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Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Venice

Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Venice. Our editors have followed every canal and alleyway, hunting down the best inexpensive accommodation options (while trying not to get lost). We inspect and photograph hotels, pensions and B&Bs, then share it all with you in our reviews.

Although most hotels in Venice tend to be very pricey, the city does offer a decent number of small one- and two-star hotels with rates that can be surprisingly affordable, especially if you visit in the off season. Many of these come equipped with tons to Venetian charm, to boot!

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Looking to browse? Click through to see a list of our recommended cheap hotels in Venice, all of which are clean, affordable and located in the city center.

Looking for a specific neighborhood? Here's an overview of Venice's sestieri, or neighborhoods.

Our guide to Venice on a budget

Want more ways to keep your trip affordable? Check out the articles in our city guide and in our Venice blog, which is regularly updated with information on free and cheap things to do, cheap eats, and more.

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Our top 20 reviewed hotels in Venice

Editor's Picks Name Price User rating

Editor's Pick
Albergo San Samuele, Venice

The super-cheapo San Samuele blends the boutique and antique.

7.8 Guest Rating

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$50

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Editor's Pick
Albergo Doni, Venice

The Albergo Doni is pure cheapo, a modest, family-run pension, situated in a 16th-century building very close to St. Mark’s Square.

8.1 Guest Rating

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$63

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Editor's Pick
Pensione Guerrato, Venice

Perhaps a bit of a cheapo splurge, the lovingly-run Guerrato offers 20 spotless rooms furnished with antiques and curiosities from far-flung travels.

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$88

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Bernardi Semenzato, Venice

The family-run Hotel Bernardi Semenzato boasts a cozy atmosphere and a convenient location near the Rialto Bridge. 

8.0 Guest Rating

From

$60

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Editor's Pick
Antica Locanda Montin, Venice

The Antica Locanda Montin is a family-run restaurant and inn. It's a bit dated but has its charms, espeically the artwork scattered throughout.

7.6 Guest Rating

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$75

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Editor's Pick
Casa per Ferie Santa Maria della Pieta, Venice

Situated on the top floor of a 14th-century orphanage, the Casa per Ferie Santa Maria della Pieta offers 15 simple guest rooms and a truly unique experience.

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$125

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Editor's Pick
Casa Peron, Venice

An eclectic and artsy one-star hotel, situated on a pedestrian shopping street right on the border of Santa Croce and San Polo.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$63

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Galleria, Venice

Situated right at the base of the Accademia Bridge, the charming hotel offers some of the city’s cheapest rooms with direct views onto the Grand Canal.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$113

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Dalla Mora, Venice

The one-star Hotel Dalla Mora is a Cheapo winner in the Santa Croce neighborhood, with pristine rooms (most with canal views), friendly owners, and wonderfully low rates.

From

$56

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Editor's Pick
Locanda Al Leon, Venice

Friendly owners Giuliano and Marcella run the charming Locanda Al Leon, a pristine guesthouse overlooking a small square just minutes from Piazza San Marco.

9.0 Guest Rating

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$88

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Editor's Pick
Locanda Silva, Venice

A friendly, family-run hotel situated near San Marco that offers clean and simple rooms, with or without private bath, at low rates.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$63

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Ai Do Mori, Venice

Winning the Cheapo Award for “Best Location on a Budget,” the tiny Hotel Ai Do Mori offers comfortable rooms at rock-bottom rates across the street from St. Mark’s Square.

From

$50

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Editor's Pick
Hostel Domus Civica, Venice

A convent-turned-women's college residence during the academic year, the hostel offers a good value for summertime Cheapos visiting from June 1st to September 30th.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$75

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Editor's Pick
Bed and Breakfast Corte Campana, Venice

Situated in a fabulous palazzo with more than 600 years of history, the Bed and Breakfast Corte Campana feels like a real home, complete with a friendly owner who grew up in the place.

From

$94

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Santa Lucia, Venice

Located a five-minute stroll from the Santa Lucia train station, and just down a palm-tree-lined alleyway, the 15-room Hotel Santa Lucia feels like a Miami breeze.

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$63

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Editor's Pick
Locanda Casa Querini, Venice

Set on a small and tranquil square, the six-room Locanda Casa Querini is a tiny charmer with classic Venetian style.

8.9 Guest Rating

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$113

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Editor's Pick
Locanda SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

The intimate Locanda SS. Giovanni e Paolo is a six-room guesthouse situated in a classy 18th-century palazzo along the romantic streets of Castello.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$100

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Editor's Pick
Residenza Ca' Riccio, Venice

The six-room Residenza Ca' Riccio is a gem of a spot, with old-fashioned charm, friendly service and a cool location near the Rialto Bridge.

8.6 Guest Rating

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$86

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Villa Rosa, Venice

The Hotel Villa Rosa offers 33 sparkling rooms two blocks from the train station. Even with this super-central location, it still manages to be quite peaceful.

7.6 Guest Rating

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$56

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Casa Cosmo Lodging House, Venice

The intimate Casa Cosmo Lodging House is a family affair with four simple rooms near the Rialto Bridge.

8.8 Guest Rating

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$79

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