|Originally the 19th century residence of one of the island's "first families", in the 20th century the edifice served as a consulate, the National Bank of Greece, and a Lyceum for Corfiot schoolgirls. In 1988, the apricot-hued stately home became a hotel named for the Most Serene Republic. The Bella Venezia Hotel maintains the tradition of its renowned predecessor, the 'Beautiful Venice' Hotel, which was the 'Jewel in the Crown' of 19th century Corfu, before it was destroyed by bombing during the Second World War.
In 2006 it was lovingly renovated to serve the needs of Third-Millennium visitors from the world over.
The Hotel is featuring 30 rooms and 1 Suite, all with private bathrooms, direct telephone and free internet access, flat screen TV, safe, air conditioning, mini fridge and state of the art orthopedic beds with double mattresses and exquisite linens and duvets. Two beautiful rooms designed with honeymooners in mind and a second floor grand master suite with a panoramic view of the town, ideal for families, round -out the accommodation.