Centurion Palace

Dorsoduro 173, 30123 Venice, Italy
5 reviews

With unrivalled views across the Grand Canal and over St Mark's Square, Centurion Palace in Venice, Italy, started out in life as a monastery. Now a luxury hotel with a canal entrance, guests can arrive at this typically Gothic Venetian building by water taxi. Inside, the 50 rooms are ultra-modern with a welcoming ambiance.

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    0.1 mi

    Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    0.1 mi from Centurion Palace
    29 reviews

    This was one of the highlights of our trip to Venice. The collection focuses on early 20th century art, so it's a nice change-up from the other museums in town (although admittedly that may not be what some are looking for in Venice, particularly when the visit is short). The sculpture garden outside is small but fun and whimsical (we ...

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    0.23 mi

    Ponte dell'Accademia

    0.23 mi from Centurion Palace
    23 reviews

    Although all the bridges in Venice were unique and charming in their own way, the three bridges crossing the Grand Canal were the most impressive. This bridge is somewhat less crowded, and offers great souvenir shopping nearby.

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    0.25 mi

    Galleria dell'Accademia

    0.25 mi from Centurion Palace
    8 reviews

    The Accademia is one of the finest collections of Italian painting in the world. Visiting the Accademia introduced me to Tintoretto, who is one of my favorite painters to this day. Spending a morning in the Accademia is an essential part of visiting Venice.

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    0.13 mi

    Punta Della Dogana

    0.13 mi from Centurion Palace
    6 reviews

    Punta Della Dogana is definitely one of the top 10 must-see in Venice. This Museum which at least its concrete interiors rehabilitated by Tadao Ando will impress you, features very interesting installations as well as very large paintings. Too bad the other same-style museum Palazzo Grassi was closed at the moment. Don't miss to go for free around the building, ...

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  • 5
    0.22 mi

    Interpreti Veneziani

    0.22 mi from Centurion Palace
    2 reviews

    This was definitely a random jewel of a find during our carefully planned trip to Italy that became the highlight of our days spent in Venice. The hotel we stayed at was a bridge away from the plaza where San Vidal Church, the venue in which the Interpreti Veneziani held their performances, was located. Having decided against a gondola ride, ...

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    0.17 mi

    Calle Larga 22 Marzo

    0.17 mi from Centurion Palace
    2 reviews

    We discovered this street mistakenly after experiencing the acqua alta at San Marco's square and missed the night vaporetto. So we had to walk all the way back to the hotel. And we've taken this street, from Armani to Zegna, passing by Hermès and just watching the meticulously designed window shops of these grand designers, made me forget my anger. ...

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    0.02 mi

    Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    0.02 mi from Centurion Palace
    2 reviews

    At first I didn't want to "waste" my vacation time in Venice by going to this museum. I figured, why the heck should I pay to see some great American artworks after I flew all this way to Italy? Well, if you are a fan of abstract expressionism (in particular Calder or Jackson Pollock), then this museum is a MUST ...

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    0.06 mi

    St Maria of Salute Basilica

    0.06 mi from Centurion Palace
    2 reviews

    Santa Maria della Salute, or as most Italians in Venice refer to it, La Salute, is a Roman Catholic Basilica built to honor the thousands of Venetians (Venice lost a third of it's population) who were killed during the outbreak of the Black Plague in 1631. The construction on the Salute started a year after the plague end, and over ...

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  • 9
    0.19 mi

    La Biennale di Venezia

    0.19 mi from Centurion Palace
    2 reviews

    La Biennale of Venice is a major art exhibition that takes place in Venice every two years. When I was there, there were architectural exhibits from all over the world.

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  • 10
    0.23 mi

    Bottega Veneta

    0.23 mi from Centurion Palace
    1 review

    Bottega Veneta leather is something you couldn,t figure out since you don,t touch it. It is a very expensive italian brand with luxury shops all over the world. there a re two in Venice and this one is absolutely lovely.

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  • 11
    0.22 mi

    Santo Stefano

    0.22 mi from Centurion Palace
    1 review

    A beautiful Campo in the earth of Venice, quite large and quite close to La Fenice theatre. There are beautiful venetian palaces looking the Campo. I had once the chance to visit one private house there... It was completely covered by frescos inside.... Wonderful. Keeping ponte of Accademia at the back and walking through the Campo, More or less alf ...

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    0.14 mi

    Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio

    0.14 mi from Centurion Palace
    1 review

    The Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio, otherwise known as Santa Maria Zobenigo, resides in a surprisingly quiet area west of the Piazza San Marco. The church has what is considered one of the finest baroque facades in Venice. The church was founded in the 9th century but was rebuilt between 1678 and 1681. I didn't have the opportunity to ...

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    0.29 mi

    Al Vaporetto

    0.29 mi from Centurion Palace
    27 reviews

    This is definitely the most convenient way to get around Venice, and after walking everywhere it's probably also the least expensive.

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  • 14
    0.34 mi

    Piazza San Marco

    0.34 mi from Centurion Palace
    166 reviews

    Romance, history, beauty... Come sit by the canals at St. Mark's Square and sip a drink as you watch gondolas pick up their passengers to sing songs to and charm. The museum there show great art pieces from hundreds of years ago, amazing, beautiful, and memories to last a lifetime...

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    0.36 mi

    Rialto Markets

    0.36 mi from Centurion Palace
    27 reviews

    This incredible market is a highlight of Venice. Everything is remarkably fresh and the market seems to go on forever!

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  • 16
    0.41 mi

    Gondola Service

    0.41 mi from Centurion Palace
    55 reviews

    A Traghetto ride across the Grand Canal is by far the cheapest and quickest way to take a Gondola ride in Venice. Traghetti ply their trade at various points where there isn't a convenient bridge. Cost is less than€1. The boats are old gondolas that have been stripped of their brocaded chairs and other luxury trimmings. They are rowed by ...

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  • 17
    0.38 mi

    Torro dell' Orologio

    0.38 mi from Centurion Palace
    7 reviews

    Simply a stunning clock, surrounded by iconic architecture.

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  • 18
    0.4 mi

    Basilica di San Marco

    0.4 mi from Centurion Palace
    94 reviews

    Throughout Europe, I've seen many cathedrals, but this is still one of the most impressive. The golden ceiling is stunning. Entrance is free, but to see the treasury or altar, you'll have to pay a few euros

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    0.72 mi

    Grand Canal

    0.72 mi from Centurion Palace
    82 reviews

    The Grand Canal is a busy busy throughway right through the central of Venice. Watching it in action with boats with goods and gondolas traversing is quite an amazing experience.

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    0.92 mi


    0.92 mi from Centurion Palace
    15 reviews

    I nice place to rest and look at the sculptures guarding the old arsenale. I didn't go in (not sure if you can), but it was still a good destination to set at one corner of the island.

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