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Palazzo Morosini is managed by Pietro, General Manager.
150 - 900/night
Suitable for 2-6 people

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View from Anice room - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— Pietro: “We have a sun-drenched garden by the canal, which is a beautiful place to have breakfast or enjoy a glass of wine in the evening. It’s rare to have such an outdoor space in Venice.”
Interview By:

— How would you describe Palazzo Morosini in a nutshell?

Pietro: “Palazzo Morosini degli Spezieri is the ideal home away from home. It’s a beautiful 15th-century palazzo in the very heart of Venice’s San Polo sestiere and boasts magnificent views of the city. It was completely restored over a 5 1/2 year period with an up-and-coming Venetian designer to create interiors that are sleek and decorated with locally-produced textiles and top furnishings. We opened in April 2017 so everything is extremely new and there are very few apartments in Venice with this level of comfort and sophistication.”
View from Anice room - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— View from Anice room

— Please tell us about the layout of the property and the rooms.

Pietro: “Palazzo Morosini has 9 apartments on three floors that range from 50-150 sqm. Many of the apartments interconnect, enabling us to accommodate groups of 2-10. Six are one-bedroom apartments (with sofa beds for up to 4 people), two have two bedrooms, and one is a three-bedroom apartment. There’s also the possibility of renting the entire palazzo, which has about 30 beds in total.

We have a sun-drenched garden by the canal, which is a beautiful place to have breakfast or enjoy a glass of wine in the evening. It’s rare to have such an outdoor space in Venice.”
Anice lounge and dining area - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— Anice lounge and dining area

— And what about the views?

Pietro: “Because of the location, many of the apartments have very open views, which is rare in Venice as most waterfront properties look onto buildings directly across the canal. So to have this perspective on the city is quite unusual. But not all of the apartments have views. The Aneto apartment overlooks the garden on one side and the cloister on the other, which features a lounge area where guests can relax, while the other ground-floor apartment, Mirto, is set in a detached building across two floors and overlooks the garden and canal.”
Canalside terrace - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— Canalside terrace

— Please tell us about the facilities and services offered at Palazzo Morosini.

Pietro: “Every apartment has complimentary toiletries, as well as high-quality beds and Egyptian cotton sheets. There’s either a fully-equipped kitchen or kitchenette, as well as a washing machine, ironing equipment, safe and hair dryer. There are mirror TVs and surround sound systems, as well as ultra-fast Wi-Fi. Each apartment has floor and wall heating, as well as A/C to ensure optimal climatisation in winter and summer.

In each apartment there’s a booklet containing information about the palazzo and the city of Venice, including transportation options and current exhibits.

There is on-site support during the day who can assist with booking restaurants or providing information on the city, as well as a laundry and maid service on request. We can also stock the fridge with food prior to arrival. We are available 24 hours in case our guests need to reach us.”
The canal by the Palazzo - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— The canal by the Palazzo

— How would you describe the atmosphere of Palazzo Morosini?

Pietro: “The atmosphere is very serene and peaceful. Although we are in the centre of Venice, San Polo is an area that’s not so touristy. The apartments are designed to remind us of our own home, even though we have a lot of elements and furnishings that bring you back to Venice, like the Murano chandeliers and the Rubelli fabrics.

The level of comfort in the apartments is very contemporary. In addition, being surrounded by the water and gardens is also very soothing and relaxing. After a day of sightseeing, it is wonderful to come back to a beautiful apartment with these stunning views… you don’t really want to leave.”
Ginepro lounge - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
— Ginepro lounge

— What is your policy on family/children or is it best for couples?

Pietro: “We do accept children. We’re very happy to have different types of guests from all over the world.

Venice generally tends to be a couple’s destination. This is why we have so many one-bedroom apartments. But a lot of our guests are traveling with their families or with friends, so they can either take two apartments on the same floor, or a two-bedroom apartment, or several apartments.”
 - Palazzo Morosini, in Venice, Italy
 
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