Enter your dates to see available rooms. Click any one to see details. (The top box is only for searching specific areas or islands.)
Using the map
This map is supplied by Booking.com, who offer a price match on bookings as well as free cancellation options.
Venice geography – The map shows just the main islands that make up the historic city of Venice. The Lido island, with its beach front hotels, is off the map to the south-east. Drag the map to see it. If you zoom in on any area, more hotels/apartments will appear, so it’s a good idea to focus your search.
There’s a bigger map here, if you prefer.
Which areas of Venice are best?
Stay on the Lido if you want to be near a beach or open-air pool. Otherwise, accommodation in the historic city itself is the best option, providing total immersion in this uniquely beautiful and car-free city. There are cheaper options in the mainland town of Mestre, often misleadingly included in lists of hotels in ‘Venice’, but this may be a false economy.
Which part of the historic city is best depends very much on personal preferences: crowded versus quieter, character, proximity to places you want to see or to convenient transport. The guide to Venice Neighbourhoods (Sestieri) can help you decide.
Hotels and apartments near vaporetto stops
If you plan to get to your accommodation by vaporetto (public water-bus), check that your chosen hotel or apartment is reasonably close to a vaporetto stop, especially if you will have heavy bags. That’s because Venice has more than 400 bridges with steps over its 150+ canals, so dragging luggage can be difficult.
How to check
Zoom in. Vaporetto stops are the little blue squares along the edges of the main waterways. Click a little square to see the stop’s name. Then check your walking route from the stop to your chosen hotel. You can use the vaporetto network map to check the stop’s connection to your departure point, such as the station, airport, cruise port or land bus/taxi terminus.