An eclectic boutique hotel. A stone's throw from Piazza San Marco. To relive the era of the city of merchants, among the fabrics of Mariano Fortuny and the wisdom of the master craftsmen
The Novecento boutique hotel is hidden in a quiet street of the San Marco district. Just a 10-minute walk from Piazza San Marco and the Accademia Bridge. In the beating heart of Venice, but off the beaten track.
Influenced by the style of the early 1900s, the design is inspired by Mariano Fortuny. The pomp of ancient Venice and the exoticism of the Far East. The classic style and new design techniques. To ensure an authentic and contemporary experience.
Ethnic furnishings and precious fabrics bring your mind back to what was once the city of merchants. Thai-inspired beds, Moroccan rugs and carved furniture, original marble floors and Venetian marble walls. Along with silk fabrics, cotton drapes and curtains made by local artisans.
The design of the nine rooms was given to Italian artists and designers. The room number 2 is designed by the stylist Silvia Bisconti of Raptus&Roses and room number 7 is decorated with the Wall&decò 's wallpaper hand painted by Raffaella Audiffredi.
Fresh fruit, homemade cakes and typical Italian coffee products: the breakfast is served in the living room or in the small internal courtyard full of plants.
Not to be missed
Inside Venice, an online guide edited by authentic Venetians. Where to read advice and alternative itineraries to discover the most secret Venice. Around the boutique hotel Novecento:
For an aperitif and Venetian cicchetti, the Bar All'Arco, famous bacaro in Rialto, and the Cantine del Vinogià Schiavi.
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