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Bauers Palladio Hotel and Spa Resort

At a glance

  • Location


    Found on the Giudecca Island, facing St. Mark’s Square, this is truly the dream escape to one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

  • Airport


    Bauers Palladio Hotel and Spa Resort is 40 minutes from Venice Marco Polo Airport via water taxi.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The spa is located inside the hotel and offers a range of treatments you’d expect to find in a spa.

  • Scenery


    Venice is known as one of the most romantic cities in the world, and not least because of its beauty. The hotel echoes this with it architecture and beautiful four gardens.

  • Architecture


    The ancient 16th century convent that the hotel has been built out of bring religious and secular history to your visit – not to mention the whole city’s rich and intricate history is waiting to be discovered.

  • Romantic


    Couples treatments and private spa suites are available, to add that much more romance to your Italian holiday.


Bauers Palladio Hotel and Spa Resort

Giudecca, 33, Venezia, Italy
Venezia 30133

Spa & Leisure

Located in the heart of the city, this spa is really seen as one of the first of its kind in Venice, Bauers Palladio Spa is the largest spa in the city. It is set over two floors with eight treatment rooms. Additional facilities include a sauna, a steam bath, and a relaxation area. The atmosphere at the spa is cosy and tranquil, and offers a wide range of therapies to go with its soothing ambience.

At Bauers Palladio Spa the encourage you to immerse yourself in tranquillity, and their highly trained staff are on hand to aid in this immersion. This includes perfectly executing their wide range of treatments to the highest standards. The therapies available include rituals for two, Jacuzzi baths, massages, open air massages, facial therapies, hand and foot therapies, and Dr. Vitalis steam cocoon.

Hotel & Accommodation

The Sunken City of Venice is rich in history and beauty, and it’s easy to get lost in the architecture whilst wandering the canals of the city and taking in the sights. This venue is not out of place in its surroundings, with beauty oozing out of its every nook and cranny. The four gardens are worth a look in for a lesson in history and scenery. The hotel has 37 rooms and 13 suites, all of which have welcoming décor and are built in a 16th century convent.

L’Ulivo is the main restaurant of the resort and is found amidst the green gardens and 16th century patio. The menu focuses on lighter and savoury dishes that are made with organic ingredients. The ingredients all follow the ‘carbon neutral’ principle and are super fresh and locally produced. The silence and peace that comes with a meal at this restaurant is down to the high monastery walls of your surroundings, along with the tree-lined lawn that drowns out the hustle and bustle of everyday life.