Carnival Palace Hotel overlooks the Cannaregio Canal, the second largest canal in Venice that connects the Venice lagoon to the Grand Canal in the Baia del Re region, a timeless location where the soul of Venice is still intact with quiet, romantic nooks where you can observe boats transporting the merchandise and understand how life in Venice truly does take place on the water, unlike any other city in the world.
There are many restaurants and typical bars that overlook the banks surrounding the hotel where you can enjoy drinks and a cicheto, a classic Venetian snack. Near the hotel, you’ll find the Jewish Ghetto with its typical houses, synagogues and excellent kosher restaurants. Built in the 14th century, the Ghetto – the oldest in the Western world – is a quaint area of Venice that is worth visiting.
Close to the main public transportation hubs, the Sta. Lucia train station and the Piazzale Roma car park, Carnival Palace Hotel is perfect for anyone travelling by air, train or car.