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Cheap hotels in Dorsoduro, Venice

Located across the Accademia Bridge from San Marco, Dorsoduro is the largest neighborhood in Venice, not to mention the centuries-old home to starving artists and romantic hipsters. Ha! The Dorsoduro rents are so pricey that artists are starving elsewhere these days. Despite the absence of real live artists, Dorsoduro still boasts the Accademia art museum, the Peggy Guggenheim museum, numerous galleries and waterfront cafés. The University Ca’ Foscari is smack dab in the middle of Dorsoduro, and the city’s late night scene is clustered around Campo Santa Margherita.

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Antica Locanda Montin, Venice

Address Dorsoduro 1147 (Dorsoduro)

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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$79

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Hotel Messner, Venice

Address Dorsoduro 216 (Dorsoduro)

The two-ster Hotel Messner offers 40 charming rooms and a fabulous location in the shadow of the stunning Madonna della Salute church.

7.9 Guest Rating

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$86

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Hotel Galleria, Venice

Address Dorsoduro 878 a (Dorsoduro)

The Galleria is a sweet old place with antique furnishings, creaky hardwood floors, and no television in sight.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$106

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Hotel La Calcina, Venice

Address Fondamenta Zattere Ai Gesuati, Dorsoduro (Dorsoduro)

The three-star Hotel La Calcina is a splurge-worthy gem with a lovely location and charm to spare.

8.7 Guest Rating

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$119

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Casa Rezzonico, Venice

Address Dorsoduro 2813 - Fondamenta Gherardini (Dorsoduro)

The adorable six-room Dorsoduro hotel is housed in a 16th-century building that still exudes an antique feeling without all the creaking and cracking.

7.8 Guest Rating

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$125

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