The Hotel dei Dragomanniis housed in a recently renovated ancient Venetian home that has kept the seductive atmosphere of days gone by in tact and stands out for its elegant furnishings, rich in charm.
Our hotel is one of Venice’s 4-star hotels that boasts architectural uniqueness with one of the last examples of double helix staircase in Da Vinci style that let you leave you room at the ‘Dragomanni Parlor’ without having to cross the lobby, making you feel like you have the hotel all to yourself.
Our rooms are exquisitely furnished and include Murano glass, brilliant solutions that enhance the natural charm of the building’s attractive, cozy and extremely quite common rooms.
Our helpful and friendly reception will be happy to help you during your stay in Venice, suggesting the best itineraries, “must do” excursions and romantic restaurants with candle-lit dinners. If you come to Venice by car, upon request, the Hotel dei Dragomanni will reserve you a parking space in one of the car terminal garages in Piazzale Roma or at Tronchetto.
ROOMS & SUITES
The rooms at the 4-star Hotel dei Dragomanni in Venice come with all the best comforts, are intelligently and elegantly furnished to keep the original aspects of the exclusive rooms in tact.
Only some rooms have a view of the Grand Canal, a privilege that the Hotel dei Dragomanni offers its guests along with the possibility of communicating rooms to create ideal solutions for family vacations.
In the heart of Venice, convenient to St. Mark’s Square and the splendid Ducal Palace, the 4-star Hotel dei Dragomanni is the ideal place to begin discovering the charm of this timeless city.
You’re just a stone’s throw away from La Fenice theater – one of the temples of international music, and the antique market in Campo San Maurizio; nearby, the prestigious Palazzo Grassi expo center and Santa Maria del Giglio church boasting some of Tintoretto’s impressive frescoes.
If you cross the famous Accademia bridge, you’ll find yourself in the famous Gallerie that houses numerous Venetian artworks from the fourteenth to eighteenth centuries; further on, heading towards the Chiesa della Salute, Palazzo Venier houses the impressive ‘Peggy Guggenheim’ modern art collection.
Venice hotel In Calle XXII Marzo, the international fashion label boutiques provide luxury shopping opportunities just before entering the parlor in St. Mark’s Square with its famous cafes and the basilica’s radiant facade, leading you down the Mercerie to the Rialto bridge for a ‘spritz’, the traditional Venetian cocktail.
Venice is also: the Biennale d’Arte, the International Film Festival in Lido di Venezia, the elegant glass from Murano, Burano lace, a romantic stroll on the Zattere shore and the quiet charm of the Cannaregio district.
PIAZZA SAN MARCO (8 minutes)
Is the principal public square of Venice where it is generally known just as la Piazza ("the Square"). All other urban spaces in the city are called campi.
The Basilica of San Marco overlooks one of the most beautiful squares in the world. Next to both the Basilica and the Doge’s Palace, all the most important religious and civil ceremonies have always been held there.
This great square overlooking the water is a mixture of spaces, volumes and styles: the Procurator’s residence, the bell tower, the Doge’s Palace and the Sansoviniana Bookshop. A remark usually attributed to Napoleon calls the Piazza San Marco the drawing room of Europe
RIALTO BRIDGE (10 minutes)
The Rialto Bridge is one of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. It is the oldest bridge across the canal, and was the dividing line for the districts of San Marco and San Polo.
In this area, which originally housed the food market, there has always been a canal crossing, at first, a simple bridge of boats, and later a real wooden bridge, made from two inclined ramps with a mobile section in the middle, in order to allow the passage of ships.
The current Rialto Bridge, a stone arch, was constructed between 1588 and 1591. The structure, very similar in style to the previous wooden bridge, is formed by two inclined ramps, with shops on each side, covered by a portico.
GRAND CANAL (0 minute/in front of the hotel)
The Canal Grande snakes through the city of Venice in a large S shape, traveling from the Saint Mark Basin on one end to a lagoon near the Santa Lucia rail station on the other. The canal is an ancient waterway, lined with buildings – about 170 in all – that were mostly built from the thirteenth to the eighteenth centuries.
Most were constructed by wealthy Venetian families. The majority of the city’s traffic cruises up and down the canal, be it private boats, vaporetti (water buses), water taxis or the famous gondolas.
GALLERIE DELL’ACCADEMIA (5 minutes)
The Gallerie dell’Accademia is a museum gallery of pre-19th-century art in Venice, northern Italy. It is housed in the Scuola della Carità on the south bank of the Grand Canal, within the sestiere of Dorsoduro.
It was originally the gallery of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, the art academy of Venice, from which it became independent in 1879, and for which the Ponte dell’Accademia and the Accademia boat landing station for the vaporetto water bus are named.
The Gallerie dell’Accademia contains masterpieces of Venetian painting up to the 18th century, generally arranged chronologically though some thematic displays are evident.
CHIESA DELLA SALUTE (10 minutes)
Santa Maria della Salute , commonly known simply as the Salute, is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica located at Punta della Dogana in the Dorsoduro sestiere of the city of Venice, Italy.In 1630, Venice experienced an unusually devastating outbreak of the plague.
As a votive offering for the city’s deliverance from the pestilence, the Republic of Venice vowed to build and dedicate a church to Our Lady of Health.The dome of the Salute was an important addition to the Venice skyline and soon became emblematic of the city, inspiring artists like Canaletto, J. M. W. Turner, John Singer Sargent, and Francesco Guardi.
TEATRO LA FENICE ( 3 minutes)
Teatro La Fenice is an opera house. It is one of "the most famous and renowned landmarks in the history of Italian theatre" and in the history of opera as a whole.
Especially in the 19th century, La Fenice became the site of many famous operatic premieres at which the works of several of the four major bel canto era composers—Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and Verdi were performed.
Its name reflects its role in permitting an opera company to despite losing the use of three theatres to fire, the first in 1774 after the city’s leading house was destroyed and rebuilt but not opened until 1792; the second fire came in 1836, but rebuilding was completed within a year.
However, the third fire was the result of arson. It destroyed the house in 1996 leaving only the exterior walls, but it was rebuilt and re-opened in November 2004.
SANTA MARIA GLORIOSA DEI FRARI (15 minutes)
One of the greatest churches in the city, it has the status of a minor basilica. It stands on the Campo dei Frari at the heart of the San Polo district. The church is dedicated to the Assumption.Titian, the most important member of the 16th-century Venetian school of painting, is interred in the Frari.
PEGGY GUGGENHEIM COLLECTION ( 15 minutes )
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is a modern art museum on the Grand Canal in the Dorsoduro sestiere of Venice, Italy. It is one of the most visited attractions in Venice. The collection is housed in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, an 18th-century palace, which was the home of the American heiress Peggy Guggenheim for three decades.
She began displaying her private collection of modern artworks to the public seasonally in 1951. After her death in 1979, it passed to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, which eventually opened the collection year-round.