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    The 15 guest rooms are opulently decorated with antique furniture ranging from Murano glass lamps to 18th-century Venetian mirrors, and some rooms have original 16th-century frescos dating from the time of the Palazzo’s construction. It’s worth noting that, due to the historical nature of the building, none of the rooms are exactly alike.

    Although the canal that the hotel overlooks is small, it can get noisy at times so we recommend requesting a garden-facing room if you are a very light sleeper.


    Need help? Speak to our Reservations Team on +44 203 397 0085 or email us
    Opening hours from 09.00- 17.30 Monday - Friday (UK time)
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    Tucked down a quiet side-street in the Cannaregio district, Palazzo Abadessa is one of Venice’s best kept secrets. The building dates back to the late 16th-century, and stepping through its doors into the marble-floored atrium is like stepping back in time, as you are surrounded by frescoed ceilings, antique furniture and paintings from the Tintoretto school.

    Dining

    A sweet and savoury breakfast is served in the breakfast rooms, or in the garden in the hotter months. Although there is no restaurant on site, the staff will be more than happy to recommend their favourite eateries close by.

    Accommodation

    The 15 guest rooms are opulently decorated with antique furniture ranging from Murano glass lamps to 18th-century Venetian mirrors, and some rooms have original 16th-century frescos dating from the time of the Palazzo’s construction. It’s worth noting that, due to the historical nature of the building, none of the rooms are exactly alike.

    Although the canal that the hotel overlooks is small, it can get noisy at times so we recommend requesting a garden-facing room if you are a very light sleeper.


    Activities

    Palazzo Abadessa is located in the Cannaregio district, which is slightly quieter than the main tourist areas of Venice, so it is a fair walk to some of the more famous sights. There’s plenty to do on your doorstep, however. The historic Jewish Ghetto is only a 12-minute walk from the hotel, and the dazzling Ca’ d’Oro, one of the finest palazzi in the city, is just around the corner.

    The private garden of Palazzo Abadessa is the perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring the canals, and is almost as beautiful as the interior of the hotel, with plenty of leafy shade, fragrant flowers, and marble benches.


    Wifi information

    Free Wi-fi is available.

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    Address

    Calle Priuli, Cannaregio 4011, 30121 Venice, Italy

    How to get there?

    The public vaporetto (water-bus) service runs from the train station and Piazzale Roma to a number of stops in the city. The Ca’ d’Oro vaporetto stop is a 3-minute walk from the hotel (210m).

    The Alilaguna water-bus service offers services directly from the airport to a number of stops in the city, and takes approximately 1 hour 15-minutes. The Fondamente Nove Alilaguna stop is a 9-minute walk from the hotel (750m).

    Venice is pedestrianised so, if you’re driving, you will need to leave your car at Piazzale Roma


    Nearest airport

    Marco Polo International Airport is a 20-minute drive from Piazzale Roma (13km)

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