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Welcome hamper and fresh pastries
Apartments in Palazzo Ca'nova is made up of three self-catering apartments in a private palazzo, just a hop and a skip from Piazza San Marco, Venice. With views over the Grand Canal, it would be difficult to find a better position in in Venice.
Ca'nova Palazzo is steeped in history, dating back to the 12th-century. In the 17th-century, architect Bartolomeo Manopola remodelled it into a Renaissance palazzo. Since the early 19th-century the Treves family have owned the palazzo, and it was then that they commissioned artist Giuseppe Borsato to update the property. Now it is fitted with modern facilities while still maintaining its antique charm.
The apartments can be reached by a lift. Families are welcome.
All guests at Apartments in Palazzo Ca'nova receive a welcome hamper with a bottle of bellini, mineral water, fresh fruit, a nespresso machine with capsules, milk, butter, sugar and jam. In the mornings freshly baked croissants are delivered to your door.
There are plenty of shops and restaurants nearby including the world famous Harry's Bar, now a national landmark. For insider tips on where to shop and where to eat, speak to the owner who would be delighted to share her favourite spots in Venice.
Daily maid service, air-conditioning, washing machine and dryer, free WiFi, Bose cordless speakers, mattresses by Simmons (of Four Seasons fame), and luxury Italian bedlinen are just some of the luxuries you can expect to find at these beautifully redecorated fully-equipped apartments. All three apartments have bedrooms with their own en-suite bathrooms, fluffy towels and bathroom products. Guests all have access to the terrace which is shared by the palazzo. Cots and high chairs are available on request and babysitting and personal laundry can be arranged.
Guests at Apartments in Palazzo Ca'nova have the privilege of being introduced to a very private Venice through the eyes and contacts of the owner and her private secretary. This gives rare insights into Venice that a normal visitor would not normally have access to.
In-room massages and treatments can be arranged and guests have access to the swimming pool at the 5 star Cipriani Hotel, as well as the Excelsior beach club on the Lido.