This historic Palace, situated on the Grand Canal in Venice, is one of the most important buildings of the early sixteenth century. The suggestive entrance has a typical Renaissance style and allows guests a romantic entrance by boat directly from the Grand Canal. On the right side of the building, there is a romantic terrace on the first floor, overlooking a garden open onto the Grand Canal, perfect for a welcome drink or open-air buffets. The splendid interior halls are decorated with precious frescoes, hand-painted by the painter Giandomenico Tiepolo. With its charm and its enchanting corners, Polignac Palace is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful venue in Venice, ideal for important events, art exhibitions, fashion shows, gala dinners and luxury weddings.