Hotel Review: Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice

Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice: restaurant
© Belmond 1995-2015

Built in 1958 by a mythological contriver of a Bellini and owners of Venice’s iconic Harry’s Bar, a Belmond Cipriani Hotel dominates a proceed to Giudecca Island, unaware a Venice lagoon, with a singular views of St Mark’s Square. Stepping in a footsteps of many a celebrity, we land from your private launch and are welcomed by liveried staff into sensuous gardens, filled with perfumed flowers and shrubs. This is a undoubted oasis, a universe apart, nonetheless only seven minutes from a sound and discord of St Mark’s Square. Enter a cool, marble floored entrance, illuminated by stimulating chandeliers and flashy with pedestals of pleasant flowers, antiques, gilded mirrors, wealthy seat and furnishings and works of art and we will know we have arrived somewhere really special.

Who for?

Guests who wish to relax in sumptuous, pacific surroundings, with a combined advantage of a best views in Venice.


Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice
© Belmond 1995-2015

The hotel offers 95 lush bedrooms and suites widespread between a categorical hotel building and Palazzo Vendramin, a 15th-century building related to a Belmond Cipriani by an ancient yard and flowered passage-way. The atmospheric bedrooms exaggerate pretentious views and balconies unaware a lagoon, a gardens or Piazza San Marco.

Food and Drink

Belmond Cipriani Hotel: perspective of Venice
© Belmond 1995-2015

Dining during a Belmond Cipriani offers a undying dining knowledge reflecting a regretful atmosphere of Venice. Eat during a decadent Oro grill or during a spontaneous Cip’s Club on decking unaware St Mark’s Square. You can also step inside Enoteca: La Via Della Sete and bite a atmosphere of a normal Venetian booze cellar.


Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice: swimming pool
© Belmond 1995-2015

The Belmond Cipriani boasts a regretful Casanova Wellness Centre, an sharp-witted garden sauna where a stresses of a city are forgotten. Rose petals are strewn along a trail smelling of jasmine, and either we opt for a Essential Rose Facial or an Ultimate Aromatherapy massage, you’ll find yourself flapping divided to another planet.

If we wish something a small some-more active, a Belmond Cipriani has a usually swimming pool in executive Venice, a red clay tennis court, a aptness and beauty centre, and a boutique arcade.

The overwhelming Granaries of a Republic, masterfully easy to their 19th century loftiness with singular views of St. Marks Square, are accessible for a special occasion.

What’s Nearby?

The island of Giudecca has a laid behind and a loose lifestyle and a particular encampment like atmosphere, with a sharp-witted waterfront. There are 3 famous churches: a Chiesa Del Redentore, Chiesa Della Zitelle ad Chiesadi Sant ‘Eufemia. Just a brief vessel float divided are all a attractions of Venice itself, from St Mark’s Square and a Doges Palace to museums, churches, palazzos and, of course, gondolas on a Grand Canal.


Wi-Fi is accessible via a hotel.

Room rates

Rates during a Belmond Cipriani start from €650 per night.

Value for money

If we find a willing environment on what seems like your possess private island, divided from a crowds, a Belmond Cipriani offers glorious value for money.

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Getting there

4.3 miles south of Marco Polo International Airport, we can transport by cab or H2O cab to a city centre. The Belmond Cipriani’s private launch takes 7 mins from St Mark’s Square. There is also a private marina.

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