Palazzo Grassi (also known as the Palazzo Grassi-Stucky) is a building in the Venetian Classical style located on the Grand Canal of Venice (Italy), between the Palazzo Moro Lin and the campo San Samuele.
During the 16th century, the building was owned by the Cini family. On February 1605, Alamanno Aragon Hocheppan, grandson of Cosimo I, acquired it. The Grassi family first moved in the building in 1655.
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|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
Billy Burgess | Feb 18, 2018
This hotel had friendly and flexible staff. The location is great if you look for a quiet neighborhood, but still central. Of course, the interior design is amazing given the stamp of Philippe Starck. The Krug Lounge was disappointing, but not a must-have. Our room had a private terrace (but no view) and an equally well designed interior. Would definitely recommend and stay again.
Metin Esgin | Nov 23, 2017
Any exhibition in this place; visit! It is an experience. Staff usually nice; although they can become wuite unreasonable at times in an awkward way. Never mind them. Enjoy yourself.
james igoe | Oct 19, 2017
Saw Damian Hirst's amazing Treasures show. Absolutely fantastic. Great space.
Stephen Foster | Jun 24, 2017
The building is a work of art itself! The beautiful building also shows amazing work from some of the worlds top artists. One also has a long flexible time period to use the tickets purchased (one time of course) but you don't have to use the tickets the day you buy them.
Sabine Maertens | Oct 28, 2017
Gorgeous imposant building. Impressive how the Damian Hirst collection was exposed.
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