Set on a private island just 10 minutes from Piazza San Marco, the San Clemente Palace Kempinski has long been Venice’s most desired address. The island — established as a retreat in 1131 and only accessible via the Palace’s shuttle — features a 15th-century church and nearly 15 acres of gardens. The palace, now a 190-room hotel, offers a contemporary take on traditional Venetian decor. The executive chef finesses seasonal, locally sourced ingredients into culinary works of art.
Book by Feb 14, 2018