The apartment is located at Celestia, a quite area in the district of Castello, just 15 minutes from Saint Mark's Square and one minute from the vaporetto stop. It's very convenient for those arriving from Piazzale Roma or the train station and also for those arriving from the airport. Located on the top floor and facing South, the apartment is very bright. It consists of a living room with kitchenette, one double bedroom, one single bedroom with extra bed possibility, one bathroom decorated with glass mosaics and a small terrace to have breakfast and sunbathing during the summer
The living area is furnished with a sofa bed for two additional people, 32 inch flat tv and a crystal dining table. The kitchen has a refrigerator, a freezer, a dishwasher, an oven, an extractor fan, and a microwave oven. In the double bedroom you will find a small desk for laptop use. On request for guests with small children, a bed side protection, cot, high chair, changing table and some toys will be made available. The shower room has a washing machine and a hairdryer. The apartment has heating and air conditioning. Our guests will be provided with full linens for rooms, tablecloth, towels, iron and ironing board and unlimited wi-fi.
Guests will be welcomed at the vaporetto stop and accompanied to the apartment where they will receive all the necessary instructions and also some useful information to visit Venice.
During your stay my husband and I will be at your disposal for any needs or requests.
In the area, very quiet and peaceful, you can find two greengrocers, two bakeries, a few bars, a supermarket and the "Ortis" grocery open since 1914!
The apartment is in walking distance from the vaporetto stop from which you can easily reach the islands of Murano and Burano and the Lido of Venice.
We are 15 minutes' walk from Saint Mark's square Venice Historic Centre. In the vicinity you can also visit many places of historical importance like the Arsenal of Venice and the Naval History Museum; and places of arts and culture as the beautiful church of San Francesco and the Venice Biennale.