The best view form and on Venice

Every visitor of Venice recognizes the magnificent view of the San Giorgio Maggiore Island. The bell tower was built in 1791, was designed by Andrea Palladio and it’s probably the most photographed sites in the City. If you want a beautiful view of Venice you can take the elevator to the top of the bell tower of the San Giorgio Maggiore Church. The panorama is impressive!

Visiting Venice? Our travel guide for 2020

From the traditional Carnevale to the Biennale, here is our guide to all the unmissable events in the city for 2020.

Taste the excellence at JW Venice

Discover the Italian Culinary art. A series of culinary events and delectable experiences awaits at JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa with the Sapori Cooking Academy.

Tintoretto: the hero of Venice Renaissance

Tintoretto was one of the most significant Italian Mannerist painters of Renaissance and an outstanding artist of the Venetian School.

Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

With sweeping views of the sparkling Venice lagoon, the Hotel Danieli enjoys a particularly majestic location—just steps from the legendary Palazzo Ducale, dramatic St. Mark’s Square and Basilica, and the famed Bridge of Sighs.

The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

Occupying a prestigious setting on the Grand Canal, The Gritti Palace was built in 1475 as residence of Doge Andrea Gritti. A leisurely short stroll from Piazza San Marco, the imposing palazzo awards rare views of Santa Maria della Salute.

The St.Regis Venice

The St. Regis Venice combines historic legacy with modern luxury in a privileged location beside the Grand Canal surrounded by views across some of Venice’s most iconic landmarks. Avant-garde in outlook and evolutionary in design, the hotel is an expression of the cultural curiosity of Venice and the innovation of modern-day against a pedigreed backdrop.