Villa Gasparini was built in the 18th century by the Venetian family carrying the same name as a summer country house.
At the time, well-to-do people enjoyed spending the summer in their elegant abodes at the gates of Venice, known as “villas”, in a relaxing landscape amongst parks, fields and the river.
Following various events through the centuries, by a whim of fate, Villa Gasparini came back into the hands of the descendants, who renovated the building, turning it into a hotel.
Be our guest!
Hotel guests can therefore consider themselves guests of the Gasparini family and will be welcomed in an unconventional, very intimate environment. One of the 15 rooms of the Hotel Villa Gasparini will offer you what suits you best, whether you are on a romantic escapade, enjoying a cultural city-break, on a work trip or traveling with your family. We’ll help you choose the room that is tailored to your needs.
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