The St. Regis Venice celebrates romance

by: Linda Hohnholz, eTN editor | copyright: Travel News First – eTurboNews – Authorities in tourism, travel & industry report

In celebration of these holidays, The St. Regis Venice will have an extraordinary experience available to patrons – a special master class at the Arts Bar by Giacomo Giannotti, owner and founder of the #1 best bars in the world, by The World’s 50 Best Bars 2022, Paradiso in Barcelona.

On February 17, patrons can celebrate Carnivale festival 2023 – or opt for a unique Valentine’s Day experience – and attend the master class, in which bartender, Giacomo Giannotti will show guests how to construct some of the most inventive, impressive cocktails from 2:00-4:00 pm. Giacomo will also be the guest bartender at the Arts Bar that night as well, serving up unique cocktails in addition to his own concoctions. With Giacomo’s Italian roots and the Arts Bar of similar caliber to his incredible creative work, this collaboration is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

From February 4–February 21, the most romantic city is even more enchanting to behold.

In addition to the class, couples will enjoy an amorous, dreamy weekend at The St. Regis Venice – the best address in the city. Located just off the iconic Grand Canal, couples and their wedding guests can take on the city by foot to discover nearby art galleries, Teatro La Fenice, the treasures of Piazza San Marco, and much more.  

The Masquerade Suite is the perfect room to book. It is A Vanguard Celebration of the Venetian Legacy. Characterized by a generous and separate living area, and a size of 67-square-metres, the Masquerade Suite is eclectic in both style, layout and design and is truly unique amongst the collection of Suites at The St. Regis Venice. Bi-level, the Masquerade Suite’s design is a playful and forward-looking interpretation of Venetian theatrical and Carnival legacy.

Adding drama and fun to this suite is a curated selection of framed masks, fashion illustrations and refined accessories that call out the city’s cultural calendar.  East-facing windows present views over the adjacent Palazzo Treves and Corte Barozzi, and, to ensure your stay is exquisite, the anticipatory service of the St. Regis Butlers is on call 24-hours.

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