Hotel Bars in Venice

Hotel Bar / Restaurant / Rooftop Lounge

Party Earth Review Perched atop an immaculately restored mill that is now home to the Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel, Skyline Bar is a light and airy lounge that serves exquisite fruit and herb cocktails complemented by excellent views of the city. By day, the bar is frequented by a relaxed clientele of mostly hotel guests who stop in for a light lunch or a dip in the rooftop pool. At sunset, however, the pampered guests are joined by a well-dressed in-crowd of upper-crust Venetians lured in by this fresh and modern hotspot. A sleek central bar area offers a laid-back atmosphere for chatting, though in warmer months, the festive crowd gathers under the stars on the ... more

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Giudecca, 810
30133 Venice

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Venice Hotel Bars Overview

Skyline Bar - Hotel Bar | Restaurant | Rooftop Lounge in Venice

The beautiful streets of Venice are home to plenty of hotels, and thankfully some of these establishments are also home to some great Venice hotel bars. Of course, Venice is worlds away from being the party capital of Italy, so folks looking to let loose at a hotel bar in Venice are probably going to get more critical stares than appreciation from their fellow patrons. And pretty much every hotel in Venice has some form of bar inside, but only a handful entice folks who aren’t actually staying there to drop in for the night.

The most obvious example of a stellar hotel bar in Venice would by Skyline Bar over in Giudecca. Perched atop an immaculately restored mill that is now home to the Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel, Skyline is a light and airy lounge that serves exquisite fruit and herb cocktails complemented by excellent views of the city. By day, the bar is frequented by a relaxed clientele of mostly hotel guests, but at sunset these pampered guests are joined by a well-dressed in-crowd of upper-crust Venetians lured in by this fresh and modern hotspot.

Luna Hotel Baglion, meanwhile, is the oldest luxury hotel in Venice, and the hotel’s Café Baglioni is frequently touted as the best spot in town to relax with a cocktail and soak in the view of the San Marco Basin and the island of San Giorgio Maggiore. San Cassiano-Ca'Favretto is not quite as luxurious, but this three-star hotel dates back to the 14th century (WOW!) and has a nice little bar that often attracts folks who can pull up on their boats and step right in for a drink.

Venice hotel bars do not abound, but really who cares where you have that drink? You’re in Venice!

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