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"Enter the Venetian history where art nouveau, stile liberty and modernism mingle."

A few canals over from the Piazza San Marco and La Fenice opera house stands the Nolinski Venezia. Its majestic façade, adorned with mythical creatures, the daughters of Poseidon, reminds us of the potency that La Serenissima draws from its waters. Here we enter Venetian history through the doors of the old Stock Exchange. Art Nouveau, Stile Liberty and Modernism are brought together in well-proportioned harmony, enhanced by the work of interior designers Le Coadic Scotto.

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Over five floors, art and noble materials reign supreme: stucco marbro and marmorino contrast with mango wood joinery and paneling, while classical and contemporary works of art indulge the eye in even the most tucked away corners of the hotel. In tune with the city, the 43 rooms, including 13 suites, each unique in design, offer a haven of peace and the promise of a unique and timeless stay.


The spirit of Nolinski is epitomised by the unique and multiple gastronomic offerings created by chef Philip Chronopoulos. A reflection of his own personality, the menu is the perfect marriage of the bounty of Mediterranean cuisine and French culinary technique.


The treatment suite and the gold mosaic-tiled pool, with its view over the Venetian rooftops, together offer the visitor a timeless sensory escape. Two separate spaces – one for beauty treatments by La Colline, the other for meditative relaxation.

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The library bar

The Bar, which extends the colonnaded perspective of the lobby, inspires the sharing of secrets, or the kind of reading where you lose yourself completely in a book, or solitary contemplation. A library of more than four thousand books nourishes the mind, while the piano invites hands to unfurl over the keys. The ceiling fresco by the artist Simon Buret opens the imagination, like an invitation to a journey within a journey.


Each space is unique, an invitation to the heart of the Nolinski Venezia.

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