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Founded over 1,500 years ago and spread over 117 islands, the Italian city of Venice is famous for its series of interlinking canals, ancient bridges, and cobblestone streets. Considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice sees millions of tourists annually who come to experience the city's many art galleries, sample delicious Italian cuisine, and cruise along picturesque waterways.

Venice is a particularly expensive city as far as accommodation goes, even during the off-peak season (November to January), so you'll want to be sure to book your stay well in advance of your trip. Several new hotels have opened have opened and offer improved availability, but the most in-demand accommodations are the Venice apartments offering views of the Grand Canal. Service charges and taxes are included in hotel rates, with the exception of five-star hotels, which may charge these fees separately upon departure.

Where to Stay in Venice

Venice is roughly divided into six neighbourhoods, or "sestieres": Cannaregio, Castello, Dorosduro, San Marco, San Polo, and Santa Croce. Many of the best hotels in Venice are centred around the San Marco area, where Venice's most popular tourist sites are located, but a growing number of mid-range options can be found near the train station. Hotels are also plentiful in the districts of Cannaregio, Dorsoduro, and San Polo, as well as on the island of Giudecca.

A great hotel for the money is Hotel Antiche Figure, located near the train station in Santa Croce. Staying here puts visitors within a short walk of Venice's most popular attractions, such as Palazzo Labia and Scoula Grande di San giovanni Evangelista. The charming Venetian-style guest rooms at this hotel have recently been updated, and free WiFi is available. Other good mid-range options are the Hotel Ca' Dogaressa, located in Cannaregio near the Venezia Santa Lucia Railway Station, and Albergo San Marco, a 3-star hotel situated close to Piazza San Mark in San Marco.

Cheap Hotels in Venice

While "cheap" is a relative term when it comes to accommodation in Venice, there is a growing number of reasonably priced hotels to be found -- particularly along the side canals near the city centre and Santa Croce train station. Two great hotels in Santa Croce for budget-minded travellers are Hotel al Ponte Mocenigo, a boutique hotel located just steps from a waterbus stop; and Hotel Alloggi Serena, which is located just minutes from the Veneto Wine Region.

Luxury Hotels in Venice

If you're seeking the ultimate Venetian experience, you need to look no further than the San Clemento Palace Hotel & Resort, located on the private island of San Clemente. The exclusive five-star resort features large, opulent guest rooms, stunning architecture, and beautifully manicured grounds populated by white rabbits. The hotel offers a free motor boat shuttle service that regularly runs to the city centre in around 15 minutes. Another great luxury hotel in Venice is Luna Hotel Baglioni, located near Piazza San Marco. Guests here enjoy fantastic views of the Grand canal, as well as air-conditioned rooms, lavish furnishings, and free WiFi.