The elegance of the modern style embracing the Venetian style
The classic rooms are 14m2 and are:
It is the most populated area of Venice. The name is derived from the ample rushes
that once covered the zone before it was inhabited. Here you can find the area of the Jewish ghetto, Ghetto Ebraico, as well as Strada Nova, a street with a variety of typical bars and traditional and ethnic restaurants.
The name is derived from the most stable and least marshy plot of land which was a characteristic of the zone. As a matter of fact it was one of the first zones to be inhabited, centuries before Rialto. Alongside San Marco, it is the neighbourhood where the majority of the most important museums are concentrated.
The name is derived from Santa Croce church which was demolished by Napoleon.
At one time it was a zone of saltworks.
Formed of seven islands and famous worldwide for it’s glass factories which were transferred there by order of the Doge in 1291. The islands also host a lighthouse which guides the entering ships to the port of Lido.
A slender island, 12km in length, that separates the lagoon from the Adriatic Sea forming the beach of Venice. The island is famous for it’s annual film festival, ‘Mostra dal Cinema’.
The original nucleus of the city. It was once a zone occupied by vegetable gardens
before the construction in Piazza San Marco which for almost a millennium was the political centre
and judiciary of the republic of Venice. It is here therefore, that you will find the most important
monuments of Venice. It is the only open space named ‘piazza’ in the city.
- Bathroom with shower/bathtub
- Conditioned air
- Free Wifi in the room
- tea/coffee kettle
- Flat screen TV