Hotel Ca Bauta Venice Italy is a three star hotel that is located within Venice’s historic center, not too far from the impressive Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo square.
Name of the hotel, “Bauta”, comes from the ancient masks that hid the identity of the nobility attending house parties at patrician Venetian palaces during the historical Venetian Carnival.
The hotel’s building, in fact, was once a noble palace called “Muazzo”, and belonged to an ancient family of wealthy merchants from Torcello (one of the islands in the Venetian lagoon).
Today, however, the buildings acts as an elegant guesthouse in the heart of Venice, located within one main centers of cultural centers of everyday life in the region.
PHOTO: Guestroom at the hotel.
Guestrooms at the hotel have been designed as elegant and spacious, suitable for an ancient 14th century’s palace, while renovations at the building over the years have ensured that you’ll be enjoying of all the modern comforts.
Amenities including for example, bathrooms with refined marble, minibars, LCD TVs, air conditioning, and bathrooms with showers.
Available room types include classic double rooms, junior suites, and Jacuzzi suites, as well as separate Dependance rooms, which are located 100 meters from the main Ca’ Bauta building.
The best rooms at the hotel are the Jacuzzi Suite rooms, perfect for a honeymoon in Venice or for other special occasions.
In terms of location, Ca’ Bauta is just a short walk away from Campo SS Giovanni e Paolo, with a renaissance façade of the Scuola Grande San Marco, an equestrian statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni (by Andrea Verrocchio), and the gothic Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo.
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Not too far from the hotel, through narrow Venetian streets, you’ll find both Piazza San Marco and Ponte di Rialto, while going the the other way, a ten minutes walk through Castello will take you to Arsenale di Venezia, one of the two main art and architecture exhibition locations for Biennale di Venezia.
For transportation within Venice, closes public water bus (vaporetti) stops are very close to the hotel, guaranteeing fast links to, for example, the railway station Santa Lucia and to the islands of the Venetian lagoon such as Murano (with its famous glass workshops) and Burano (with its colored houses and lace workshops).