This Apartment in Venice Is Right on the Grand Canal, and It’s Yours To Rent
If you’re looking to rent an apartment or Airbnb in Venice, you’re probably going to look for something with a canal view. Why not rent a place with the ultimate canal view? At the GRITTI Grand Canal Apartment — which is also listed as the 6 Windows! Grand Canal Panorama View apartment, depending on the booking platform — you can stay directly on Venice’s largest and most iconic canal, directly across from City Hall and the city’s High Court Palaces.
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A two-bedroom apartment, the unit can accommodate up to six guests, with a king bed in each bedroom and two sofa beds. (Both bedrooms also have en-suite bathrooms.) The decor is simple yet sophisticated, with classic furnishings and elegant upholstery but enough empty space to make the apartment feel quite roomy. The high ceilings and large windows that flood the room with natural light add to the spacious yet cozy ambiance. The apartment is self-catering and has a fully functional kitchen. It even has A/C, which can be hard to find in European apartments, if you’re planning on visiting Venice in the dead of summer (although you might be surprised to learn that Venice is one of Europe’s unexpectedly great winter cities).
Really, though, it’s the standout location that makes the GRITTI Grand Canal Apartment such an obvious choice. In addition to major attractions like the Rialto Bridge, guests can see scenes of Venetian daily life as gondolas pass by their windows, or watch the sunset over the canal from the apartment’s balcony. It’s also conveniently located near some of Venice’s top attractions, such as Saint Mark’s Square and Saint Mark’s Basilica, the Gallerie dell’Accademia di Venezia art museum, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection art museum, not to mention excellent restaurants and historic Venetian cafes. Pretty much everything you could possibly want or need is within walking distance — including the iconic Caffè Florian.
Price per night: From $430