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Ca' Sagredo is a majestic palazzo on Venice's Grand Canal dating back to the 15th century. Now a luxury hotel, guests can wander these magnificent rooms where antique furniture, extravagant ornaments and famous Venetian paintings will dazzle on all sides. Among the artists hanging in Ca' Sagredo are Pietro Longhi, Niccolo Bambini and Sebastiano Ricci and the palazzo itself has been declared a National Monument.
It might be hard to tear yourself away from the opulent interiors, but when you do you’ll find yourself right in the heart of Venice, just a short walk from the Rialto Bridge. Ca’ Sagredo also boasts a fantastic restaurant serving dishes inspired by traditional Venetian cuisine. This spectacular palazzo is great for romantic couples, art lovers and refined travellers who want an unforgettable experience of La Serenissima.
Ca' Sagredo offers a mouthwatering menu of local Venetian cuisine in the L'Alcova Restaurant. Dine al fresco on the terrace with panoramic views of the city or take a romantic candlelit meal in the evening. Bar L'Incontro is open to all and is the perfect place for an aperitif, as you watch the sunset play across the lagoon with a cold Bellini in your hand.
Many of the Ca’ Sagredo’s rooms evoke the building’s grandiose past with masterpieces from Venetian greats and beds with extravagant gilt headboards. With views over the Grand Canal, the rooftops of Venice with her copious squares, or Campo Santa Sofia, guests will feel right at the heart of this beautiful city.
With this much history and artwork within the hotel itself, you should definitely reserve some time to explore the opulent halls and elegant corridors of Ca’ Sagredo. When you’ve had your fill, venture out into the maze of romantic streets, canals and bridges of Venice. The Ca’ Sagredo is right between the famous Rialto Bridge with its flamboyant portico and the Ca' D'oro, home to Guardi's panoramic views of Venice and Mantegna's St Sebastian.
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 2-minute walk from the hotel (190m).
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 Rialto (note: not Rialto Mercato) Alilaguna stop is an 8-minute walk from the hotel (650m).
Venice is pedestrianised, so if you’re driving, you will need to leave your car at Piazzale Roma
Marco Polo International Airport is a 20-minute drive from Piazzale Roma (13km)