A prestigious late gothic palace in the centre of the Canal Grande route, the area of San Samuele and Santo Stefano has been traditionally the residential space of the city where all the most influential families have established their main residence. Being equally distant from San Marco (political and religious centre) and Rialto (business centre), it represents the perfect location from which they have exercised their power and managed their interests in more than 1000 years of history of the Republic of Venice. The first settlements in the area date back to the 10th century and the first palaces were built in the 12th century.
Palazzo Garzoni Moro has been built in the 15th century and it has been restored completely in 2017. It is composed by a large residence facing the Canal Grande and privately owned and 8 apartments in the rear part of the Building all facing the private courtyard, the nearby canal and the Venetian roofs. Despite being close to most attractions and tourist’s routes for the Guggenheim Foundation, Accademia di Belle Arti, Museo Franchetti, Palazzo Giustiniani and Palazzo Fortuny it is extremely quiet. The proximity to Salizada San Samuele, Calle della Mandola and Campo San Maurizio give the chance to the guest to be also close to so many shops, restaurants and the famous antique open market of San Maurizio. Literally 5 minutes’ walk to “Palazzina G” famous luxury Hotel and close to the “Bauer”, key spots for the exclusive night life in Venice, allow the guest to feel and be in the centre of anything that matters and happen in town, especially, during the Film Festival and the Biennale of Arts and Architecture.
The building has been finely restored with easy to use and effective home automation appliances, floor heating, lift, central air conditioning, top and latest design kitchens and bathrooms.
The Murano apartment is a lovely one bedroom flat on the mezzanine of the palace. It has 6 steps to reach the apartment’s door from the courtyard level and lots of small windows all around the rooms. It faces partly the nearby canal and partly the private courtyard of the palace Garzoni Moro.
It has one double bedroom, an open living area with kitchen’s table and kitchen and a marble bathroom with cabin shower. Antique collectors’ glassware and furniture are present in the whole flat. The kitchen is fully equipped. Internet Wifi is also included.