The Santo Stefano Hotel, located in the heart of Venice, enjoys a prime location really close to the principal points of interest of the historic center.
Indeed, just a few minutes’ walk you can find the best attraction in Venice, prior to all St. Mark Square and the Rialto Bridge, both less than a 10 minutes’ walk from the Hotel.
To follow, the Accademia Bridge, one of the four bridges which cross the Grand Canal connecting the former Santa Maria della Carità Church to San Vidal, home to numerous events and concerts.
The Accademia Galleries, meeting place of all art lovers, exhibit the most beautiful paintings by Tiepolo, Tiziano and Caravaggio.
The Benedetto Marcello conservatory of Music, which has been based in Palazzo Pisani in Campo Santo Stefano since 1940.
The La Fenice theatre, the main opera house in Venice, home to important symphonic opera seasons or of the International Festival of Contemporary Music.
Splendid palaces overlook the Grand Canal, among the most famous: Palazzo Grassi, internationally renowned museum, Ca’ Venier del Leoni, home to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Ca’ Vendramin Calergi, home to the Venice Casino and many more.
The Santo Stefano Hotel organizes tours in the most suggestive islands of the lagoon. Among these, the island of Murano, which is one of the most beloved destinations together with Burano and Torcello. Its authentic beauty and its long glassmaking tradition make it irresistible.
Exploring Venice means going on a journey to discover the tastes and the flavors of the tradition. The moments of the day are defined between a dish and the other and they have on the side a good glass of wine.
Wandering through the “bacari” and the restaurants is maybe one of the best experiences.
Ai do forni, Ristorante da Fiore, Ai Cugnai, La Luna Sentada, Taverna La Fenice, La Feluca, Caffè Centrale.