Locanda Casa Martini

Eighteenth-Century Palace in Venice: your stay immersed in history

Casa Martini in Venice is pleased to host you in the Eighteenth-century palace that belonged to the Martini family. The story of a family of merchants originally from Tuscany who has lived in Venice for centuries and made this palace their historic home.

“Welcome home”, this is how we welcome our guests, to whom we’ll have a small tour of the Palace and tell every detail they’d like to know on its history. Our rooms are situated on the main floors of the Palace, accessible from the main entrance staircase which will immediately lead you in the history of the building. Next to the Reception you’ll be immediately attracted by the beauty of the typical Venetian floor called “terrazzo alla veneziana” a polychrome marble floor which reports the year of the last restoration: 1850. Without forgetting the small sitting room in front of the piano, and the view over the Rio Terà San Leonardo from our suggestive three-mullioned window.

There are also small and cosy common areas where guests can relax and, in the warmer periods, two terraces where they can spend pleasant moments while tasting the flavours of the area. Our building consists of three floors, without a lift, to preserve its typical and distinctive architecture.

The Martinis, a family of silk and fabric merchants from the city of Lucca, have been present and active in Venice since the last decades of the 14th Century.
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