Luxury Apartments & Suites

Polo’s Treasures is a finely renovated old Venetian building that offers elegant apartments and rooms. It is located near the Rialto Bridge and its famous Fish and Fruit Market in Calle del Campaniel, San Polo 1796, between Campo San Cassian and the Grand Canal.

Its refined accommodation is provided with air conditioning, parquet floors, en-suite bathroom, TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Apartments are well lit, comfortable, and enhanced by spacious living rooms, dining areas and equipped kitchens.

The care for details in the soft furnishings and the refined atmosphere of the interiors make each apartment and room elegant and unique. The splendour of the surrounding historical Venetian buildings and the stunning view over the roofs provide the ideal framework to these charming accommodation.

The perfect sound proofing assures thorough privacy and tranquility. Polo’s Treasures is easily reachable by waterbus Line 1 (Rialto Mercato stop). Several restaurants, cafés and shops can be found within walking distance of our retreat.

Polo’s Treasures is a great choice for travellers who want to feel the real Venetian atmosphere and discover the main attractions as well as the lesser-known and charming corners of this magical city.


Our Exclusives Promotions

  • bicchiere-prosecco
  • ponte-rialto-da-polos-treasures
1 / 1
  • Private, secret garden

    Expected just one of such a hotel like others but, inside of the room was more than 4 stars hotel.
    Reviewed December 7, 2016
  • Very very nice hotel!!

    Near the vaporetto station and near the Rialto bridge (3 min walking) and San Marco Piazza (15 min walking).
    This hotel is very nice with high ceiling and everything is freshly renovated (..).
    We loved our stay and wish to go back there if we will have chance to revisit this beautiful city!
    Reviewed October 6, 2016
  • Hidden gem!!

    The location was excellent, modern amenities and very clean, the staff was extremely helpful, friendly and courtious.
    Just amazing!
    Reviewed October 5, 2016
    ATEB, (AT)