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Hotel in Venice Italy

The city of Venice has a unique romantic geography that is a must-see for every traveller that comes to Italy. The city was built on a hundred small islands with over four hundred bridges, and there are no roads, only over one hundred and seventy canals for boat traffic. A gondola ride is a lovely and fun way to see the sights of this historic city. Venice is a treasure trove of some of the most acclaimed architecture in the world that you must visit at least once in your lifetime. St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace are just two of the many picturesque historic places that should be on your must-see list.

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Venice Italy Hotel Options

Staying a few days in the city is a great way to see it all, one way to do this is book a hotel in Venice Italy. From luxury to budget and everything in between lodging in Venice, Italy is almost as much fun as seeing the sights themselves. Let’s take a look at some options for a Venice Italy hotel.

  • Villa F - If luxury is what you are looking for in a Venice hotel, look no further than the Villa F. This lavish hotel is an escape from the every day on Giudecca Island. In fact, Angelina Jolie called this hotel home when she was filming “The Tourist.” The stunning views of St. Mark’s Square are worth the price alone, and you will have your choice of suites at this garden villa. There is even a meditation pool where you can relax and unwind after a busy day of sightseeing. 
  • Antico Locanda Sturion - If you had a more economical option in mind right in the heart of the city, consider the Antico Locanda Sturion which is located right near the Rialto Bridge. This former Venetian Palace dates back to the 1300s. This eleven room hotel offers free breakfast, astonishing views of the Grand Canal and a library with books in many different languages. 
  • San Clemente Palace Kempinski - Traveling with families and small children can be difficult, but the San Clemente Palace Kempinski makes it easy. This five-star hotel which is located on a private island is just a few minutes boat ride to St. Mark’s Square. This hotel has kid’s activities for age’s three to eleven, tennis courts and a spacious swimming pool.

  • Hilton Molino Stucky - And if you are hoping for a bit of good old fashioned home away from home, consider the Hilton Molino Stucky. This former flour mill has been transformed into a beautiful three hundred and seventy-nine room hotel and convention centre. This moderately priced hotel boasts a spa, rooftop pool, and restaurant. All the comforts of home, halfway around the world.

Venice is a pearl of cultural landmarks with a variety of hotels to suit the needs of every traveler. When your travels take you there, consider these and the myriad of other hotels to extend your stay in this unique city. 


If you want to travel by railway to your Venice Italy hotel, two stations service this fantastic city, the first is Venezia Santa Lucia, which is the central station just outside the city. The other is the Venezia Mestre railway station. Both offer service into Venice from other major cities in Italy. Train travel is a fun economic way to reach your destination in style and comfort.


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