Love advice from experts

July 4, 2016

Hotel Danieli, Venice

The Hotel Danieli is a 5-star hotel located in the very heart of the city. Formerly known as the Palazzo Dandolo, the hotel was originally constructed in the 14th Century by the Dandolo family.  In 2010 the hotel also played a key role in the movie The Tourist which featured Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie.

The hotel is listed as one of the city’s top five lavish hotels and the moment you step through the door you shall see why.  Hotel Danieli combines supreme comfort and a magnificent atmosphere for the perfect Venetian experience. It’s location on Rive degli Schiavoni is rich in history and the hotel is just a short walk to the main centre of the city. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Terrazza Danieli offers diners a culinary journey which retraces the oriental influences of spice traders and blends them with indigenous ingredients and mesmerizing views of the Grand Canal and Adriatic Sea.

Your stay in Venice will also include a “Falling in Love” Gondola ride through the city which shall be followed by a superb dinner at a local restaurant.

Eastern Mediterranean Cruise with Silversea

We are sure after 3-nights in this amazing city you will feel like the luckiest people in the world, but there is a lot more to come! July 4th shall mark your embarkation on Silver Spirit for a 7-night cruise to remember.

Silver Spirit is one of the finest cruise ships in the world so she will compliment your luxury Venice stay perfectly. Onboard you will find your accommodation to be a stunning Vista Suite which will come with bathrobe, slippers, fresh fruit and flowers, private veranda, walk in wardrobe and flat screen TV.

2 thoughts on “Love advice from experts

  1. July 4, 2017

    This five-star grande dame of Venice’s iconic waterfront offers traditional luxury. The Danieli itself is an attraction, with a rich history of hosting royalty and celebrities dating back to the 1300s

  2. July 4, 2017

    Eastern Mediterranean Cruise will make you think of the toe of the Italian “boot” as the dividing line.

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