The building of Scandinavia Hotel Venice *** dates from the year 1000 (the walls and foundations are from Byzantine times); according to legend it was here the pretty Desdemona first met the Moor Othello, at a party.
The palace was rebuilt and given its present arrangement in the late sixteenth century by the Trevisan family, Venetian merchants since centuries. They lived in it until one of their last heirs married a scion of the Malipiero family, a Venetian Doge, who moved to the palace in the Santa Maria Formosa square, which acquired
In the early fifties the residence was turned into a hotel by the Tinacci family, which vaunts a long tradition in the hotel business and which invites guests to their noble residence, offering relax, comfort, service and atmosphere.
The Scandinavia Hotel Venice offers 29 double and single rooms, all with private bathrooms, fridge bar, television, direct telephone, air conditioning and hair dryer.
The Scandinavia Hotel Venice *** offers standard rooms with period furniture, for 2 or 3 persons, and family rooms for 4 persons.
Superior class rooms with eighteenth-century furniture and a view of the Santa Maria Formosa square, for 2 or 3 persons. Public areas facing the Santa Maria Formosa square, with original eighteenth-century furniture.