Al Ponte Mocenigo

The hotel which overlooks peaceful Rio di San Stae, owes its name to the private bridge in marble which provides access to the hotel and with steps which descend into a characteristic private courtyard. It is said that Count Alvise Mocenigo, before he became a Doge of Venice, used this bridge for his trysts.

During the summer season, guests can have breakfast or sip on an evening drink in the courtyard, surrounded by flowers, columns, ancient statues and friezes.

Venetian style

Every element that characterizes Hotel al Ponte Mocenigo contributes to reproducing the evocative atmosphere of a former Venice: the splendid hand-decorated antique doors reused to form special armoires, the eighteenth century style furniture and original exposed beam ceilings.


Our guests can relax in rooms that are completely furnished to a style which was very much in vogue in 1700’s Venice, with big beds, chandeliers in authentic Murano glass and varnished furniture with pastel green, cream and gold dominating.