Waterfront Elegance at St. Regis Venice
Wedged between the majestic splendor of Venice historical palaces, overlooking the Grand Canal, St. Regis is one of the most shining jewels of the city. The luxury hotel merges the captivating spirit of Venice with a timeless sense of elegance and sophistication.
A few steps away from the iconic Piazza San Marco, stands proud one of the most prestigious destinations of Italy: Hotel St. Regis. Elegant and majestic, the historical building overlooks Venice’s Grand Canal, boasting an outstanding view on the best part of the city. Formerly known as Grand Hotel Britannia, the St. Regis is the result of a sensitive renovation of five historical palaces, with the oldest – Badoer Tiepolo – dating back to 1600. The ancient hotel
Venice is one of the world’s most inimitable cities; one which has inspired royalty, artists, merchants and jet setters alike for more than fifteen centuries.
From its ideal location at the mouth of the Grand Canal, The St. Regis offers unparalleled vistas of some of Venice’s most celebrated landmarks, including the Santa Maria della Salute Basilica and the Punta della Dogana Museum. Behind the hotel lies Calle XXII Marzo, a street which is home to elite boutiques, contemporary art galleries and Grand Teatro La Fenice, the city’s temple to opera.
The five “Palazzi” have been restored and
The exquisite Venetian styling throughout the hotel includes tailored fabrics and custom, handcrafted furnishings inspired by curves of gondolas, patterns of the Doge’s Palace, pavements of St. George’s churchyard and the Grand canal itself. An eclectic collection of artwork and sculptures inspired by the artistic heritage of the city will also be curated, bringing ancient Venice to today’s luxury travelers in a modern way. The interiors pay homage to the reflection of light across the Grand Canal where a series of contemporary paintings by resident artist Olivier Masmonteil celebrate Monet’s mastery of capturing the special light of Venice.
Inspired by the Venetian masterpieces of former guest and Impressionist painter Claude Monet, the interiors of the refined guest rooms showcase a distinctive color palette that represents how light changes throughout the day from dawn to dusk. The design of the public spaces pays homage to Carlo Scarpa, one of Venice’s greatest artists and architects. St. Regis’ spacious secluded garden sets the hotel apart, making it a lifestyle destination where guests and locals can enjoy remarkable views of the Grand Canal.
Uncompromising glamour extends naturally to the hotel’s restaurants and bars. Authentic, modern Italian cuisine is celebrated at Gio’s, the hotel’s signature restaurant anchored by the Grand Canal and the hotel’s private garden, shaking up Venetian and Italian traditions. The secludedgarden, with curated landscaping, reflects a modern interpretation of classic Venice, further complemented by geometric patterning, curlicue topiary, flowering plants and fluid pathways. Designed to provide a refined space for local tastemakers and guests to mingle, here extraordinary pieces of Venetian tradition support the exclusive atmosphere of the living spaces: masterfully crafted Murano glasses and colorful details perfectly match the extraordinary views across the Grand Canal. Playful sculptures blend with the garden’s décor and discreet seating to offer guests a moment for introspection away from the crowds, sipping a typical Venetian Spritz.
St. Regis Venice
S. Marco, 2159, 30124 - Venezia (VE)