: Marco Polo Airport
: Santa Lucia, Venezia
: Lido di Venezia Beach
The Building is sited in the heart of Venice, 100 m from the Arsenal Museum, a museum where there is the history of the navy of the Serenissima. On foot and in only 5 minutes, you can reach Saint Mark’s Square and its famous Doge’s Palace, walking along Riva degli Schiavoni, that represents the most beautiful and fascinating walk in Venice among buildings of the XVII century on your right and the fascination of the Saint Mark's Basin on the left, particularly magic and romantic under the first lights of dusk.
For the fashion lovers, close by there is Calle XXII Marzo, better known as the fashion street, where there are Gucci, D&G, Valentino stores, etc.
In the nearby do not forget the various restaurants and bars where you can taste the typical Venetian or international kitchen.
The closest ferry stop is Arsenale, from where, without passing any bridge, you can reach the Building.
The Building rises 100 m from the Arsenal Museum and 500 m from Saint Mark's Square in the wealthiest and lively historical centre area of Venice, full of fashion local stores, art galleries and some of the most famous restaurants of the city. It was built in 1512 by the count Verner di Dolo, one of the most important merchants of the time, who chose this location thanks to its proximity to Saint Mark's Square and to the size of the Arsenal Canal, that permitted the comfortable docking of its ships. At the end of the year 2010, the building was object of a radical renewal on behalf of the internationally famous interior designer Gianni Pulari, who was able to renew the beauties of the past in a contemporary key. A finicking work based on two base concepts: to maintain some antique features like the original beams in sight or the Serenissima seals on the stairwell, memory of the time with the high design finish touches like the floors in valuable woods, the excellent pieces of furniture and the most modern comforts.