The Top Hotels in Venice

After wandering the antiquated alleys and secret passageways around Venice, you will probably look forward to resting up at your hotel. The city is full of gorgeous canals, delicious gelato and stunning architecture, but when the time comes to head back to your place of comfort, you may be grateful for a comfortable place to stay. If you are in need of hotel suggestions for you upcoming trip to Venice, check out these top places.



Hotel Ai Reali
If you are looking for a hotel with an elegant twist, this one is your place. Keeping with the traditional Venetian style, the interior design has been carefully planned out to emulate the artistic vision of the city itself. It’s located in walking distance to Rialto Bridge, has free WIFI, a restaurant and a garden. Rooms feature wooden floors, free toiletries and in some cases, views of the canals. There is a bar, a buffet breakfast and the natural life going on outside in this location at the heart of the city.

Canal Grande
This boutique hotel offers an experience of history, classic design and a modern take on the city. The rooms are both luxurious and equipped with ample space while the hotel itself is set in the heart of the city where you can head out on the terrace and get a view of the Grand Canal. Guests can enjoy the meeting rooms, bar, 24-hour room service and a private dock for catching water taxis around the city.

UNA Hotel Venezia
While this hotel is located in a peaceful setting, it is just perfectly positioned within walking distance from St. Mark’s Square and the Rialto Bridge. The rooms all feature WIFI, flat screen TVs and even a pillow menu that offers different sizes and types of pillows for your maximum comfort. Enjoy the buffet breakfast, lounge, bar and the free coffee, tea and prosecco on offer before dinner.

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