A splendid two-bedroom apartment with stunning views of St Marks Basilica in Venice
Once the grand home of Canaletto – arguably Venice’s most famous landscape painter in the 1700s – Apartment Gritti is set over the second floor of the Canaletto Suites overlooks the iconic Saint Mark’s Square. It is located within the same building that hosts the piazza’s famous clock tower, and is just steps away from the sparkling basin.
The luxury apartment charms guests with a distinct hybrid of classic and modern aesthetics. Fine draperies and sparkling Murano chandeliers hang high, rounded out by stately wood floors and more Murano furniture. Botticino marble bathrooms and saunas create relaxing en suite spa experiences.
The apartment includes a comfortable living and dining area, a well-equipped kitchenette and two double bedrooms, one of which boasts an en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi. There is also a sauna with chronotherapy for the ultimate relaxation.
Ideal for a city getaway, Apartment Gritti is both conveniently located and steeped in history.
1 x double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bathtub & Jacuzzi 1 x double bedroom with shared bathroom
Apartment Gritti is located in Venice, 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, it’s no wonder that Venice is such a loved destination.
Its indulgent climate, unique landscaping, and the reverentially preserved elegance and beauty of this historical place makes Venice an attractive year-round destination, especially preferred by couples who wish to celebrate their love and relationships in a romantic setting.
The most notable events taking place in Venice each year include the following: 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 a religious event that takes place annually on the third Sunday of July. The event is celebrated with fireworks, locals adorn their terraces and boats with lanterns, and the whole city is set in a glamorous frame.
Another event not to be missed is 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.
Distances (approx.): 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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