Belmond Hotel Cipriani
At a Glance
This hotel sits on the tip of Giudecca Island, just four minutes from San Marco by water taxi
Rather unique for Venice, this hotel boasts lush private gardens and a large Olympic sized heated outdoor pool
Explore the beauties of the lagoon aboard the hotel’s private boat, “Shirley”, a splendid wooden vessel commanded by a knowledgeable captain, available upon request
A must is to sample the hotel's 'Fortuny Restaurants' famous dish - Taglierini verdi al Prosciutto gratinati, simply divine
Cipriani commands unrivalled views of the lagoon and Doge’s Palace, sip a Bellini in The Gabbiano Bar before dinner and enjoy
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Situated within private, lush gardens, the hotel perfectly combines access to the buzz and theater of Venice with quiet, relaxing isolation complete with a fabulous pool and tennis court. The hotel offers 79 luxuriously appointed, Venetian style rooms featuring stunning local artifacts.
The Porticciolo Pool Restaurant is open for lunch daily and serves alfresco, buffet-style lunches and snacks, including an enticing array of regional specialties and drinks. The Oro Restaurant is one of Venice's most lavish dining rooms adorned with blown Murano glass chandeliers and silks. With two expansive terraces bordering the lagoon, this is a truly romantic setting. Those looking for a more casual evening setting may choose the Cip's Club, a typical Italian pizzeria and grill that serves pizza from a wood-burning oven as well as local Venetian food - the views over the Piazza San Marco are simply stunning. Bars include the Piano Bar Gabbiano, the San Giorgio Bar, and the Poolside Bar.
The hotel also offers a wellness center featuring a range of treatments, fitness center and hair salon.
The 79 delightful suites and rooms of the Belmond Hotel Cipriani offer breathtaking views over the open lagoon and the Casanova gardens.
|Double Room Lagoon View||
Double Lagoon View Rooms are decorated in typical Venetian style. With amazing views out over the lagoon and cityscape of Venice. Some have a separate shower and bathtub. King-sized or twin beds. From 25 m2.
|Double Garden View Rooms||
These rooms overlook the lush Casanova gardens and vineyard. Enjoy a perfect start to the day with breakfast on your balcony or terrace. King-sized or twin beds. From 25 m2.
|Double Lagoon View Rooms with Balcony||
With a spacious sitting area and glorious Venetian decor these double rooms feature a private balcony or terrace with uninterrupted lagoon views. King-sized or twin beds. From 25 m2
|Double Rooms Palazzetto St Mark’s View||
Situated in the Palazzetto, connected to Palazzo Vendramin, these magnificent rooms overlook St Mark’s Square. With fully equipped kitchenettes and butler service, these are a great choice. From 25 m2.
|Garden View Junior Suites||
Junior suites boast a comfortable sitting area and most enjoy the luxury of two bathrooms. Peaceful balconies or terraces overlook the Casanova gardens and vineyard. King-sized or twin beds. Bathrooms with separate bath and shower. From 40 m2.
|Lagoon View Junior Suites||
These decadent rooms feature uninterrupted lagoon vistas from a balcony or terrace. Some terraces come complete with sunbeds, tables and chairs. Oversized bathrooms offer double vanities with separate showers. King-sized or twin beds. From 40 m2.
|Poolside Junior Suites||
Poolside Junior Suites provide direct access to the hotel's swimming pool and feature private gardens or balconies. Bathrooms boast luxurious double vanities, separate showers and generous bathtubs. King-sized or twin beds. From 40 m2.
|Lagoon View Suites||
Lagoon View Suites are located on higher levels giving them sweeping vistas of the lagoon and islands of Venice. Families may add extra children’s beds to the spacious lounge. King-sized or twin beds. Bathrooms with separate bath and shower. Spacious living room. From 78 m2.
|Lagoon View Suite with Balcony||
Lagoon View Suites offer spectacular lagoon views from their terrace or balcony. With king-sized or twin beds, bathrooms with separate bath and shower. From 78 m2.
Exclusive Suites boast vast balconies and generous living rooms. A prime location within the hotel affords wonderful lagoon vistas. Rooms may be connected to create an exclusive two or three-bedroom suite. King-sized or twin beds. Bathrooms with separate bath and shower. From 78 m2.
|Palazzo Vendramin Suites||
Palazzo Vendramin Suites overlook St Mark’s Square and Doge’s Palace or the Hotel Cipriani’s gardens. Many garden view suites feature an exclusive terrace or garden. King-sized or twin beds. Bathrooms with separate bath and shower.
Spacious living room. From 78 m2.
From mid-May to mid-September, the hotel provides a supervised playroom. Activities include necklace and bag making, painting and crafts, balloon games, traditional Venetian mask making, picnics in the gardens or a pastry lesson with the chef.
Children's pool, special children's Welcome Kit, a variety of children’s DVDs, sleepers and bathrobes, disposable bottles, cribs and high chairs, professional babysitting service upon request.
Oro Restaurant - serving Venetian specialties in an elegant atmosphere.
Cip's Club - informal Italian pizzeria with beautiful views from the terrace.
Pool Restaurant - open daily for lunch serving buffet style food.
The Gabbiano Bar - featuring a piano bar, a popular spot for apéretifs and after dinner drinks.
The hotel runs a boat shuttle for guests between the hotel and Piazza San Marco 24 hours a day.
Location & Directions
Belmond Hotel Cipriani is located on the tip of Giudecca Island, a short cruise away from St. Mark's Square.
When to go
Venice is a city that can be enjoyed at all times of the year. The months from Easter to October are the main tourist season when hotels can be difficult to come by at short notice. The other two really popular spells are during the Carnival in February (the 10 days up to Shrove Tuesday) and the weeks on each side of Christmas.
Summer (mid July to the end of August) isn't necessarily the best time to go to Venice. Apart from the hordes of tourists, the air can be humid and unpleasant. The climate will often result in clouds of mosquitoes and other insects invading the lagoon, and the smell emanating from the water can be very unpleasant. Italians vacation in August, so many shops and restaurants close during this time.
If you're planning to visit Venice between October and late February, take your wellies just in case! This is the season of floods - known locally as acqua alta, and occasional downpours can be heavy. The low-lying Piazza San Marco is especially vulnerable.
Clear blue skies and balmy weather make spring and autumn the best times to go.