The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice

  • San Marco 2159
  • Veneza,
  • 30124
  • Itália
  • Mapa

Quartos e tarifas


Crianças por quarto

Esta informação nos permite identificar os quartos que acomodarão melhor o seu grupo e nos preparar para sua chegada.

Consulte os termos e detalhes do quarto para obter informações sobre encargos por cama dobrável e/ou pessoa extra.

Observação: neste hotel, hóspedes com até 12 anos são considerados crianças. Corrija o número de adultos e crianças conforme necessário.
Consulte os termos e detalhes do quarto para obter informações sobre encargos por cama adicional e/ou pessoa extra.

Family Plan Policy

Children who are 12 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. The use of in-room sofa beds is considered additional bedding and will incur an additional fee. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges.

Age Requirement Policy

Guests must be 18 years of age in order to check-in to the hotel and must present valid, government-issued photo identification.

The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice
Hotel History

Past and present blend together at The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice. Our hotel combines the rich history of five 18th and 19th century palaces, the oldest belonging to the illustrious Tiepolo family, which included two Venetian doges as well as the 17th century painter, Giambattista Tiepolo. One of the palaces originally housed the glorious San Moisè Theatre, later called the Minerva Theatre, and was a popular spot for marionette shows and early films at the end of the 1800s.

During the 19th century, Palazzo Tiepolo and the buildings that face the lovely courtyard on the Grand Canal were converted into Hotel Barbesi, which was renamed Hotel Britannia in 1881. Celebrated Impressionist painter Claude Monet spent the autumn of 1908 reinterpreting the magnificent views he enjoyed from Hotel Britannia. In 1900, the beautiful palace built on the property next to the Palazzo Tiepolo—once an ancient gondola workshop or "squero"—was transformed into a hotel by Venice Hotels Limited, which eventually dubbed the building Hotel Regina.

After a 1979 merger and a careful restoration, the Hotel Regina and the Hotel Europa & Britannia became the Hotel Europa & Regina. Starwood Hotels & Resorts welcomed this grand hotel into the family in 1998, aligning it with the Westin brand in March 2000.

The hotel’s Barozzi and Ca' Nova Palaces feature 82 guest rooms that have been restored to their original splendour by designer Irene Pansadoro, who took her inspiration from other ancient Venetian palaces on the Grand Canal and added a modern touch. Irene Pansadoro is also responsible for the restoration of the Unique Grand Canal Rooms in the Regina Palace in 2011.