General Description The prestigious dwelling of Palatine Count Francesco Amadi in the Middle Ages, today Ca' Amadi is a charming inn with the glamour of a historic residence and the service of the best hotels in Venice. A place rich in both history and splendor, Ca' Amadi has been able to maintain the atmosphere of the Venice of the 18th Century, with style decorations and beautiful brocades that give a touch of timeless charm to the inn and make it one of the most appreciated guest houses, boutique hotels or hotels in Venice because of its atmosphere and comfort. Residence of Marco Polo during the Maritime Republic of Venice and then of the Palatine Count Francesco Amadi, Ca' Amadi is a place rich in both history and splendor, where you can still experience the intact atmosphere of 18th Century Venice. Ca' Amadi's rooms and common areas are located on the main floor of the (13th Century) palace with the typical portego (sitting room) illuminated by elegant three-mullioned windows facing the canal, with its original wood ceilings and the frescoes from the 15th Century made in honor of the official visit to Venice of Frederick III, Austrian Emperor, who loved spending the summer at Ca' Amadi together with his wife Leonora.
Room Service, High-speed Internet, Airport shuttle, Tour Desk, 24 Hour
Reception, Safe-Deposit Box, Laundry service
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