Once home to the Venetian painter Giacomo Favretto, the most representative of the city’s “realista” school during the second half of the nineteenth century, CĂ Favretto opens up from silent, shaded side streets onto a stunning view of the Grand Canal. Originally built in the fourteenth-century, the home served throughout the years as residence to some of the more important Venetian noble families until 1951 when it was transformed into a “pensione”. San Cassiano now offers discriminatingÂ guests the
Accommodation in Venice
HĂ´tel Marconi is located at the foot of the famed Rialto Bridge in the very heart of historic Venice with easy access to the public transportation system and the characteristic open-air markets. One of the city’s few exclusive hĂ´tels in the 1930′s, HĂ´tel Marconi offers 26 air-conditioned bedrooms with private bathrooms and all of the modern amenities.Â Within an inviting atmosphere of Old-World ease and charm, guests can enjoy a hot buffet in the sunny breakfast room or relax in the bar along the Grand Canal.
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