1897 the Hotel Metropole appears on
the list of the hotels recommended
by the "Pocket Guide of Venice
and it's interior" by A. Muller.
The historical event which has its
place in the course of the 20th century
also left its mark here: following
the modifications imposed to the denomination
of the hotels in the name of the italianization,
in 1939 the Hotel became Metropoli
and from then was for some years transformed
into a military hospital, returning
to its original use straight after
the World War II.
From 1970 the Beggiato family turned
the Hotel Metropole into a unique
hotel in Venice, where the atmosphere
based on its history is wisely measured
out in a context of research and charm.
The Hotel Metropole rises from the
heart of the city on the lagoon, and
appears overlooking the magical 'Bacino
di San Marco' (the lagoon area in
front of St. Mark's Square).
Only a few metres away from St.
Mark's Square, it's easy to arrive
at the hotel from the various arrival
points into Venice.