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  • A Perfect Venetian Palazzo!

    "It would be hard to find a more perfect place to stay in Venice! Several years ago, as we stood on the dock of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, watching the water traffic pass by, we vowed that, on our return, we would rent a place with a dock and similar wonderful views of the Grand Canal. And we found it in this lovely palazzo! The location of this property is truly superb, not only because of its water-front position but because of the easy accessibility to everywhere in Venice! It is 2 minutes’ walk to the traghetto to the opposite bank of the Canal (Guggenheim, Museum of Contemporary Art, etc.) and about a 4 minute walk to the vaporetto stop for Piazza San Marco, the Rialto, the train station, etc. The Alilaguna from to the airport ($17 p.p.) drops off/picks up at this stop and is a good alternative to a water taxi (which can be tricky and costs $110). About 1 minute's walk away there is a general store and Campo San Stefano (good restaurants and gelateria) and the Accademia bridge are a short stroll away. La Fenice for the Opera is also easy to reach on foot. The owners offer two rentals at this property: a main unit on the first floor (US “second floor”) and a ground floor (US “first floor”) honeymoon studio. The two rentals share the dock and a hallway to the dock. Although there were only three of us, we decided to rent the honeymoon studio, as well as the main unit, so that we so that we would have the whole place to ourselves and could spend late nights/early mornings on the dock without disturbing or intruding on others in the honeymoon studio. This was a great decision. This property is a far cry from a stark, cold rental property: it is clearly the owners’ much-loved second home. The prize feature of the main unit is the grand living room and dining room with a bank of tall casement windows which front onto the Grand Canal. When thrown open, these provide delightful cushioned window seats from which to view the gondolas and other boats passing below. We loved sitting there and watching and listening to all the activity on the Canal. The bedrooms in the main unit are at the rear and sides of the property, away from the Canal, so there are no water views but, at the same time, they are removed from the bustle of the water traffic and allow for a good night’s sleep. We loved our week in this spectacular palazzo and its warm, welcoming, homey, high-end accommodations and would return to it in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Daryl N. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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