On the first floor of a charming, futurist-style 1930s industrial building, recently restored and renovated to energy class A+, Casa Melissa is ideal for two people who want a functional, cozy retreat where they can stay, work or study in peace and quiet, and from which they can move nimbly to explore the city and the lagoon.

Bright and quiet, in a contemporary style softened by the panoramic ribbon windows and the warm oak ceilings and floors, Casa Melissa consists of a living room equipped with a kitchen-dining area and a relaxation-study area, a double bedroom with a large wardrobe closet, and a large, comfortable bathroom with shower. The condo garden can be used for reading a book in peace

It’s situated in a strategic location, in a quiet and easily accessible area of the Cannaregio Sestiere, an 5-minute walk from the Santa Lucia train station and boat embarkations to every destination in the city and the lagoon.
Nearby: the Church and Ponte degli Scalzi, the Faculty of Economics, The Faculty of Architecture, Savorgnan Park, Papadopoli Garden, Basilica dei Frari and Scuola Grande di San Rocco. Pharmacy, supermarket and numerous restaurants, stores and bars are within easy reach.

For everybody’s safety:
For this apartment, in accordance with WHO’s recommendations, we adopt effective procedures for an accurate cleaning of all surfaces and fabric materials.

Please remember that on your arrival I will have to ask you for the tourist tax due to the Municipality of Venice, your valid identity documents, and the signature of the rental contract as required by law.
Check-in is between 1.00 pm and 7.30 pm. After this time and no later than 10.00 pm it is subject to availability, I will have to ask you for an extra 50 euros. If you plan to arrive before 1.00 pm, you can drop the luggage off in the apartment from 10.30 am but you must leave enough time for cleaning.
You will stay in a unique city that has its own rules (the rubbish collection in particular and I will explain it to you on arrival) and you will live for a few days like a real Venetian with Venetian neighbors. I ask you to follow the same rules as you do in your own city when you are not on holiday. Thank you.


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