Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Venice
The best budget hotels in Venice... inspected and approved.
The Albergo Doni is pure cheapo, a modest, family-run pension, situated in a 16th-century building very close to St. Mark’s Square.
Offering a fabulous location and that extra something special, the Pensione Guerrato has long been a EuroCheapo fave.
The family-run Hotel Bernardi Semenzato boasts a cozy atmosphere and a convenient location near the Rialto Bridge.
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.
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.
We can't stop singing the praises of the friendly, artsy and affordable Casa Peron.
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Venice and throughout Europe. Our editors have followed every canal and alleyway, hunting down the best inexpensive accommodation options. We inspect and photograph the hotels, 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. Many of these come equipped with tons to Venetian charm, to boot! Keep reading...
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