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Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice

1,909 reviews
+39 041 522 6480

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Child Care

Luxury Rooms and Sweeping Views at the Hotel Danieli 

What Do the Rooms Include? 

You’ll find the elegance of each room at the Danieli rivals some of the finest hotels in Venice. Although the hotel dates back to the 14th century, it has modern furnishings like flat-panel satellite TV, air-conditioning, and Wi-Fi for a surcharge. Premium bedding, blackout drapes, and a private bathroom with free toiletries ensure you’ll have a relaxing stay. 

What Amenities/Features Are Available? 

This inclusive hotel offers access to private beaches, water sports, tennis, and golf. During the summer months, take a swim in the nearby partner-hotel’s pool. Restaurant Terrazza Danieli offers guests a true taste of Venice with gourmet meals and incredible views of the Grand Canal and Adriatic Sea. Relax with afternoon tea, or kick back with a cocktail at the Bar Dandolo. The 24-hour front desk and concierge service will cater to your needs. 

How Much Will a Stay at Hotel Danieli Cost? 

A stay in the superior single typically runs $471 per night, and the deluxe double is $482 per night. The more spacious premium double room is usually $544 per night. 

What’s There to Do Nearby? 

See how royalty lived with a tour of Doge's Palace, and admire the frescoes in the San Zaccaria church. Think Venice provides affordable and informational tours of this classic city. End your day with a sunset stroll down the Riva Degli Schiavoni.

What’s the Bottom Line? 

This hotel is usually the choice for celebrities of cinema, opera, and fashion due to the opulent grounds and historic charm. If your philosophy is to spare no expense on your vacation, you may not mind the rates.   

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Riva Degli Schiavoni, 4196
Venice, 30122
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Fabulous and luxurious surroundings" "Excellent restaurant recommendations"
98% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Near to public transport, according to 100%.
"Stunning reception area" "Picturesque courtyard"
89% thought the building was wonderful.
98% loved the terrace.
"Staff were fantastic and professional" "Terrific staff members"
91% found the staff to be very friendly.
78% thought the service was very professional.
"Excellent breakfast buffet" "Breakfast experience on the terrace unbeatable"
81% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Stunning reception area" "Amazing piano player"
86% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
92% said it was a stylish hotel.
"Enormous bedroom" "Closets very small"
Only 58% said rooms were big enough.
90% said the beds were comfortable.
"Stained carpet" "Beautiful bed linen and towels"
92% thought the view was good.
Only 58% said rooms were big enough.
"Dining on the veranda overlooking the lagoon" "Resteraunt over priced"
80% loved the menu selection.
The price was too high for 76%.
"Smell of garlic" "Stained carpet"
Only 50% said rooms were clean enough.
73% said the bathroom was dirty.
"Bad internet" "24 hours for wifi is outrageous"
58% thought it was overpriced.
79% said the wifi quality was bad.
Value for money
"Resteraunt over priced" "Evening meal is rather over priced"
The price was too high for 76%.
58% thought it was overpriced.
Wellness Area
"Gym facilities are very small" "Lack of gym"
95% didn't like the fitness area.

Good to know...

Awesome terrace
Nice building
Great view
Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
Time Out
Whether or not you're staying at this Venetian classic, twirl through the revolving door to gawp at the magnificent reception hall.
Insight Guides
The splendid Gothic foyer is an attraction in itself, and the older rooms are very plush, although the modern extension is devoid of charm.
Travel + Leisure
Trio of buildings (including a 14th-century palazzo) on the water's edge near the Bridge of Sighs, with new rooms designed by Jacques Garcia.