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Step inside the Ca’ Sagredo and you are instantly transported back to an era of grand masquerade balls in gilt decorated rooms. This former 15th-century palace is one of the oldest buildings in Venice and now a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World. It retains many examples of its splendid past such as high ceilings, sweeping frescoes, exquisite stucco work, huge tapestries and an impressive marble staircase. Many of the beautifully decorated and spacious 42 rooms and suites provide Grand Canal views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel is perfectly situated in a quiet location on the Grand Canal waterfront, opposite the historical Rialto fish and fruit market. Its splendid location can be enjoyed from the restaurant’s Grand Canal terrace or exclusive rooftop bar. Cox & Kings highly recommends this hotel to art and history enthusiasts, lovers of luxury and romantics alike.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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Decorated in classic Venetian style with period furnishings and fine fabrics.
Offering further space with a large sitting area with sofa and a spacious marble bathroom.
Upgrade to the Grand Canal Double for romantic views of the passing gondolas. Luxurious period furnishings combine beautifully with touches of elegant contemporary decor.
Very spacious with a living room area and beautifully decorated with antique furniture, gilt mirrors and fine fabrics.
Spacious rooms coupled with spectacular views of the Grand Canal through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Located on the piano nobile, or the main floor, the design of this suite has been inspired by the original decor of the palace. Superb stuccoes by Sebastinano Ricci adorn the ceiling.
This suite is set in what were once the Count Sagredo’s private apartments, evident in the stunning stucco work and painting.
Once used by the Count for entertaining, this suite has remarkable stucco decoration.
A suite with a difference: this was once the library and the bookshelves that once the Count’s many books still line the walls, complete with beautiful gilt carvings.
Offering a superb view of the Grand Canal, right across to the Rialto market and Ca’ d’Oro.
Set in the former main reception room of the Sagredo family on the Palace Noble floor, this opulent suite has floor-to-ceiling windows across an entire wall, allowing spectacular views of the Grand Canal and Venetian skyline.
Set on the piano nobile, or the main floor, this two bedroom suite offers unique artwork, antique furnishings, gilt mirrors, Murano glass and plush fabrics, combined with the best views of the Grand Canal in this former palace.