Aman Venice, Italy – The Grand Canal. Image courtesy of Aman Venice.
Named after a family of affluent traders and seafarers who moved to Venice from Bergamo in the mid-16th century. The Coccina family built the Palazzo, which was designed by architect Giangiacomo Dei Grigi, a follower of Sansovino, in 1550.
Situated on the fourth floor of the Palazzo and accessed by a private elevator, the Coccina’s Apartment features three free-standing bedrooms covering a total of 290sqm, all with ensuite bathrooms, king-size beds, a private living room and unparalleled views over the serene Grand Canal and the Canal Garden.
Coccina Apartment Aman Venice. Image courtesy of Aman Venice.
The timeless design and decor of the apartments includes works by several of Italy’s greatest artists including frescoes and reliefs, reflecting rich history behind Venice’s evolving artwork and architecture. Contemporary furnishings complement authentic silk wall coverings, chandeliers, wood panelling, chinoiserie and painted ceilings, allowing guests to fall further into the opulence of Venetian design.
Aman Venice – Exterior – Palazzo by day. Image courtesy of Aman Venice.
Ideal for large families or groups of friends, the Coccina’s Apartment is an idyllic base for those looking to rediscover the Floating City, with unrestricted access to all hotel facilities and amenities, as well as a personal host to assist with any requests, making a stay at Aman Venice all the more special.
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