A cultural and historic landmark, Ca’Sagredo Hotel is part private palazzo, part museum, and part luxury hotel ideally situated between Palazzo Santa Sofia and the Rialto Bridge on Venice’s spectacular Grand Canal. The 15th century Venetian palace was purchased by the noble Sagredo family of art collectors in the 18th century and has since been meticulously renovated to incorporate modern convenience and enhance its original noble features, thus creating a treasure where art and beauty collide in respect to a delightful time gone by.
Arrive by water taxi to the Ca’Sagredo and their unmistakable, lavish pink façade opening out onto the canal—proof of the Byzantine origin of the building. The original ground floor reveals tall arch windows topped with slim pillars and a stately marble staircase designed by Andrea Tirali leading to the second floor, where an impressive fresco by Pietro Longhi traces the middle mullioned windows of the portego, evoking an air of romance and mystery unique to Venice.
Most of the property’s 42 bedrooms and suites still retain many signs of the palazzo’s glorious past, making each and every guest feel like a Venetian noble. There is an understated, gilded opulence throughout, showcased through marble bathrooms, shades of brown, cream, white, and gold furnishings, views over the Grand Canal and the passing gondolas, and, most impressively, collections of superb masterpieces by important 17th and 18th century Venetian artists such as Nicolò Bambini, Giambattista Tiepolo, and Sebastiano Ricci. The exclusive environment of the Ca’Sagredo’s four types of suites augment the experience even further, with sumptuous frescoes, gilt mirrors, Murano glass lamps, and precious silk fabrics, all carefully curated under the supervision of The Fine Arts Institute of Venice.
The beautiful interiors extend to the hotel’s L’Alcova Restaurant, with its splendid panoramic terrace looking out onto the glorious waterfront and the Rialto Market opposite the canal. The location has certainly inspired Chef Davide Fanti’s fresh approach to the traditional Venetian cuisine served, with a “Back to Nature” menu highlighting local delicacies from the market through unique creativity. It is worth visiting the Bar L’Incontro before or after dinner at L’Alcova for aperitifs and post-prandial beverages.
Ca’Sagredo Hotel is ideally located near Venice’s landmarks, within walking distance to both San Marco and the dock for the boat to Murano and Burano, yet far enough away from the crowds to appreciate the chic exclusivity of its offerings.Request Information