September 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Palace Bonvecchiati in Venice, Italy
Imagine a place of timeless beauty and historic wonder, tiny islands adrift in the sea gifted with an aura and the beating heart of a much larger metropolis, and you will picture the grandeur of Venice, Italy. Nestled in the very center of this stunning floating city, the Palace Bonvecchiati stands as a contemporary marvel amidst the hallowed streets. Individually styled rooms are invitingly elegant, each dominated by a central tone of rich red, deep blue, or regal gold, setting a wonderful mood as you set foot inside. Plush carpets or gleaming wood floors lead past deliciously inviting beds to large picture windows that look out over the city. With crisp lines and a cozy, warm ambiance, there is an air of modern sophistication blended flawlessly with classic Italian grandeur and pride. Complete with all the amenities of contemporary luxury, as well as amazing service, Palace Bonvecchiati embodies the very nature of Venice, welcoming you to experience the true beauty of the city.
On your first morning wake to the ancient calls of the gondoliers as they glide down tiny canals, and sit down to a steaming cup of coffee and a delightful buffet in the Breakfast Room. Sated and excited, venture out for a full day of exploring the heart of Venice. Visit St. Mark's Square and take a guided tour of the legendary basilica, gazing over stunning works of Byzantine, Roman, and Gothic art. Continue your sightseeing with a trip to the Palazzo Ducale, the original home of the Dukes of Venice, then stroll through the halls of the Gallerie dell'Accademia and take in the fabulous 14th to 18th century works of Italian masters. In the afternoon enjoy a magical gondola ride down the Grand Canal, and stop in at the open-air Rialto Market. For a truly fascinating experience, take a short boat ride to nearby Murano and learn about the legendary glass blowers, watching an amazing demonstration before touring the breathtaking showroom. In the evening return to the hotel for a relaxing visit to the spa, then enjoy a traditional Venetian dinner at La Terraza, watching evening settle gently over the canals as the city lights create a romantic ambiance that is absolutely unforgettable.
Location of Palace Bonvecchiati
Nearest Airport: VCE
Amenities for Palace Bonvecchiati
- General Information
- 60 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Wellness Center
- 24-Hour Concierge
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Radio & CD Players
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Meeting Room
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Palace Bonvecchiati
We stayed here on our family trip to Venice. The location is perfect for St Mark's Square (3 minute walk) and the Rialto Bridge (5 minute walk). The hotel is easy to find. We were warmly greeted at reception by Ugo and we had two very nice rooms with efficient air con - welcome in 30' temperatures! The staff were helpful and courteous. Our room was spacious, comfortable and clean. Breakfast was a buffet in a lovely terrace restaurant and there was plenty of food to choose from. We had a lovely stay here and would certainly return.
JaneMorrison - Bristol, United Kingdom
We spent two nights in Venice at the Palace and enjoyed the spacious room and bath as well as the friendly staff. Breakfast was included and more notable for the scenery and dĂ©cor than the food -- if you can make do with a roll and yogurt you'll be fine. If you like more substantial fare, you may be disappointed. Agree with the comments on the hairdryer as well: think whole house vacuum in reverse. Still, we had a pleasant stay and would return.
mdb22 - Philly Suburbs
Booked via Jet 2 City breaks after finding its the same hotel as recommended by Hayes and Jarvis. After a rather long time trying to get to the actual hotel after the incorrect directions we were very pleasantly surprised to find the hotel was everything and more of what was described in the brochures. Very helpful reception staff. They even helped two ladies who arrived along with us who had also been given duff directions and were at the wrong hotel were taken to the correct one by one of their staff . We were shown to our junior suite and it was great. A large room with balcony along with sun beds and chairs. Very clean and the chamber maids were also excellent even though we didn't require clean towels every day they were provided. The bed was turned down in the evening and towels once again replaced. The restaurant staff were attentive and the food was good you could not fault the service provided. All in all we would recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Venice. Aldo very good air conditioning which was fabulous as Venice is seeing and feeling the hottest weather for 50 Years according to the locals.
WendyPortwood - Manchester, United Kingdom
Great location, comfy room with the biggest wardrobe I've seen but I would rather half the size of the wardrobe and have tea and coffee making facilities. Not to be able to put the kettle on when I woke up killed me!! Also ladies with long hair may need to consider a hairdryer, the one in the room was one of those soft useless blowy things that took for hours so I gave up and went outside with my hair wet - ok in summer, not so sure about the cooler months. Cleaning staff were friendly but there was a bit of a mixture at reception, one surly and not terribly helpful, another friendly and very helpful!
sunnystraddie - Brisbane
In that the rooms are clean and tidy, are are the public areas, this has the makings of a being a nice hotel; and that is what gets in three "pips". In all other respects, the hotel fails in its primary aim ie to be a hotel. The Palace Bonvecchiati has no restaurant, meals including breakfast are taken next door at the Bonvecchiati Hotel, to which it is joined by stairs and corridors. There is virtually no lounge seating, there is nowhere to get a tea of a coffee other than in your room; the bar don't have a coffee machine (no coffee machine in Italy, I ask you)! It doesn't matter that the bar doesn't have a coffee machine, it never seemed to be open, and had it been, it was tiny. Not one of the main hotel booking web sites made this sharing of facilities obvious and shame on them for not doing so. We wouldn't stay here gain, there are nicer hotels in the immediate area where you don't have to go next door to eat.