In the heart of the most authentic Venice, you can find the apartment Ca dei Botteri 3, a few steps away from the most important touristic places, in an ancient venetian residence. The apartment, newly renewed with modern finishing, completely paved in elegant parquet, is furnished with elegant pieces of furniture in the tones of white and red. Ca dei Botteri 3 has a completely accessorised kitchen, a roomy living room with an elegant glass table and a comfortable double davenport. The two bedrooms are composed of: one with double bed and roomy wardrobe, while the other, in the nuances of green, with two single beds. The apartment has two restrooms, in the nuances of walnut colour with an elegant mosaic on the shower floor, while the other, with windows, in the tones of grey.
The additional comforts in the apartment are the satellite Lcd television, air conditioning, hair dryer, toaster, vacuum cleaner and cradle for children (upon request).
The apartment is located on the third floor.
Space for 6 persons.
Away from the comings and goings of the tourists, a few steps from the market, the fish market and the most vivid atmospheres of Venice, the apartment Ca dei Botteri 3 is a place to comfortably discover by foot the beauty of Venice.
From Ca dei Botteri 3 in 5 minutes you can reach the commercial heart of Venice: Rialto. The promenade continues through the Rialto bridge among the lively little stores, to go down into the Mercerie, the evocative name of antique commerce in Venice, a unique number of every kind of shining shop windows, still nowadays, a real paradise of shopping up to St Mark's Square: international franchising, fashion brands, boutiques of famous Italian and worldwide stylists (Rolex, Gucci, Cartier, Krizia, etc.) and the typical handcrafts like the carnival masks and the Murano glass. Once in St Mark's Square, the scenario is really breath-taking: the St Mark's Basilica with its precious façade in mosaic and valuable marble, crowned by the Procuratie as if in an elegant living room ready to welcome the hosts under the porches and in the historical cafes.