Antigo Trovatore Hotel in Venice: We Welcome You in the Most Beautiful Square in the World

The Antigo Trovatore Hotel is situated in an area that has always been at the heart of Venetian hospitality, being close to the St. Mark’s basin – ancient port and centre of the political power – and to Rialto – the commercial centre of the city.

The Antigo Trovatore Hotel has been hosting travelers since 1900.

Over the years, the owners of this historical residence have carried out non-invasive restoration work in order to both maintain the original characteristics of the hotel and better meet the guests’ needs.

Once, the admirers of Giuseppe Verdi gathered in the hotel lobby to listen to the composer’s masterpieces, including “Il Trovatore”, the host’s favorite one, after which the hotel was named.

Close to the famous Danieli Hotel, some of its best rooms boast a spectacular view of the domes of the St. Marks Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. Its exceptional position is a strategic starting point to visit all attractions of Venice by water bus or on foot.

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Our Rooms

We offer different types of rooms with services. Choose the one you prefer for your stay in our beautiful city.

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Standard Double Room
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Bohemian Double Room
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Where the Antigo Trovatore Hotel is

The Antigo Trovatore Hotel is situated in an area that has always been at the heart of Venetian hospitality, being close to the St. Mark’s basin – ancient port and centre of the political power – and to Rialto – the commercial centre of the city.