Metropole Hotel

Exclusive Suite Lagoon or Canal View

They are the most fabulous rooms in the hotel

They are the most fabulous rooms in the hotel: elegant and sophisticated, they have really unique characteristics and a warm atmosphere. That is why each of them was given a different name that underlines their specific difference, their leit motiv, their soul.

It has an unforgettable view overlooking the lagoon and, inside, an attractive contrast of warm colors expressed in the soft velvets, cushions and the fabric finely decorated. The dominant feature is the gold inlaid door from the 1700s separating the sleeping area from the lounge and inspiring the Suite’s name.

The old fireplace in the lounge lends atmosphere and warmth which permeates the room.


The Damasco Suite celebrates the Serenissima’s distant past and its links with the Orient. Evocative of its subtle sensuousness is a mother-of-pearl mosaic fountain-pool in the middle of the sitting room, as well as a delightful Turkish bath where you can sit comfortably in a specially designed chamber decorated hammam-style with little niches


This enchanting Exclusive suite is rich in atmosphere and the most Venetian in style.

The romantic atmosphere is heightened by the warm reds of the soft-furnishings, silk and damask bedspreads and cushions, and original period pieces.

The large canopied bed with barley-sugar columns and finely worked moulding evokes the luxury of bedchambers of the past, while offering an enchanting canal-view over the Rio della Pieta.


An aristocratic ‘Exclusive’ suite with large windows looking out over the Rio della Pietà. The interior is simply solemn and two marble columns dramatically frame the large double bed. But what truly dominates this room and gives it its name is the beautiful sculpture by the Venetian artist Gigi Bon featuring a swan in a shell, on display upon a genuine Louis XIVth gilt-wood console with its fine marble top and imposing mirror.


Refined in the predominantly gold colored décor, luminous in its gaze turned to the lagoon. A sumptuous 18th century mirror acts as a bedhead, while two antique portraits of Venetian nobles give the Suite its name.

The bedroom is divided from the lounge by a large gilded arch topped by two horses’ heads, adding a touch of magnificence to the décor.