Cheap Hotels in Venice
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Looking for a cheap hotel in Venice, the iconic Italian city built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea? We’ve selected three affordable hotels that have received excellent guest ratings based on their value for money over the past 24 months.

Use our convenient booking form if you want to search hotels by location. That way you can find, for example, cheap hotels in Venice near St Mark’s Square, cruise port, or train station.

Hotel Belle Epoque

With guest rooms containing authentic 18th-century furnishings, white-marble bathroom and Murano-glass details, this hotel positively oozes character and charm. But rooms are not short of modern amenities either, with air conditioning and satellite TV both included. A generous buffet breakfasts is served in a chic dining area each morning. A number of shops and restaurants can be found nearby, while the nearest water bus stop, Ferrovia, and Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station, are both a short walk away.

Domus Cavanis

Nestled in the artsy neighbourhood of Dorsoduro just moments from the Galleria dell’Accademia, one of Venice’s most prestigious art museums, this hotel places guests at the heart of the action. All of the elegantly decorated rooms are air-conditioned and come with private bathroom and television set. Breakfasts are served each morning in a sister hotel next door, which also offers complimentary tours to a Murano glass factory. Other notable nearby attractions include the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Church of Santo Stefano.

Hotel Villa Rosa

Located in Venice’s historic centre, this characterful 2-star hotel combines a great location with plenty of charm. Guest rooms have wooden beams and come with air conditioning and satellite TVm and elsewhere in the hotel there’s a private internal courtyard where guests can relax and unwind after a busy day’s sightseeing. There’s also free Internet use and WiFi in the lobby area, and reception is open 24/7. The iconic St. Mark’s Square is easily reached by waterbus.

Hotel Adua

Ideally positioned for visitors arriving by train, Hotel Adua is just a few minutes’ walk from Venezia Santa Lucia Station. Bright and spacious guest rooms are air-conditioned and all of them come with a private bathroom. Found at the top of the hotel’s stairs is reception, where staff are on hand to offer advice on what do to during your stay. The building itself dates back to the 17th century and is a great example of classic Venetian architecture. A number of Venice’s most famous attractions are easily reachable by foot or waterbus.

Hotel Palazzo Vitturi

Located on one of Venice’s most scenic public squares, and overlooking the mediaeval Church of Santa Maria Formosa, this 3-star hotel certainly isn’t lacking in visual appeal. Guest rooms are elegantly designed with wooden beams and some offer views of the square or nearby canal. Elsewhere in the hotel, communal areas are dotted with beautiful original frescoes. A number of authentic Venetian restaurants can be reached nearby and there’s a water bus stop a few minutes’ walk away, offering easy access to all that Venice has to offer.