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San Polo palazzo residence

Three stylish apartments in the heart of San Polo

Three divine apartments in a palazzo in the heart of San Polo, with communal terrace and wide canal views.

Corallino, located on the first floor ‘piano nobile’, is a jaw-dropping apartment boasting stunning views over Rio de San Polo.

Anicella, located on the second floor piano nobile, is the largest and most spectacular apartment in this lovely palazzo, with beautiful canal views. Towering ceilings and stylish custom-made Italian furnishings make this space a regal place to stay.

Ginevra is located on the second ‘piano nobile’, with architectural details reminiscent of 13th Century grandeur.

This property comprises 3 apartments:

· Ginevra · 1 bedroom · 2 bathrooms · 2 persons
· Corallino · 2 bedrooms · 2 bathrooms · 4 persons
· Anicella · 3 bedrooms · 3 bathrooms · 6 persons

Further information about this apartment

Location

San Polo palazzo residence

Comprising 3 apartments

Location

San Polo

Sleeps

Up to 12 persons

Bedrooms

6

Bathrooms

7

Bookings

Variable dates

Rental price

On request

Reference

v401

 

Facilities:

  • Canal views
  • Terrace
  • Private garden
  • Communal courtyard garden
  • Water gate
  • Air conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Lift
  • Internet (wireless/WIFI)

Further information about this apartment

 

The rental price includes gas, electricity, bed and bath linen, final cleaning, air conditioning, central heating, wifi/internet.

 

Strictly non smoking.

 

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The deep mists of Venice, known locally as caìgo, comes from the Venetian dialect ‘ca me ligo’, which means ‘here I tie up’.

Courtesy of VP  photographer in residence @AllisonZurfluh

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The deep mists of Venice, known locally as caìgo, comes from the Venetian dialect ‘ca me ligo’, which means ‘here I tie up’.

Courtesy of VP  photographer in residence @AllisonZurfluh

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