Set within one of the most authentic districts of this historic city, Dorsoduro, Sina Centurion Palace not only has a wealth of museums on your doorstep but also a friendly neighbourhood feel. Situated next door to the landmark basilica of Santa Maria della Salute at the mouth of the Grand Canal, it’s easy to get around from here on foot, or to take a water bus to numerous destinations along the water. St Mark’s Square in particular is easy to reach and just minutes away on the opposite bank.
Housed in the former convent of Palazzo Genovese, overlooking St Mark’s, the Sina Centurion Palace is not short on history. This peaceful address has rooms that are contemporary in style and created with discerning travellers in mind. Each of its 50 rooms and suites in unique, so you can choose between vibrant reds reminiscent of the Doges of Venice, or subtle shades that are pure Italian indulgence.
For your well-being and relaxation, the Sina Centurion Palace has a small gym on the top floor.
Nestled by the canal with striped moorings, Antinoo’s Lounge & Restaurant is quintessential Venice. With the flickering lights reflecting off the water, you can enjoy food cooked with the seasons, and an array of fresh fish that the seafaring city is so famous for. Tuck into the likes of duck carpaccio in pear sauce, langoustines with lentils, and pistachio-crusted veal or swordfish with artichokes.