Venetian Luxury Resort Opens For 2017 Wedding Season

by Jessica Montevago
Venetian Luxury Resort Opens For 2017 Wedding Season


The five-star San Clemente Palace Kempinski in Venice, Italy, has officially opened for the 2017 wedding season.

Located on its own private island eight minutes from St. Mark's Square, the luxury resort offers 190 rooms and suites, a gourmet restaurant on the terrace overlooking the lagoon, wellness facilities and event venues.

San Clemente island is home to the 12th-century San Clemente Church, one of the oldest churches in Venice, and lavish gardens and a centuries-old park that can host up to 1,000 guests for larger weddings.

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