Venice wheelchair friendly Hotel Italy
Not a mere city center location, but, above all, an auspicious starting point for visiting Venice from the inside, from a building which is a historic part of this city.
Within the hotel’s magnificient walls guests will discover a rich past, an impeccable service, sumptous guest rooms equipped with upscale amenities, a gourmet restaurant serving tempting local specialities and state of the art conference facilities for custom tailored events.
This magnificient Venice wheelchair friendly Hotel Italy, also housed during the 15th century the earliest “Ridotto” of the city, a sort of retreat for patricians and lower-class people looking for different kinds of leisure: courtesans, gambles, brawls and political plots.
The structure has a rich and picaresque past and Giacomo Casanova especially enjoyed it, being one of its famous and frequent visitors.
A more sober yet equally rich atmosphere exudes now from these renovated walls, brought back to their original glory, which contain a luxury wheelchair users and disabled hotel equipped with the latest amenities.
The Venice wheelchair friendly Hotel Italy features 100 guest rooms, 2 rooms Superior are fully accessible with all the disabled bathroom facilities, richly appointed and charecterized by an ancient alluring grandeur.
The restaurant serves tempting delicacies from the local cuisine within a warm refined ambiance.
The hotel’s exclusive Restaurant buzzes at lunch and dinner with both the Venetian and international devotees of its superb cuisine and service.
Start your day with the continental breakfast with fresh in house baked pastries and fresh pressed juice, and in fine weather on the terrace overlooking the Grand Canal, American Breakfast, is served a la carte ( with surcharge ).
All the rooms you can choose from are decorated in grand style to live and feel Venice down to the smallest details.
The rooms are elegant and simple, with the Venetian style represented by fine fabrics, murrine glass, mosaics and sumptuous chandeliers of Murano island.
Baroque and minimalism are constantly merging.
With its rooms, the wheelchair users and disabled facilities can satisfy your desire.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, from all the different types of room available, you can choose the one you want and which best reflects the needs of your stay.