Ca 'Nigra Lagoon Resort, dating back to the 17th century, is an exclusive 4-star hotel in Venice located in the Santa Croce district, overlooking the Grand Canal a few hundred meters from Venezia Santa Lucia train station.
Hotel Ca' Nigra History
Former residence of the Piedmontese ambassador Costantino Nigra, the hotel is a mixture of seven hundred Venetian and Oriental antiques, Gothic-Byzantine architecture and contemporary design, expression of the art and culture of a city and its people. At the end of his service at the courts of St. Petersburg, London and Vienna, the ambassador chose Venice as the final destination of his incessant wandering, and here was born the desire for a sublime mansion overlooking the Grand Canal, the same in which guests can entertain yourself today. Comfort, elegance and luxury come together in a jewel of rare beauty, brought back to its ancient splendor by long and skilful restorations that have enhanced the original Venetian floors of the seventeenth century, the mosaics, the marble friezes and the precious glass.
With its 22 junior suites all different from each other, the Ca 'Nigra Lagoo Resort offers stays of peace and comfort. Services with shower, air conditioning or heating, safe, 2 telephones with external line, tv-lcd with satellite reception, minibar, lan network and Wi-Fi in covered areas; the hotel has private internal access for arrivals with water taxis and mooring for gondolas.
The most fascinating place of this Venice hotel is its garden, as rare as it is exclusive, overlooking the Grand Canal. Very few are the Venetian palaces that can boast a green space in the heart of the city that interrupt, even for a moment, the aquatic element. Its two beautiful gardens, protected by the Fine Arts, are a nest of authentic relaxation, where you can sip an aperitif at sunset or simply to enjoy breakfast.
The Rose Garden overlooks the Grand Canal and is a true example of Italian garden, while the Giardino dei Gelsomini is interior, more intimate, decorated with a real well from the '400 and palm trees and magnolias that offer their shade.