Villa Condulmer is a prestigious historic Venetian building built in the eighteenth century, which for the extraordinary beauty and elegance of its interior was chosen as a place to stay by numerous historical figures, starting from Giuseppe Verdi up to Ronald Reagan in 1987.
Villa Condulmer History
This magnificent patrician villa, dating back to the mid-18th century, owes its construction to the Condulmer family. According to tradition, the complex was built by demolishing an ancient monastery and it is assumed that the long barchessa is actually a remnant.
The manor house is structured according to the typical Venetian scheme and is flanked by two barns with elegant lines. The interiors, where valuable stuccoes and frescoes are preserved, stand out for refinement and elegance and are characterized by the imposing vintage furnishings of an aristocratic villa with the comforts of a modern hotel.
Outside, the enchanting park designed by architect Sabatoni completes the setting of this historic residence.
Over the years numerous famous people who have stayed here, from heads of state and exponents of international nobility to great artists: in 1853 Giuseppe Verdi chose the villa to rest after the efforts of his "Traviata" staged in Venice, while at the G7 meeting in 1987 it was the turn of Ronald Reagan and his wife.
The hotel offers luxurious and elegant rooms and suites in their 18th century fabrics, but completely restored to offer the comforts and services of the modern hotel.
The refined spaces of the Hotel Villa Condulmer lend themselves as an ideal setting for sumptuous banquets, gala dinners and wedding receptions, with the staff of the location available for the organization, preparation and decoration of the various scenarios.
The restaurant, which has 200 seats spread over three lounges, offers a cuisine that combines the rich Venetian tradition with the refinement of international cuisine, with particular attention to local producers and wine choices.