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Ca'di Dio-Small Luxury Hotel features a fitness center, garden, a restaurant and bar in Venice. This 5-star hotel offers room service, a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi.
H10 Palazzo Canova is located in Venice and features a terrace and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi.
Al Theatro Palace is set in Venice, a few steps from La Fenice Theater. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
Just 1476 feet from Rialto Bridge, Hotel ai Cavalieri di Venezia is set in the historic center of Venice, a 6-minute walk from St. Mark's Square. Free WiFi access is available throughout.
Hotel L' Orologio offers accommodations next to the Grand Canal in Venice, a 5-minute walk from Rialto Bridge and 1969 feet from Campo San Polo Square. WiFi is free throughout.
Featuring a wellness center, Hotel Ai Reali - Small Luxury Hotels of the World offers modern elegant rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.
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.
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.
Hotel Firenze is right next to Saint Mark's Square in the heart of Venice. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Breakfast can be served on the rooftop terrace with views of the tower bell....
Ideally located in Venice, Palazzo Keller has air-conditioned rooms, a garden, free WiFi and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers room service and a 24-hour front desk.
Set on Giudecca Island, Hotel Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel, Venice offers stunning views of Venice Lagoon and the Doge's Palace.
Corte Di Gabriela is a designer hotel with elegant rooms and a common internal courtyard. The property is around 15 minutes by foot from both the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Square.
Hotel Casa Petrarca is set along a canal in central Venice, between St. Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge. It offers rooms in a historic 14th-century building.
Hotel Becher is in the heart of Venice, 55 yards from La Fenice Theatre and a 5 minute walk from Saint Mark's Square. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs. Someone wrote a review a few months ago calling this hotel "a hidden gem.
Facing Venice’s Grand Canal, and with views of the Rialto Bridge, Al Ponte Antico features accommodations in a 14th-century palace.
Hotel Rio is located in the center of Venice, just 820 feet from Saint Mark’s Square. Free WiFi access is available in all areas.
Well located in the center of Venice, Nolinski Venezia provides air-conditioned rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a restaurant.
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.
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.
The St. Regis Venice features wonderful views of the Grand Canal. It features a panoramic restaurant and bar, and Venetian-style decor. The hotel has marble interiors with lavish and design furniture....
Located on the Riva degli Schiavoni, Londra Palace Venezia is just a 5-minute walk from St. Mark's Square. It offers free Wi-Fi, and rooms with antique furniture. Some offer views of St.
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.
Hotel Flora features a nice leafy courtyard where a varied breakfast buffet is served every morning. Set in a 17th-century building, it is a 5-minute walk from St Mark’s Square.
Dona Palace is a 4-star boutique hotel 2 minutes' walk from Saint Mark's Square in central Venice. My room was amazing! I loved the ambiance of the room as well as comfy beds.
Many shops and few restaurants on the walkway around St Marco. They are super expensive. On the side street are shops that are cheaper. You can visit the Clock tower for Euro 10. There is a lift to take you atop. Great views from above. No need to buy advance tickets on line which charge you double the entry cost. The Basilica entrance costs Euro 3 and the cost to the rooftop and museum costs Euro 7. Worth a visit. On the side by the waterfront is the entrance to the Dogi palace. Has impressive paintings and rooms. Entrance is Eur 30. Seniors over 65 pay at half price. Well worth a visit.
wonderful all around - but if you sit down, be prepared to pay insane prices (easily double the usual for drinks etc.). Although the ambience (and the life music) in many places is worth it if you don't mind the extra dollar
Best to book one of the museum or church passes in advance to avoid the queues which can be very long. The piazza is always VERY busy but, with a short walk, you can easily escape to much quieter locations for a relaxing spritz or coffee.
I had a night I will never forget at Piazza San Marco. It was a beautiful November night, the sky was indigo blue, the weather was perfect, the moon was full, and small helicopter like whirling toys were being shot from rubber band sling shots into the night sky enhancing the magic of this evening. There was a band playing the most beautiful Italian music under an awning. Here I had a moment of amazement. The sights, the atmosphere, the music, I WAS Here ! Finally, I made it to Italy. And the music I had imagined, the Italian music of my ancestors, was floating through the air, into the beautiful blue nights sky. I was an Italian American in Italy, finally, and somehow, I felt at home. I smiled and said to myself out loud, this is amazing! I turned to my 21-year-old son and said, "You have to dance with me". A wide-eyed expression came over his face as he quickly said, NO." He (and I) aren't the Dancy type. I laughed out loud, and said, "oh yes you are". I looked to my right and there were two women dancing together. I said, 'look, those ladies are dancing"! Then I told him how much I loved to dance with my Dad. He loved to dance with his daughters, all four of them. My mother would always sit one out to let my dad two step. three step across the dance floor. I said to my son , " one day you are going to have a girlfriend, then a wife, and maybe (hopefully) a daughter, and I want you to be the husband and dad who dances with his girls, because it is a beautiful feeling for a girl to dance with her Daddy. Then we danced. I showed him the two step, three step I remembered learning from my dad. It was a moment. The music was real. And I was dancing in Venice with my favorite guy- my son. Check that one off my bucket list. Amazing.
We were only there for 2 days. Skip the line tour of attractions was expensive (€75/person) but informative. Without it we would not have been able to visit all the attractions around St. Marks Square in one afternoon.
It gets very crowded. It's a must-see, of course, but we walked through a couple of times and it was more enjoyably by the end of the afternoon, as it was a bit less full. Trying to avoid the crowds makes Venice much more enjoyably.
This hotel was located 6 min a walk from the bus station on a quiet side Calle off of the Grand Canal. It is about a 25 min walk or Vaporetto ride to Piazza San Marco. It is also a 2 min walk to Cannaregio which is a great section of Venice that we have not previously explored. We found some excellent restaurants in this area! The staff at hotel was excellent! They gave us recommendations for restaurants and even made reservations for us! The bed was comfortable and the room was quiet.
This hotel is located at walking distance from the Piazza San Marco and the Pazzio Ducale. It’s a very small hotel with adjacent apartments just next to the main office. My quadruple room was actually two very spacious rooms with all the upgrades and amenities necessary. For a family of four it was perfect.
It is a very nice place for visiting Venice, It is greatly located, and you can easily reach Piazza San Marco, Campo St Stefano, and Peggy Guggenheim Collection. and it's close to Vaporetto water bus, The apartment is well-equipped nice and clean, The Host is very helpful and cooperative.
The hotel is literally one minute away from Piazza San Marco, 10 m away from the closest restaurant and souvenir shops. Breakfast was amazing and diverse, excellent coffee :) I would definitely stay again if I come back to Venice.
location was good. although it is far from santa lucia train station and need 30 minutes to travel by water bus, once you reach the apartment it is very convenient. the setting is very good, shops around it, piazza san marco close by.
The room was clean and spacious, and we had a separate room with a large closet and sitting area. The bathroom was a comfortable size and was very clean. The beds were comfortable. The hotel is a short walk to Piazza San Marco.
Excellent location, not far from either Rialto Bridge or Piazza San Marco. The hotel is spacious, and the rooms were twice as big as we were expecting for Venice. Everything was sparkling clean.
Excellent location, few minutes walk to piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge and the vaporetto stop San Zaccaria. Large apartment and comfortable.
Located very close to Piazza San Marco, room was cute. Price is a bit cheaper than other hotels located in the same area.
A boutique, gem hotel in the middle of Piazza San Marco , close to everything