Just moments from Piazzo San Marco, the Londra Palace is a beautifully designed 53-room hotel on the edge of the Lagoon, with breathtaking views over to the Island of San Giorgio. Londra Palace offers fantastic cuisine alongside luxury accommodation.
At a Glance
Located in an enviable position, right on the waterfront, moments from Piazza San Marco
Restaurant ‘Do Leoni’ has a beautiful terrace overlooking the lagoon, simply stunning at sunset
Tchaikovsky stayed in room 106 in 1877 and composed the first three movements of Symphony No. 4 there
All rooms have stunning views over the Basin of San Marco or the Palladian church of San Giorgio
One of the oldest hotels in Venice
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The Londra Palace has one of the most sought after locations in Venice, right on the waterfront and only moments from Piazza San Marco and the heart of the city. Built in 1860, the hotel has been beautifully renovated and restored creating a unique boutique hotel. It has one hundred windows, all with incomparable views over the lagoon towards the island of San Giorgio.
The 53 rooms are all individually designed, each with sumptuous colors and classic Venetian furnishings. The standard rooms have a view of the city, the deluxe overlooks the lagoon, while the spacious junior suites overlook the basin of San Marco and the Palladian Church of San Giorgio. The Restaurante do Leoni also shares these exceptional views, and in the warmer months guests can relax on the veranda, just a few meters from the lagoon.
Venice is an ancient city encompassing 117 islands connected to each other by 150 canals and 400 bridges. It has been declared a Unesco World heritage site due to its unique urban layout and immense artistic patrimony. Venice offers everything a traveler could dream of; fantastic shops, mouthwatering cuisine and unique events. The Londra Palace is a superb base to explore this wonderful city.
Londra Palace has 53 unique rooms, combining the charm of this historic hotel with the comfort and technology of modern life. Classic doubles have a city view, Deluxe doubles have a lagoon view and Junior Suites overlook the Basin of San Marco and the Palladian church of San Giorgio. All rooms provide satellite TV, WiFi and a minibar and one special suite has a hideaway Jacuzzi bathtub!
Children are welcome to come and stay at Londra Palace. However, there are no specific facilities available for them at the hotel except for a children’s menu.
'Restaurante Do Leoni' is open for lunch and dinner with a terrace overlooking the lagoon serving Venetian specialities and a rich selection of prestigious wine and champagne. The cuisine and atmosphere of 'Do Leoni' make it a reference point for gourmets from all over the world. Located on the splendid veranda facing Riva degli Schiavone is the cocktail bar mixing local tradition with an international spirit.
Location & Directions
The Londra Palace is located in the heart of Venice, right on the Promenade of Riva degli Schiavoni, just a few steps from St. Mark’s Square and it is easily reachable by water taxi or by public boat.
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.