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The Gritti Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Sestiere di San Marco 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Renovated Venetian Baroque Grand Canal stunner with an impressive art collection and culinary academy. — Jetsetter

The Gritti Palace represents aristocratic Venetian living at its best, complete with hand-blown chandeliers, sumptuous textiles, and sweeping canal views. — Fodor's

Starwood’s Luxury Collection pulled out all the stops to renovate Venice’s legendary hotel on the Grand Canal, with an estimated price tag of $55 million. — Travel + Leisure

82 rooms reflect hundreds of years of Venetian history, style, and culture, while Acqua di Parma toiletries, free Wi-Fi, stocked minibars, and flat-screen TVs keep rooms modern. — Oyster

Occupies one of the loveliest spots on the Grand Canal, looking across to the magnificent Salute church, and has equally sumptuous interiors to match, with priceless antiques and frescoes. — The Telegraph

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Belmond Hotel Cipriani

Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on Giudecca, an island across from St. Mark’s Square, the Cipriani offers guests complimentary ferries across the Venetian lagoon to the famous piazza. — Condé Nast Traveler

The classy Cipriani offers 79 luxurious suites, all with private balconies overlooking flower filled gardens. — Lonely Planet

Excellent service, elegant, peaceful rooms that blend historic and contemporary styles, some with spectacular views of the lagoon, and a heated salt-water swimming pool. — Fodor's

Set amidst verdant gardens, the Cipriani has great facilities as well as a private harbour for your yacht and a good chance of rubbing shoulders with a film star. — Time Out

Cloistered among sweeping, verdant grounds on the island of Giudecca, across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco, the Cipriani is a luxurious world unto itself. — Concierge

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from $922

Baglioni Hotel Luna

Sestiere di San Marco 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The "location could not have been better——literally steps off the Piazza San Marco" at this hotel. — Concierge

Countless refurbishments mean that it does not look its age, and as part of the Baglioni group it now has all modern extras to go with its traditional luxuries. — Insight Guides

An understated, private landing stage for gondolas and water taxis on a side canal of the lagoon marks the entrance to the lovely Luna Hotel Baglioni in San Marco. — Afar Magazine

The classic hotel delivers a high level of service in a beautiful setting. Canova... an award-winning restaurant serving Italian and international cuisine. — Oyster

Just steps away from St Mark’s Square and tastefully decorated in gorgeous Venetian colours and fabrics, expect lagoon luxury at prices that are a tad lower than other nearby five-stars. — The Telegraph

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from $492

Hotel Flora

Sestiere di San Marco 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A quiet escape in central Venice. A quality breakfast is served in the beautiful interior garden during the warm months. — Oyster

The elegant and refined facade announces truly special place; the hospitable staff, the tastefully decorated rooms, and magical garden do not disappoint. — Fodor's

Many modern hoteliers like to trumpet the fact that they offer the comforts of a boutique property with the freedom of a private home. — Wallpaper

The Flora is a rare find among the designer-label boutiques immediately west of St Mark’s Square. — The Telegraph

Situated at the bottom of a cul-de-sac near piazza San Marco, it offers a dreamy, tranquil stay in the palazzo adjacent to what's known as Desdemona's house. — Time Out

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Hotel Danieli, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Sestiere di Castello 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting at the waterfront of St. Mark’s Basin, Hotel Danieli is a luxury property with direct access to water taxis and walking distance to many top attractions. — Oyster

The Danieli is the epitome of luxury. It was the palace of the Dandolo family and has strong literary and musical connections. — DK Eyewitness

As eccentric and luxurious as Venice itself, the Danieli has attracted artistic bohemians, minor royalty and their millionaire lovers for over a century. — Lonely Planet

One of the most sumptuous hotels in Venice since 1822. — Frommer's

The splendid Gothic foyer is an attraction in itself, and the older rooms are very plush, although the modern extension is devoid of charm. — Insight Guides

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from $491

Al Ponte Antico Hotel

Sestiere di Cannaregio 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Guests get plenty of personal attention at this intimate, family-managed property, and the free breakfast includes homemade pastries, crepes, eggs, fruit, and cold cuts. — Oyster

Al Ponte Antico has taken the traditional Venetian hotel design idiom and run with it to create a baroque extravaganza. — Concierge

A joyful pastiche of Venetian style both in its bedrooms...and in the central living room which gives on to a delightful balcony with a view over the Grand Canal and bridge. — The Telegraph

Forget those giant five-stars, to indulge your James Bond fantasy, look no further. — Frommer's

This extremely plush four-star residenza, a few metres upstream of the Rialto Bridge, is one of the best small hotels in the city. — Rough Guide

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from $448

Hotel Londra Palace

Sestiere di Castello 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The vista must have been pleasing to Tchaikovsky, who wrote his Fourth Symphony here in 1877. The staff is top-notch, as are the restaurant and the bar. — Fodor's

On Riva Degli Schiavoni, Hotel Londra Palace’s neoclassical beauty threatens to outshine its surroundings — even though you have plenty to look at, thanks to the hotel’s striking views of the lagoon. — Forbes Travel Guide

Today, the Londra Palace is elegant but restrained, offering traditional-style rooms furnished with antiques and paintings. — Time Out

This 19th-century neo-Gothic palace is one of the best values on the prime real estate of the Riva degli Schiavoni. — Frommer's

Historic palazzo with original 19th-century furnishings and unbeatable lagoon views, located minutes from the Piazza San Marco, at a nice price. — Travel + Leisure

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from $519

The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice

Sestiere di San Marco 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a group of historic 18th- and 19th-century palaces in the heart of Venice’s historic center right on the Grand Canal, the luxury Westin Europa & Regina offers modern amenities. — Oyster

Prize location along the Grand Canal coupled with superb suites and fabulous culinary offerings is what this Venetian spot is all about. — Jetsetter

Whereas the Monaco engages its guests with eye-catching eclectic surroundings, this assemblage aims for authentic Venetian luxury, albeit with a glossy, updated edge. — Star Service

With its spectacular Grand Canal frontage and classic Venetian décor, the five-star Europa & Regina is one of the grandes dames of the city’s accommodation scene. — The Telegraph

In a paradox uniquely Venetian, the hotel manages to be central... yet maintains an elite seclusion when approached from land where five joined palazzo comprising the hotel are tucked away. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $415

Locanda Orseolo

Sestiere di San Marco 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hide out behind Piazza San Marco: no one will know but the gondolieri, who regularly row past the lobby. — Lonely Planet

Enticing inn made up of three elegant guesthouses operated by the friendly Peruch family, located right behind Piazza San Marco. — Frommer's

If this hotel was an opera star it would merit at least a few curtain calls. Opened in 2005, this 17th-century former patrician residence has in a short time done what other Venice hotels... — Star Service

Traditional, elegant rooms have theatrical wall murals, glass chandeliers, and small flat-screen TVs... rates are among the most competitive in the area. — Oyster

Traditional, tasteful Venetian decor takes on a Carnevale theme in cozy, well-appointed, and comfortable rooms are enlivened by fanciful wall murals. — Fodor's

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from $284

Pensione Accademia - Villa Maravege

Sestiere di Dorsoduro 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once the Russian embassy, this three-star seventeenth-century villa has a devoted following, not least on account of its garden. — Rough Guide

With two lovely gardens flanked by canals, and an old-fashioned air in a less-touristy zone, the three-star Pensione Accademia — Villa Maravege has a genteel, throw-back charm. — The Telegraph

The 27-room Pensione Accademia - Villa Maravege is a charming mid-range option in the artsy Dorsoduro neighborhood. — Oyster

In spite of the not always friendly staff, it's perennially popular with visitors seeking comfortable pensione-style accommodation. — Time Out

Step through the ivy-covered gate of this 17th-century garden villa just off the Grand Canal, and you’ll forget you’re a block from the Accademia. — Lonely Planet

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from $138

Pensione La Calcina

Sestiere di Dorsoduro 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Charismatic three-star hotel in the house where Ruskin wrote much of The Stones of Venice. — Rough Guide

Simply yet tastefully decorated rooms; elegant common areas. — Condé Nast Traveler

The hotel has belonged to the same family for three generations and they take pride in its heritage. — Oyster

This hotel on the sunny Zattere in the southern Dorsoduro has remained a quasi-sacred preference for writers, artists, and assorted bohemians. — Frommer's

With an air of civilised calm, La Calcina is one of the best value hotels in its category. — Time Out

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from $114

Ca' Sagredo Hotel

Sestiere di Cannaregio 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Secreted away, north of the elegant Rialto Bridge and hidden behind a 15th-century facade, this stunning palazzo is a National Monument that teems with Venetian history and spectacular art — Star Service

Book a tour of the famous Rialto market with the hotel’s chef, Josef Klostermaier. — Travel + Leisure

This expansive palace has been the Sagredo family residence since the mid-1600s and has the decor to prove it. — Fodor's

This is one of the most decadent hotel experiences in Venice, and it's right on the Grand Canal, within walking distance of St. Mark's Square. — Oyster

The Venice boutique hotel stands out for two other reasons: first, the meticulous preservation of the palace’s original frescoes, stuccoes, paintings, and other works of art, and its dazzling location — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $360

Bauer Palazzo

Sestiere di San Marco 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms are traditionally Venetian, while others are more modern... spectacular views of the Grand Canal. There’s a formal restaurant here, as well as a fitness center. — Oyster

Gothic and grand, this 18th-century former nobleman’s home stands proudly on the banks of the Grand Canal in the San Marco district. — Afar Magazine

A palazzo with an ornate, 1930s neo-Gothic facade facing the Grand Canal has lavishly decorated guest rooms. — Fodor's

"Location, location, location!" A two-minute walk from St. Mark’s Square, this mansion with a perfect location score is a fixture on the Grand Canal. — Condé Nast Traveler

Bauer's dreamy period Il Palazzo shares its building with the aesthetically conservative Bauhaus-flavored Il Bauer, the latter losing out on the coin toss for best views — Star Service

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from $676

Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal

Sestiere di San Marco 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You won't get a more choice location: right on the Grand Canal, across from Harry's Bar, 1 long block from St. Mark's Square. — Frommer's

The Benetton family acquired this 100-room Venice hotel in the 1990s, and have since incorporated three adjacent buildings. — Condé Nast Traveler

A stunning stay on the Grand Canal in beautiful Venice, with breakfast and entrance to Venice Casino. — Jetsetter

The Benetton family acquired this 99-room hotel eight years ago and have since incorporated three adjacent buildings. — Concierge

The lobby and bar area is a fussy mix of classic and modern, the rooms in the main building are untouched by the design revolution, while those on the Grand Canal are ultra-traditional Venetian. — Time Out

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from $187

San Clemente Palace Kempinski

Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mad for luxury? Check into this rose-coloured high-end hotel and former madhouse. — Lonely Planet

The tree-filled island of San Clemente in Venice’s southern lagoon originally housed a pilgrims’ hospice in the 11th century. — The Telegraph

Situated on a private island, a 15-minute shuttle-boat ride from St. Mark's Square, this full-scale luxury hotel is, like the JW Marriott Resort & Spa, a rarity in Venice, where demure,... — Star Service

Over time, the island of San Clemente has hosted a hospice for pilgrims, a powder store, an ecclesiastical prison for unruly priests and, more recently, a mental hospital. — Time Out

The San Clemente Palace was made for visitors who love the city but find no charm in the throngs of tourists clogging La Serenissima’s vias. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $437

Hotel Palazzo Abadessa

Sestiere di Cannaregio 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a 16th-century palazzo behind the Ca' d'Oro, it's every bit as fancy as the Grand Canal hotels, but thanks to its location, on a secondary canal, costs less. — Travel + Leisure

Perhaps most inviting of all, after a hard day's sightseeing, is the palazzo's gorgeous walled garden, with its centuries-old trees and shady walks. — Concierge

This gorgeous residenza d’epoca is a meticulously restored palazzo behind the church of Santa Sofia. — Rough Guide

A beautiful shady walled garden is laid out in front of this privately owned 16th-century palazzo. — Time Out

Lovingly restored, the 13 rooms and suites have superb antique furniture, brocade-covered walls, and ornate Murano glass chandeliers. — The Telegraph

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from $142

Oltre Il Giardino

Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose) 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With just six simple, stylish rooms tucked away behind the Frari church, furnishings are tasteful, and the peaceful garden dominates the landscape and grounds. — Travel + Leisure

All of the comfortable rooms blend classic and modern touches and overlook a serene garden which is a rare find in Venice. — Oyster

This charming boutique hotel concealed behind a high gate near the Frari basilica is a true home from home. — Concierge

More country house than Venetian palazzo and boasts that Venetian rarity: a garden. Décor is comfortable-contemporary, with great beds and lovely views over the greenery. — The Telegraph

Airy, individually decorated guest rooms face a large garden, an oasis of peace (especially in high season). — Fodor's

Ca' Maria Adele

Sestiere di Dorsoduro 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the city's most intimate and elegant getaways immerses guests in a mix of classic style... and touches of the contemporary, found in the African-wood reception area and breakfast room. — Fodor's

Five of the twelve rooms in this very upmarket locanda are so-called “theme rooms” – the Sala Noir, for example, is a “voluptuous and hot” environment in cocoa and spice tones. — Rough Guide

This property right near the Peggy Guggenheim Collection achieves what so many others have failed to pull off: It seamlessly mixes Venetian traditions and modern design, with stunning results. — Concierge

These rooms are set for romance, swagged in sumptuous silk damask and mood-lit with winking Moroccan lanterns and Murano chandeliers. — Lonely Planet

An upscale, 12-room boutique hotel set in the quiet and secluded art quarter in the south of Venice -- though with easy boat access to the rest of the island. — Oyster

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from $492

Novecento Boutique Hotel

Sestiere di San Marco 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Intimate and very welcoming locanda with nine individually decorated doubles, all with bathrooms. — Rough Guide

The nine-room, mid-range Novecento BoutiqueHotel is a family-owned inn in a quiet but central location that's convenient for both tourists and business travelers. — Oyster

Like the home of an exotic world traveler, this tiny jewel-box of an inn is filled with unusual art, gorgeous textiles, and unique furnishings from far-flung locales like Asia and North Africa. — Travel + Leisure

This nine-room townhouse a few minutes' walk from Piazza San Marco is everything a Venetian inn should be: welcoming, eclectic. — Concierge

A stylish yet intimate retreat tucked away on a quiet calle... offers exquisite rooms decorated with original furnishings. — Fodor's

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from $302

Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo

Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose) 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo is a romantic dream—and a splurge to consider. — EuroCheapo

A delightful hotel across its own little bridge on a quiet canal near campo San Stae, this has to be one of Venice's best value accommodation options. — Time Out

This affordable hotel offers 10 opulent rooms with Murano glass chandeliers and wood-beamed ceilings. The best part, the property is only a 15-minute walk from Piazza San Marco. — Travel + Leisure

This ten-room gem near the church of San Stae is easily one of the best deals in Venice. — Concierge

A columned courtyard welcomes you to this elegant, charming palazzo... located on a side canal convenient to any number of sights, cafés, restaurants, and shops. — Fodor's

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from $180
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