Palazzo Giovanelli, Venice
Located in a historic residence in the Santa Croce quarter, overlooking the Grand Canal and next to the Church of San Stae, Palazzo Giovanelli offers a tranquil retreat for whom prefers quiet but central locations.
The building dates back to the 16th century and over the years has been home to illustrious guests including Doge Marco Foscarini, the King of Denmark, and Mozart’s family.
The visitors find a magnificent atmosphere, with quiet rooms, where a soft tranquillity is interrupted only by the passing of gondolas and the flow of water in the canals.
The Palace has seen several centuries of history. Erected in the 1500s as the noble residence of the Coccina Family, it first passed into the hands of the Foscarini and then of the Giovanelli, hosting a series of eminent personalities: in the 1700s it was the residence of Marco Foscarini, future Doge of the Republic of Venice, of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, on his visit to the city with his family, and Frederik Christian IV, King of Denmark.
The guests can still enjoy the view of the original ceilings with exposed beams, frescoed wall rose windows with mythological figures by Giovanni Battista Zelotti.
Within the palace are still admirable – perfectly kept in their beauty and restored under the supervision of the Soprintendenza delle Belle Arti di Venezia – original ceilings with exposed beams, frescoed wall rose windows with mythological figures by Giovanni Battista Zelotti, sixteenth-century stuccos and decorations, as well as a XVIII century secret passage in the apartment once belonged to the Doge, today exclusive Suite.|
Nowadays the Palace is a charming Hotel, an ideal address for Venice lovers.
Each room in the hotel is unique and feature an enchanting, characteristic view of Venice: the Grand Canal, the gardens, Campo San Stae, the picturesque Rio di San Stae, the Casino, and more.
The Suite Doge Foscarini and the Suite Mozart are astonishing, very spacious and rich in amenities, fascination and vintage details. The first was the apartment where Doge Marco Foscarini, second to last Doge of Venice, lived in the XVIII century. The Suite Mozart suite pays tribute to its most illustrious guest – the genius of music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – who stayed here with his family on the occasion of his visit to Venice. From the seven balconies of the sitting room, you’ll enjoy a magnificent view of the Grand Canal.
Located on the first floor of the Palace, with airy spaces and sumptuous outfitting, the Junior Suites have been built out of the environments once occupied by the rooms of Doge Foscarini. Refined and magnificently furnished, they are embellished by high ceilings with exposed beams, wooden flooring, Murano glass chandeliers and precious original sixteenth-century decorations. Bright and with many windows, they also have a living area.
Exceptionally airy and splendidly furnished, the Deluxe Rooms – overlooking the Grand Canal or the Rio di San Stae- are an exclusive invitation to ease and comfort. Each room offers a relaxing living area with a small table and armchairs, desk and private bathroom. For those looking for comfortable yet straightforward, essential and refined accommodation, the standard rooms are a perfect choice. Overlooking the inner courtyard of the building, are elegantly furnished in a modern style.
Elegance & Heritage
35 Rooms and Suites
Bar • Front Desk (24-hour)
Private Landing Stage • Wi-Fi Internet
You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.
Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection
- Late check-out upon availability
- Early check-in upon availability
- Welcome drink
- 100€ credit per room per stay on activities ( when booking with Tales Concierge)
Points of View
Staying in Venezia
Located in Santa Croce, between Cà Pesaro and the Church of San Stae, directly overlooking the Grand Canal, the Palazzo Giovanelli enjoy a a quiet position.
St Mark’s Square is 1,3 km away from the Hotel), with the splendid St Mark’s Basilica while the Rialto Bridge is only 600 mt away, with the bacari and its famous market. In the proximity of the Hotel there are the Venice Casino, the prestigious Ca’ D’Oro with Galleria Franchetti and some of the most renown Civic Museums of Venice, like the Modern Art Museum and the Oriental Art Museum of Ca’ Pesaro, the Museum of Palazzo Mocenigo and the Natural History Museum of Venice in Fondaco dei Turchi.