While Ca’di Dio dates back to 1272, you will find a contemporary hotel sitting in a privileged position along the iconic waterfront in Venice.
Private docking allows for a seamless arrival to this exquisitely restored hotel which enjoys uninterrupted views across the Venetian lagoon to the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore.
Murano-glass chandeliers, polished marble and preserved frescoes welcome you to this 66-bedroom property. You can dine under the shade of magnolia trees within three internal courtyards and enjoy views over the lagoon.
Located in the peaceful art district of Arsenale, it’s an easy stroll to the sights such as St Mark’s Square, Doge’s Palace, and Bridge of Sighs. It is also the perfect spot for the Biennale – one of the most prestigious art exhibitions in the world.
You will find ample space in all 57 luxury suites which is hard to find in Venice. The polished stone floors are offset by exposed beams and modern marble bathrooms providing a fusion of old and new.
You can choose from two world-class restaurants. Head to Vero for a menu of sophisticated cuisine that draws inspiration from local produce including meat from Montello and Alpago and Veneto cheeses from Sant’Erasmo. Dine in style while watching the vaporetto's and myriad of boats navigating the lagoon.
Essentia Restaurant is an oasis of calm tucked in a shady courtyard where you can enjoy breakfast packed with the chef’s pastry specialties. Alchemia Bar is a glistening cocktail bar – the perfect spot for a prosecco sundowner or aperitif prepared by the expert mixologist.
After a day of exploring the hidden gems of Venice with your private guide you can relax in the Pura spa and wellness centre.