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Sina Centurion Palace, Venice, Italy
A five-star hotel in a 19th-century palazzo right on the water's edge at the mouth of the Grand Canal. We love the lack of chintz in the interiors, which are sleek and contemporary with a changing display of local art that reflects Dorsoduro's creative vibe - the district that the hotel is at the centre of. Nearby you'll find the Peggy Guggenheim museum for an outstanding collection of 20th-century American and European art, along with artisan makers and independent galleries, including a glass-blowing workshop just a couple of steps away. Rooms either look out on the Grand Canal or on the courtyard at the back and have large bespoke baths and gothic windows. The food in the all-white restaurant is very good too.
The Peggy Guggenheim, in her old home the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni on the Grand Canal, is just a short walk away and houses one of the most important collections of 20th-century European and American art.
Centrally-located hotel in the creative Dorsoduro district, five minutes' walk from the Academia bridge.
By plane: direct flights to Venice from London take 2 hours. Take a taxi (30 mins) or an airport boat (1 hour 20 mins) to reach the hotel, or take a water taxi. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
The ideal hotel for art lovers and chintz shunners. There is a changing display of paintings in the lobby and the bar from nearby Ravagnan Gallery.
Service & Facilities
The hotel can provide a guided tour of the city either by boat or on foot.
- Free Wi-Fi
Room 402 on the piano nobile has dramatic high ceilings and towering arched windows with a view of the Grand Canal. We love that the minibars are often housed in unusual pieces of contemporary furniture - although there are no coffee machines.
Standard Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Junior Suite Superior, Junior Suite Deluxe, Bilevel Superior Suite, Deluxe Suite, Presidential Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bath or shower, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The five-course Antinoo signature menu focuses entirely on fish. We love the red prawn tartare with fresh apple, apple sorbet and dried apple, which is fresh and sweet.
Antinoo restaurant: traditional Venetian cuisine, fish dishes. Pastas include sea bass ravioli with powder of smoked coral. Mains from €20. Open 12.30-10pm.
Lounge bar: cocktails and aperitifs.