| Like a small hotel with view on Grand Canal and near Rialto Bridge in Venice
Located on Riva del Carbon, in the San Marco district, an old Doge's residence is home to the little hotel Palazzo Bembo, a comfortable gothic residence in the historic center of Venice, with a view of the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge.
Palazzo Bembo offers unique experiences in rooms with dreamy atmospheres that still have some of the original furniture, some precious water colors from the nineteenth century and gorgeous Murano glass objects.
Just a few steps from Palazzo Bembo, you will find Rialto, the heart of Venice, enlivened by the famous fish market, old shops and market stalls; an extraordinary place, rich with pubs and restaurants where the evening starts with the traditional Venetian cocktail, the spritz.
In addition to being face to face with the Rialto Bridge and its infamous market, you're just a few steps away from Ca’ Farsetti, the twelfth century Venetian-Byzantine palazzo now home to the town hall. You're close to the Goldoni theater where a rich season of shows by the theater's Venetian playwright namesake, William Shakespeare and Eduardo de Filippo are on the program.
Palazzo Bembo is in Riva del Carbon at numbers 4793 - 4785, on the Grand Canal in front of the Rialto line 1 and Alilaguna Orange Line and near private water taxi station.
The Rialto Stopof public boat line 2 is just a few feet away. Line 1 and 2 stop in front of the Santa Lucia train station and Piazzale Roma car terminal.
Alilaguna Orange line is the public boat service that go directly to Venice Marco Polo Airport.
St. Mark's Square is just 5-minutes away by foot. Walking there you can enjoy other splendid side trips to places like the Mercerie, crowded route full of shops that joins Rialto with St. Mark's Square. Here you'll find the best of the best, from the fantastic boutique windows to the most beautiful handcrafted Murano glass and the most spectacular architecture of the Doge Palace and impressive bell tower.
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