Lovely historical palazzo in Venice with four, one bedroom apartments on the canal which offers guests a unique experience both for those that have already visited Venice or for those visiting for the first time.
The Palace has been in the family for five generations. Once owned by a famous 16th century art dealer. Every apartment still retains nostalgic charm with Murano chandeliers the rich curtains and refined antiques from the XIX century with Jacuzzi’s in every apartment.
The apartments overlooking the canal, not only offer an amazing view experience the passing gondolas and the echo of the typical Venetian serenade sung by the gondoliers.
Everything has been enriched and carefully perfected in all details in order to make the glitz of the past live again in our modern time.
Bedrooms: 1 Double
Sofa bed for two
All apartments contain the following:
Small kitchen with electric hotplate, microwave, tableware and stove
Individual air con/heating system
Adsl internet wi fi connection for unlimited and free use
Bathroom wih Jacuzzi bathtub, hairdryer and international plug for razors
Common area facilities
Internet point at the reception desk
Night porter service
Daily and final cleaning included in the price
Upon request free cradle and child bed
Pets are welcome
Municipality tax extra to be paid on check-in in cash euro. Buffet breakfast upon request with an extra fee.
Area in Venice
A great location on the water in the sestiere of Santa Croce in Venice 5 min walk from Piazzale Roma (bus and car terminal of the town) and 10 min from Santa Lucia railway station approx 30 walk to San Marco or catch the ferry.
- Final cleaning Included
- Electricity, water, gas included
- Central heating
- Small pets welcome
- On waterfront
- Historical building
Venice is a unique city where historical palaces and churches and the homes of the Venetians reflect in the meandering canals, giving it a surreal beauty and a magical quality that seduces the visitor. After 1400 years of extraordinary history, it has remained almost unchanged; there are no cars, just the sound of footsteps, the splashing of the water in the canals and the swish of the gondolier’s oar.It is a small city but, but possesses a high concentration of famous art so there is much to see. Despite millions of tourists, each year,