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Discover the floating city of Venice at three distinct Inspirato accommodations. Aman Venice is an opulent boutique hotel overlooking the Grand Canal where you’ll find museum-quality treasures at every turn. Step back in time to Old World Venice at the Baglioni Hotel Luna right in the heart of Venice near to Mark’s square.
The main building of Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice dates back to the 14th century and has been described as one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.
The floating city of Venice was a force to be reckoned with during the Renaissance. Its prime maritime location off the Adriatic Sea has summoned travelers to its mystical shores for centuries. Antonio Vivaldi was born here and the city's influence on modern operatic music is unrivaled. Find yourself here to travel back in time to the artistic nonchalance and enchantment of sprezzatura. Condé Nast Johansens voted Ca'Sagredo Hotel "One of the Best Italian Hotels." The palace dates back to the 15th century and has been declared a National Monument. Its frescoed ballrooms and waterside terraces along the Grand Canal will imprint in your memory forever.
Along the Grand Canal, gondoliers offer private gondola rides through the city's historic canals during the day and by moonlight. Some of the best photo ops are from the seat of a gondola.
Book an exclusive tour of the traditional Rialto Market with the hotel's chef, Josef Klostermaier. He will lead you to the historical marketplace for a lesson on how real Venetians purchase their groceries.
This Roman Catholic cathedral at the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco is a spot you simply cannot miss during your stay in Venice. Gold mosaics and an intricate façade tell the story of San Marco.
An immaculate work of Gothic architecture, the Doge's Palace has had many lives; as a Byzantine outpost, a castle for royalty, prison and courthouse. Today the building is open as a museum showcasing Venetian history.
Walking along the city's main water corridor ensures you will see some of the city's greatest establishments, including the Papadopoli Gardens, Gritti Palace, the Ferry Museum, Palace Barbarigo and the Church of the Scalzi, to name just a few.
"The Phoenix" is an opera house in Venice and world-famous for its spot in Italy's theatrical history. The opera house was constructed in 1792 and tickets are still available today to hear a bone-chilling aria in the hall's storied auditorium.
Ca'Sagredo Hotel is well-decorated with awards. Most recently, the hotel received Travel + Leisure's 500 World's Best Hotels 2015, Condé Nast's finalist for Best Urban Hotel 2015 and Condé Nast Traveler's Gold List 2014 as one of the best Italian hotels.
If you fly into Marco Polo Airport (VCE), utilize the hotel's transfer service for an additional charge. A hotel representative will greet you as you exit the plane, escort you through the airport and accompany you to the hotel via limousine and private boat.
If you're a non-EU resident, you can receive the 20% tax from purchased goods that exceed 155 euros. Save the receipt and ask for value-added tax form refund. You can submit it at the airport on your way home or mail it from home.
Maximize your money and create some distance from Piazza San Marco, where items are typically overpriced and targeted toward unknowing tourists. You'll find beautiful jewelry, glasswork and custom Venetian masks everywhere, not just near the square.
Venice has a truly moderate climate, making it good to visit any time of the year. Temperatures are rarely extreme and seasons are distinct: Summers are warm and humid, while winters are cooler and see the most rain. The city's northern location makes snow a possibility, but its perch on the coast usually keeps snow at bay.