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San Clemente Palace Hotel

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ABOVE: Alfresco dining by the lagoon. INSET: Gli Arazzi.

Restaurants and bars

The San Clemente Palace has a number of dining options:

Ca' dei Frati offers an à la carte menu with lagoon views.

Le Maschere is more informal, with a "Venetian ambience."

La Laguna is an outdoor restaurant and bar near the pool and tennis courts, where you can have a drink or graze at the buffet.

La Conchiglie is a casual snack bar by the pool where you can order drinks, granitas, gelato, or snacks.

Gli Arazzi photoA generous buffet breakfast is served in Gli Arazzi (shown at right).

The hotel's indoor bar, Gli Specchi, offers a full range of drinks, including American-style cocktails. The elegant room has a distinctive design with wall mirrors and a dramatic setting at the end of a row of lounges on the hotel's ground floor.

Not all of the hotel's restaurants are open year-round; during our visit in March a few years ago, Le Maschere was open at lunch and dinner, with a three-course meal averaging €70 to-80 per person plus wine or drinks.

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