A great combination of residences located in the mews building of a recently restored 16th Century villa
Villa F on the island of Giudecca, in Venice, is a restored luxury residence offering a privileged stay away from the bustling crowds, yet conveniently close to all the major Venetian landmarks. Giudecca has regained its reputation as a holiday destination thanks to the modern renovations of some antique properties. One such property is Villa F, which was carefully restored at the initiative of a Venetian developer Francesca Bortolotto Possati, who aimed to revitalise and promote Giudecca’s rich cultural heritage.
Villa F has eleven independent residences, divided between the main property and the Mews Building. In the Mews Building there are the two sophisticated apartments, Aqua Marina and Corallo, each covering an area of 150 sqm.
Situated on the ground floor, Aqua Marina is a beautiful residence with exposed wooden beams and elegant furniture. It comprises two luxurious bedrooms with en-suite facilities, a comfortable living room with a dining area and a cosy fireplace. The apartment also has a fully-equipped kitchen and benefits access to the garden, which is shared with the other guests sojourning at Villa F.
Also situated on the ground floor of the Mews Building is apartment Corallo, which features neutral walls that complement the natural coloured wooden beams. The two en-suite bedrooms are utterly comfortable and boast antique furniture. Apartment Corallo has stocked wine cabinets and a fully-equipped kitchen, as well as access to an exterior terrace.
Guests who stay at the two-apartment complex, Aqua Marina and Corallo, enjoy privileged access to the Palladio Hotel and Spa as well as shared use of the swimming pool and the manicured gardens of Villa F.
Aqua Marina:2 double bedrooms with en-suite facilities
Corallo:2 double bedrooms with en-suite facilities
Venice is a lively city, with local and international artistic and cultural events. Some events like the 'Biennale' international exhibition of modern arts or the 'Campiello' Literary Prize and Palazzo Grassi host some of the most beautiful exhibitions every year, with Museo Correr showcasing fine arts and paintings in the city’s heart, St. Mark's Square.
In July every year, a religious feast takes place, il Redentore (The Redeemer), in the lagoon with boats, lanterns and fireworks, setting Venice in a glamorous frame. There is also the splendour of the Carnival, with masks and people dressed as if it was the 700s in Venice, with dances and music. The Historical Regatta (a colourful parade of boats followed by a race thereafter to crown the best crew), takes place on the first Sunday in September.
Venice is an open-air exhibition of art and culture. It is known worldwide as the 'city of romance,' art, and literature, and houses some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world. Signature examples include the Doge's Palace, Rialto Bridge (one of the last Europe's full stone bridges), St. Mark's Basilica and the Square itself. Visit world-famous museums and art exhibitions such as Mureo Correr, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo Grassi and more, wander the vast and varied art collection of Galleria dell'Accademia, and go to Museo Cà Rezzonico, displaying draperies, dresses and original furniture from the 700s.
NearbyMuseo Correr – 300 metresSt. Mark's Square – 400 metresSt Mark’s Basilica – 450 metresBridge of Sighs – 600 metresRialto Bridge – 900 metres
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