About the resort

San Clemente Palace Kempinski at a glance
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About the resort

San Clemente Palace Kempinski is one of the Venice's most enchanting hidden gems. The private island enclave has an illustrious history spanning almost 900 years as a way station of pilgrims and crusaders and was home to monks and healers. Vestiges of the past are everywhere and includes a well-preserved 12th-centuries church. Surrounded by centuries-old gardens, courtyards and terraces, the landmark property is comprised of a cherries of beautifully restored heritage buildings that once served as a monastery. The hotels palatial interiors reflects Venice's Renaissance-era designs traditions with lofty ceilings, broad corridors and grand staircases.

Away from the hum of the city, San Clemente Palace is a quiet sanctuary on the doorstep of Venice. Dotted with stately cypress, magnolia and pine trees, the island's ancients park provides over six hectares of peace and privacy. Outdoor amenities are enjoyed in this stunning natural environment surrounded by verdant gardens and gorgeous views of the city on the horizon.

Situated in the heart of the Venetian lagoon, the hotel's iconic boats taxi guests between the islands and St. Mark's Square at regular intervals. The complimentary 10-minute crossing provides unique views of the city and an unforgettable sense of arrival.

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