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Hotel Ca'd'Oro, Venice

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The hotel building is an example of Venices minor architecture, but preserves the fascination of the ancient city. The Barbaro family came to Venice from Rome in 868, and members of the family fought in battle as Venetian army commanders or served as diplomats engaged in complicated relations with the Republics overseas possessions. As you come in by the distinctive courtyard with the well bearing the family name, you will be engulfed in the intimate and very particular atmosphere of a Venice of the past. Walking under the archway leading to the water gate on the Rio di Ca' Dolce, you will be carried back to the age of gondolas moving to and from among the palaces, mysterious custodians of amorous intrigues and conspiracies. The original 13th century beams and marble features in the space used as the reception hall have been preserved in perfect condition by careful restoration, and the chandelier and splendid antique mirror are specimens of the sublime skill of the master glaziers of Murano. Reception is open 24 hours a day, and our friendly, expert staff will help you to book a concert or an excursion, give you the name of a typical bar or night-club or a good restaurant, and will be at your service for any information you need. A warm welcome awaits you every morning in the breakfast room, where you can start the day well with a good breakfast chosen from an abundant buffet with a wide choice of food, to the harmonious sound of classical music.
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