Aman offers a total of 24 accommodations with the majority being of unique layout and design. Many feature protected frescos and reliefs that reflect past periods of art and architecture. Furniture and furnishings throughout the accommodations are contemporary, yet of a simple aesthetic.
Most accommodations provide combined living areas and bedrooms, as well as linked dressing areas and bathrooms. Lighting is most often provided by table and standing lamps. Each provides a television which broadcasts local and international channels as well as movies and documentaries on demand. A docking station is also included. All accommodations offer a king-sized bed, an armoire with personal bar, a writing desk and either a sofa or twin lounge chairs. There are a total of four accommodation categories, differentiated by design, floor area and view.
Aman Canal Grande Venice has a no smoking policy in line with Italy’s ban on smoking indoors. We also regret that no pets are allowed within the palazzo.
The Palazzo Bedrooms offer views of the Private Garden.
The Palazzo Chambers offer either beautiful views of the Grand Canal or of the Private Garden.
The Palazzo Stanza features spectacular views of the Grand Canal and many have wonderful architectural details. The majority are located between the second and fifth levels of the palazzo.
There are five, all with unique architectural features.
This historic room features high, frescoed ceilings, silk wall coverings and a chandelier in the bathroom. The tall windows offer wonderful views over the Garden Terrace and the Grand Canal.
The high ceilings of this stanza are frescoed in both the bedroom and the bathroom. Views are of the Garden Terrace and the Grand Canal.
This stanza was originally called ‘The Hall of the Four Doors’. Noteworthy architectural details include wood panelling, a painted frieze around the walls and a carved ceiling. It also has the most historical fireplace in the palazzo, designed by Jacopo d’Antonio Sansovino, one of Venice’s most famous architects in the early 16th century.
alcova tiepolo suite (featured)
The Alcova Tiepolo Suite offers a Chinese painted sitting room and a bedroom ceiling by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Tiepolo has been described as the “greatest decorative painter of 18th-century Europe, as well as its most able craftsman”.
canal grande suite
Located above the front door of the palazzo, this suite directly fronts the Grand Canal offering exceptional views. It features a lovely sitting room with an arched window through which the full spectrum of the canal’s maritime activities can be viewed. It can become a two-bedroom suite when necessary.