An astounding water view is all but guaranteed at these accommodations, which range from simple to deluxe.
The hotels below have historic features that truly make them extra-special, from famous residents or guests to fabulous historic details that make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.
Spending the night in a more authentic neighborhood away from the tourist masses can give you a different sense of the city.
Venice is also a fantasyland for kids, who can roam to their hearts’ content on the pedestrian-only streets and squares and be amazed by the meandering waterways.
Yes, Venice is an outrageously expensive town. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t bargains to be had.
Luxury hotels in Venice are some of the finest in the world, and our favorites are the best of the best.
Some notable hotels in Venice forgo Venice’s traditional over-the-top Rococo style for something with a bit more hipster appeal.
As one of the most romantic cities in the world, Venice has its fair share of delightful places to stay.
Not only do these hotels have their own places to dine, but they’re also special enough to make them worth a stop.
Toasting the sunset while gazing at the Grand Canal or the lagoon is a classic Venice experience.