Leaning on the banks of the Grand Canal in Venice, the Ca’Sagredo offers guests a luxury hotel within a 15th century private palazzo. The hotel has been declared a national monument and still preserves the style and beauty of an ancient noble residence. Venetian paintings from the 17th and 18th century adorn the walls and many of the rooms emanate the charm of the original palazzo. One of the most historic areas of the Ca’Sagredo is the Music Room which extends two floors high. It is decorated with a series of illusionistic architectural frescoes painted by Belluno artist Gaspare Diziani. The beautiful central staircase of the palazzo leads up from the lobby and opens guests up to a huge painting by Pietro Longhi, “The Fall of the Giants”. The hotel is perfectly located for guests to enjoy the stunning views of the Grand Canal, Ca’ D’Oro and the Rialto market and to explore the wonders of Venice.
L’Alcova Restaurant with Terrace on the Grand Canal
L’Alcova Restaurant at Ca’Sagredo offers guests superb traditional Venetian cuisine creatively prepared by chef, Remo Marchiori. The restaurant’s terrace is a romantic spot to enjoy splendid views of the Grand Canal. The state rooms on the ‘noble floor’ offer exceptional spaces for meetings, cocktails, conferences, private celebrations and gala dinners. These stunning rooms portray the true magnificence and style of a 15th century Venetian palace.
Campo Santa Sofia, 4198/99,
30121 Venezia VE, Italy
42 bedrooms and suites:
9 Junior Suites
22 Double rooms
5 spaces for weddings and events
Sala della Musica
Sala del Doge
Sala del Tiepolo
L’Alcova with terrace on the Grand Canal