Hotels in Venice
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Contrary to images available on the net, hotel is a big disappointment. No central heating, no network availability. We had gone in the month of February and the room was very cold. They have mentioned that free wifi is available but that is not free. To get access to wifi in your room, you have to pay for it. Also free wifi available only at the reception was also not working. A big disappointment in my visit to Venice.
Asheesh Varshneya | Wed, Feb 10, '16
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Centrally location in Venice, Veniceluxury is a 15-minute walk from Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station. It features free Wi-Fi throughout
Cannaregio East, Venice
Last booked at 7(hrs) ago
Looking for a great Venice beach escape? La Villeggiatura is just minutes away from Lido Beach making it ideal for those wanting
Minotel Mary Hotel, located in Campalto, is a 10-minute drive from Venice Marco Polo Airport. The strategic location of the property
Venice Marco Polo Airport, Venice
Last booked at 4(hrs) ago
It's perfectly located 10 Min to the Venice city and the bus stop is right outside the hotel. The staff is extremely helpful and the food is delicious. Room service is not at a very high price and their is a 24 hour pantry shop.
Pallavi Jain | Thu, Mar 9, '17
It was exactly what we needed, on waterfront, right behind Piazzale Roma and the People Mover, easy to get around, clean, with excellent breakfast, lift and a huge bathroom. Free WiFi is a bonus as well. What a gem! Will definitely stay there, the best location for the cruise port (Marittima).
Irina | Mon, Sep 16, '13
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Locations is very good, not in the main Island but in the City, it lies between Venice Island and Airport so very convinent if you want to finish your trip collect your luggage and ...
Venice Marco Polo Airport, Venice
Last booked at 5(hrs) ago
Excellent hotel, very clean and neat. The staff was very helpful and were very proactive. Definitely do not mind going again, the only flip side is its distance from the grand canal. Also the hotel should advice their customer to get off at mastre if they are travelling by train as its far closer from that station.
Ganesh Konjeti | Sun, Jan 3, '16
I stayed in Western Biasutti Hotel for 2 nights in November 2011. The place is fantastic! The best I've ever stayed in Italy. It's very easy and romantic 15 min way to get to Venice by boat. Rooms are luxurious and stylish and the staff are very friendly and helpful. I have also wanted to mention breakfast. It's a real one with fried eggs, salads, cheeses and lots of different kinds of bread and served at a very nice terrace. Differs a lot from the basic ones in the rest of hotels I've stayed in Italy.
Sergey | Tue, Nov 1, '11
We were there for 2 days and the experience was awesome! Room was nicely decorated and clean, the bathroom was also spacious and clean... We really loved the garden where you can sit and relax or have breakfast in the morning. The Management was good and staff were really helpful, specially The Lady behind the desk was always helpful and smiling It was a beautiful Property and in a great location(outskirts of Venice)have great restaurant in just a 10 minuets walking distance. Car pickup service from or to the stations was good. Will stay there again!
Ritankar Sasmal | Mon, Aug 8, '16
Excellent location and good hotel to stay for easy access to nearby sights. However would appreciate if hotel staff and facility would have been more helpful. No kettle and water provided, so had to face inconvenience during the day whenever we needed water or tea/coffee in our room.
Vaishali Nariani | Sat, Dec 26, '15
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About Hotels in Venice
- In Venice, better known as the ‘City of Canals’, the sight of gondolas floating over water, while you cross a bridge, is surreal.
- It is the capital of northern Italy’s Veneto region.
- Situated across a group of 100 small islands, suspended in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea, the beauty of Venice is one to behold.
- There are no roads in Venice, just canals; hence the name.
- It is famous for its Grand Canal, which is lined with palaces dating back to the Renaissance and Gothic periods.
- The Central Square, Piazza San Marco, contains St. Mark’s Basilica, tiled with Byzantine mosaics.
- The Campanile bell tower offers the view of the city’s red rooftops.
- When in Venice, lay back and let the slow pace of the city lull you into years of cultural heritage.
- Just as the history and vanity of the city spreads flavours of luxury, so will MakeMyTrip hotels in Venice.
- MMTs curated list of five-star hotels in Venice will let you experience all the vibes of the city, floating you to bliss:
o Hilton Molino Stucky Venice Hotel, Giudecca
o Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Castello West
o Hotel Ritti Palace, San Marco
o Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection Hotel, Cannaregio East
o Palazzo Venart Luxury Hotel, Santa Croce East
5 Star Venice Hotels
- MakeMyTrip Hotels in Venice include plenty of three-star hotels with picturesque views of canals with a buzz of activity happening around every other corner of the city. Here are some of the more renowned 3-star Hotels in Venice: o Hotel Mercurre Venezia Marghera, Marghera
- Venice is definitely not a cheap place, but MakeMyTrip hotels in Venice offer an array of budget hotels for travellers with more wanderlust than currency. Here are a few budget hotels in Venice:
- The best time to visit Venice is from September to November when the peak season gets over.
- Hotels at this time are available at cheaper rates.
- The lack of crowd will leave the canals and tourist attractions free for your exploration.
- Book in advance as hotels there exaggerate prices, taking advantage of clueless travellers.
- If you wish to reduce your expenditure, do not go for a room with a view, as are usually more expensive.
- Attractive discounts
- Free cancellation policy on certain hotels
- Free Wi-Fi
- Option to pay at the Hotel for your booking, at the time of checkout
- MakeMyTrip assured hotels will be marked so on the website
- St Mark’s Square: As the vaporetti (water taxis) approach Venice, St Mark’s Basilica slowly comes into view. The cathedral’s front-court, St Mark’s Square, is filled with tourists wandering about, chasing pigeons and listening to the street orchestra. You find elegant cafés here, sometimes with mini-galleries. Across the old prison footbridge, the Bridge of Sighs and Doge’s Palace form a spectacular Venetian panorama.
- Dorsoduro: Across the Grand Canal, over the wooden arch of the Accademia Bridge, is the artistic part of Venice, Dorsoduro. The old school Accademia Gallery inhabits the Bellini masterpieces. You can also see the Peggy Guggenheim Collection for abstract garden sculptures here. Santa Maria della Salute opposite St Mark’s Square, forms the Dorsoduro skyline.
- San Polo and Rialto: The northern part of the Grand Canal, San Polo, is tucked on a bend. Visitors swarm here to enjoy the views from the Rialto Bridge’s stone archway. Shop for trinkets at the San Polo Square, the city’s second largest square. You can even head to the Church of the Frari to honour Renaissance Venetian art.
- Santa Croce and Cannaregio: Santa Croce lies on San Polo’s north. Relish pizzas at pavement cafés on the quiet square around San Giacomo dell'Orio church. In Cannaregio district, Santa Maria dei Miracoli or the ‘marble church’ is a sight to be admired. Enjoy a romantic gondola ride to Rialto. Pay respects at the Holocaust Memorial and find peace in synagogues built on the top floors of townhouses.
- Castello: Enjoy the palms that cast shadows on walkways on the eastern tip of Venice at Giardini Pubblici, residing in the Castello district. Bridges connect the islet of San Pietro, and its ninth-century waterfront church, San Pietro di Castello, to each other.
- By Road: Driving to Venice from anywhere in Europe is obviously a hard task as there are no roads in Venice.
- By Train: You can take a train from any city in Europe to the island-city and the station of Venezia—Stazione Santa Lucia.
- By Air : There is only one suburban airport in Venice, the Venice Marco Polo Airport. It is connected to the major cities around the world. Tourists can easily take public transportation or taxis till Piazzale Roma and from there, take the water taxi or vaporetto to areas deeper into Venice.
- By Sea : Regular cruise ships travel to Venice from Croatia and Greece.
- MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of discounts on hotels in Venice. Some of the hotels are available at discounts ranging from 10% to 60%.
- Hotels in Venice start from 936 INR per night and go as high as 52042 INR per night at the Hotel Danieli, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Castello West.
3 Star Venice Hotels
o B&B San Luca, San Marco
o Hotel Carlton Capri Venice, Santa Croce West
o Hotel Gorizia A La Valigia, San Marco
o Marco Polo Hotel Venezia Campalto, Venice Marco Polo Airport
o Hotel Ca Formenta, Castello East
Budget Hotels in Venice
o Camping Vilage Jolly, Marghera
o San Marco Flat, Castello West
o Alla Torre, Cannaregio West
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