At a Glance
- an uncommon ambience
- standard rooms have pleasant side canal, but not Grand Canal, views
- at times, unpleasant odors waft from the side canal
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Palazzo Barbarigo Review
It is not unusual to find an opulent hotel along the Grand Canal; it is unusual to discover black marble, matte lacquer, indirect lighting, and 1940s design perfectly ensconced in a 16th-century Venetian palace. Massive mirrors soar from floor to ceiling to create a feeling of spaciousness. Each room, whether suite or standard, feels like a refuge; a long, ultra-chic bar runs the length of the piano nobile (principal floor) to a balcony above the canal, just large enough for a table and two chairs.