For budget lodging, choose Al Mascaron Ridente, which comes at 108£ per night, or Ca' Fontanea, which charges 95£. Alloggi Barbaria is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. You'll be less than 250 meters from Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista if you stay at Ostello Domus Civica, which can also save your pocket. A good budget-friendly option in Dorsoduro district is S. Stae Apartment, a 15-minute walk to Museo Correr and not far from Osteria Antico Giardinetto.
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Hotels such as Messner Palace and Bisanzio will put you at the heart of the action. An option near the city center is Le Vele Di Venezia next to Peggy Guggenheim Collection. If you would like to stay in a neighborhood near restaurants like Pasticceria Dal Mas Di Dorz S.A.S., book a hotel in Castello district, such as Hotel Abbazia or Domus Ciliota.
For those looking to be close to Scuola Grande di San Rocco, B&B La Terrazza Dei Miracoli will put you within a 10-minute walk from the city center where you can find a range of sights.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Venice
For travelers who prefer luxury relaxation, opt for Palazzo La Scala, the 4-star hotel set in San Marco district. Numerous boutique hotels can be found in San Marco district, including the 4-star A La Commedia and Hotel Le Isole. Palazzo Barbarigo Sul Canal Grande is a highly-rated chain hotel, just a short walk from Museo del Vetro, and located 10-minute walk from the city center.
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Alloggi Alla Rivetta is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 150 meters from Al Vaporetto. Think about staying at Venice Halldis Apartments or Corte Dei Santi, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. If you're on a business trip, consider staying at Sogno Di Giulietta E Romeo, a conveniently located 3-star business hotel. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Residenza San Maurizio in Castello district, offering views of the mountain.
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What's Venice Like?
During your stay in Venice hotel, you'll feel as if you've stepped into a storybook world. It will seem as if you've been transported into another realm, where canals replace streets and gondolas take the place of cars. Although a visit to Venice is a charming and magical experience no matter when you go, traveling there between September and May will ensure the smallest crowds in the most tourist-friendly areas of the city. You will definitely want to visit the Piazza di San Marco, where you'll see the statues of the Lion of Venice and St. Theodore of Amasea atop the two great columns in the square. Rumor has it, one tempts fate if he or she exits the Piazza through those two columns, but many tourists have done so with no ill effects. Next to the square is the Doge's Palace, or Palazzo Ducale, once the home of the ruler of the Republic of Venice. It now serves as one of the city's finest museums. The palace is also a prime example of the Venetian Gothic style, and is considered one of Venice's most photogenic and iconic landmarks. Book your Venice lodging now and make your stay unforgettable.
How to Get Along with Locals in Venice.
Italians are warm, friendly people. You should have no problem meeting locals who will be happy to suggest great eateries, shops, and events. They may even invite you to into their homes to show you true Venetian hospitality. To really get a feel for Venice, take a long walk down some of the quieter streets, away from the hustle and bustle of the more popular areas. Near your Venice hotel you'll find cozy cafes, quirky bookstores, and delicious-smelling bistros where you can escape from the world. Strolling through the local neighborhoods, where residents visit with one another outdoors, is a guaranteed way to find opportunities to strike up conversations. If you will be in Venice for more than a few days, another method to meet locals is to find a small neighborhood pub or café you enjoy. Italians are curious and gregarious. If you show up at the same local spot more than once, they'll want to know your story and to tell you theirs. Be friendly, helpful, and have a big appetite, and Italians will embrace you with open arms. So what are you waiting for? Star browsing hotels in Italy on Hotelmix.co.uk and find the one you like best.