Ca’ di Dio is one of the most important recent hotel openings in Venice. While Venice is perhaps the most architecturally significant city in the world, it offers very few hotels that appeal to guests with modern design sensibilities.
Famed architect Patricia Urquiola’s new project features clean lines and modern spaces that stay true to Venice’s historic roots. The hotel is located in a transformed former ecclesiastical compound dating from 1272. The common areas of the hotel are appointed with modern Murano glass fixtures, and various design elements are inspired by the
city’s nautical heritage.
The friendly staff serves up classic and inventive twists on classic cocktails and cicchetti in the hotel’s luxe cocktail bar. On a nice day, you can have cocktails or dine waterside.
Ca’ di Dio overlooks the lagoon, with direct access for boat docking, 57 suites, and a spa It’s just a 10-minute walk from Piazza San Marco.
Note: Ca’ di Dio, Provided support for the reporting of this story.