The Armenian family of the Sherimann, famous nobles in Venice, owned it until the end of the 19th Century. Count Sherimann transformed the palace in a shelter for homeless and poor orphan children during 1800.
The building has been recently completely renovated inside and outside, preserving its original architecture.
The hotel is on 3 levels: ground, first and second floors and includes two magnificent halls and terrace.
Two original Greek columns dating back to the 13th Century and a well adorn the entrance.
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