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Famous hotel in Venice, Italy
The old palace that houses the hotel is a splendid example of neo-Gothic architecture, and is in the Dorsoduro district which is believed to be the oldest in Venice.
The Sina Centurion Palace is in the old Palazzo Genovese built in neo-Gothic style in the 19th century. The facade overlooks the Grand Canal on one side and, through an internal courtyard, the Campo San Gregorio on the other, adding to the beauty of this unique building which was turned into a 5-star luxury hotel in 2009.
During the refurbishment the numerous archaeological finds uncovered belonged to the partially destroyed Monastery of San Gregorio. This was followed by the discovery of the remains of wooden houses dating back to the 9th century and then, thanks to a complex stratigraphic column, a 7th-century stone building inside of which they found a rare coin depicting Antinoo, after whom the hotel’s restaurant was named. These excavations reconfirmed the Dosoduro district as being one of the oldest in the city.
Today, thanks to its unique blend of classical and contemporary style and design, the Sina Centurion Palace’s international reputation continues to grow. Since its inauguration it has hosted exclusive events during the Venice Film Biennale, welcoming personalities like Al Pacino, Shakira, Naomi Watts, Chiara Ferragni, Daniel Radcliffe, James Franco and Roberto Bolle among others. The hotel’s stunning location, next to the Basilica della Salute, the Punta della Dogana (home to the François Pinault Foundation) and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, has a deep link with the world of art. In fact, during the Art Biennale it is often used for exhibitions of contemporary artworks and installations.