PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • With its heritage setting on Riva degli Schiavoni, Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice dominates the Venetian lagoon with spectacular views of the Grand Canal and islands. Also overlooking the Palazzo Ducale, the hotel is just steps away from Ponte Dei Sospiri and Piazza San Marco.
  • Hotel Danieli is set across three historic palaces, just steps away from the Bridge of Sighs and the monuments of Piazza San Marco. One of the palaces dates back to the 14th-century, and all include a rich collection of precious art and antiques.
  • The three palaces which comprise the hotel are the Palazzo Dandolo in Venetian Gothic style, once home to the noble Dandolo family, the Palazzo Casa Nuova, previously the city’s treasury and Palazzo Danieli Excelsior, featuring guestrooms with balconies overlooking the lagoon on its upper floors.
  • Rooms and suites feature opulent furnishings and marble bathrooms. Select suites offer private balconies with lagoon views, ornate chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, separate dining and living areas, hammams, and antique rugs and art.
  • Essential to the Danieli experience is its Restaurant Terrazza Danieli and cuisine concept, a magical voyage for the senses which retraces the oriental influences of spice traders and blends them with ingredients from the lagoon.

EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE

We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

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With its heritage setting on Riva degli Schiavoni, Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice dominates the Venetian lagoon with spectacular views of the Grand Canal and islands. Also overlooking the Palazzo Ducale, the hotel is just steps away from Ponte Dei Sospiri and Piazza San Marco. The three palaces which comprise the hotel are the Palazzo Dandolo in Venetian Gothic style, once home to the noble Dandolo family, the Palazzo Casa Nuova, previously the city’s treasury and Palazzo Danieli Excelsior, featuring guestrooms with balconies overlooking the lagoon on its upper floors. The three palaces house a rich collection of precious art and antiques that play witness to the city’s history, blended with contemporary comforts to meet the needs of cultured global travelers.

At Restaurant Terrazza Danieli, definitive Italian influences emerge in local seafood, meat, and pasta dishes. Enjoy a Bellini on the rooftop at Bar Terrazza Danieli, or linger over afternoon tea in the ornate Gothic-style Bar Dandolo. The hotel offers a fitness center with cardio and strength equipment and in-room spa treatments including massages and facials. Take a tour through the Grand Canal, stopping along the way to explore the bustling fruit, vegetable, and fish markets of Rialto. Directly outside the hotel, water taxis await to whisk visitors on trips to the major lagoon islands—explore Lido for its beaches, Burano for its lacework, Murano for its handcrafted glass, and Torcello for its unpopulated charm. Or leave the city entirely for a tour of the splendid Venetian Villas on the Brenta Riviera.

Extending throughout three palaces, the Hotel Danieli is comprised of 204 guestrooms and suites, many facing the Venice lagoon. Guests are welcomed to elegant surroundings beautifully decorated in materials indigenous to Venice’s rich cultural heritage. Modern conveniences including plush Luxury Collection beds, Complimentary High-Speed Internet Access, and flat screen LCD televisions blend into the grand, traditional décor. Well-stocked refreshment centres offer snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, wines, and spirits for a charge. A customised line of bath amenities exclusively designed by Laura Tonatto for Hotel Danieli is featured in the bathrooms of each of the guestrooms, while Acqua di Parma bathroom amenities are featured in the suites.

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Luxury Room

The entirely non-smoking 23- to 29-square metre Luxury guest rooms in the Palazzo Danieli Excelsior enjoy a brilliantly edited design motif—distinct Gothic and Venetian elements create a setting that is both serene and undeniably theatrical. Starting with that unmistakable shade of Doge red in the drapes, the room finds a soothing counterpoint in the artichoke and forest green damask headboard behind the signature Luxury Collection king-size bed. Crisp white cotton linens dress the down duvet and pillows. Etched mirrors frame either side of the bed, their delicate scrollwork, and pattern of flowers lending a lightness to the room. Murano glass bedside lamps cast a rosy glow through red lampshades, while sleek adjustable reading lights are attached to either side of the headboard.

The high ceilings are framed by elaborately gilded molding, adding a regal touch to the inviting living area. The armchair—upholstered in the same deep red seen throughout—and the spacious writing table afford space to work and relax. Elongated windows allow natural light to stream over the parquet or carpeted flooring while offering a view of the neighboring Calle dei Albanesi and Calle de le Rasse.

Integrating a host of modernities, each room features a 32-inch flat screen LCD television with multiple satellite channels and an extensive pay-per-movie menu, High-Speed Internet Access (fee), and direct dial telephones. The refreshment centre holds an assortment of sweet and savoury snacks as well as a variety of beverages. The adjoining marble-clad bathroom caters to every whim, with a sleek shower and bathtub combination. Plush bathrobes and slippers await, Laura Tonatto toiletries (replenished daily) and additional conveniences such as a hairdryer, make-up mirror, and telephone underscore a sophisticated level of comfort.

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Premium Deluxe Room

Located on the first through fourth floors of both the Palazzo Dandolo and the Palazzo Casa Nuova, our elegant 25- to 35-square-metre Premium Deluxe Double rooms evoke the city’s heritage with their colour palette, furnishings, and dimensions. The dramatic sweep of high ceilings and tall windows is grounded by the comforts of our signature Luxury Collection king or twin size beds, dressed in crisp cotton and topped with down duvets and pillows. Each room’s adjoining marble-clad bathroom features a convenient shower and bathtub combination and thoughtful comforts such as bathrobes and slippers, a hairdryer, a make-up mirror, abundant toiletries, and a telephone.

Palazzo Dandolo: Housed in the hotel’s 14th-century palace, these Premium Deluxe Doubles enjoy quintessential neighborhood views of the Calle de le Rasse and the Rio del Vin. In homage to Venice’s glorious Empire period, characteristic shades of soft blue and grey, offset by vivid yellow and vibrant red, inform the colour choices for the walls, upholstery, and floor-to-ceiling drapes. A magnificent wardrobe commands one wall, while a generous desk and beautifully restored armchair create an intimate reading and work area. Glints of Murano glass accent the wall sconces and bedside lamps, while a spectacular chandelier hangs from the centre of the ceiling. Gleaming parquet or wool carpeting flow throughout.

Palazzo Casa Nuova: Located in the 19th-century Baroque palace Casa Nuova, these Premium Deluxe Doubles embody the romance of the Venetian Baroque Era. Tapestries of blue and pink blossoms cover the armchair and headboard, as well as the window drapes. Thick carpeting graces the entire layout. The lacquered furnishings—including an elegant writing table and wardrobe—are bordered in pastels that echo the rich fabrics. The bathroom continues the theme with soft shades of marble and embroidered linens. Murano glass adds fairytale charm, as found on the wall sconces, chandelier, and reading lamps. Charming views of the Calle de le Rasse, Rio del Vin and Calle del Vin capture daily vignettes of Venetian life surrounding the palazzo.

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Dandolo Room

Admire the world renowned handicraft of Venetian artisans from the comfort of our sumptuous Dandolo Double rooms. Located in the historic Palazzo Dandolo with views of Calle delle Rasse or the suggestive Rio del Vin, these opulent retreats have been recently restored under the direction of French designer Pierre Yves Rochon.  Precious damask tapestries and velvets by local textile weavers feature alongside, hand blown Murano glass appliques and chandeliers, polished heritage furniture, and parquet or carpet floor coverings.

The comforts of our signature Luxury Collection king or twin size beds, dressed in crisp cotton and topped with down duvets and pillows, are accompanied by bedside lamps and lighting controls. Each room’s adjoining marble-clad bathroom features a convenient shower and bathtub combination and thoughtful comforts such as bathrobes and slippers, a hairdryer, a make-up mirror, customised Laura Tonatto bath amenities and a telephone.

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Luxury Lagoon View Room

As envisioned by design impresario Jacques Garcia, each newly restyled 28- to 36-square-metre Luxury Lagoon View Double room captures the essence of a Gothic aesthetic, blended with a contemporary sensibility. Gorgeous deep red draperies frame the long picture windows—creating a dramatic counterpoint to the watery still life of the lagoon seen beyond. Some rooms on the upper floors enjoy private wrought-iron balconies and terraces—accessible via wood-trimmed French doors. Armchairs in deep red upholstery stand at a perfect angle to the mesmerizing views.

The rooms’ soaring ceilings are made even more impressive with a trim of wide gilt molding, while the floors are covered in rich parquet or thick carpeting. Floor-to-ceiling curved wardrobe doors are covered in pale artichoke and forest green damask, shimmering softly in the blush of the Murano glass side lamps and chandelier. The same damask graces the arched headboard—complete with sleek adjustable reading lights—that sits behind the signature Luxury Collection twin beds. Dressed in crisp white cotton, duvet and down pillows, the beds create a calming oasis amidst the bold décor.

A 32-inch flat screen LCD television with satellite channels and pay-per-movie menu introduces a modern note, alongside High-Speed Internet Access (fee) and direct-dial telephones. A refreshment centre, tucked inside the wardrobe, tempts with assorted treats and beverages. The adjoining marble bathroom caters to every whim, with a sleek shower and bathtub combination. Guests will find abundant Laura Tonatto toiletries, plush bathrobes and slippers, a make-up mirror, and salon-style hairdryer at their disposal. Each bathroom also features a separate direct-dial telephone.

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Deluxe Lagoon View Room

Relax by the window of one of our 33-square metre Deluxe Lagoon View Doubles, and soak in one of Europe’s most bewitching views—the sparkling Venetian lagoon and its many islands surrounded by a flotilla of boats, gondolas, and vaporettos. Located on the first through fourth floors of the Palazzo Dandolo and the Palazzo Casa Nuova, each room issues an elegant welcome with its historic details and state-of-the-art modernities. A 32-inch flat screen LCD television stands amidst classic antiques. High-Speed Internet Access (fee) and multiple satellite channels offer guests entertainment options. The light that drifts in through the windows, is augmented by hand-blown Murano glass lamps, wall sconces, and chandeliers.

Each room enjoys the comforts of our signature Luxury Collection twin beds, dressed in pure cotton and topped with down duvets and pillows. The adjoining bathrooms cater to every whim, with sleek shower and bathtub combinations, plentiful toiletries, thick bathrobes and slippers, make-up mirrors, hairdryers, and direct dial telephones. The marble tiling is a lovely extension of each room’s décor. Some Deluxe Lagoon View Doubles enjoy a separate dressing room and separate glass-enclosed shower stall.

Palazzo Dandolo: Among the Deluxe Lagoon View Doubles housed in this magnificent 14th-century palazzo, Room #10 has a particularly auspicious history. Here the renowned love affair between George Sand and Alfred De Musset unfolded. Today, the rooms hearken back to that romantic Empire period with its subtle décor of watery blues, soft greys, light yellows, and passionate reds. An impressive writing desk still inspires, while an armchair stands in direct view of the water. Gleaming parquet floors echo back the soft seductive light.

Palazzo Casa Nuova: Recalling the delicate Venetian Baroque era, these Deluxe Lagoon View Double rooms are appointed with cream tapestries embroidered in a pink and blue floral pattern, and pastel lacquered furnishings to match. Soft carpeting flows throughout, complementing the decidedly feminine aesthetic.

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Luxury Lagoon View Room With Balcony

Located in the Palazzo Danieli Excelsior, these rooms offer stunning views from a wrought iron balcony with wood-trimmed french doors. Celebrated designer Jacques Garcia has renewed our Luxury Lagoon View Double rooms to illustrate the drama and richness of the Gothic era. A blend of contemporary sensibility and Gothic style, these rooms offer a dramatic counterpoint to the watery still life of the lagoon beyond. Sit back and relax in the deep red upholstered armchairs, perfectly angled to take full advantage of the room’s mesmerizing views.

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Executive Suite

Styled in Gothic splendour, the non-smoking 45- to 46-square-metre Executive Suites take their inspiration from the strong lines and colours of Palazzo Dandolo’s historic hall. French interior designer Jacques Garcia evoked the same opulence on a more intimate scale in these superb one-bedroom accommodations. Separated by a wood-trimmed archway from the bedroom, the sitting area features deeply upholstered armchairs and settees in a classic shade of Doge red. Swagged crimson drapes frame views of one of Venice’s most recognizable historic sites—the Palazzo Ducale, or Doge’s Palace. A 42-inch flat screen LCD television with satellite channels and pay-per-movie menu offer modern entertainment options. High-Speed Internet Access (fee) is also available in both rooms.

Exquisite glass lamps, crafted locally on the lagoon island of Murano, cast their glow from the bedside tables, side tables, and an extravagant multi-armed chandelier overhead. The lofty ceilings are framed by heavy gilt moulding, while the parquet floors showcase exquisite oriental carpets. The curved wardrobe doors in the bedroom have been covered in the palest shades of artichoke and forest green damask. The same precious fabric covers the headboard that dominates our signature Luxury Collection king bed. Sleek adjustable reading lights have been attached on either side. A featherweight duvet and down pillows are dressed in crisp white cotton. Beautifully hand-etched mirrors hang to either side of the bed, reflecting the choice materials all around. The bathroom continues the opulence with marble tiling, a sleek bathtub and shower combination, customised lotions, shampoos and conditioners by Laura Tonatto, plush bathrobes and slippers, a salon-style hairdryer and a make-up mirror.

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Dandolo Suite

Within the Palazzo Dandolo—originally constructed in the 14th century—are an array of Dandolo Suites. These exquisite accommodations overlook Calle delle Rasse, the Church of San Zaccaria, Rio del Vin, or Venice’s iconic rooftops. French architect/designer Pier Yves Rochon restyled each suite’s interiors favouring soothing color schemes that complement decorative carpeting. Window treatments comprise grey damask drapes with silk curtains, walls feature stucco in hues of pink framed by white, or etched Venetian mirror panels. Framed Venetian prints, and paintings are prominently displayed throughout. A balcony is available in select suites.

There’s ample space for relaxing a in a combined night and day space surrounded by precious Murano glass elements such as a chandelier, decorative vases, and wall appliques. Furnishings include a wooden writing desk with a chair and lamp. A small glass coffee table is surrounded by a two- seat sofa, or two armchairs with velvet upholstering. Modern technology includes a 40-inch flat screen TV and complimentary High-Speed Internet Access. One king-size or two twin Luxury Collection beds are accompanied by bedside lamps and lighting controls. Ample storage space is provided by a wooden chest of drawers and up to five doors of closets. The bedroom also has its own 32-inch TV.

In stark shades of white and either grey or black, the bathroom contains a marble- or wood-enclosed bathtub, a separate glass-enclosed rainforest shower, and a water closet and bidet. A decorated Murano mirror hangs above each marble-topped vanity with a wooden cabinet. Plush bathrobes and slippers and Acqua di Parma bath amenities promise to indulge.

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Grand Dandolo Suite

Occupying all floors of the 14th Century Palazzo Dandolo, these refined retreats carry the signature of French designer Pierre Yves Rochon and offer views of Calle delle Rasse, the suggestive Rio del Vin, the Church of San Zaccaria, or Venice’s iconic rooftops. Soothing color schemes complement terrazzo Veneziano floorings or opaque parquet floors with decorative carpeting. Window treatments comprise grey or blue damask drapes with silk curtains. Damasks by Lorenzo Rubelli Venetian weavers also adorn some walls, while others feature stucco or etched Venetian mirror panels. Antique mirrors, framed Venetian prints, and paintings or antique portraits of Venetian doges are prominently displayed throughout.

Each suite’s separate living area houses such precious Murano glass elements as a chandelier, decorative vases, and appliques. Furnishings include a wooden writing desk with a chair and lamp. A small oval glass coffee table is surrounded by a two- or three-seat sofa, as well as one or two armchairs or ottomans with velvet upholstering. Modern technology includes a 40-inch flat screen TV and complimentary High-Speed Internet Access. The area’s distinctive décor carries into the bedroom, where one king-size or two twin Luxury Collection beds are accompanied by bedside lamps and lighting controls. Ample storage space is provided by a wooden chest of drawers and up to five doors of closets. The bedroom also has its own 32-inch TV.

In stark shades of white and either grey or black, the bathroom contains a marble- or wood-enclosed bathtub, a separate glass-enclosed rainforest shower, and a water closet and bidet. A decorated Murano mirror hangs above each marble-topped vanity with a wooden cabinet. Plush bathrobes and slippers and Acqua di Parma bath amenities promise to indulge.

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Lagoon View Junior Suite

Located on the second and fourth floors of the Palazzo Casa Nuova, the 44- to 48-square-meter Lagoon View Junior Suites enchant from the moment one steps foot through the door. Undeniably romantic, the Baroque influence is evident in the embroidered pink and blue floral tapestry found in the window treatments and the upholstered furnishings, framed in softly coloured lacquer. Glints of delicate Murano glass in the side lamps, wall sconces, and lustrous chandelier add their own flicker of magic. Soft thick carpeting adds to the intimate ambiance. Each suite’s long French windows open out onto glorious views of the Venetian lagoon and its islands, the Grand Canal and the Riva degli Schiavoni.

In the bedroom, the comforts of our signature Luxury Collection twin beds await. Dressed in pure white linens and topped with a feather weight duvet and down pillows, a dreamy night’s sleep is guaranteed. On a contemporary note, each suite features a stellar 42-inch flat screen LCD television with multiple satellite channels and an extensive pay-per-movie selection. High Speed Internet Access (fee) is available in both rooms, and direct-dial telephones may be found in the bathroom, sitting area, and by the bed.

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Lagoon View Suite

Varying in size from 40 to 60 square metres, the one-bedroom suites in Palazzo Danieli Excelsior and Palazzo Casa Nuova feature a host of thoughtful amenities. From the signature Luxury Collection beds to the customised Laura Tonatto toiletries in each bathroom, no detail is spared. Every suite also enjoys a view of the Venetian lagoon, the renowned Grand Canal, and the Riva degli Schiavoni.

Palazzo Danieli Excelsior: Styled by Jacques Garcia with Gothic flair, these non-smoking suites are located on the first through fourth floors of the 20th-century palazzo. The opulent sitting room-its high ceilings framed by gilt molding-features dramatic black marble or ebony stained parquet floors. The Doge-red drapes, settees, and armchairs create a seductive feeling, underscored by the intimate lighting from the Murano side lamps and chandelier. The bedroom is dominated by the magnificent scrolled headboard and curved wardrobe doors covered in pale artichoke and forest green damask. On either side of the bed, etched mirrors reflect the shimmer of precious fabrics and glass. Sleek adjustable reading lights are integrated into the headboard itself. The marble bathroom features an oversized bathtub and a glass-enclosed shower.

Palazzo Casa Nuova: Recalling the Venetian Baroque era, these one-bedroom suites are a vision of pastel blues, greens, and pinks-evident in the embroidered wall tapestries, lacquered furnishings, and the upholstered armchairs in the sitting room. The old parquet floors are covered in select oriental carpets in the same soft hues. A blush pink Murano chandelier hangs from the high ceiling. Located on the first two floors of this 19th-century palazzo, each suite enjoys floor-to-ceiling windows that open out onto private balconies overlooking the romantic lagoon. The elegant bedroom features tapestry on the walls, wardrobe doors, and headboard. Murano lamps sit on the bedside tables, while adjustable reading lights are attached to the headboard itself. The adjoining bathroom features a separate bathtub and a glass-encased shower—all tiled in soft pink and green marble.

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Signature Suite

Embracing the spirit of eras gone by, the Signature Suites at the Hotel Danieli deliver an exceptional experience—transporting guests to a time of breathtaking grandeur. Varying from 65 to 73 square metres, each one-bedroom Signature Suite may be connected to adjoining Lagoon View Double rooms, Premium Deluxe Rooms, or a second Signature Suite to form two, three, four and five-bedroom suites—perfect for families or larger parties travelling together. Each suite features private balconies with views of the Venetian lagoon, its islands, the incomparable Grand Canal, and the ornate Punta della Dogana.

The extravagantly high ceilings and original parquet or stone terrazzo alla veneziana floors convey an undeniable elegance. The pale damask fabric used to cover the walls and armchairs, and frame the full-length windows, adds shimmering texture to the room without weighing down the décor. Fresh flowers in Murano glass vases fill the rooms with their delicate scent—standing on heavily carved and gilded sideboards and side tables. The prized antique Murano mirrors that hang in the sitting room fill the rooms with light from the breathtaking chandeliers. In tribute to the Italian Baroque masters, priceless paintings depicting historical scenes of Venice, grace the walls.

Complete with our signature Luxury Collection bed, the bedrooms are appointed with exquisite Italian antiques and paintings, while the adjoining marble bathrooms promise to indulge with their customised Acqua di Parma toiletries, the plush bathrobes and slippers, and the salon style hairdryer and make-up mirror. A convenient bathtub and shower combination, two marble-clad vanities, and a separate glass-enclosed shower round out the bathroom features. State-of-the-art touches complement the historical ambiance—a stellar sound system, CD/DVD player, and 42-inch flat screen LCD television with pay-per-view movies and satellite channels. High Speed Internet Access (fee) and direct dial telephones offer seamless connections to home or work. Film aficionados may be interested to note that Signature Suite #68 was featured in the Italian classic “Viaggi di Nozze” by Carlo Verdone.

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Doge Dandolo Royal Suite

Boasting several balconies with 180° panoramic views of the lagoon, the sweeping 150-square-metre Doge’s Royal Suite offers a taste of regal life. Terrazzo alla veneziana floors, covered by antique carpets, anchor the museum-quality furnishings and artwork. The sitting area features ornate gilded Baroque armchairs, upholstered in green and gold damask—the colours echo the spirals of gold dust dancing in the 18th and 19th century Murano glass chandeliers. The soaring ceilings in the living room boast continuous dark wooden beams. A decorative fireplace with altar-like mantle presents the Dandolo family coat of arms, accented on either side by antique paintings of members of the royal household.

An ornate doorway leads to the elegant bedroom with two signature Luxury Collection queen beds. Each bed frame and headboard is made from beautifully burled wood. The golden coverlets are styled from the same silk that lines the walls. On the elaborate stucco ceiling, an original 18th century fresco of “putti” angels by Iacopo Guarana has been restored to perfection.  The adjoining marble-clad bathroom is an equivalent study in opulence. A separate powder room is conveniently located by the entry corridor of the suite. The Doge’s Royal Suite may connect with additional guest rooms and suites to form up to a five-bedroom suite.

Whether savouring a formal dinner at the rooftop Restaurant Terrazza Danieli, an al fresco drink on the Bar Terrazza Danieli, or a leisurely afternoon tea ritual amidst the Gothic splendour of the Bar Dandolo, the dining options at the Hotel Danieli are as unique as the city surrounding them. Ranging from formal to casual, indoor to outdoor, each of the dining venues draws upon Venice’s distinctive blend of history, artistic beauty, and worldly sophistication.

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Restaurant Terrazza Danieli

Located on the rooftop of the Palazzo Danieli Excelsior, the Restaurant Terrazza Danieli offers guests an enviable view of the “Serenissima.” The inspired menu celebrates Venice’s historic role as a crossroads between East and West. Whether enjoying a sun-drenched lunch on the outdoor terrace or a candle-lit dinner in the sumptuous indoor dining room, the award-winning Restaurant Terrazza Danieli never fails to delight. Boasting the most spectacular views of the “Serenissima”—a magnificent panorama of the Venice Lagoon, the famed Island of San Giorgio, and the tributary of the Grand Canal as it flows into Saint Mark’s basin—the restaurant transports guests back to the heydey of Venice’s influential position as Europe’s crossroads between East and West.

The restaurant serves a masterful menu inspired by Marco Polo’s voyages to the Orient. The result is a fascinating journey marrying the exotic and the local, the eastern influences perfectly balanced with Mediterranean flavours. The menu changes every three months, dictated by the availability of the freshest local ingredients. The definitive Italian influences emerge in local seafood, meat, and pasta dishes, yet are also infused with exotic spices and textures from Asia, India and the Middle East. Alongside the seasonal menu, our dedicated culinary team also delights their guests with special menus to celebrate local art exhibits, the spectacular Carnivale, and traditional Venetian festivals such as the Redentore.

Restaurant Terrazza Danieli is located on the top floor of our Palazzo Danieli Excelsior with a panoramic view of the lagoon, islands, and the Grand Canal. Enjoy classic Venetian proposals to tastings of the Mediterranean and the Far East. Outdoor dining on the panoramic terrace is available from May to October. Breakfast is served at Restaurant Terrazza Danieli and outdoors on the restaurant’s terrace from May to September, weather permitting. Inside, an abundance of red velvet pays its homage to the century-old tradition of the Venetian Doge. Long Murano mirrors hang aside intricate classical wall panels, reflecting the candles and fiori freschi found on every table. Hand blown water tumblers, enveloped in a swirl of red glass, add a note of whimsy to the elegance. The exceptional wine list offers a wide selection of vintages from around the world, with an emphasis on Italian wineries. Special tastings with local vintners are de rigueur—affording guests a rare taste of Italian terroirs.

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Danieli Bistro

Overlooking the Venetian Lagoon, Danieli Bistro is a celebration of renowned cicchetti-traditional Venetian tapas with an inspired menu that exemplifies Italian culinary excellence. Discover our new venue, the Danieli Bistro, an informal venue serving the finest Venetian cicchetti. Offering breathtaking views of the Venetian Lagoon from the top floor of Palazzo Dandolo, the Danieli Bistro is a delightful synthesis of culture and gastronomy. A true celebration of “Made in Italy,”.

Italian traditions and international influences are balanced with premium Venetian ingredients. Indulge in the finest cicchetti, entrées, and desserts, which vary periodically based on seasonality and the chef’s creativity, and are complemented by a prestigious selection of Italian wines and handcrafted beers. Drop by for special evenings, a social gathering with friends and family to enjoy the panoramic views or reserve the whole venue for an exclusive private dining experience.

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Bar Dandolo

Nestled amidst marble columns on the ground floor of Hotel Danieli’s Palazzo Dandolo, Bar Dandolo provides a charming setting with live piano music in the evenings, where famous cocktails and classic drinks are served together. Enjoying the perfect vantage point from which to gaze over the famed Gothic entry hall of the 14th-century palazzo, Bar Dandolo is nestled amidst marble columns, gold leaf embellishments, and exquisite wooden panels. Yellow damask covered settees and armchairs are set in intimate groupings around marble-topped coffee tables—the perfect spot to enjoy a bracing espresso and brioche in the morning or the gratifying ritual of afternoon tea. A delightful lunch menu of salads, sandwiches and cheese platters is complemented by a wonderful selection of wines by the glass.

In the evening, a lively social atmosphere pervades—live piano music accompanies the crowds of well-heeled Venetians mingling with visitors from all over the world. The curved wooden bar is presided over by the ever-charming Head Barman Riccardo Naccari and his talented team. Renowned for his skill at creating sophisticated cocktails, a visit to the Bar Dandolo would not be complete without sampling the Doge cocktail—a heavenly mix of vodka, strawberry shake, bitter martini, and cranberry juice. Or ask for the special Vesper Martini—gin, vodka, martini dry, and Angostura bitters—created to commemorate the bar featured in a James Bond film. An assortment of savoury appetizers and light meals complement the drinks menu perfectly. In the historic hall of Palazzo Dandolo, Bar Dandolo is a charming setting with live music in which to while away the hours or enjoy intimate conversations accompanied by classical drinks, cocktails, and informal snacks. An English afternoon tea is served at 4 pm.

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Bar Terrazza Danieli

Located on Hotel Danieli’s rooftop, Bar Terrazza Danieli is a magical place for enjoying a Bellini cocktail, a light snack, or an aperitif with friends before dinner, while admiring the breathtaking panorama of Venice. As soon as the weather permits, the Bar Terrazza Danieli opens its doors to a glorious rooftop setting, complete with the some of the most extraordinary views of the lagoon, the Grand Canal and Venice’s most beloved historic treasures. Adjoining the Restaurant Terrazza Danieli, the bar features a similar décor theme—ivory white cushions and wrought iron chairs and tables create an inviting al fresco ambiance, perfect for warm summer nights.

Among the delectable cocktail selections, the Bellini—prosecco and peach puree—and the Bucintoro fruit cocktail are particularly refreshing favourites. Drinks are accompanied by a summery menu of light snacks and salads. Weather permitting Bar Terrazza Danieli is open from April to October for cocktails and snacks. Its outdoor setting proposes magnificent views of the Venice Lagoon and Venice’s most loved panoramas.

The hotel offers a fitness facility. Peaceful and spacious, it features an excellent selection of high-tech cardio fitness equipment by Technogym.

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Fitness

This facility is complimentary and exclusive to hotel guests with access by a room card only. Guests should sign a form at check-in at the Reception to accept the use of the fitness facilities. Individual cardio machines are equipped with a personal television monitor, iPhone compatibility, and headphone plugs. Guests may also request a disposable set of headphones from the Concierge desk.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Venice, Italy
Nearest Airport
Venice Marco Polo Airport, Venice
Local Currency
Euro
Time Change
GMT +2:00
Language
Italian
Best time to go
Best visited between April through October.

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