Housed in a 16th-century building in Venice and overlooking the Cannaregio canal, the Ca ‘Bonfadini contains numerous frescoes and stuccos, the work of the greatest artists of the Venetian neoclassical including Giuseppe Castelli, Giuseppe Borsato and Giambattista Canal.
The building is recognizable for its architecture arranged on three levels, with an attic mezzanine, two entrances, a serliana with a metal parapet on the noble floor (second floor) and on the upper facade, a thin notched cornice and string course, typical of residential buildings. Built in the 16th century, it represented the Venetian residence of the Bonfadinis, a family of Tyrolean merchants with a refined style.
The suites, large and bright, are characterized by fine finishes.
For Cà Bonfadini we have supplied standard EI 60 homologated fire doors, which perfectly fit the style of the hotel.