Ca’ Gottardi occupies the first floor of an ancient fifteenth-century Venetian palace, known as Ca’ Priuli that overlooks the Rio de Noal with a balcony surmounted by a beautiful four-lancet window with a late seventeenth century design. From here, looking to the right, Ca’ Pesaro, which is currently the home of the Modern Art Gallery, can be seen.
Ca’ Gottardi welcomes its gusts in its charming halls and rooms, which are all different from each other, in the style of the finest boutique hotels.
In addition to the piano nobile, guests are welcomed with a unique elegance, in which the creativity of Italian design enriched by a touch of luxury that is typical of the great patrician residences.
The Concierge is opened to guests and has refined furniture, evidence of different periods and cultures. A large bright window offers a suggestive view of Venice and its canals. Guests are welcomed with very special elegance, where the creativity of Italian design can be seen in every detail and that is enriched with a touch of preciousness, typical of great patrician houses.
The Studio Orange offers a relaxed atmosphere and attention to guests, since it makes newspapers and magazines, a selection of tea and a varied selection of biscuits available throughout the day.