This is just off the Grand Canal in a secluted area of Venice. There is beautiful garden and courtyard on the back. The noble floor has one of the most beautiful halls in Venice, Sala degli specchi, with authentic paintings of great value.
This palazzo, in comparison with other palaces of the same time, which was also modified by Gaspari, has a not typical broad U-like plan, but details of the austere main façade show similarities with the Palazzo Barbaro. A large coat of arms, which was initially above the tympana of the central loggia, does not exist any more. Two quadratic small courtyard are behind the first rooms at the left and right side of the ballroom. The ballroom itself is behind the central balcony of the main façade and extends over two floors. A small stairway in the left wing (which gets light from the small courtyard) gives access to the piano nobile.
Gaspari conserved half of the original portego of the Morosini building and added a serliana to distinguish it formally from the new ballroom. Behind the palazzo, there is a large garden with the former library that still has baroque interior decoration. In the 19th century, the palace became for a short period property of the Albrizzi. While the represantative rooms towards the main façade are very well conserved, the rooms of the wing enfilades are quite austere.
The main hall is called “mirror hall”. It is an amazing feast of stuccos, historical paintings and furniture. It is ideal for 70/80 guests in round tables decorated with chandeliers and flowers at your command. The cocktail can be served outside in the beautiful garden while enjoying a romantic jazz band or a traditional Italian Folklore band. Dancing is allowed in the charming ground floor. This location is ideal also for wedding ceremonies performed outside in the garden.