The Ca’ Sagredo Hotel rubs shoulders with equally ravishing palazzos like the Ca’ d’Oro, exhibiting what was once Baron Franchetti’s private art collection, and also lies temptingly close to both the Rialto Bridge and fish market on the other side of the canal. Ca’ Sagredo is like a museum in itself, with exquisite frescoes by Giambattista Tiepolo and Niccolo Bambini that you can’t help but gaze at in awe. The 18th century staircase is watched over by two cherub statues, while Murano glass chandeliers twinkle above the grand ballroom, and beautiful antiques are the cherry to top it all off. There’s a little rooftop terrace where you can sit back with an aperitif in the warmer months, or choose to dine in the delightful L’Alcovo restaurant, where views of the Grand Canal will no doubt force you to linger.
Outdoor, rooftop terrace
GymLibraryWi-fiChild care and babysitting serviceLaundry and dry-cleaning
Dining With an option of either the intimate restaurant room or al fresco dining, overlooking the Grande Canal, L’Alcova Restaurant is quite simply enchanting no matter which you choose
The gourmet cuisine served here has a sharp focus on fresh, locally sourced produce, respecting ‘the classics’ and the importance of perfect wine pairing for each and every dishTradition abounds amidst a mix of fine dining and casual a la carte options
With beguiling views across the tiled Venice rooftops, this terrace bar has one of the most privileged spots in town
Enjoy a cocktail or Italian wine, surrounded by blossoming flowers and unforgettable Venice vistas