Palazzo Venart In Venice Exudes Palatial Michelin Opulency

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Palazzo Venart In Venice Exudes Palatial Michelin Opulency

4 February 2020

A stunning testimony to grand dining straight out of an art historian’s handbook; the palatial Palazzo Venart offers the discerning traveller a 2 star Michelin experience of a lifetime.   Step back into time to uncover the exquisitely crafted and ornate frescoes, complete with gold leaf ceilings, set amidst its palatial interiors that combine to create a glorious reconstruction of renaissance living within a carefully conserved 16th Century building.

The opulent interiors adorned with gilt edged ceilings, velvet chaises longues, and rich intricately brocaded fabrics, extend this luxurious theme throughout the hotel’s public and private quarters – since its’ sympathetic but elaborately extravagant refurbishment by leading hotelier group Taiwanese LDC.

To remain part of this amazing stretch of Venetian canal waterside, yet distanced enough to enjoy the tranquility of the surrounds; the charm and character of the courtyard area offers a more relaxed and less formal space.  Just enough time to take a walk through the gardens, ponder where you want to go next, or just take a breathful respite and reflect on the interesting aspects you’ve come across throughout the day.  The well kept but not overly manicured gardens with gates opening straight onto the canalside offer some of the most stunning views across Venice’s Grand canal.

The positioning of this centrally placed gastronomic haven make it well placed to take in the sights that surround St Mark’s Square since its’ just 10 minutes walk away – yet offering calm, tranquil surrounds, and complete escapism from it.   The 2 star Michelin restaurant ‘Glam’ pays homage to one of the youngest Michelin star chefs Enrico Bardolini, aged 26, responsible for already attaining 5 Michelin stars at the restaurants he’s worked in.  Eating here is an elaborately exquisite experience not to be missed, if you care for simple, traditional, well constructed dishes, with a slight edge, within the confines of an elegant dining space.

Palazzo Venart is located at Calle Tron 1961,
Santa Croce,

30135 Venice , Italy
https://www.palazzovenart.com/

Sandrine Lester