Hotel Al Sole was once called Palazzo Marcello and belonged to a Patrician family which, over the centuries, provided Venice with its most illustrious players on the political artistic and economic stage. Built in the sixteenth century, this splendid Palazzo faces the Tolentini canal and was home to Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739) the famous composer renowned as the prince of Venetian music. Eighty authentic pearls make up the treasure trove of Palazzo Marcello, eighty rooms that still maintain the magical atmosphere of an enchanted era with its antique marble columns and five-centuries-old wooden engravings.
Cancellation is possible until any time of day 1 day prior to the check-in date without penalty.
A cancellation after that time or a no-show, will incur a penalty of 1 night's stay.
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