During the last century, this house belonged to Angelo Scattolin, a famous Venetian architect, Chair in Architecture at the University of Venice, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and Overseer of St. Mark's Church between the 1960s and 70s. In his house, he blended the classic Venetian styles with solutions which were already paving the way for modern architecture: respect for tradition and innovation are combined with a simple, rational style in the rooms and furnishings, reflecting the light and charm of Venice.
The extremely well-lit, spacious rooms, set in a very quiet location, offer every comfort. (On request: Grand Canal view ). Some rooms, the living-room and the breakfast-room enjoy a wonderful view over the Grand Canal. Breakfast also features a combination of classic Continental and Mediterranean flavours with the strong, authentic tastes of Central European delicacies. Where possible we use certified organic products.
Cà Angeli San Polo, 1434 - Calle del Tragheto della Madoneta 30125 Venezia www.caangeli.it