Ring the bell for ‘Curtain Up’ at Ca’ Dell’ Opera
– a tale of transformation from ugly duckling to swan
Lavishly and luxuriously renovated
to the same
exceptional standards as those offered by our spectacular Grand Canal
palazzi and piano nobile properties, and welcoming guests with a
comforting sense of warmth and intimacy in tune with its rather cosier
yet still more than ample proportions, VOV is delighted to announce the
launch of its showstopping new apartment.
Brimming with character and showcasing the fruits of yet another
supremely successful creative collaboration between Views on Venice and
trusted architect and interior design company Archflorence
, Ca’ Dell’ Opera
stands proud alongside Ca’ Del Teatro
, Ca’ Cerchieri Loredan
and Ca’ Dell’ Ulivo
as the latest in an innovative and highly regarded line-up of VOV - owned and completely restored apartments
– individually designed with refinement and taste to elevate them all to
the very top of their league, and marrying Venetian spirit and
understated glamour with flawlessly executed Florentine flair.
Named and beautifully decorated (though somewhat less ostentatiously!)
in homage to the magical jewel-like opera houses of Venice – the Malibran
, the Goldoni
and, of course, La Fenice
– and in memory of those theatres that have long disappeared, Ca’ Dell’ Opera has 4 bedrooms/4 bathrooms
and is charmingly located in peaceful Campo degli Incurabili, Dorsoduro
, close to the Accademia Galleries
and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
, and steps from the Zattere
with its spectacular views.
Sleeping 8 (+1)
in a relaxed atmosphere of quiet affluence and comfortable living, the fully air-conditioned
apartment is spread over 3 levels and impeccably presented from
top-to-toe in bespoke soft furnishings and custom-built fittings all
unique to Ca’ Dell’ Opera.
: please note that the apartment only accepts
fully supervised children over 6 years of age or under 1 year
(non-walking babies) because of the internal stairs.
Generous as well as flexible (two beds can be made into singles or
doubles at your request) and with Wi-Fi
connection too, accommodation
• A main entrance hallway leading to a beamed double bedroom with
twin beds, gothic-inspired mirrored wardrobe, terrazzo flooring and a
smart en-suite bathroom with shower and deluxe fittings.
• A handy utility room with combined washer/dryer
on the opposite
side of the hallway, and a stairs rising to the level above.
• A delightful and wonderfully coordinated beamed sitting room in
shades of deep duck egg blue with ruby red accents, a Juliet balcony,
large L-shaped sofa, custom-designed carpeting and polished marmorino
walls softly lit and hung with palazzo-style window-panelled mirrors –
• A well-equipped beamed kitchen/dining room – with integrated wine
fridge/cooler and Miele oven – in dramatic red marmorino, with banquet
seating, a dining table accommodating up to 10 guests, a Juliet balcony
and terrazzo flooring.
• A pretty-as-a-picture beamed twin bedroom resembling a leafy garden
arbor and with a Juliet balcony to the side. Exquisitely furnished in
honey-colour hues with bespoke carpeting and Zoffany ‘Eleanora’
wallpaper as backdrop.
• A stylish beamed master bedroom in subtle olive-grey with double
bed, mirrored wardrobe, bespoke carpeting and a splendid en-suite
bathroom with bathtub and separate shower.
• A separate bathroom with fabulously large shower and in similar style to the master’s en-suite.
Stairs to –
• A wonderfully cosy penthouse suite with beams and parquet flooring,
comprising a small sitting room/study/TV room-snug beautifully
decorated (again in Zoffany!) and with a sofa (which can be turned into a
single bed upon request); a charming double bedroom reached via a small
dressing area; and a smart en-suite bathroom with dual-access and
Elegance and comfort rolled into one
, and one of our finest achievements to date!
A short stroll to the Church of the Salute
and to the Punta Della Dogana
Center of Contemporary Art at Dorsoduro’s eastern tip, and close to a
great choice of eating places and bars including Ai Gondolieri
and Ristorante Riviera
for fine dining, and Osteria Al Squero
and Cantinone Gia Schiavi
for spritz and cicheti.
An easy walk to the Conad supermarket
at the western end of the Zattere,
to 4 vaporetto (water bus) stops
– Zattere Spirito Santo, Zattere,
Salute and Accademia – for travel around the city (note that St. Mark’s
Square can be reached by vaporetto from Salute in under 5 minutes on
), and to the ‘traghetto’
at Calle Lanza which, during operating
hours, ferries passengers by gondola across the Grand Canal to the
district of San Marco.
Also within easy reach of the Alilaguna boat stop
connecting the Zattere to Venice's Marco Polo Airport.