Best Value Hotels in Venice

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Oyster knows what travelers look for in their hotels. When we visit properties around the world, we evaluate how every feature stacks up against the competition, from the rooms to the pools to the restaurants. So if you're planning a trip and need a place to start, you've come to the right place. Take a look at our top picks for value in Venice, and get inspired!

  1. A 10-room boutique on a small canal, Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo is an intimate, quiet pick in the Santa Croce neighborhood of Venice. Located near a Vaporetto stop and a 10-minute walk from the Rialto Bridge, this hotel has pretty historic details such as wood beam ceilings. Rooms have Murano glass chandeliers, small flat-screen TVs, and gilded mirrors. Both Wi-Fi and breakfast are free, but the traditional decor might not suit all tastes. All in all, it's a terrific value.

  2. The six-room Ca' Pagan is an eclectic Venice hotel filled with antique Venetian decorations, exposed wooden beam ceilings, and Murano glass fixtures. Rooms feature Asian and Venetian decor, flat-screen TVs, and windows with courtyard views, although the decor might be loud for some tastes.The hotel offers a free breakfast in a quaint room and rustic courtyard, and Wi-Fi is free throughout. 

  3. The clean, 67-room Carnival Palace Hotel near the train station in Venice is tucked away in the quiet north of the city, away from the tourist bustle. A big, well-kept interior garden and small bar in the lobby provide convenient places to relax. Rooms are bright and upscale with Murano glass chandeliers and either face the Cannaregio Canal or the garden; the garden side is quieter. This hotel is a good pick for visitors that want to explore a more local side of Venice.

  4. The Hotel Al Duca di Venezia offers a quiet retreat that’s hidden from the bustling Venice tourist areas. The 13-room hotel features traditional Venetian decor, exposed wooden ceiling beams, and a comfy lounge with an Internet corner. There's also a stylish, classically decorated bar and breakfast room where a free buffet breakfast is served every morning. Rooms and apartments are decorated with lavish Venetian furnishings and flat-screen TVs (and some have patios), but taller guests should note that rooms on the top floor have slanted, low-hanging ceilings.

  5. This three-room bed and breakfast is a small, unfussy pick near a convenient Vaporetto stop outside the historic core of Venice. Access to a rooftop terrace and back garden is convenient for picnics or sunset drinks. The modest rooms with lace curtains are well maintained with small, but modern en-suite bathrooms. This value pick has a homey feel, with nice extras like free Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet, but there’s no elevator.

  6. The mid-range, 35-room Best Western Hotel Olimpia has a rare back garden for in-season al fresco dining and sunbathing. The nearby bus terminal offers access to the airport, but main Venice attractions take some time to reach on foot. Rooms range from small and pleasant to big and elegant; all are decorated in an 18th century Venetian style and have nice modern bathrooms. A free breakfast has a wide variety and Wi-Fi is also free, but some rooms experience noise from the bus terminal.

  7. Located a five-minute walk from Saint Mark’s Square, the 15-room Hotel Al Piave offers couples and families a cozy and reasonably priced Venice vacation. Rooms and apartments have classic decor and flat-screen TVs and some come with kitchens, bedrooms, and balconies. A free continental breakfast is served daily and gluten-free and lactose-free options are available on request. The hotel also has a small, private courtyard.

  8. Set in a quiet residential area of the Santa Croce district, a quick walk from the Grand Canal, the Albergo Marin is a cozy and convenient option for budget travelers to Venice. Guest rooms are bright and surprisingly modern with simple decor, while common areas are unusually spacious and welcoming for a budget property. Free breakfast, a bar serving drinks throughout the day and evening, and easy access to vaporettos and trains also help make this 19-room property a good value. 

  9. A six-room bed and breakfast in quaint, quiet Cannaregio, Ca’Riccio is a bright, homey pick filled with fresh-cut flowers and a variety of attractive art on the walls. Rooms are cozy and clean with wrought iron headboards, Murano glass lamps, and minibars. A free continental breakfast is served in a charming breakfast room and Wi-Fi is free, but there is no elevator. Its offers wonderful value considering its level of charm, and it's within walking distance of the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Square.

  10. The 48-room Best Western Montecarlo is a comfy, budget-friendly hotel close to the Piazza San Marco. Classic antique-inspired furnishings (that border on being just plain dated) and flat-screen TVs fill small, yet cozy rooms on a busy street. The hotel features a cozy bar, a buffet breakfast room with traditional furnishings, and a TV room with an Internet corner, but space in common areas is limited and can feel cramped. 

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