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Venice, Italy City Trip - Hotels

A guest room at Hotel Danieli in Venice, Italy


Where to Stay in Venice, Italy

Great places to stay, from ultra luxe to budget-conscious.

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A guest room at Hotel Agli Alboretti in Venice, Italy

Hotel Agli Alboretti

Accademia, Dorsoduro 884
39-041-523-0058
30123 Venezia
www.aglialboretti.com
These 23 rooms, furnished in nineteenth century or navy style, overlook the Rio Terà Foscarini or private inner gardens




A guest room at La Calcina in Venice, Italy

La Calcina
Dorsoduro, 780
30123 Venezia
39-041-520-6466
www.lacalcina.com
A member of Historical Places of Italy, the hotel has attracted artists for centuries including André Suarés, John Ruskin and Giuseppe Berto

A guest room at Hotel Ca' Dogaressa in Venice, Italy

Hotel Ca' Dogaressa

Fondamenta di Cannaregio, 1018
Venezia
39-041-275-9441
www.cadogaressa.com
Period furniture, rich fabrics, and precious marbles raise this above its surprisingly cheap accommodations



A guest room at Hotel Cipriani in Venice, Italy

Belmond Hotel Cipriani
Giudecca 10
30133 Venezia
39-041-520-7744
www.belmond.com/hotel-cipriani-venice/
Located on the tip of Giudecca Island, this hotel offers the best views of the lagoon and Doge's Palace and was the setting for Casanova's amours



A guest room at Hotel Danieli in Venice, Italy


Hotel Danieli

Riva degli Schiavoni, 4196
30122 Venezia
39-041-522 6480
www.danielihotelvenice.com
Originally a fourteenth-century palace for Doge Dandolo's family, it's now a lavish gothic landmark



A guest room at Locanda Orseolo in Venice, Italy

Locanda Orseolo

Corte Zorzi, San Marco 1083
30124 Venezia
39-041-520-4827
www.locandaorseolo.com
A restored Venetian home facing the Orseolo Canal warmed by wall murals, mahogany paneling and leather furniture




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