In an ancient palace of 600 stands the Hotel al Gazzettino, a time when a laboratory tissue and subsequently inn that hosted the Turkish workers and merchants who ran a business relationship with the "Serenissima". Over the past 50 years takes its name from the famous newspaper Gazzettino "which, until a few years ago, had its headquarters across the street. More than a century of activity makes the Hotel al Gazzettino one of the most famous structures of Venice, maintaining unchanged the hospitality and cordiality which handed over the centuries, most enjoys a privileged position for those wishing to visit the city.
The hotel is located in Venice's downtown, between S.Marco Square and Rialto Bridge, is a short walk away from the "Mercerie", the street with the most exclusive shops. It was a very ancient post, in the XIX century it was a textile workshop, later became an inn for the turkish tradesman arriving in town for commercial deals with the Republic of Venice "the Serenissima".