A charming residence located in a recently restored 16th-century villa that goes beyond any imagination
The Corallo Suite is a charming two-bedroomed residence that is part of the famous Villa F, situated on the island of Giudecca, facing the St. Mark’s Square. The property is in an ideal location, far from the busy crowds of tourists, yet conveniently close to the important Venetian landmarks.
For many decades, if not centuries, Villa F served as the residence of noble Venetian families; however, at the turn of the 20th century, it served as an important pensione for artists of many kinds, from actors to writers.
After several years of thorough renovation, initiated by the dedicated Miss Bortolotto Possati, the luxury villa now serves as an upscale accommodation for discerning guests visiting Venice for leisure or business. The property comprises many private residences, as well as a mews building, which allow guests to experience the luxurious Venetian lifestyle and not miss any of the island’s daily dynamic.
The Corallo Suite is situated on the first floor of the mews building, which is adjacent to Villa F and has access to the same garden and swimming pool. Corallo boasts two double bedrooms with en suite facilities and a full kitchen. The suite also enjoys access to a terrace and supplied wine cabinet. Guests can also benefit from complimentary access to the neighbouring Palladio Hotel and Spa.
2 x double bedrooms 2 x en-suite bathrooms
Venice is a sparkling city, with local and international artistic and cultural events. Events include the 'Biennale' international exhibition of modern arts or the literary Prize 'Campiello’. The Palazzo Grassi hosts some of the most beautiful exhibitions every year, and the Museo Correr hosts fine arts and paintings in the heart of the city heart, St. Mark's Square.
Every year in July, il Redentore (the Redeemer), a religious feast, takes place in the lagoon. Boats, lanterns and fireworks, and other attractions set Venice in a glamorous frame.
Next is the Historical Regatta, a colourful parade of boats followed by a race ending with the crowning of the best crew. The parade 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, literature, and houses, and the greatest artistic treasures in the world. Signature examples include the Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge – one of Europe's last fully stone bridges – St. Mark’s Basilica, and the square itself.
Guests can visit world-famous museums and art exhibitions such as Museo Correr, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo Grassi, and more, wander the vast and varied art collection of Galleria dell'Accademia, or Museo Cà Rezzonico, displaying draperies, dresses, and original furniture of the 700s.
Museo Correr: 300 mSt. Mark's Square: 400 mSt Mark’s Basilica: 450 mBridge of Sighs: 600 mRialto Bridge: 900 m
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