The Papadopoli is the luxury entrance door to the city in the heart of a historic Sestiere “Santa Croce”, a perfect starting point for a visit to the unique city of Venice. Its decorations, evoke the 18th-century venetian style. The hotel's story is captivating. It dates back to the early XIXth Century telling the story of a love gift. When Count Spiridon Papadopoli bought the entire area of convent and as a love gift for his young wife Teresa Mosconi, “Spiro” decided to build a residence with a large park, at the end called, "the Papadopoli Garden" realized by architect and painter Francesco Bagnara, the designer of the Teatro La Fenice. The palace and park Papadopoli-Foresti became a famous and privileged venue of the high society, where the romantic couple (Spiro and Teresa) used to held extravagant parties for the nobility. With the creation of the hotel, an open space between the two wings becomes a "Winter Garden“ , from an idea of a famous Tuscan architect, Pietro Porcinai, an intelligent and sensitive tribute, a return to the spirit and structure of the ancient park. Two communicating pieces and the original dialog between Indoor and outdoor landscape.
The 4-star Papadopoli Venezia is set in the heart of the Sestiere Santa Croce area. It is a 2-minute walk from the bus terminus of Piazzale Roma, and 300 metres from Santa Lucia Train Station. Wi-Fi is free in the entire building.
Hotel Papadopoli Venezia - MGallery Collection offers elegantly decorated rooms and suites with romantic views of the Papadopoli Gardens or Tolentini Canal. Each features designer amenities and classic 18th-century Venetian furnishings.
The hotel is complete with a private dock, to arrive directly by boat or water taxi, and a concierge service is available. The staff can arrange boat rides, or book tickets to La Fenice Opera House, museums and exhibitions.
Papadopoli Restaurant serves Venetian cuisine. Set in the winter garden filled with tropical plants, it is available for à la carte lunch and dinner. A rich gourmet breakfast is served daily.