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Palazzo Veneziano - Venice Collection, hotel in Venice

Palazzo Veneziano - Venice Collection

Hotel in Dorsoduro, Venice

Located by S. Basilio ferry stop, Palazzo Veneziano offers elegant rooms with free WiFi in Venice. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. St. Mark's Square and Basilica are 1.1 mi from the property.

5,472 reviews
Price from$271.49per night
Carnival Palace - Venice Collection, hotel in Venice

Carnival Palace - Venice Collection


Carnival Palace is a brand-new hotel offering ultra-modern rooms with hardwood floors and free Wi-Fi. In Venice's Jewish Ghetto area, it is 30 feet from the Tre Archi Vaporetto water bus stop.

5,410 reviews
Price from$162.53per night
Hotel Carlton On The Grand Canal, hotel in Venice

Hotel Carlton On The Grand Canal

Hotel in Santa Croce, Venice

Overlooking Venice's Grand Canal, Hotel Carlton offers a rooftop cocktail bar with terrace and spacious, Venetian-style rooms.

Very Good
7,409 reviews
Price from$304.08per night
Hotel Rialto, hotel in Venice

Hotel Rialto


Located in front of Rialto Bridge, Hotel Rialto features a terrace with views of the Grand Canal. It offers traditionally furnished Venetian rooms and suites with satellite TV.

Very Good
3,102 reviews
Price from$185.05per night
Hotel Casanova, hotel in Venice

Hotel Casanova

Hotel in San Marco, Venice

Just 230 feet from Piazza San Marco and 328 feet from Harry’s Bar, Hotel Casanova is set in an 18th-century building in the center of Venice. It offers free WiFi throughout. St.

Very Good
5,505 reviews
Price from$181.39per night
H10 Palazzo Canova, hotel in Venice

H10 Palazzo Canova


H10 Palazzo Canova is located in Venice and features a terrace and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi.

3,909 reviews
Price from$205.61per night
Domus Ciliota, hotel in Venice

Domus Ciliota

Hotel in San Marco, Venice

Domus Ciliota is a former Augustinian monastery located in the historic center of Venice, 10 minutes' walk from Piazza San Marco. It features a large inner garden with tables and chairs.

Very Good
5,409 reviews
Price from$155.34per night
BW Premier Collection CHC Continental, hotel in Venice

BW Premier Collection CHC Continental

Hotel in Cannaregio, Venice

This property offers a Special Protection Program, a strict program of precise safeguards dedicated to our guests and our staff.

Very Good
5,500 reviews
Price from$172.06per night
Hotel Montecarlo, hotel in Venice

Hotel Montecarlo

Hotel in San Marco, Venice

Set in a 17th-century building just 164 feet from St. Mark’s Square, Hotel Montecarlo offers Venetian-style rooms with air conditioning and satellite TV. Wi-Fi is free throughout.

4,516 reviews
Price from$143.17per night
Centauro Hotel, hotel in Venice

Centauro Hotel

Hotel in San Marco, Venice

Just a 5-minute walk from the Rialto Bridge, Centauro Hotel is set in a 16th century building, 1476 feet from St. Mark's Square. All elegant rooms have satellite TV and a private bathroom.

Very Good
3,079 reviews
Price from$140.68per night
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Venice's best hotels with breakfast

  • Carnival Palace - Venice Collection
    Breakfast options

    Carnival Palace is a brand-new hotel offering ultra-modern rooms with hardwood floors and free Wi-Fi. In Venice's Jewish Ghetto area, it is 30 feet from the Tre Archi Vaporetto water bus stop.

    Everything was perfect! Very beautiful and comfortable place.

    Wonderful · 5,410 reviews
  • Aqua Palace
    Breakfast options

    The Aqua Palace is a designer hotel in the Castello Quarter of Venice. It offers stylish rooms and suites with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.

    Staff very friendly and helpful. Location perfect.

    Wonderful · 1,430 reviews
  • Pensione Accademia - Villa Maravege
    Breakfast options

    Near the Grand Canal, this 17th-century villa offers its own private garden, a quiet setting, and a central location in Venice near the Accademia water-bus stop. Free WiFi is provided.

    Lovely hotel in a great location. Good good and friendly staff.

    Wonderful · 1,228 reviews
  • Hotel Bucintoro
    Breakfast options

    Right on the waterfront in the heart of Venice and next to San Biagio Church, Hotel Bucintoro offers elegant rooms and suites with panoramic views over the Venice Lagoon.

    Great hotel, beautiful in every way. Will be back!

    Wonderful · 1,189 reviews
  • Hotel Al Codega
    Breakfast options

    Hotel Al Codega is set in a quiet courtyard, just 5 minutes' walk from St Mark's Square and the Ducal Palace. Rooms are air conditioned and have flat-screen TVs.

    Very sweet and professional personnel. Loved them!

    Wonderful · 1,197 reviews
  • Ca' Pisani Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Set in the quiet Dorsoduro district, Ca' Pisani Hotel is an elegant building of the 16th century. It offers design rooms with free Wi-Fi and spa bath.

    The room was spacious and the location was good too

    Wonderful · 1,151 reviews
  • Hotel A La Commedia
    Breakfast options

    Hotel A La Commedia is just 656 feet from Rialto Bridge and the water-bus stop, and a 10-minute stroll from St. Mark's Square. Its terrace offers romantic views of Venice.

    very clean, great location, excellent and nice people

    Wonderful · 1,341 reviews
  • Hotel Donà Palace
    Breakfast options

    Dona Palace is a 4-star boutique hotel 2 minutes' walk from Saint Mark's Square in central Venice.

    Very clean, good location, rich breakfast, friendly staff

    Wonderful · 2,295 reviews

Budget hotels in Venice

  • Hotel dalla Mora
    Cheap hotel

    Boasting a canal-view terrace and free WiFi throughout, Hotel dalla Mora is located in the Santa Croce district of Venice, a 3-minute walk from San Nicola da Tolentino Church.

    Fantastic stay. All we needed to put our heads down.

    Excellent · 2,020 reviews
  • Ca' Dei Leoni
    Cheap hotel

    In the heart of Cannaregio district, Ca' Dei Leoni is a small, friendly hotel set in a restored, ancient inn. You can walk to Santa Lucia Train Station in 10 minutes.

    Excellent service, helpful staff and great location.

    Very Good · 1,425 reviews
  • Hotel Casa Boccassini
    Cheap hotel

    The family-run Casa Boccassini is set in a historical building in Venice's Cannaregio district, just 328 feet from the Fondamenta Nuove water-bus stop.

    Great location, Nice breakfast and the friendly staff.

    Very Good · 698 reviews
  • Antica Locanda Montin
    Cheap hotel

    Locanda Montin is just a 15 minute walk from historic central Venice. It offers air conditioned rooms with private bathrooms and there is free Wi-Fi in public areas.

    Amazing restaurant! Super clean place,friendly people

    Very Good · 956 reviews
  • Hotel Canada
    Cheap hotel

    Located in the center of Venice, Hotel Canada is just a 5-minute walk from St. Mark's Square and offers classic-style rooms with private bathroom and a simple daily breakfast.

    Lovely, helpful staff, couldn’t do enough for you.

    Pleasant · 1,181 reviews
  • Albergo Al Gobbo
    Cheap hotel

    Set in Campo San Geremia, this simple hotel offers rooms with a private bathroom. Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station is a 5-minute walk away.

    Amazing location, very clean and the owner was really nice and helpful!

    Good · 1,214 reviews
  • Ca' Dei Polo
    Cheap hotel

    Dating back to the 1400s, Ca' Dei Polo is next to Tolentini Church and 5 minutes' walk from Piazzale Roma, Venice's main bus station. It features a large terrace overlooking the Grand Canal.

    The view Is AMAZING and the room is very beautiful

    Good · 1,143 reviews
  • Hotel Adua
    Cheap hotel

    Just a 4-minute walk from Venezia Santa Lucia Station, Hotel Adua is located next to the Jewish Ghetto. The guest rooms are air-conditioned and spacious, and some offer a private bathroom.

    the staffs was very nice and the location is perfect !!!

    Good · 2,487 reviews

Hotels located in the center of Venice

  • Palazzina Sardi
    Central location

    Hotel Palazzina Sardi is set in the heart of Venice, right on the Fondamenta del Vin canal, near Piazza San Marco. It offers views on a characteristic Venetian canal.

    Exceptional · 2 reviews
  • Violino d'Oro Venezia
    Central location

    Violino d'Oro Venezia is an 18th-century building with decorated rooms, overlooking the San Moisè Canal. Saint Mark’s Square is less than 2 minutes’ walk away.

    Exceptional · 14 reviews
  • Al Ponte Antico
    Central location

    Facing Venice’s Grand Canal, and with views of the Rialto Bridge, Al Ponte Antico features accommodations in a 14th-century palace.

    Le petit déjeuner, le personnel, la chambre, l’hôtel, en résumé tout

    Exceptional · 80 reviews
  • Relais Venezia
    Central location

    Set in a 15th-century building behind St. Mark’s Square, the small, elegant Relais Venezia is located in one of the city's oldest and smallest streets.

    Its central location; welcoming and informative staff.

    Exceptional · 593 reviews
  • Nolinski Venezia - Evok Collection
    Central location

    Well located in the center of Venice, Nolinski Venezia - Evok Collection provides air-conditioned rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a restaurant.

    The hotel was exceptional and the staff were amazing.

    Exceptional · 121 reviews
  • Hotel Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, Venice
    Central location

    Set on Giudecca Island, Hotel Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, Venice offers stunning views of Venice Lagoon and the Doge's Palace.

    Excellent and always delivered on time to our room.

    Exceptional · 185 reviews
  • Rosa Salva Hotel
    Central location

    Rosa Salva Hotel is one of the most historic hotels in Venice, and is set just 328 feet from St. Mark's Square. It offers basic, spacious rooms with a private bathroom.

    Friendly staff, great central position but very quiet 👍

    Wonderful · 2,771 reviews
  • The St. Regis Venice
    Central location

    The St. Regis Venice features wonderful views of the Grand Canal. It features a panoramic restaurant and bar, and Venetian-style decor.

    Amazing hotel, the staff were exceptional. Great location.

    Wonderful · 516 reviews

FAQs about hotels in Venice

A City to Fall in Love With

Renowned for its romantic charm, the entire city of Venice is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spread across 118 islands, formed by 177 canals and connected by 409 bridges this city is truly magnificent.

Its breath-taking architecture and spectacular art entice millions to experience its history and beauty every year. From San Marco Square with the Doge’s Palace to the lively Jewish Ghetto, Venice can be both opulent and down to earth.

Visit the Rialto Market and the charming Rialto Bridge and then take a gondola ride through the canals before learning how Venetian and Murano glass is made. The city’s churches, piazzas and museums are all worth a visit and can be easily reached within a short walk.

The Venetian Carnival is an unforgettable experience, with or without a mask. The latest trends in modern art are on display at the Venice Biennale and Italy's cinema take center stage at the world’s oldest Film Festival.

Buses and boats run from Marco Polo International Airport and Treviso Airport to the city center. From luxury hotels, to comfortable B&B, to self-catered apartments, has great accommodations for your trip to Venice.

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What Guests Said About Venice:

  • 10

    I visited Venice to see the Carnival in Venice this year...

    I visited Venice to see the Carnival in Venice this year 2024 and I stayed for 2 weeks during the Carnival. I enjoyed my stay during the carnival and visited many places in Venice. The Carnival was exciting and I saw lot of people wearing Carnival Dress and Masks and showcasing themselves as Doges, Queens, etc. The carnival was very Colorful and Jubliant and everybody was celebrating the carnival including myself.
  • 10

    It was certainly a different experience of travel than any I...

    It was certainly a different experience of travel than any I have done before. I opted to travel from the airport to Venice by boat (Alilaguna),while I am not really a fan of the boat itself, I enjoyed the experience alot. It was an experience that was unique to me. I loved the little canals all over Venice. Getting lost in the little alleyways, along with so many other people!!! There are so many little shops and shopping area as you stroll around. You can also use the vaporetto to move around, see the sights from that angle and give your feet some rest, although at peak hours it can be a challenge to get a seat. Nonetheless, it is a wonderful experience to travel using vaporetto. My favourite places were anywhere close to the canals, seeing the gondolas docked or going past. I loved being at the Rialto bridge and at Ponte dell'Accademia (for sunset), the seafood market in the morning. Seeing Venice on a misty morning. Moreover, I loved how easy it was to go to Burano from Venice. I only had to walk less than 4 mins to take the boat from where my hotel was. Food wise, Venice is small, and I was disapointed with many restaurants because they were mostly foregners based, would have prefered to experience more local venetian culture in the restaurants.
  • 10

    Venice is a remarkable place.

    Venice is a remarkable place. My only caveat is that persons with reduced mobility or any difficulty walking whatsoever would find it impossible to get around due to the stairs up and down the numerous bridges. There are no accommodations possible in this unique place.
  • 8.0

    I have visited Italy and Spain so Venice was exactly how I...

    I have visited Italy and Spain so Venice was exactly how I expected it to be. Tourist traps near the main sights charging extortionate amounts for food and drink, but better value places off the beaten path such as Terminal 2.0 or the Corner Pub on the south side. Everything is walk able, and the fact that the cruise ships have to dock on the other side of the lagoon means that you get more time to wander the streets before they become to pact with day trippers. I also found that the locals seem to be slightly friendlier to people who are staying in the city for multiple nights as opposed to "Eat and Flee" cruise ship day trippers.
  • 8.0

    We had almost three full days in Venice and we probably...

    We had almost three full days in Venice and we probably didn't need that much time for what we wanted to do. I expected a lot of resentment towards tourists based on what I've heard, and I definitely saw that, but a lot of the Italians I met were friendly. I liked the city most when I just allowed myself to wander along the canals with no set destination, I found a lot of beautiful corners that way. Overall, it's a one-and-done. I went because I already wanted to see Venice Carnival - a good time to go, not nearly as crowded as in summer- but I don't think I'll be back.
    United States of America
  • 10

    Can only say the best.

    Can only say the best. In January you do not need to wait to enter any monument or restaurant, everything can be enjoyed in a quiet and peaceful way. Locals are not stressed, actually they were very friendly and helpful. The theater La Fenice is marvelous and a must see building. Watching La Traviata at the Barbarigo-Minotto palazzo was an unforgettable experience. 30 years after having visited Venice the city continues unique.

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Venice

  • From $160.15 per night
    Very Good · 1,486 reviews
    I had the pleasure of staying in this charming and intimate hotel in an absolutely fantastic location. It's just a 3-minute walk from the water taxi station, a mere minute from St. Mark's Square, and the gondola stop is conveniently right outside. The hotel boasts a unique style that beautifully captures the essence of Venice. The rooms are not only stylish but also impeccably clean, a rarity in Italy. The prime location added to the overall enjoyment of my stay. It was truly perfect, so I extend my sincere thanks!
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 94 reviews
    Without a doubt, Casa Renata is one of the best accommodations since I travel in Italy. The location of the apartment is ideal for visiting Venice, close to all the important places, and also close to the ferry station where you can take the ferry for another islands near Venice (Burano, Murano, Lido etc). Mr. Enrico is a delight, very helpful with all the information that you need. The apartment is equipped with everything you need, even more! I will definitely come back here when I'll visit Venice again!
  • 9.9
    Exceptional · 102 reviews
    There was a lot of space! By far the most spacious stay we had in our travels to Italy. There was everything you could need available for your use. Full kitchen, blow dryer, washing machine, and a small balcony to take in the sights and sounds of Venice. There was fresh fruit, snacks and drinks available as a welcome gift. The host was extremely helpful and promptly responded to questions. The bed was on the smaller and more firm side, but we both slept well overall.
    United States of America
  • From $237.99 per night
    Wonderful · 5,410 reviews
    The facilities were immaculately clean, the staff was extremely helpful, the location was excellent, and the AC was the best we had in all of Italy! And as a bonus point, we are observant Jews and not only was the hotel just 5 minute walk from the Jewish ghetto, they knew everything about staying at a hotel over the sabbath (physical keys, side entrance door that doesn’t open automatically etc.) which made things that much easier. 5 stars!
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 113 reviews
    I loved the location as we could either walk to everywhere in Venice from here or take the vaporeto as it was close to several stops. And we loved the apt itself, it had so many windows so loads of natural lighting, plus the bathroom was modern and comfortable (rare find in Italy). One of the few to provide so many toiletries, the host really outdid herself in order to ensure we were comfortable.
  • From $140.68 per night
    Wonderful · 768 reviews
    Highly recommend this hotel. Located in a very central part of Venice, about 10 minutes from San Marco and Rialto, and offering cozy rooms with decent beds. The breakfast is amazing, the lady working there made us one of the best coffees we had during our trip to Italy. The staff at the front desk is also very helpful and friendly. I would highly recommend staying here.
    United States of America
  • From $175.31 per night
    Excellent · 695 reviews
    Very professional and helpful staff, who gave us all the information we needed at check-in. The room was private with a very comfortable bed - we had the best sleep we’ve had in Italy! The hotel is located in a quiet area, close to all of the attractions, but charming and not full of tourists. Breakfast buffet was also well stocked and had many delicious options.
  • From $194.79 per night
    Good · 3,242 reviews
    The hotel is located in a great location in Venice, very close to a number of waterbus stations which made it very easy to get around. The room itself was spacious with a very interesting interior design. Breakfast was good and they provided us with bag storage on our check-out day. Best location to catch a waterbus across to Lido for a beach day.
  • 9.1
    Wonderful · 725 reviews
    Great location on the canal. The owner, Jennifer, was lovely. She was very informative and recommended a restaurant that we would have just bypassed. It turned out that it was the best meal we ended up having in our whole stay in Italy. Our flight home wasn’t until late but the hotel allowed us to store our bags at the property.
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Very Good · 7,410 reviews
    Great location in the beginning of Venice, so you can get ride of your luggage right away. Everything worked well, and staff was really friendly. Breakfast was better than expected,as often in Italy the breakfast are not so good but this place had good variations. Can easily recommended the hotel 🙂
  • From $156.91 per night
    Very Good · 39 reviews
    Location is excellent, just a few minutes from Rialto. Communication with a host was very efficient, he gave good tips on Venice. The apartment is clean, has wonderful rooftop view, lots of daylight in the rooms, good beds. We travelled around Italy and this was the best apartment we had.
  • From $260.80 per night
    Wonderful · 1,197 reviews
    The rooms were clean and inviting, and were bigger than we expected after staying at other cities in Italy. The courtyard outside the hotel felt nice when walking to the hotel, something different and unique for Venice. There morning breakfast and service was great to start the day.
    United States of America
  • From $147.17 per night
    Very Good · 3,840 reviews
    It was in a nice location near some excellent tapas style wine bars. Venice is overall a confusing city to navigate, so it is not the hotel's fault it was difficult to find. The room was clean and the elevator worked better than many other hotels I stayed at in italy.
    United States of America
  • From $153.61 per night
    Very Good · 1,568 reviews
    Everything was wonderful! The staff were helpful with great recommendations and the location was awesome, close to a lot of attractions and made it easy to explore some less touristy regions in Venice. Our room also had one of the bigger showers I've seen in Italy.
    United States of America
  • 9.9
    Exceptional · 343 reviews
    Amazing property . Very luxurious and spacious rooms , stunning ambience , historic look with amazing and elegant owner Luana - very helpful with everything and knows the best places in Venice for dinners and functions . Top boutique hotel apartment experience .
  • From $318.48 per night
    Wonderful · 862 reviews
    Hotel room was fairly spacious with a modern look. Air conditioning worked beautifully, there was an elevator and bed was comfortable, all of which are not things I could say for other places we stayed in Italy. 5/5 would stay here again!
    United States of America
  • From $255.39 per night
    Excellent · 819 reviews
    Location was perfect as travelled to Venice by train from further north in Italy and was able to get to hotel within a couple of minutes walk. Bed was very comfortable . Staff were outstandingly helpful.
    United Kingdom
  • From $364.68 per night
    Very Good · 3,199 reviews
    Good breakfast and the hotel is in a great location for the bus terminal and train station. Which is a consideration when you have luggage (especially for a longer stay in Italy).
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 263 reviews
    The best hotel we stayed in in Italy. The service… the location The room The shower the lights….. every thing was perfect!❤️
  • From $228.98 per night
    Good · 2,480 reviews
    Great stay. Our favourite hotel during our travels through Italy.

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