Enrico Dandolo was the 41st Doge of Venice. He was both blind and in his 80s when he first became leader of the Venetian Republic. During his administration, he reformed the Venetian monetary system so Venice would no longer be dependent on the Byzantine currency. The Venetian Ducat, together with the Florentine Florin, became the two main international currencies of the time. He also led the 4th Crusade and the sack of Constantinople in 1204 CE.
The Dandolo Grand Canal Suite is a beautiful luxury suite, appointed with wooden parquet flooring and a generously appointed lounge area. It offers a picturesque and romantic view overlooking the Grand Canal, and a separate office.
Ornate furnishings and stunning décor add glamour to the objects d’arte, handpicked for this luxury suite. It features a king sized bed, luxury marble bathroom with a combined bath and shower complete with luxury toiletries, complimentary bottled water, international satellite TV and Wi-Fi access.