Riviera dei Dogi Hotel Venice is a 3 star hotel overlooking Brenta Riviera Canal, set within a 16th century aristocratic residence.
Originally built as a family home in 1537 and skilfully restored to its former splendor, Hotel Riviera dei Dogi truly is one of a kind.
PHOTO: A guest room at the hotel.
The hotel’s building was originally built back in 1537, and used as a holiday home for the Contarini family, taking its name from the region’s rulers of the period, the Doges of Venice.
Current excellent condition of the hotel is a result from a skilful restoration and renovation of the building to its original condition, including the splendid Hotel Riviera dei Dogi interior garden.
All in all, you can choose from a selection of 43 guest rooms, spread over three parts of the building, overlooking onto the interior garden, with each room preserving the historical atmosphere of the original Venetian setting.
Amenities and features at the guest rooms include a range of modern comforts such as a minibars and satellite TVs, as well as air conditioning, direct line telephones, and private bath or shower.
All of the rooms, which are also soundproofed, have WiFi wireless broadband internet, which is provided for an extra fee.
The rooms structure and elegant Baroque Venetian furnishings are arranged to please both tourists in Venice for a weekend holiday break, and business people who want to enjoy a comfortable business trip.
In terms of services at the hotel, Riviera dei Dogi offers daily buffet breakfast, parking facilities, and a bar & reading area, complete with a Corner Café.
Characteristic to the building, you’ll enjoy from the large windows providing ample daylight and the pale wood ceilings, typical to the region.
Big Hotels Venezia – Hotel Riviera dei Dogi
Via Don Giovanni Minzoni, 33
30034 Mira (Venezia)
Location of Riviera dei Dogi Hotel is 25 km from Venice, while Padua, another major population center in Veneto, is a 30-minute drive away, if you use the A57 Autostrada Padova-Venezia motorway.
The hotel is situated in Mira, a province of Venice, with convenient connections to both Padua and Venice, with the accommodation looking onto the Brenta Riviera, a place famous for the wealth of art treasures, splendid architecture, and the cavalcade of Palladian villas.