Sina Centurion Palace

Sina Centurion Palace

Overlooking Venice’s famous Grand Canal, the 5 star Sina Centurion Palace has a marvellous Gothic façade with a contemporary, luxurious interior. With a prime location, first-class accommodation and superb facilities, it’s easy to understand why it was voted the Best Waterside Hotel in the Condé Nast Johansens 2018 awards.

Relax in luxury

The hotel has 50 luxury rooms and suites that enjoy magnificent views. The furnishings have been created especially for the hotel and feature bold colour palettes, coffered ceilings, wooden stairs and ornate fireplaces. The rooms also include a variety of modern amenities, such as TVs, air conditioning, mini bars, Wi-Fi and hair dryers. For the ultimate in luxury living, opt for the Presidential Suite, which overlooks the Grand Canal and has its own balcony. Original, neo-Gothic floor-to-ceiling windows, together with a lavish gold leaf bathroom, make this an incredible place to stay.

Elegant dining

Antinoo’s Lounge and Restaurant overlooks the Grand Canal and is an elegant and relaxed setting that serves Mediterranean inspired dishes throughout the day. Diners can choose to eat indoors or on the terrace. The Antinoo bar is set inside a large picture frame where the bartender mixes exotic cocktails, with a long, sumptuous sofa for guests to relax on.

Experience Venice

The hotel is ideally situated to explore Venice. Nearby is the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute, Punta della Dogana and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, so there’s plenty to see and do. The iconic St. Mark’s Square is only a short stroll from the hotel too. Explore Venice by boat, on foot, or hire a helicopter for a birds’ eye view of the city. Speak to the hotel’s friendly and professional staff for advice and help booking excursions and activities in and around the city. For a luxurious stay in one of Venice’s most sought-after hotels, look no further than Sina Centurion Palace.

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 / 50 Rooms & 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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