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Campo Santa Maria del Giglio San Marco, 2467
Go all out. Get an antique-laden double deluxe room in Andrea Gritti's 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal—one of the most famous hotels in the world. Rates range from 423 to 2,616 Euros.
Fondamenta San Giovanni
The "Cip" was made for love, and the memories you make here are sure to last a lifetime. The hotel offers a free motor launch that zips across the lagoon to Piazza San Marco. Plus, there's a pool! Rates range from 499 to 8,330 Euros.
This anomalous temple of modern minimalism will appeal to couples who dare to be different. Its seven rooms all come with cool art and A/C, but not much space: Secure the solitary suite. Rates range from 200 to 360 Euros.
Lista di Spagna, 227
The 63-room Hotel Amadeus makes the most of its central locale. The decor is traditional, but not staid, and the veranda overlooking an adorable garden is just right for dinner à deux. Average room rate is 227 Euros.
Strangely enough, this 16th-century palazzo houses the city's first and premier modernist hotel. It's perfect for fans of Art Deco interiors. The average room rate is 296 Euros.
HOTEL AL PONTE MOCENIGO
Santa Croce, 2063
This new kid on the canal is so 17th century: Couples can pick from ten pristine rooms situated in a former Doge's palace. Mocenigo is friendly, reasonably priced, and centrally located. There's only one catch: no views. The average room rate is 170 Euros.
SAN CLEMENTE PALACE
Isola di San Clemente, 1
This 17th-century monastery on its own 17-acre lagoon island is just 15 minutes away from Piazza San Marco. Its 200 rooms come outfitted in the finest velvets, damasks, marbles, and Murano glass. Bonus: four restaurants, a pool, and a spa. The average room rate is 386 Euros.