To make your stay memorable, Phi Hotel Canalgrande offers a sophisticated ambiance and highly skilled staff capable of meeting your needs with the solution best suited to your tastes and requirements.
The stately hall, formed by two rooms decorated in a clearly Neoclassical style and separated by a Venetian window, leads into the hotel's two other halls, which are elegantly furnished to bring out their fine curtains, tapestries, frescoed vaults, stucco-work, and decorative paintings. The halls are adjacent to one another, creating over 30 metres of art gallery – and of history.
A staircase in the Oval Hall adjacent to the Portrait Hall leads to a large terrace with a view of the internal garden, perfect for a work meeting, for enjoying an aperitif, or simply for relaxing.
The terrace leads out into a distinctive internal garden where you can savour a quiet moment under the shady trees. This is a rare place and an unexpected delight for guests who decide to stay in the city centre: the chance to lose all contact with the chaos of the city and find oneself in a verdant natural setting. In a corner of the garden, surrounded by greenery, is an area furnished with a lovely bower gazebo with Doric columns and marble seats, featuring a fountain in an antique tub, the top of which is decorated with rocks and ornamental climbing plants, and a rustic grey stone table.
Agorà: the Marketplace
The stately rooms that follow from the hall to the terrace, opening onto a view of the internal garden, create a large, varied meeting space suitable for guests travelling on business or for those seeking an elegant, practical space for holding a business meeting. In the Polis of Ancient Greece, the Agora was the centre of economic life; in the same way, at Phi Hotel Canalgrande it represents a meeting place suitable for hosting and meeting any business needs, a place where you can gather to make plans, form agreements, and discuss your ideas in a welcoming, stimulating environment that is perfectly quiet and private.