Hotel Sant’Antonin Venice
Hotel Sant’Antonin provides 13 classic-contemporary rooms — three with private terraces — and magnificent private gardens near to St. Mark’s Square.
Resort Sant’Antonin is at a far sought after place, 1 bridge away in the Arsenale waterbus stop, only a five-minute wander from San Marco and yet from the quiet and residential area of Castello. The entrance is from a quaint canal however, the palace itself is put back in this manner that none of all the sound in the early morning delivery ships disturb the visitors. Tranquillity abounds with both a front courtyard and luscious backyard making it’s the ideal place to unwind after a day spent exploring Venice. Guests who stay here have a fantastic choice of restaurants in the area such as two award-winning pastry stores (Pasticceria Chiusso at Salizada dei Greci, and Pasticceria alla Bragora at Sant’Antonin).
Style & personality
The resort was transformed from a personal home to a boutique resort, and contains lots of the original furnishings and components which were a part of the previous family residence. The antiques mix beautifully with contemporary developments throughout the house. The beautiful garden is your resort’s crown jewel and superbly maintained. There’s nothing regular about staying here, and attentive staff will go above and beyond to make guests contented.
Service & facilities
There’s a beautiful shaded courtyard from the entry. A considerable breakfast with 2 tables filled with sweet and savoury offerings is served to the ground floor just within the covered terrace, which contributes to the abundant fountains and gardens. Multiple seating areas are thoughtfully put in the backyard and guests are invited to relax outside. The team enthusiastically help in making recommendations and reservations along with proudly relaying the background of their house.
The richly decorated rooms all look out on the rear garden or front courtyard, but for the rooms with private terraces that have canal views. Original terrazzo flooring are preserved throughout which can be further enriched by the delicate Venetian fabrics and luxury linens. Both the bathrooms and rooms are spacious by Venetian standards. Suites can accommodate additional single beds to sleep four or three individuals.
Food & beverage
The breakfast, served out on the terrace, is among the loveliest aspects of remaining here. Acquiring the morning sunshine whilst enjoying a dizzying selection of pastries, fruits, breads and savoury choices is a beautiful and significant means to start a day of sightseeing in Venice.
Value for cash
Double rooms from $150 (#136) in low season; and out of $250 (#226) at large. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
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