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Venice, a historic and romantic city brimming with hotels, each more unusual than the last. Among these, and just a few steps from the San Marco Canal, lies a pearl. With its chimera-like façade, the Nolinski Venezia invites you to step back in time. Designed by architects Yann Le Coadic and Alessandro Scotto, the hotel blends Art Nouveau and modernism in a harmony of dreamlike images. 

The 43-room hotel, including 13 suites, offers a five-storey journey back to the past, thanks to the noble materials used.  Marble is omnipresent and wood panelling creates a contrast that makes for a magical universe. A plunge into art is also made possible thanks to the ancient, but also contemporary, works that catch the eye of customers throughout the establishment’s corridors. Every room has been thought through to the smallest detail, offering a haven of peace for a timeless stay.

This showcase features gastronomy created by chef Philip Chronopoulos. A menu where the generosity of the Mediterranean flirts with the excellence of French culinary techniques to the delight of the taste buds. 

Nolinski Venezia is in tune with the city, with its library of more than four thousand books, through which the musical notes of the piano flow. The room features a magnificent ceiling fresco by artist Simon Buret, which opens onto a splendid living room.

The address offers every visitor a true sensory journey between art and history. 

Nolinski Venezia

Calle Larga XXII Marzo, Venise (Italie)

Thomas Durin