A magnificent deluxe apartment with stunning views of St Mark's Basilica
The Giustinian Apartment is a luxury two-bedroom residence, situated on the first floor of the exquisite and exclusive Canaletto Suites, in central Venice. The property was named after its famous previous owner, the landscape painter, Giovanni Antonio Canal, also known as Canaletto.
The deluxe apartment overlooks the well-known Piazza San Marco. Moreover, the famous clock tower, which is a trademark of the square, is located in the same building as this beautiful residence.
The luxury rental has a unique personality which exudes comfort and elegance, making Giustinian a favoured accommodation among discerning guests visiting Venice for leisure or business.
The apartment displays a decorative combination of classic touches such as fine furnishings, Murano chandeliers, stately wood floors, with modern aesthetics, such as Botticini marble bathrooms with facilities which provide a spa experience in the comfort of the apartment.
Giustinian can comfortably accommodate up to four guests in its two double bedrooms. There is also ample living space with a dining area for guests to enjoy their time together.
Guests who are organising a trip to Venice for holiday or business can enjoy a comfortable stay indulging in all the luxury at the prestigious Giustinian Apartment, just steps away from all the important Venetian landmarks and immersed in history.
2 double bedrooms1 en-suite bathroom2 bathrooms in total
Venice is perhaps one of Italy’s most famous cities, attracting millions of visitors each year. Promoting a lively lifestyle and with an abundance of local and international artistic and cultural events.
Its indulgent climate, unique landscaping, elegance and beauty make Venice an attractive year-round destination, especially preferred among couples who wish to celebrate their love in a romantic setting.
The most notable events that take place in Venice each year include: The Biennale international exhibition of modern arts; the Campiello – an event dedicated to assigning literary prizes; or the art exhibitions at Palazzo Grassi, and Museo Correr.
The Redeemer (Festa del Redentore) is an annual religious event on the third Sunday of July. The event is celebrated with fireworks, locals adorn their terraces with lanterns, and the whole city comes alive with colour. Not to be missed is also the Historical Regatta, a colourful parade of gondolas, followed by a race crowning the best crew. The race takes place on the first Sunday of September.
St Mark's Square – 50 m
St Mark’s Basilica – 100 m
Museo Correr – 100 m
Bridge of Sighs – 200 m
Rialto Bridge – 700 m
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