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Dorotea ~ Giudecca

Amazing Giudecca Island apartment


  • dish washer
  • washing machine
  • wi-fi
  • tv
  • heating

The apartment “Dorotea” is an elegant private home set at the water’s edge of the Canale of Giudecca: choosing this apartment for your journey in Venice is far more pleasant and infinitely more romantic than visiting Venice as a guest in a simply hotel.

The house has been restored and furnished to a very high level in excellent taste with two large windows on each floor affording spectacular views of La Salute, Piazza San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale and San Giorgio.
Accomodation details
– Ground floor: Twin bedroom.
– First floor: Living room. Dining room leading into a well-equipped kitchen divided by a partition. Double bedroom with an ensuite marble bathroom with a large shower.
– Second floor: Sitting room leading into a small double bedroom divided by a partition. Bathroom with shower.

Amenities: Diswasher, Washing machine, wi-fi, Tv, c.heating

Destination: Venice

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

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Apartment DOROTEA is a private home in Venice, set at the water’s edge of the Canale of Giudecca, next to one of Palladio’s masterpieces, the famous church “Il Redentore”.

The Giudecca is one of Venice’s best kept secrets, a heavenly retreat inhabited almost entirely by locals although boasting some of the city’s best restaurants and bars.

You can lunch at Altanella’s two hundred yards away, at Harry’s Dolce or at Chip’s (Cipriani restaurant) on the waterfront and feel the true maritime history of Venice.

There is a vaporetto landing just outside the door and Piazza San Marco is three stops away.

The Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark (officially known in Italian as the Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco and commonly known as Saint Mark’s Basilica) is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice, northern Italy. It is the most famous of the city’s churches and one of the best known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture. It lies at the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco, adjacent and connected to the Doge’s Palace. Originally it was the chapel of the Doge, and has only been the city’s cathedral since 1807, when it became the seat of the Patriarch of Venice,archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice, formerly at San Pietro di Castello.