Inside THE GRITTI PALACE, Venice's most famous hotel: review & impressions





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38 Comments

  1. Wow I can see why you stayed here for a special anniversary. Obviously so A List . The Deluxe rooms are lovely. I must say the Palazzo Room and the Aman Venice was better in my eyes and I just loved that hotel and its sumptuous areas a little more! Am I wrong in this thinking. I would love your comments on my comments. Regards Richard

  2. My head is spinning…too much stuff…very small and way too many decorations…I am not talking about reservation fee??? $1000 are you kidding me…I can imagine how bad smells…

  3. Very nice and beautifully restored and all that but interiors way too dark and gloomy no natural light and looks small and crowded.Nothing particularly special except for the exquisite chandeliers. Check out the Villa Mabappa in Venice another restored property set way back from the water yet alovely view of the River and alovely outdoor area for lounging a fairly small hotel but charmingly decorated with beautiful old paintings. The library has alovely open veranda to lounge in.The library actually has a sepia print or is it the original painting of Dante and Beatrice with a view of the Ponte Vecchio in Florence!, There are more rooms you have to take a short walk thru a beautiful garden at the back of the main building and the view is charming. Couldn’t ask for more.quiet discreet and charming .Wont burn a hole in your pocket either a fraction of the price of the Gritti and even less for a group booking.

  4. Used to be the best hotel in Venice but now with Starwood operating there`s more pretension (including the guests). Still a beautiful place but there are better options.

  5. Magnifique! You do get around. I watched all you Mali vlogs and several others. I like your style. I see you went to Venice at the end of the season unless it took a while to post this. I would hate to have to travel to all these beautiful places. Yea, just kidding. Happy 40th anniversary. 2 years late.

  6. We stayed there 5 years ago and without a doubt, it is luxury personified. The staff were exceptional and we were fortunate enough to have a room with a balcony on the street side. It was a gift from our son and one of the most breathtaking hotels we have ever stayed in. Venice is my wife's favorite place to go. What a beautiful and perfect location to spend your 40th Anniversary.

  7. Although is a romantic destination, Venice is not on my list of preferences. I heard from other travelers that the city looks very sad, old dated, and it stinks all over those old channels. It seems that all the garbage has been thrown in the water in the last 1000 years.

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