HotelsSan Clemente Palace Resort, An Enchanting Secret of Venetian Heritage

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One of Italy’s most enchanting secrets, San Clemente Palace is a city resort located on its own island in the Venice lagoon, just 10 minutes from San Marco Square via the hotel’s complimentary boats.

A tranquil sanctuary on the doorstep of Venice, San Clemente Palace Kempinski is one of Italy’s most enchanting secrets. The stately resort immerses guests in the drama, glamour, and heritage of Venice. The 900-year-old landmark property is comprised of a series of beautifully restored monastery buildings, as well as a 12th-century chapel, and nearly 15 acres of ancient gardens, courtyards, and terraces boasting breath-taking views of the city on the horizon.

San Clemente Palace Kempinski was recognised, once again, as the Best Hotel in Venice by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2020.

San Clemente

Luxury

San Clemente Palace Kempinski has 32 special and 34 junior suites, and 130 luxury rooms in which Venetian decorations blend with legacy design elements, while typical high Venetian ceilings create a sense of home. San Clemente Suite was selected as “Europe’s Leading Hotel Suite” in 2018.

The hotel features three bars and three special restaurants, including a signature restaurant with terraces overlooking the lagoon. San Clemente Palace Kempinski’s executive chef masterfully creates epicurean aquarelles beyond expectations that depict delicacies from the Adriatic Sea, and culinary inspirations of modern Venetian and East Mediterranean origin.

San Clemente Palace Kempinski also features the Europe’s Best Hotel Spa 2019 & 2020 award winner Merchant of Venice Spa. The unique spa experience offers a luxurious couples’ suite, and indulgent wet area with sauna, steam bath and showers, together with a hair salon.

The hotel’s heated outdoor swimming pool is the ideal location for a refreshing break during the entire season. The hotel also features a great range of fitness facilities, a 1,500-metre jogging path through the centuries-old park, the pitch-and-putt course, and the tennis court.

Visit the San Clemente Palace website here.

 

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