Following a lengthy and painstaking renovation, Venice’s Palazzo Garzoni has been reborn as the home of four exquisite residences. This 15th-century masterpiece boasts a magnificent entrance facing the Grand Canal, a superb location between Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, and a private pontoon for boats and gondolas. Inside, the 1000 m² interior features expertly curated contemporary art and luxurious furnishings.
Looking out over Venice’s Grand Canal, the Piano Nobile is the most spacious of Palazzo Garzoni’s apartments. Arranged over two floors, it has been decorated with the utmost care and contains impeccably restored ceiling paintings.
The second-largest of Palazzo Garzoni’s apartments can accommodate up to eight guests. Located on the building’s third floor, it has a large, exquisitely furnished reception area and a stunning wood-panelled kitchen.
Sleek contemporary design and an atmosphere of cosy comfort are the hallmarks of this charming third-floor apartment, which can host up to four people. Views over the rooftops of Venice add an enchanting, romantic feel.
With its exposed ceiling beams and private terrace, this fourth-floor loft apartment is an elegant haven for five guests (3 adult, 2 children). Chic modern furniture and modish wood-panelling provide a stylish counterpoint to the Gothic splendour outside.