Ca' Priuli is a dependent structure of Palazzo Priuli, located 10 metres away, offering only a few rooms, created following the same logic, style, and quality of the Palazzo and benefiting from all the Palazzo's facilities. The palace was built in the late 14th century for the Procurator Giovanni Priuli and was among the first constructions in the city to incorporate several of the architectural innovations from the recently completed Doge's Palace. The ancient Priuli home has now become a beautiful hotel offering modern facilities and comfort within the settling of an authentic rich history of Venice's palace. This is a very unique property. The owner's aim is to recreate the ancient atmosphere where the illustrious Priuli family lived and to offer an unforgettable stay for his guests. The hotel is made up of a central house, where check-in/out procedures are made and where breakfast is offered, and it has 2 dependent structures located 10 to 20 metres away, offering rooms created following the same logic of the Palazzo and benefits from all the Palazzo's facilities. 09/07 LB It was completely restored in 2003 and offers ten spacious and comfortable rooms with the relaxing charm of a Venetian home. Ca' Priuli is located only 5 minutes’ walking distance from San Marco Square in a quiet area in the heart of the city. Ca' Priuli is a dependent property of the Palazzo Priuli which is romantically positioned alongside two picturesque little canals. Ca' Priuli is only 10 metres away from the main palace. It is easy to reach either by public transportation or by water taxi. The nearest public boat stop is San Zaccaria.