Venice hotels

Venice hotels

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Low season November
High season April
  Average price (weeknight): R2 231
  Average price (weekend night): R2 398

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Top tips for finding the perfect Venice hotel

There is an abundance of hotels in Venice. For the best sightseeing areas, check out the area near St Mark’s Square and San Marco. Here you will find lots of hotels, including Hotel Cavalletto e Doge Orseolo and Hotel Concordia, which is ranked as the most romantic hotel in Venice.
Looking for a view of the Grand Canal during your stay? Try the Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande or look into the Ca' Sagredo for 5-star accommodation with a canalside restaurant. For beautiful views of the Rialto Bridge, check out Hotel Rialto on the eastern edge of the canal.
For somewhere close to the island’s main train station, Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia, consider the area of Cannaregio. Try Hotel Principe, which offers lovely views of the Grand Canal but is also a short walk from the station and numerous ferry terminals. Or there is the Venice Times Hotel on the edge of Orto degli Scalzi.
On mainland Italy, you will find the neighbourhood of Mestre, which is connected to the island via trains from Venezia-Mestre station. Best Western Plus Hotel Bologna is a stone’s throw from the station and offers Venice’s best-rated luxury hotel. For great eateries in Mestre, head towards Piazza Ferretto, which is near Hotel Al Vivit with its modern finish.
For stays along Venice’s Lido sandbar, try Hotel Petit Palais, which offers great deals on the beach, or Le Ville Del Lido, which offers accommodation with a pool. On the western side of the sandbar, you will find Villa Laguna, which is rated Venice romantic hotel and close to the ferry port across to the main island of Venice.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Venice

How much is a cheap hotel in Venice?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Venice for as cheap as R144 in the last 3 days. The average price is R2 994.
How much is a hotel in Venice for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Venice hotels for tonight for as low as R203. Users have also found 3-star hotels from R443 and 4-star hotels from R786.
Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Venice?
Hotels in Castello, Cannaregio and San Marco have the most searches on KAYAK.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Are there good hotels near Venice airport?
Yes, you will find several good hotels around Marco Polo Airport, such as Annia Park Hotel Venice Airport, which is rated by KAYAK as the best airport hotel, or the Best Western Titian Inn Hotel Venice Airport, which has an airport shuttle. Many hotels in the centre of Venice also offer an airport shuttle for a fee.
Which neighbourhoods are close to Venice’s most important attractions?
One of the best neighbourhoods to stay in for easy access to Venice’s key attractions is San Marco. Here you have easy access to St Mark’s Square, Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge. Albergo San Marco is on the edge of St Mark’s Square or Baglioni Hotel Luna offers a classical hotel overlooking Giardini Reali.
What are good hotel areas for young adults in Venice?
There are a few hostels in Venice which offer cheap deals for young adults, such as Boutique San Marco near St Mark’s Square, or Ai Boteri in the San Polo area of the city. If you’re looking for a hotel break, then Palace Bonvecchiati offers a 4-star adults-only environment. There’s also several adults-only hotels in the Cannaregio area, including Hotel Arcadia.
What hotels in Venice have a good indoor or rooftop pool?
The Hilton Molino Stucky Venice on the island of Giudecca comes with a beautiful rooftop pool offering fantastic views of the main island and its own ferry port with boats across to the main attractions. The main island doesn’t offer many pools; however, there are a couple of hotels with outdoor pools, for example at Hotel Giorgione.

Where to stay in Venice?

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Best Venice hotels

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Ruzzini Palace Hotel - Venice - Bedroom
9,4 Excellent (1 388 reviews)
R5 914+
Hotel ai Mori d'Oriente - Venice - Bedroom
9,2 Excellent (1 608 reviews)
R4 527+
Ad Place - Venice - Bedroom
9,2 Excellent (696 reviews)
R3 810+
Hotel Dona Palace - Venice - Building
9,1 Excellent (1 800 reviews)
R4 664+
Baglioni Hotel Luna - Venice - Bedroom
9,1 Excellent (1 424 reviews)
R9 511+
Splendid Venice - Starhotels Collezione - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (4 458 reviews)
R5 563+
Hotel Saturnia & International - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (3 063 reviews)
R4 237+
Carnival Palace Hotel - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (2 937 reviews)
R4 222+
NH Collection Venezia Palazzo Barocci - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (2 169 reviews)
R5 060+
Colombina Hotel - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (2 131 reviews)
R4 527+
Palace Bonvecchiati - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (2 083 reviews)
R4 816+
Ca' Sagredo - Venice - Building
9,0 Excellent (986 reviews)
R6 905+
Hotel American-Dinesen - Venice - Bedroom
9,0 Excellent (838 reviews)
R3 871+
Aqua B - Venice - Bedroom
9,2 Excellent (67 reviews)
R3 612+
Best Western Plus Hotel Bologna - Venice - Building
8,9 Excellent (3 714 reviews)
R2 515+

Best Venice hotels near St. Mark's Square

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Residenza Al Pozzo - Venice
8,7 Excellent (218 reviews)
R3 048+
Hilton Molino Stucky Venice - Venice - Building
8,4 Excellent (4 449 reviews)
R4 466+
Hotel Rialto - Venice - Bedroom
8,4 Excellent (3 165 reviews)
R5 106+