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Boutique hotels

Marco Polo-inspired suites: Aqua Palace “With its exotic, spice-route vibe and burnished colour palette of gold, bronze and grey, the Aqua Palace is a heady mix of modern amenities and Eastern romance.” - Lonely Planet  

Chic B&B in a 15th-century palazzo: CimaRosa Venezia: “An intimate, stylish home that gives guests a real feeling of living like a local in this city of tourists.” - I-escape  

Affordable luxury: Novecento Boutique Hotel: “A tiny, family run, bohemian boutique hotel, inspired by Mariano Fortuny, the famous painter and fashion designer from the 1920s.” - Hip Hotels  

Art Nouveau meets modernism: Ca’ Pisani: “A cultural meeting point for artists and critics of all stripes, this classical-meets-1930s-Futurist hotspot is a work of art itself.” - Design Hotels  

Grand Canal hideaway: Al Ponte Antico: “Enjoying an incomparable location, this family owned and run boutique hotel offers magnificent accommodation in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.” - Great Small Hotels  

1920s garden villa: Oltre il Giardino: “One of our greatest pleasures is finding somewhere that does things differently and Oltre il Giardino – on the far side of the garden – is surely it.” - Secret Places  

Honeymood hotspot: Ca’ Maria Adele: “Honeymooners love the exotic themed rooms in this boutique hotel, as do style-conscious travellers interested in an alternative use of the Venetian brocade-and-glass idiom.” - The Telegraph  

Burano with colors: Casa Burano: “Wake up in one of Burano’s famous candy-coloured houses, courtesy of the stylish folks at Venissa who have converted five classic homes into an albergo diffuso – basically a spread-out hotel.” - Lonely Planet

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