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La Residenza 818 - Venice Hotels
NZ$148

La Residenza 818

Dorsoduro 818-818/A, Venice - Map
 
 
Relais Ormesani - Marcon Hotels

Relais Ormesani

Via Zuccarello, 42/G, Marcon - Map
 
 
"Good location, nice rooms, limited services"
This was a nice place to stay. It's a 'relais', and also 'agriturismo', ie it's set in pleasant countryside within a working farm. You can walk round the grounds and see the animals, and many of the items in the breakfast buffet are homemade on the farm - butter, eggs, jam, even honey. The downside is that this really isn't a full-on hotel. The reception is only staffed for a few hours a day, there's no room service, the restaurant (which looks great on their website) is only open on Sundays, and use of the 'wellness centre' (pool, jacuzzi, gym) is not included in the room charge. Instead, it will cost you 30 euros per person per day. We used it as a base for going into Venice, Verona and up to the mountains at Belluno, which was fine, but we were a little disappointed at not being able to go for a quick swim in the mornings.
Chris from Kent
In Marcon, located just inland of Venice, a charming hotel that is surprisingly modern welcomes visitors that are seeking …More
Carnival Palace Hotel - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Carnival Palace Hotel

Fondamenta di Cannaregio, 929, Venice - Map
 
 
"Excellent hotel"
Well situated to all the sights. Rooms were spotless and the facilities were excellent, couldn't fault the hotel. Only 2 stops on the alilguna water bus made it ideal and easy to find.
A Traveller
Starhotels Splendid Venice - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Starhotels Splendid Venice

San Marco Mercerie 760, Venice - Map
 
 
"Great city hotel"
Stayed 2 nights in November for a romantic break. Have never been to venice but certainly appeared to be one of the nicer hotels we came across and given how expensive the city was, was extremely good value.
A Traveller
Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal

Sestiere Di Santa Croce 578, Venice - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel on the grande canal."
Breathtaking, I want to see more of Italy . We were central in Venice . Our hotel was opposite the train station. Everyone friendly. I would recommend everyone to go & visit. Excellent city break.
Mari from L
Palace Bonvecchiati - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Palace Bonvecchiati

San Marco, Venice - Map
 
 
"Excellent Hotel. Staff very professional."
We had a pleasant couple of days at the hotel with staff being helpful and professional.
Ralph from Brighton
Best Western Hotel Cavalletto e Doge Orseolo - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$174

Best Western Hotel Cavalletto e Doge Orseolo

Piazza San Marco 1107, Venice - Map
 
 
"comfortable and convenient"
We got off our train and the hotel is right across from train station. Booked a regular room and got a mini suite, 20' x 17', pleasant surprise. Hotel staff helpful and efficient in booking tours of Uffizi and Academia. We planned to take the train to go to Siena on our own but found out that morning the trains and buses were on strike for one day. Spur of the moment changed our plans and hopped on a local "Walkabout" bus tour right across from train station and hotel. 12 hour tour visited Siena, Chianti Hills with wine tasting and lunch, San Gimignano and Pisa, good value at 90 Euro per person. Went to Santa Maria Novella Basilica near the hotel for Sunday mass for an Italian religious experience and the Archbishop of Florence was there, another good surprise. This was our first visit to Florence and spent most of our four days there hoping from museums to churches. Recommend that if you only have a few days there, select just a few museums and churches to tour and allow enough time to leisurely and aimlessly stroll along the narrow side streets and take in the charm, sit down and people watch and check out the architecture around you. Mid October is a great time to visit, less tourists and no need to buy Firenze Pass, just book through hotel staff.
El from PA
Hotel A LA Commedia - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel A LA Commedia

San Marco 4596 A, Venice - Map
 
 
"Classy Hotel in a fantastic location."
Booked this hotel for a few days visit to Venice. In the perfect location to get about and see all the sights. Very comfortable hotel, very clean and staff very helpful and friendly. Breakfast choice was very good for a buffet. Our room was delightful, Gold in colour and linen and furnishings were top class. The terrace wasn't open whilst we were there, a lot of rain and it was closed. A La Commedia hotel all in all is a brilliant place to stay for a wonderful time in Venice.
Lesley from London
Best Western Hotel Ala - Venice Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$155

Best Western Hotel Ala

Sestiere Di San Marco 2494, Venice - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel by Grand Canal"
We had a very nice experience. The buffet breakfast was great and the staff at the American bar were great especially the bartender named Rey. He showed really good customer service .
A Traveller
Hotel Rialto - Venice Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Rialto

San Marco 5149 Ponte Di Rialto, Venice - Map
 
 
"Venice in October."
hotel was excellent ,staff were friendly and very helpful. Situated by the Rialto bridge,on the same side as the water bus stop,hence only a few yards to walk with cases, important in venice because of all steps. The weather in October was good, dry and sunny, not hot but pleasant for walking, you do a lot of that in venice! Food can be expensive, look out for the smaller restaurants. Overall an enjoyable few days.
Eyvan from england

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    Where to stay in Venice?

    Venice is known by a number of nicknames: the city of water, the city of bridges, queen of the Adriatic, and the city of light. This range of names points to the difficulty of trying to capture the intangible quality of this most unique of cities. Indeed, Venice has been performing something of a magic trick for well over a millennia: built on 118 tiny islands, with a marshy lagoon as its base, the city has managed to defy gravity for more than a thousand years.

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    Classic highlights

    Even if you haven't visited Venice, you've probably already seen images of its classic highlights: gondolas on the Grand Canal, the gothic Doge's Palace, and the pigeons on St Marks Square. You can rest assured that the reality of these places is every bit as majestic as the postcard pictures make them out to be.

    More than just a series of famous snapshots, however, Venice is a mesmerizing, mysterious city laced with hints of melancholy. Once a major maritime power, Venice continues to survive largely because of the tourist trade, with the number of actual residents dwindling year after year. Ever-increasing flooding wreaks havoc on architecture, while the summer's heat can make the city feel almost swamp-like. Decadent palaces stand next to decaying houses, glorious restoration next to gloomy ruin, making the city nothing short of a floating museum - but in many ways this is also its barrier to modernization.

    Mix of contrasts

    This profound mix of contrasts makes Venice a fascinating destination. As it struggles to find a balance between preserving the rich cultural heritage on which it depends and carving out an identity as a still-living city in the 21st century, Venice remains one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

    The reputations of the signature tourist 'musts' are well-deserved, but the discoveries you make by getting lost in Venice's winding streets and canals are equally rewarding. Exploring your extraordinary surroundings is sure to make you sigh in disbelief. One of Venice's most famous bridges, in fact - just one of over 400 bridges connecting Venice's islands - is called the Bridge of Sighs.

    Artists' inspiration

    Even the light in Venice is different; the reflection off the water has provided inspiration for many artists. The Accademia Gallery holds several Venetian masterpieces, and you'll notice the play of light in many of its painting. The unusual light is far from being the city's only special quality. Visit during Carnevale and you'll see a glamour you thought no longer existed. Also well worth a visit is Venice Biennale, Europe's classiest international forum for contemporary art.

    Cars aren't allowed in Venice, so you'll get to know the city by walking or riding vaporetti (public water buses - an alternative to the more expensive water taxis or gondolas, although it's worth splashing for a romantic evening out). Venice is notoriously crowded (and expensive), but people come for good reason. There is no other city like it in the world - its culture and canals, basilicas and bridges continue to leave visitors marveling. Despite its uncertain future, Venice hasn't lost its magic.

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