Ten Reasons to Visit San Clemente Palace

Ten Reasons to Visit San Clemente Palace

The rendez-vous with art and history in the ultimate luxury

Ten Reasons to Visit San Clemente Palace

1- Welcome to the Renaissance Dream – Venice. Enjoy the “Lagoon Experience” with private boats, just 10 minutes from St. Marco Square.

2- Step into the world of artistry in the Historical San Clemente Church, designed in Romanesque-style and dating back to 1131, and discover the duality of Renaissance and Contemporary artists.

3- Wake up to the enchanting views of San Clemente’s lush gardens and St Marco Square. Savour your espresso accompanied by a rich, open buffet breakfast in the historical courtyards.

4- Be part of the glamourous art-of-living, walk into the large corridors from your delicately designed room with over a 4-metre-ceiling. While heading to the lobby don't miss a royal moment at the Imperial Stairs.

5- After a long day of exploring Venice, enjoy a comforting and light tribute to your afternoon with a glass of Aperol while watching the sunset. Let the stunning Adriatic breezes embrace you.

6- Bring more joy to your vacation at the tennis and volleyball courts, the golf course, or while jogging or riding a vintage bicycle. Collect unforgettable family moments.

7- Float in the outdoor heated pool and enjoy blissful moments. End the day with a sweet treat at La Dolce.

8- Crown your most special day in the Church Library or with a private dinner at Sunset Hill where you can celebrate in style with your loved ones. Design your next event, for up to 600 guests, in San Clemente Palace with lush gardens, or hold meetings in the convention centre.

9- After a bustling day in Venice, treat yourself to some Oriental heritage at the award-winning Spa, and indulge yourself with a 24K-gold facial ritual as ancient Egyptians did.

10- Collect unforgettable moments at the lush Mediterranean Gardens while having a picnic. Relax and unwind while reading books at the serene benches or in your favourite corner of San Clemente Gardens.