Grand Hotel dei Dogi

Grand Hotel dei Dogi, Fondamenta Madonna dell’Orto (Calle Larga Piave), 3500-30121, Venice, Italy, +39 041 220 8111
A retreat for true connoisseurs of Venice, Grand Hotel dei Dogi combines an authentic sense of 17th-century nobility with a modern attitude to life. A short distance away from the main tourist beats, the hotel reveals the surprise of one of the city’s largest private gardens.Visit Hotel Website
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