Villa F
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Villa F

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.

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These 11 luxurious self-catering apartments…

“…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.”

The exclusive 16th-century Villa F…

“…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.”

One of the best-kept secrets 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.”

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  • One of the things that gives us greater pleasure is the genuine satisfaction of our customers.

Their appreciation for the beauty found in #Venice and here with us!

Thank you to @klaviermusikant for sharing to the community a photo of your room.

We all of the #Bauer Hotel wish you a wonderful stay in Venice!

May the beauty of the city always remain deep in your heart!

Share with us your Bauer experience!!
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Beautiful room at Bauer #venezia #bauer
  • The arrival from the sea.

Here's where we await our beloved guests at the #Bauer Hotel.

We are in the exact spot where the lagoon enters the city, where two of the city's most important "streets" meet, the Grand Canal and the Giudecca canal.

And from this symbolic place, the meeting between sea and #Venice, our guests come and go, to and from all over the world or just to explore the most hidden and characteristic canals of the city, to enjoy the wonders that surround us.

We want to be your fixed point in Venice. Your certainty that you will always be welcome on this jetty.

We are waiting for you!

Thank you to @marcodabbicco for the pic!
  • This beautiful building is a bit like the symbol of #Venice: a city immersed in water.

The channels touch the house like the city itself, and all life here must always keep it in mind, with a constant challenge of man to the lagoon.

A fascinating challenge that must constantly be balanced to be perpetrated to posterity.

We at the #Bauer Hotel deeply love our city, and we help our guests to be part of it, to feel its charm and beauty.

But beauty is often fragile, and it must be protected more than anything else!

Our congratulations to @amandiophotographie for the fantastic photo!
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  • Big Ships in #Venice. In old style sauce.
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This is not a polemical post, even if we of the #Bauer Hotel consider the fragility of our city as of the utmost importance, and we support obviously the respect of Venice.
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Here we are in 1902, and this ship had a very renowned owner: Mr. J.P. Morgan, great American tycoon and businessman.
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It seems that Morgan was proud of his surname, in common with that of the English buccaneer Henry Morgan, of the XVII century. So he gave all his great ships the name "Corsair".
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This is the Corsair III, which faces the end of the Grand Canal and St. Mark's Square.
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It was a great show at the time, a rather unusual sight that left all the Venetians amazed!
  • A wonderful embroidery: the façade of Palazzo Ducale!
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For centuries the venetian peole worked on this wonder. The façade towards the "piazzetta", in particular, had its shape in the XV century.
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A set of solid marble columns that create a great effect of light and shadow.
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One of the most beautiful examples of Venetian #Gothic, which still today is admired by citizens and tourists.
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And this beautiful architecture is so close to us at the #Bauer Hotel, that you can enjoy it at any time of day, in all your walks.
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Illuminated by the sun and brightened by the moon: your stay in the city can always cross the beauty of our beloved city...
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Our congratulations to @Itcodnaumov for the fantastic photo!
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  • You know, the details always make the difference.
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And so we like to show you something to watch out for.
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In the middle of the beauty of #Venice, we, at #Bauer Hotel, play with small combinations: the alternation of the marble of the fireplace, the delicate decorations of the walls, the golden splendor of frames and chandeliers...
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Because beauty can also be enclosed in small things.
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And all this, one day, will be an important part of your #venice experience...
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Thank you to @marcodabbicco for the photo!