Visa Premium Benefits
- Best available rate guarantee (temporarily unavailable)
- Automatic room upgrade upon arrival, when available
- Complimentary in-room Wi-Fi, when available
- Complimentary breakfast for two
- $25 USD food or beverage credit
- VIP Guest status
- Late check-out upon request, when available
A short stroll away from St Mark’s Square, Hotel Metropole Venice is accessible via a private water entrance, or a short drive from Marco Polo International Airport.
About This Hotel
Minutes from the iconic St. Mark’s Square, Hotel Metropole Venice offers a family-owned and character-filled accommodation option in one of the world’s great tourist cities.
It’s difficult to find a building in Venice without a story to tell, and the building that houses Hotel Metropole, Venezia has a particularly fascinating yarn to spin. The site once played host to music lessons from Vivaldi, while it was Sigmund Freud’s hotel of choice during a 19th century visit to Venice. The outbreak of World War II saw the site converted into a military hospital, before a local family purchased it, creating an authentically Venetian hotel in 1968.
Under the loving stewardship of the Beggiato family, Hotel Metropole Venice has crafted a unique hotel experience overlooking Bacino di San Marco. Within, an oriental vibe compliments the family’s own collection of artworks and antiques across the 67 guest rooms and common spaces. Each room fosters a particular look and feel, while amenities like air conditioning and Wi-Fi Internet come as standard. The beautiful bathrooms prove a particular highlight, each arrayed in marble or glittering mosaics, with luxurious Gilchrist & Soames amenities.
Outdoors, the Citrus Garden awaits, an enchanting realm of lush foliage, palms, orange trees, and jasmine. Here, you can wander and take in the exotic fragrances or enjoy dining alfresco. Elsewhere, you’ll find the Oriental-inspired Exclusive Spa and the enchanting Oriental Bar which offers creative and delicious fare.
Front desk (24-hour)
Free Wi-Fi Internet
Bottled Water in Room
Flat Screen TV