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Filled with museum-quality treasures, Aman Venice’s home on the Grand Canal is the 16th century Palazzo Papadopoli, one of the city’s most storied buildings. The great 18th century painter Tiepolo once lived here and his frescoes even adorn the walls of some of the rooms. But, the beauty doesn’t stop inside; Aman Venice’s two gardens are among the city’s rarest private green spaces. And, when it comes to exploring beyond the hotel’s immaculate grounds, local experts are on hand to curate authentic, cultural encounters away from the crowds, reaching the heart of Venetian passions as they combine a reverence to the past and an appreciation of the present.
Guests feel as though they are living like a Venetian in a 16th century Palazzo, overlooking the Grand Canal with the romance and history of this iconic city surrounded by water.
Each of Aman Venice’s 24 rooms and suites is individually decorated and includes a kingsize bed and sitting area. The historically significant interiors have been sensitively furnished by Jean-Michel Gathy. It’s difficult to choose a ‘favorite’ room category as they are all stunning and unique, but we particularly love the Palazzo Chamber Affresco with its stunning frescoes and views over the private garden of the Palazzo. Guests will feel like they are looking out onto their own private Venetian garden – a real treat.
Located on the fourth floor with facilities for strength and conditioning programs, the fitness studio will keep active travelers happy. There’s a dedicated area for weights and stretching. Not to mention, it all comes complete with panoramic rooftop views. Personal training is available on request.
The Aman Spa is a sanctuary of wellness tucked into a third-floor mezzanine. There are three spa suites with dressing room and bathroom. Guests will enjoy signature treatments by Aman and Salsomaggiore Terme, one of Italy’s most famous spa regions.
Paying tribute to Italy’s rich culinary heritage, Arva is a new dining concept brought to life by Aman Venice’s Executive Chef Dario Ossola, incorporating signature dishes by Creative Consultant Davide Oldani. This unique new dining experience is based on inventive Italian cooking techniques, utilizing simple, locally-sourced ingredients. Arva celebrates the shared enjoyment of uncomplicated flavours in a welcoming and convivial atmosphere.
The Aman Venice team was thrilled to recently announce the launch of the Palazzo Kitchen Table, a unique culinary concept comprising of a calendar of exclusive gatherings, held throughout the year in an intimate kitchen setting within the lush gardens of the 16th Century Palazzo Papadopoli that is Aman Venice. Each gathering will be hosted by world-renowned chefs, with the aim of celebrating locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. Connect with your travel advisor for details on upcoming events.
Bask in the city’s late-afternoon sunshine from Aman Venice’s bar, the perfect spot for watching the sunset over the floating city. A homage to Lord Byron, the bar is warm and inviting, and overlooks Aman Venice’s Grand Canal-side secret garden. Order from the extensive selection of gins, the largest in the city, or ask the mixologist for a bespoke creation. In a city known for its crowds, it’s incredible to have this much space and tranquility. It’s the perfect spot to admire the view while enjoying a Bellini!Katie Frederick Jacobson
This property is ideal for couples, but could also suit families.
Set on the Grand Canal, in the San Polo neighbourhood so away from the crowds and where you can enjoy the real Venetian life, yet less than 10 minutes from the Rialto bridge.
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