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Boutique hotels in Veneto (19)

From the foothills of the Alps to the lagoon of Venice, Veneto is a land of contrasting landscapes, cool mists and romance. Verona is home to William Shakespeare’s classic tale of romance and has something for lovers of any age. Venice is eternal, serene and mysterious. Between there, there are rolling hills, full of vineyards - the home of prosecco!

Where to go
Take a gondola or an aqua-taxi through the canals of Venice. Visit St Mark’s Square, the Doge’s Palace and all of the other ancient basilicas throughout the city. Shop for the latest fashions from designers in Venice, Verona and Padua. Visit the home of lovesick Juliet in Verona. Go on a winery tour of some of the best prosecco vineyards around. Go skiing in one of the many skiing resorts such as Cortina d’Ampezzo. Watch a sunset over the Venetian lagoon. 

Food & Drink
Unlike most of Italy, pasta isn’t the staple. Instead, that position is filled by rice or polenta, a legacy of the region’s premier trading status in the past. Otherwise, think fish, creamy risottos and buttery meat dishes. In Venice, try Ristorante Riviera (Fondamenta Zattere Al Ponte Lungo 1473) overlooking the canal towards Giudecca. In Verona, just steps away from Juliet’s House, Il Desco (Via Dietro S. Sebastiano) serves classic Venetian dishes in contemporary, stylish surrounds. 

Veneto region, with two of Italy’s most famous cities, also features iconic nightlife. In Venice, you simply must go to Harry’s Bar (Calle Vallaresso 1323), home of the Bellini - comprising prosecco, martini and peach syrup. In Verona, try Terrazza Al Ponte (Via Ponte Piatra), which, as the name suggests, has stunning views out across the River Adige. 

Where to stay
Hotel Veronesi la Torre and Byblos Art Hotel Villa Amista, both near Verona, have wildly different things to offer. Villa Amista is a riotous art hotel set in an 18th-century villa and showcasing the work of today’s hottest artists. Hotel Veronesi la Torre, on the other hand, is a sleek, stylish and modern boutique hotel built in the structure of an ancient monastery. Over in Venice, Bloom B&B is perhaps one of our ultimate romantic retreats, whereas Ca Maria Adele is delightful, small boutique hotel with its own canal landing - perfect for aqua taxis. 

How to get there
Venice, Verona, and Padua each have airports. Easyjet and British Airlines fly to each daily, with a connection. 


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verona, italy

Just 10 minutes from the centre of Verona, Hotel Veronesi La Torre couldn't be in a better spot if you want to soak up the culture but stay within minutes of the airport.


levada di piombino dese (pd), italy

Surrounded by 18 acres of private parkland Ca'Marcello is one of Veneto's few aristocratic Palladian villas still lived in by the family that built it. Situated between Venice, Padua and Treviso, Ca'Marcello has opened up La Barchessa Apartment in the left arcaded wing of the villa for those looking to experience the privilege of this refined splendour.


verona, italy

Byblos Art hotel Villa Amista is a design boutique hotel near Verona, Italy. Well known designer Alessandro Mendini has filled the villa with contemporary pieces of furniture and works of art by world famous artists resulting in a living museum of art and design.


venice, italy

Liassidi Palace Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel in Venice that is located just a few steps from St Marks Square in the Castello area of the city. The 26 oversized rooms and suites are set within a restored and rather magnificent gothic palazzo.


verona, italy

The Gentleman of Verona is one of the best luxury hotels in Verona and probably the best boutique hotel of its kind in the city. Luxurious, welcoming, opulent and utterly stunning there are few nicer hotels to stay in.



La Montecchia is a luxurious B&B for two in a medieval castle near Padua


venice, italy

An unexpected delight, this small luxury hotel sits quietly back from the canal and offers guests a wonderful experience with an eclectic mix of rooms to choose from. Ca Maria Adele is one of the most exclusive hotels in Venice.


venice, italy

Bloom B&B and Settimo Cielo are a pair of chic boutique B&Bs, each with just 3 rooms, in the heart of Venice. Opulent, decadent and yet affordable they share a stunning roof terrace which looks across Venice.


verona, italy

Cinque Rooms is Italy's first street boutique hotel. Situated in the heart of Verona these 5 elegant rooms meet the need of the most demanding traveller.


verona, italy

Romance, food, wine and history call all be enjoyed in luxury and comfort in Shakespeare's fair Verona.  The best place to stay to enjoy all of these under one roof is the stunning new luxury hotel Palazzo Victoria, part of the Salviatino Collection.


venice, italy

Once a palace for the Roman aristocracy 17th-century boutique hotel Hotel Arcadia in Venice, is filled with Murano chandeliers, antique furniture and period & modern touches resulting in a calming blend of east meets west.


verona, italy

The magic of the 6 room Corte Guastalla is everywhere, in the natural park, where you can walk alongside a gentle breeze, and inside where the contemporary design sits happily alongside antiques, terracotta floors and exposed beams.



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