Hotel Palazzo Stern
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palazzo Stern Venice
Many hotels in Italy claim to be a "palace" but this one of those hotel gems that can genuinely lay claim to the title. Vastly rennovated in the beginning of the twentieth century the interior of this hotel is a work of art with Murano glass candeliers, Roman-style mosaics, at least one gilded icon, columns, and beautiful wooden floors. The rooms are of a decent size - comfortable and relaxing. The staff are very friendly and the location is well within walking distance of the Gallerie dell'Accademia and other Venetian landmarks.
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... but what stands out are the beautifully ornate ceilings in 24 carat gold. Also the huge Greater Council Chamber and Senate room on the top floor. Also the prison just a few feet from this Royal Palace is an amazing contrast and I suspect unique piece of town planning. No wonder The Bridge of Sighs that connects them is so significant. We run out of time to see the interior of St. Mark's so wander the Square, buy Anne some roses, then return to the boat by Vaporetti around ...
... artists. One was her second husband, Max Ernst who also helped her define her collection, which consists of over 200 paintings and sculptures
representing almost every modern art movement. There is one room dedicated to Jackson Pollock whom she discovered and promoted.
The Guggenheim is one of Venice’s most visited sights. The light-filled rooms and the modern canvases provide a striking contrast to the Renaissance ...
... down and making sure we had all our belongings we headed straight for the ticket office to get a “water bus” travelcard for the day.
We arrived fairly early, so Venice wasn’t busy. It was nice wandering through the narrow back alleys and along the smaller canals, watching locals leave for work and shopkeepers opening up shop for another day of trade. Without following a map we stumbled upon Rialto ...
Wakeup call at 5.30am, a quick shower and back to the airport for our 8.15 flight to Venice.
Made it thru passport control and met up with Jenny and Pete at the baggage carousel.
Caught the water taxi to the San Marco pier, and followed our directions to our hotel.
Dropped off the bags ...
Walking through Venice is amazing, the 118 islands connected by over 400 bridges means every corner is a photo opportunity. We took so many photos of bridges, canals, gondolas and moored boats. With 400 bridges to cross we gave up counting. So many bridges; wooden ones, stone ones, elaborate ones, practical ones, private ones, famous ones and very humble looking ones.
The Rialto Bridge was definitely a favorite, the girls loved ...