Living as a Venetian
An essential part of the Bauer Hotels Venice galaxy, strongly rooted in the Lagoon history, the superb façade of “Villa F” stands right on the island of Giudecca, in front of the Grand Canal and San Mark´s Square.
Villa F was built as a home for noble Venetian families. In the early 20th century it became a luxury pensione for artists, actors and writers of the era.
It is located in an historic palazzo from the Renaissance, and has been superbly restructured with evey modern convenience.
Many years of training and hard work are an integral part of the journey undertaken by each and every chef. To graduate from well-trained to truly a master of cuisine it takes an innate artistry, a character full of passion and the philosophical dedication to Food as an Art.
In an elegant, soft, and cosy atmosphere, the Palladio Spa offers a privileged area dedicated to beauty and wellbeing.
We invite you to browse through our treatment and massage collection, created for clientele seeking efficiency and absolute high quality service.
What Others Say
“…on the Giudecca island range from striking to jaw-dropping, with spectacular views across the lagoon to St Mark’s. Part of the Bauer hotel group, the 16th-century palazzo has been beautifully restored, preserving painted ceilings, wall frescoes and terrazzo floors.”
“…offers 11 self-contained luxurious suites in what was once one of Venice’s chicest addresses and served as a residence to a number of noble Italian families. The abandoned regal property has recently been completely renovated and decorated with impeccable style, creating a world class residence of understated luxury beyond anything else in Venice.”
“…this extraordinary property on Giudecca is the jewel of the locally owned Bauer hotel group. Doing away with traditional heavy Venetian design, the 11 rustic suites—most of which overlook Piazza San Marco and the Zattere—are stuffed with goodies (full-size bathroom amenities and extras from the on-hand butler, for starters). The gardens (complete with a small pool—rare for Venice) lead into those of the adjoining Bauer Palladio hotel, and there’s a shuttle to San Marco during peak season.”