SINA Palazzo Sant'Angelo

  • City Breaks, Italy, Venice

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Boasting a private pier and enviable proximity to both the Rialto Bridge and St Mark’s Square, the SINA Palazzo Sant’Angelo is an exceptional base for exploring the city. Once a private residence, this Gothic-Revival style property maintains classical Venetian opulence and exceptional service as warm and welcoming staff go above and beyond to make your stay in Venice a memorable one.

A rich continental breakfast buffet is served each morning with both hot and cold options which makes for the perfect way to start your day of exploring. Situated in the heart of the Grand Canal, Piazza San Marco, Teatro La Fenice, Palazzo Grassi and the Peggy Guggenheim gallery can all be reached on foot or by vaparetto, the latter of which can be taken right from your door step.

In the evening, the in house ‘American Bar’ invites you to sit on the terrace overlooking the late night gondolas all the while sipping a delicious cocktail, and dinner can be taken at Antinoo’s Lounge and Restaurant should you wish. Just a short walk away you can find the sinfully luxurious Il Mercante, an award winning cocktail bar hidden in the shadows of the Basilica dei Frari or dinner at the exceptional Il Ridotto which is perfect for any ‘foodies’ wanting to get a taste of true Venetian cuisine. If, after all of this, you should feel the need for some well-earned rest and relaxation, the fabulous wellness facilities at the Palazzo Sant’Angelo range from couples massages to hammam at local charges.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour by water taxi from Venice Marco Polo Airport or approx. 1 hour 5 mins by private car and water taxi from Venice Treviso Airport

Added value

Stay 3 nights and get 1 night free on holidays between 01 Nov - 29 Dec 19, 01 Jan - 19 Feb 20, 24 Feb - 26 Mar 20 and 01 Nov - 29 Dec 20

Save up to 10% on holidays between 01 Nov - 29 Dec 19, 01 Jan - 19 Feb 20, 24 Feb - 26 Mar 20 and 01 Nov - 29 Dec 20 booked at least 30 days before departure

Deluxe Room Offer: Stay 3 nights and get 1 night free on holidays between 20 - 23 Feb 20, 27 Mar - 30 Apr 20 and 05 Jul - 27 Aug 20 (free nigh not valid on Fri or Sat)

Save up to 10% on the hotel price on holidays between 20 - 23 Feb 20, 27 Mar - 30 Apr 20 and 05 Jul - 27 Aug 20 booked at least 30 days before departure

Deluxe Room Offer: Stay 4 nights and get 1 night free on holidays between 30 -31 Dec 19, 01 May - 04 Jul 20, 28 Aug - 31 Oct 20 and 30 - 31 Dec 20 (valid only on mid week stays)

Save up to 20% at Antinoo's Lounge & Restaurant of the Hotel Centurion Palace, the sister 5-star luxury Hotel (redeemed locally)

Deluxe room and Junior Suite Offer: Italian sparkling wine in room on arrival

  • No. of rooms: 26
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 0
  • Annex:
  • Official rating: 5

Classic Rooms are around 18m² and are finished in a classic Venetian style, with views over the garden or internal courtyard. Rooms have a double or twin beds and the bathrooms are made in Carrara marble, each with a luxurious Jacuzzi tub. Facilities include air conditioning, TV, free wifi, minibar, safe and hairdryer.

Deluxe Rooms offer more space at 22m². They too have views over the courtyard or side canal views. They can sleep up to three adults and offer the same facilities as other rooms.

Single Occupancy Rooms classic rooms and deluxe rooms are available for single occupancy or request, please call to book. 

Junior Suite Classic are available on request, please call to book. 


  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: No

A rich continental breakfast buffet is served each morning offering fresh local produce with both hot and cold options. It makes for the perfect way to start your day of exploring Venice and its waterways. Breakfast is served from 7.00am - 10.30am

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast

Charm laden canals, golden squares, waterside palaces – it’s little wonder that Venice is billed as the most romantic city on earth.

A city for the curious, getting lost in Venice is half the fun. Time-worn streets lead you past tiny pizzerias and shops hung with Venetian masks. Gondoliers glide down waterways navigated by their ancestors, while vaporetti speed down the Grand Canal to St Mark’s Square and the Rialto Bridge. Islands gather in the surrounding Venetian Lagoon – and each have their own specialty. Nip over to Murano to see the masterful glass blowers or to Burano to wander the canals framed by rainbow-coloured houses.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service in Venice.

Things to do in resort

Piazza San Marco

Home to the Basilica di San Marco, the Torre dell’Orologio and the Doge’s Palace, Saint Marks Square marks the heart of Venice and you’re bound to be drawn to it in no time. The square has a great energy about it always buzzing with people and plenty to see and do.

Basilica di San Marco

It’s one of the most visited sights in the city for good reason! The Basilica is a beautiful example of Byzantine architecture with its five teardrop domes. Its lavish decoration and intricate gilt mosaics have lead it to be nicknamed the Basilica d’Oro or Golden Basilica. It originated as the chapel of the Doge and became the resting place of Saint Mark in 829. The ornate decorations are in part thanks to a law passed by the Doge in 1075, which required all ships returning to Venice to bring back something precious to decorate the basilica. Spot the spot the “modern” mosaic designs by the likes of Titian and Tintoretto, as you explore this architectural masterpiece. These designs replaced some of the originals between 1500 and 1750.

Harry’s Bar

Harry’s bar has been a popular watering hole for artists, writers and aristocrats since 1929. The home of the original Bellini, Harry’s bar is where Giuseppe Cipriani invented the delicious combination of prosecco and pureed white peaches in 1948 and named it after the 15th century artist Giovanni Bellini.


Learn about the elite pursuit of the glassmaking artisans of the Venetian Republic with a trip to the island of Murano in the Venetian Lagoon. You’ll find glass-lined streets, factories and shops selling the famous colourful glass. Weekday mornings are the best time to catch the glass blowers in action.

The Venetian Ghetto

This was the Jewish quarter of Venice from the 16th to 19th centuries. Originally, a getto (foundry) it became the living quarters of the Venetian Jewish community. The law restricted them to this district at night and during Christian Holidays. With growing numbers of people and limited space, the buildings grew taller, housing synagogues and publishing houses. It wasn't until Venice joined with Italy in 1866 that full emancipation was gained for the Jewish people of Venice. However, this was short lived with many fleeing before the Nazi occupation. Today, the Jewish Museum brings to life the tumultuous history of Venetian Jews by sharing their stories. The Jewish quarter is a vibrant site of Jewish history, with a distinct Jewish population still living here. Wander through the streets lined with synagogues, restaurants and bakeries.

Venice Lido

The Venice Lido is a small island in the Venetian lagoon which has lovely beaches and great views of the city. Take a break from city life and find a spot on the 11 kilometre coastline. There’s a public beach to the north (come early to get a good spot) or you can choose from one of the paid private beaches.

The Bridge of Sighs

Known as the Ponte dei Sospiri in Italian, the covered bridge passes over the Rio di Palazzo and links the Doges Palace to the Prigioni, the prisons built across the canal in the 16th century. Hence the name, the bridge of sighs, it’s the last thing the prisoners would see before being incarcerated. As you pass beneath, spot the ten faces that decorate its baroque exterior, only one is smiling. If you visit the Doges Palace you can actually cross the bridge, but the best views are from the water.

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

If you’ve had your share of Renaissance and are looking for something more contemporary, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection is the place to go. It offers a more modern roster of works by mostly European artists from Picasso to Matisse, curated by the eccentric American heiress in the mid-20th century. Think cubism, futurism and surrealism. The gallery's artsy café is a great spot for a tea or coffee break.

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 12.3278783
  • Latitude: 45.435319

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Bars & Restaurants

American Bar overlooks the magnificent Grand Canal. It is the perfect spot to watch the waterway with its gondolas ferrying people from shore to shore whilst sipping a typically Venetian Aperol Spritz. The bar serves a wide selection of drinks, cocktails and wines. Here you can also enjoy afternoon tea. Open from 10.00am – Midnight.

Breakfast is served in a typically venetian setting in a room decorated with venetian wood panels decorated with luxurious fabrics. The breakfast buffet is served here each day offering a wide selection of fresh local produce, fresh pastries, bread, cereals, yoghurt and fresh fruit as well as some hot options. Open from 7.00am – 10.30am

Antinoo’s Lounge and Restaurant is a short walk from the hotel at the SINA Centurion Palace. The pleasant walk takes you over the Accademia bridge and leads you to the restaurant in about 15 minutes. Here you can enjoy an unforgettable gastronomic experience right on the banks of the grand canal. The restaurant has a few exclusive outdoor tables on the deck over the canal (reserve in advance). The Mediterranean dishes created by the chef are individual and colourful works of art inspired by the beautiful venetian surroundings. Lunch is served from 12.30pm – 2.30pm and dinner is served between 7.30pm and 10.30pm.

General Facilities

• Private pier on the Grand Canal
• Free wifi

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per person from £598
Includes £75pp discount
Hotel Palazzo Sant'Angelo
Venice, City Breaks,Bed & Breakfast
11/07/2020 - 3 nights
2 adults
From London Gatwick
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