Palazzo Alverà

 

 

Picture a palace....a bohemian beauty, lavish in luxury and whispering privilege. Now pass through its doors and embark on a journey through richness and opulence, true comfort and style.

Overlooking the Grand Canal, benefitting from two superb terraces and occupying the top two floors of the 16th Century 'Palazzo Corner Gheltoff Alvera' in the hushed and genteel San Samuele parish of San Marco, Palazzo Alverà ( a combination of two connected apartments, Ca’ dei Colori 1 plus another property) sleeps 15 in accommodation which can only be described as 'extraordinary'.

Reached via the Palazzo's private water entrance on the Grand Canal (if arriving by water taxi), or via its delightfully leafy private garden with ancient well-heads to the rear, the apartment combines vivid imagination and unflinching good taste with magnificent artistry and skilled craftsmanship all blending together to create a feast for the eyes and a joy for the senses; rewarding guests with delightful discoveries at every turn and conjuring up both the elegance of past times and an atmosphere reminiscent of the distant lands and ancient trade routes on which Venice built her vast historic empire.