Top hotels in Venice from luxury to budget
Venice is totally different city in the world. Which is built on more than 100 small islands in a lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. It has no roads, just canals – including the Grand Canal thoroughfare – lined with Renaissance and Gothic palaces. Because of it’s uncommon beauty million’s of people visit Venice. For a look back you can watch below video.
Choosing a hotel in Venice can be a labyrinthine process. An annual influx of 27 million tourists (compared to just 54,000 locals) means the calli are crammed with hotels, B&Bs, Airbnbs and self-catering options. Some are mind-blowing, others distinctly mediocre. How to sort the wheat from the chaff?
Let’s, i have to share here top 5 hotels in Venice according to top traveler choosing.
According to CNN travel this hotel is number one position.
Private islands were made for this: A sprawling, top-notch resort balancing on the lagoon behind Giudecca, and a 15-minute boat ride from St Mark’s Square. Read more
2. Casa Flora
According to independent travel review this hotel is top position.
Brought to you by the Romanelli family, locals who own art deco-themed Novecento and the Hotel Flora next door, Casa Flora is a bold attempt to grab the younger, design-centric market with a three-bedroom apartment that’s a hybrid between a fancy Airbnb and a hotel – and a guaranteed Instagram smash. Read more
The Telegraph travel team given number one position to this hotel
There is absolutely nothing hotel-y about this b&b, which is truly three lovely rooms (all with canal and rooftop views) in what you will come to regard as your Venetian home. The experience begins at breakfast, where the owners will sit with you in the kitchen and discuss not only things to do and places to eat, but Venice’s past, present and future. Read more
Booking.com press an article “Budget Hotels in Venice” and according that article this hotel is number one position.
Situated in Venice, a 10-minute walk from Santa Lucia Train Station, NH Venezia Rio Novo offers free WiFi.
All rooms at the hotel are air conditioned and equipped with a minibar. The private bathroom is fitted with a shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. that was a really clean place. Read more
According to Timeout magazine this hotel is number one position
The Gritti Palace Hotel is Venice’s most sought-after address for good reason: the luxury property set inside a former Doge’s residence is the stuff that dreams are made of. The iconic building dates back to 1475 and occupies some of the best real estate on the Grand Canal. Read more
This one is bonus:
santorinidave.com consider this hotel in number one position.
Tranquil, classic Venetian-charm hotel located on Giudecca Island, a short boat ride away from the city center, with charming rooms and suites with iPod docks, mini-bars, bathtubs (some), balconies/terraces (some), and spectacular garden & vineyard/lagoon views (recommend the latter). Read more