In 1887, Tchaikovsky composed the first two movements of his Fourth Symphony in room 106, and D’Annunzio, who was almost a habitué when in financial straits, came when invited for the inauguration of the monument to King Victor Emmanuel II in front of the hotel. A fusion of Beau Rivage and Hotel d’Angleterre et Pension, it is now a gem with 53 luxurious rooms furnished with authentic Biedermeier furniture, with 100 windows overlooking Riva degli Schiavoni and Basilica della Salute. Meticulous restoration has recreated all its original allure.
Riva degli Schiavoni 4171, 30122 Venezia (VE)
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