- Terrazza Danieli
For centuries Venice ruled the seas and established substantial trade and relationships with the Orient. This mutual exchange of ideas and culture significantly marked the lifestyle, the tastes, and the flavours of Venetian Cuisine and may be tasted at Restaurant Terrazza Danieli. The Restaurant hosts up to 120 guests both indoors, and outdoors on its legendary terrace, open for al fresco dining in warmer months from May to October. An à la carte menu showcases typical Venetian cuisine as well as traditional Mediterranean fare accompanied by breathtaking views of Venice.
Bar Terrazza Danieli
Bar Terrazza Danieli is located on the top floor of the Hotel Danieli and offers stunning views from its terrace over the Venetian lagoon and Venice's most loved panorama. Enjoy a light snack during a busy day of sight seeing or indulge in an exclusive aperitif with friends before dinner while watching the sun going down and the lights of the lagoon emerge. Bar Terrazza Danieli is the perfect location to linger with delicious culinary creations and a personalized attentive service.
- Terrazza Danieli
Located in the majestic lobby of the 14th century Palazzo Dandolo, Bar Dandolo is Venice's most sophisticated spot for whiling away the day. Whether stopping by for a morning espresso, an afternoon tea, a pre-dinner aperitif or a nightcap before retiring, Bar Dandolo's alluring atmosphere charms locals and visitors alike.
- Hotel Danieli
With its heritage setting on Riva degli Schiavoni, Hotel Danieli dominates the Venetian lagoon with spectacular views of the Grand Canal and islands. Also overlooking the Palazzo Ducale, the hotel is just steps away from Ponte Dei Sospiri and Piazza San Marco. The three palaces which comprise the hotel date from the 14th, 17th and 19th Centuries: Palazzo Dandolo in Venetian Gothic style, once home to the noble Dandolo family; Palazzo Casa Nuova, previously the city's treasury; and Palazzo Danieli Excelsior, featuring guestrooms with balconies overlooking the lagoon on its upper floors. The three palaces house a rich collection of precious art and antiques that play witness to the city's history, blended with contemporary comforts to meet the needs of cultured global travelers.