Overlooking the Grand Canal in the heart of Venice, the Gritti Palace boasts one of the most spectacular views of the city's lagoon, from the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection museum, including attractions such as Punta della Dogana and the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute. Dating back to 1475, this aristocratic palace and luxury hotel is a place of exceptional art and elegance that has managed to preserve the familiar and intimate atmosphere of a private residence. A true historical treasure, where traditions and culture blend with a renewed Venetian style, the Gritti Palace is a refined version of itself, offering attentive service, a delicious gastronomic experience and new spaces for relaxation and leisure. From the artistic design of its exclusive suites and legendary terraces to the Epicurean Cooking School, from the Riva Yacht Experience to the Riva Lounge, and the Gritti spa of the Sisley brand in Paris, the Gritti Palace welcomes multiple generations of elite global influencers, who gather in its interiors to explore, taste and celebrate.
The majestic The Gritti Palace is a hotel where history and culture meet in a renewed Venetian tradition. A place of exceptional art and elegance, the renovated The Gritti Palace retains its reassuringly intimate and homely atmosphere. The Gritti is renowned for its warm service, a delicious culinary experience and for being an intimate wellness haven. It is a reference point for exclusive events of international scope, such as the Biennale of Contemporary Art, the Carnival and the Venice Film Festival. After a meticulous restoration, the original wooden ceilings, the original floor of the hall, the mirrors of the consoles, the 18th century wall lamps handmade in Murano and much more have been brought back to life. The epitome of luxury, the Gritti Signature Suite Collection highlights the hotel's rich historical past.