Stroll through the Venetian and you will find an impressive collection of art and some magnificent architectural features.  The Armillary Sphere has been recreated in the lobby and it is enhanced by the frescoes, which adorn the high ceilings. The Campanile Tower is a replica of the one Galileo stood in to demonstrate his new invention, the telescope.  This tower originated in the ninth century but was last rebuilt in 1912.  St Mark’s Square recreates the many stunning landmarks that adorn the real thing in Venice.  Check out the Bridge of Sighs, the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace and of course the Campanile Tower.  The Palazzo lobby is home to “Acqua di Cristallo.”  This unique water sculpture occupies two levels and it’s lighting effects transform the lobby.  The newest addition is the installation of Laura Kimpton’s LOVE.  This large piece sits in the waterfall atrium and stands 12 feet tall and runs over 36 feet across.  This simple ruby red art piece invites you to interact with it and with one another.

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