The St. Regis Venice has opened, located steps away from Piazza San Marco and boasting the largest waterfrontage in the city.
The opening follows a two-year, full-scale renovation, restoring the grandeur of the former Grand Hotel Britannia, which opened in 1895 – the same year as the inaugural Venice Biennale.
The hotel offers 169 guestrooms and suites, many of which boast private terraces or Juliet balconies for sweeping views of iconic landmarks.
Situated across the Grand Canal from Punta della Dogana, the hotel marries its celebrated heritage with the St. Regis brand’s modern design and bespoke service throughout a unique collection of five Venetian palaces, with the oldest dating back to the 17th century.
The hotel’s spacious secluded garden sets the hotel apart, making it a lifestyle destination where guests and locals alike can enjoy remarkable views of the Grand Canal.
The St. Regis Venice marks the brand’s third location in Italy, joining the St. Regis Florence and the St. Regis Rome.
“Venice is one of the world’s most inimitable cities; one which has inspired royalty, artists, merchants and jet setters alike for more than fifteen centuries,” said Jenni Benzaquen, vice president of luxury brands, Europe, Marriott…