Experience the most authentic Venice
The Palace between history and art
Guests of Ruzzini Palace Hotel have the privilege of experiencing a setting that celebrates the aristocratic period of Venice, enhanced by modern luxury and charme. The common areas, reception, lobby, bar, breakfast lounge, blend eloquently with the welcoming environment of the residence lounge where guests may escape during their free time into an oasis of tranquility.
- Ruzzini Palace Hotel
- 4 Star Hotel in Venice
- Period Residence
- 28 Rooms
- Meeting Room (accommodates 20)
- Breakfast Lounge
- Ruzzini Palace Amenities
- Disabled Access
- 24 hr Reception
- Wi-Fi Connection
- Internet Point in the Reception
- International Newspapers
- Bar 8.00 – 24.00
- Elevator Lift
- Entrance reservation to museums, exhibitions, and performances
- Guided Tour Bookings
- Transfer to/from airport and train station
- Rent a Car Desk
- Limousine Service
Ancient ambiance, modern services
For those visiting a Venice hotel for business purposes, you have at your disposal an elegant meeting room which can comfortably accommodate from 16 to 20 clients around the boardroom table, ideal for business meetings. The boardroom is equipped with Wi-Fi connection, large flat screen television with DVD reader, video conferencing services and an overhead projector.
The Concierge and a myriad amenities expected from the prestigious 4 star hotels of Venice will ensure that the guests of Ruzzini Palace will enjoy an unforgettable stay in Venice.
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Receptions and Concerts
The spacious reception hall on the main floor of the Ruzzini Palace Hotel, along with its XVIII century decor and double façade overlooking rio del Paradiso and campo Santa Maria Formosa, is the ideal setting for gala events. Whereas during the Venetian festivities of the Regata, Redentore and Carnival, the Ruzzini Palace becomes the venue of Venetian artists performing classical music concerts, canovacci and theatrical comedies.
A Glorious Story
Hotel Ruzzini Palace is housed within an ancient historical residence that once belonged to one of the most prominent Venetian families. During the era of the Serenissima Republic, they inhabited the historic residence for a long period in seamless continuity. The hotel overlooks campo Santa Maria Formosa on one side, and rio del Paradiso on the other, and still maintains a water entrance, which once was the main entry. The hotel’s present day design was entrusted to the architect Bartolomeo Manopola, whose Venetian works includes the marble façade of the clock overlooking the Ducal Palace courtyard.
Palazzo Loredan Ruzzini Priuli
Built during the late XVI century and early XVII century, Palazzo Loredan Ruzzini Priuli, as it was originally named, allowed the building to embody a dualistic expression as it transitioned from the renaissance to the baroque period. The rio del Paradiso façade dates back to the 1500s while the façade overlooking the campo preludes the Baroque period. The palazzo belongs to the architectural heritage of Venice, overseen by the Superintendence, for its historical and artistic value.
The current refurbishment recaptures the building’s original design and detailing, like the large portego (the lounge that stretches along the entire side wing of the residence), the exposed beams, Venetian-style floors, and, above all, once again proudly showcases the paintings by Gregorio Lazzarini (1655 – 1730). The teacher of Giambattista Tiepolo, Lazzarini’s frescoes depicting mythological scenes, “Juno’s Chariot” and “Zephyr and Flora”, that today grace the Royal Suite of the Ruzzini Palace, were commissioned to the artist by Carlo Ruzzini, the 113th Doge of Venice.