A family owned property dating from 1924 with a charming frontage that looks over a tiny, picturesque canal with a private landing stage. There are many original paintings on display throughout the communal areas, including paintings by Matisse.
This option should please those who seek a truly authentic Venetian base.
An ornate building which is typical of the area with a pink painted exterior, a wide glass frontage and a well respected restaurant in an adjacent building.
Property type: Hotel
Balcony/Terrace: Some rooms
Built Year: 1600s
The palatial and upmarket looking interior has striped curtains in the wide lobby area with its polished floors and long wooden reception desk. Tall windows provide views out over the canal and to the rear of the Doges Palace. Smart beige-coloured furnishings complement the gracious decor and paintings.
The adjoining restuarnat is well furnished with more paintings and artefacts on display and is shared with the sister property opposite.
There are no grounds.
Area Type: In a narrow street, amongst a host of similar style properties with a sister establishment immediately across the street, the Dona Palace. There are plenty of tourist amenities, including St Mark's Square, from 100 yds along the street and San Zaccaria water bus stop is 150 yds away.
- Public facilities
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- TV (English language)
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