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Hotel St Regis

Protagonist in every room of the hotel is art, which has its roots in the past when the hotel on the Grand Canal was considered a luxurious artist’s residence. Today it is home to the Parisian Olivier Masmonteil, author of murals in the public areas and paintings in the suites. Monet Suites, named after one of the most prestigious guests who over the centuries stayed at the hotel on the Grand Canal, which today is the St. Regis Venice. Claude Monet, who was in Venice only once in 1908, was so captivated by the iridescent reflections of light on the water of the lagoon that he painted some of the most beautiful impressionist views of the city.