\ A cultural and historic landmark set on Venice’s Grand Canal. – Cesare Attolini

A cultural and historic landmark set on Venice’s Grand Canal.

A meticulously renovated 15th-century palace, with its lavish pink façade, sits proudly between Ca’ d’Oro and the Rialto Bridge on the spectacular Grand Canal.

Ca’ Sagredo Hotel in Venice is a real gem, half hotel, half museum with important works of art by 17th and 18th-century artists Sebastiano Ricci, Giambattista Tiepolo, Niccolò Bambini and Pietro Longhi. This place is truly mesmerising. Ascend the stately marble staircase by Tirali, with an impressive fresco by Longhi, and experience the air of romance and mystery that is uniquely Venice.

With several of the rooms and suites providing a canal view, stay in one of Ca’Sagredo Hotel’s historical grand suites to appreciate 18th-century stuccoed ceilings, bas reliefs and elaborately painted wall friezes.

Take time out to discover the extraordinary artworks throughout Ca’ Sagredo. At breakfast in the Sala di Tiepolo, you cannot help but admire the ceiling painting, “Tribute to Venice” before venturing out to discover more of the city’s treasures.

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