Hotel San Cassiano
Hotel San Cassiano is set in the heart of Venice, on the edge of the Canal Grande, with this 14th-century palace representing the epitome of medieval splendour.
A stay at the Hotel San Cassiano is to dip into the regal grandeur that was 14th century Venice. The property’s entrance – once home to painter Giacomo Favretto and other nobles over the centuries - can be reached either with a leisurely walk through the lanes of this extraordinary city or by boat, adding a little fun your arrival. Once inside, nods toward those ‘times of old’ come in the form of traditional marble floors, ancient-looking tapestries and carved wooden furniture, all touches which create an authentic charm during any stay.
Guestrooms fuse a handful of modern creature comforts, such as small flat-screen televisions and Wi-fi, with truly old-world décor in their carved headboards, candle holders and polished wooden side tables. This theme continues throughout all room categories which mainly differ only in their size, though while some open onto a secluded courtyard, others enjoy a furnished patio and canal-front views which – if budget permits – are not to be missed.
Amenities in room categories may differ.