At 30 metres from Ca’ Maria Adele, Caryatids is a two-floor house built in 1950 that will take you on a journey to a yet-undiscovered side of Venice. At the ground floor, you will find its main living space, a place where every detail tells the story of exquisite Italian creativity and craftsmanship as your gaze traces the line of the horizon all the way to the garden at Palazzo Cicogna. The beautiful dehors will make for an amazing Venetian experience.
The two upstairs bedrooms (one with bathroom en suite) are decorated with exotic details, a nod to the ability of Venetian style to blend East and West. The ambiance will tell the second chapter of the story, a story of pastel tints and breath-taking views on the canal and on the Salute Basilica. Thanks to gravity-defying architecture, the study room seems suspended on water as you look onto the Grand Canal.
Two powder rooms are to be found downstairs.
Cariatidi (Caryatids) is the stepping stone to a Venice few ever get to know.