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In the Museum City, the Venice Venice Hotel offers a new way to discover the Serenissima, in the historic Ca’ da Mosto palace. 

Presented as an avant-garde hotel project that combines the mastery of arts, crafts and design with the art of living in tune with the times, the Venice Venice Hotel is a new approach to the world of hospitality, born of respect and awareness of the fragility of this city, suspended in time. This new approach is reflected in the creation of a style, the Neo-Venetian style, which blends the traditional and the contemporary, “with the intention of anticipating an aesthetic, a practice, born of the assembly and natural eclecticism linked to its palimpsest history”, we explain.

Inside the rooms, with their breathtaking views, architecture, fashion, art and design merge to tell a page in the history of the most influential international avant-garde movements of the last century.

Built as a homage to Carlo Scarpa’s architecture, where modernity and antiquity meet, the entrance leads between the palace’s two main floors, which serve the bedrooms. All different from one another, they are conceived from a project that challenges the classical canons of space distribution. Conceived as a global work of art, each environment appeals to the intuitive and emotional demands of design, which Alessandro Gallo defines as romantic functionalism.


In its maximum expression of the post-Venetian concept, the architectural project conceived by The Erose Brand has experimented in many areas, not least that of materials. Traditional techniques, normally used for terrace flooring, become vertical finishing and decorative elements, such as “Cipollino” marble (veined marble), which is combined with both rough surfaces and contemporary textures such as cement or natural cocoa fibre for the flooring.

Every element of design and furnishing has been conceived and created by The Erose: from canopy beds in brass, metal and leather, to sculptural elements in ceramic or resin.

Collaborations with emblematic houses in the sector help to create the unique character of this venue; from the bespoke lighting system created for The Erose with iGuzzini, to the Agape bathtub designed by Patricia Urquiola, not forgetting the iconic Bang & Olufsen large-screen TV model – reissued exclusively for The Venice Venice Hotel – or the elegant CH20 chair – a piece of historic design – produced in a unique edition and in special collaboration with Carl Hansen. 

The final images in the “Postvenezianità” attitude evokes an idea of contemporary, minimalist luxury, leaving enough space to admire the view of the city, the real protagonist of the project.

Lisa Agostini