Ca'sagredo

Ca'sagredo

Dating back to the 15th century, Ca'sagredo boasts the status of a National Monument. With a central location in the heart of Venice, overlooking the Grand Canal, this opulent hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the city.

Sleep in luxurious comfort

Guests can choose from a selection of luxurious rooms and suites. Rooms feature elegant artwork and silk fabrics, while suites offer private balconies, spacious living spaces and king-size beds. Some suites are furnished with antique furniture, Murano glass and impressive historic features, such as 18th century library bookshelves. For the ultimate in indulgence, opt for the Grand Suite, which has floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views across the Grand Canal.

Fine-dining and drinking with stunning views

At the L’Alcova restaurant, diners can enjoy panoramic views of the canal and choose from a variety of traditional Venetian cuisine accompanied by fine Italian wines. For after-dinner drinks, head to Bar L’Incontro or the Rooftop Terrace. Don’t miss the chance to try the fruit cocktails, which are made using fresh produce from the nearby Rialto Market.

Explore Venice’s treasures

Ca’sagredo enjoys a central location in Venice, and the helpful hotel staff will be more than happy to arrange a number of unique experiences and exciting activities for you. Learn to tango at the hotel with a dance professional, or join a running or walking tour from St. Mark’s Square to the Basilica and the Rialto Bridge. Alternatively, why not hire a boat or travel on a romantic gondola and see the sights from the canal? If you want to explore further afield, a water taxi can take you to St. Erasmo Island to discover the Olmo winery and the gardens where fresh produce is picked for the hotel’s menus. To experience all this and more, don’t delay in booking your stay at the wonderful Ca’sagredo.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
Private transfers are 30 minutes by car and water taxi from Venice Airport / 22 Rooms & 20 Suites / 1 Restaurant & Bar/ Children Welcome
When to travel
November through to January is quieter though the chilly Adriatic winter means you’ll need to wrap up warm, and February is carnival season. March to June is a nice temperature (but can be busier than usual thanks to the Biennale), whereas July to August are the hottest months. September to October is a little cooler and a little quieter, ideal.
How to get there
British Airways fly to Venice daily from London with low cost airlines offering alternative timings and direct departures including from Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

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