Modern and contemporary are two concepts that fit Venice like a glove as this is a city which has undergone endless changes down the centuries. And it is in Venice, next to the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute, and between the Punta della Dogana and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, looking directly onto the Grand Canal, St. Marks Square and the Giudecca that we find the Centurion Palace.
Eclecticism is the soul of the Centurion Palace, and is reflected in the hotels 50 rooms and suites, each one of which is different. They all have unforgettable vistas, while the Presidential Suite has magnificent views of the Grand Canal and captures the lights and sounds of this magical city. And Antinoos Lounge and Restaurant, overlooking the Grand Canal, nourishes refined palates with its haute cuisine. A relaxing drink in the internal courtyard is a great way to delight in its romantic and timeless atmosphere.