Aman Venice


Filled with museum-quality treasures, Aman Venice’s home on the Grand Canal is the 16th-century Palazzo Papadopoli, one of the city’s most significant buildings. The great 18th-century painter Tiepolo once lived here, and his frescoes adorn the walls of many of the rooms. In the 19th century, the presiding Papadopoli family turned adjoining buildings into two gardens that, today, are among the city’s rarest private green spaces. When Aman Venice was renovated in 2014, its sensitive incorporation of contemporary comforts won the palazzo a heritage award for Italy’s best restoration.

Dining: Dining at Aman Venice can be as simple or sumptuous as occasion demands: for further details, have a look on the Food and Drink pages by clicking here.


 Clients booking rooms and suites through L’e Marquis at this beautiful hotel will qualify for BEARMILES and BEARPLUS advantages.  Contact for availability and special rates.