24 Jan. - 25 Jan.
20 Feb. - 21 Feb.
26 Jan. - 27 Jan.
Pro: Room was elegantly appointed. Bathroom was large. People were very helpful. Room very clean and quiet. Con: room was tucked in the back thru a banquet room. Hot water took a few minutes.
Everything was great, great area, great rooms, fantastic staff!
31 Jan. - 1 Feb.
Historic Architecture is great. Would be great to have an exclusive transfer from airport to hotel for arrival. This would make hotel stand out. Live music in lobby in evenings would be a nice touch.
Hotels in Venice start at C$83 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
“Venice never quite seems real, but rather an ornate film set suspended on the water.” – Frida Giannini
The famed Italian fashion designer couldn’t have been more on point. When you first set eyes upon this magnificent city, it’s hard believe it’s real. The architecture looks too perfect, the people are too friendly, and the canals are too romantic. But it’s all real and it all blends together to create one of Europe’s most attractive destinations. When you find the right time to go, Travelocity will be your companion during your search for cheap hotels near Venice.
When you stroll through the streets of Venice, it’ll feel like you time warped back to the famed Italian Renaissance period. The Gothic architecture of the Doge’s Palace and the Ca’d’ Oro are beyond eye-catching and the rich art culture will have you feeling like you’re about to run into Leonardo da Vinci around every corner. When you book a stay at one of our amazing Venice hotels, you’ll be close to it all, just check out our list of the best places to stay in Venice.
You consider yourself somewhat of a museum aficionado. Every place you’ve been you’ve seen them all. But just when you thought you couldn’t visit better ones, you come to Venice. Start off in St. Mark’s Square where for a mere 24 euros, you’ll be able to purchase a pass that will give you access to just about every museum in Piazza San Marco. Some of the must-see places are the Correr Museum, the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, and the Moncenigo Palace. And that’s just scratching the surface. Venture deeper into the historic streets of the city and discover what else it has in store for you.
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