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The Gritti Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Sestiere di San Marco 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1525, this "romantic and top-notch" Venetian-Gothic palace is the former residence of the Vatican ambassadors to Venice. — Condé Nast Traveler

Unapologetically Venetian, the majestic Gritti Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel blends the charms and elegance of the city with an intimate luxury — Forbes Travel Guide

Built on the Grand Canal in 1525 for then-doge Andrea Gritti, this magnificent palazzo has lost none of its pomp and ceremony. — Concierge

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

Amid the numerous updates, classic details remain—Murano glass chandeliers, the original gold-trimmed ceilings, and marble tiled floors. — Afar Magazine

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from $835

Belmond Hotel Cipriani

Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in luxurious gardens occupying the eastern tip of one of the the Lagoon Islands, the Cipriani has been one of the world’s great hotels since it opened in 1963. — DK Eyewitness

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

The hotel's 95 guest rooms and suites feature opulent Venetian decor, marble bathrooms, and modern amenities like minibars, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. — Oyster

Long regarded as Venice's top hotel, the Cipriani is a gorgeously elegant inn set into a string of Renaissance-era buildings on 1.2 hectares (3 acres) at the tip of Giudecca. — Frommer'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

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from $922

Hotel Flora

Sestiere di San Marco 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Directly across from the more sophisticated Hotel Saturnia & International, this funky, traditional garden hotel occupies about as central a location for shopping and sightseeing as one... — Star Service

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

The simple name of this small, charming hotel refers to its greatest attribute: a jewel-like patio garden immediately beyond the welcoming lobby. — Frommer's

The Hotel Flora is an ivy-clad 17th-century palazzo tucked down a narrow alleyway in San Marco. — Afar Magazine

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

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from $193

Al Ponte Antico Hotel

Sestiere di Cannaregio 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 16th-century palace inn has lined its Gothic windows with tiny white lights, creating an inviting glow that's emblematic of the hospitality and sumptuous surroundings that await you inside. — Fodor's

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

A smiling host greets you at the padded, golden reception desk and whisks you up large, unabashedly lavish rooms with enough gilt to satisfy Louis XIV. — Lonely Planet

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 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tchaikovsky composed part of his Fourth Symphony here. The location of this neoclassical hotel just steps from St. Mark’s Square and the Doge’s Palace is "as good as it gets." — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Two 19th-century hotels combined in 1900, this Grand Canal property is a block from St. Mark's Square,. — Concierge

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

At Ponte de la Pieta, fronting perhaps the busiest promenade in Europe, this hotel is prime tourist real estate — Star Service

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from $519

Baglioni Hotel Luna

Sestiere di San Marco 87 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

A private canal makes for "a remarkable arrival and departure experience" at this hotel, the oldest in Venice and the closest to St. Mark’s Square. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Just off Piazza San Marco on the street leading down to Harry's Bar, this luxury hotel may be Venice's oldest inn, converted into a hotel from a convent in the 1200s. — Frommer's

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

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from $492

Hotel Danieli, A Luxury Collection Hotel

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

The gilded lobby, with its Murano glass chandeliers, pink marble columns, and stained-glass windows, sets the opulent tone throughout. — Afar Magazine

No longer the most expensive hotel in Venice, but no other place can compete with the glamour of the Danieli. — Rough Guide

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

Trio of buildings (including a 14th-century palazzo) on the water's edge near the Bridge of Sighs, with new rooms designed by Jacques Garcia. — Travel + Leisure

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

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from $491

The Westin Europa & Regina, Venice

Sestiere di San Marco 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Occupying an inspiring position on the Grand Canal, close to Piazza San Marco, it has beautifully decorated spacious rooms and sumptuous public areas. — DK Eyewitness

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

This amalgamation of the former Hotel Britannia and Hotel Regina is easily one of Venice's still-undiscovered gems. — Fodor's

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

A recent overhaul of one of Venice's venerable Grand Canal bastions put it back among the city's top hotels. — Frommer's

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from $415

Locanda Orseolo

Sestiere di San Marco 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Immaculate bedrooms are ranged over three floors... beakfast is exceptionally generous. The team who run the place bend over backwards to ensure their guests are happy. — Time Out

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

Fabulously friendly staff and a location in a hidden courtyard, a stone’s throw from St Mark’s Square, make this inn a hugely popular Venice option. — The Telegraph

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from $284

Pensione Accademia - Villa Maravege

Sestiere di Dorsoduro 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gothic-style "villa" where accommodations are charmingly decorated with a connoisseur's eye. — Fodor's

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

This pretty, secluded 17th-century palazzo, set in a quiet area of Dorsoduro just off the Grand Canal, has two wonderfully lush gardens—perfect for relaxing on warm afternoons before dinner. — Concierge

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

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

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from $138

Pensione La Calcina

Sestiere di Dorsoduro 86 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

A romantic canal-side sleeper, the Hotel La Calcina offers 27 antique-filled rooms, many with views. — EuroCheapo

Everything is perfect here, starting from the waterside terrace, the pleasant breakfast room, the pretty rooms and the exquisite service. — DK Eyewitness

Breezy roof-garden breakfasts, canal-dock restaurant, and panoramas of Palladio's Redentore church across Giudecca Canal. — Lonely Planet

A very pleasant choice thanks to its excellent location on the Giudecca Canal and a light-filled interior. — Michelin Guide

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from $114

Ca' Sagredo Hotel

Sestiere di Cannaregio 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant 14th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal with ornate chandeliers and museum-worthy antiques. — Jetsetter

This Grand Canal palazzo dating back to the 15th century is as much a museum as a hotel, with a magnificent double staricase... and frescoes by Giambattista Tiepolo among its many treasures. — Time Out

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

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

The 42 guest rooms are beautifully appointed with sofas and chairs covered in pale silk damask and custom wallpapers in pretty, light patterns, and all come with large bathrooms. — Concierge

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from $360

Bauer Palazzo

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

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

The Bauer Palazzo offers old-fashioned elegance, fabulous Grand Canal views, a memorable restaurant serving modern Italian cuisine, and an unbeatable location just moment's from St Mark's Square. — The Telegraph

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

An elegant 18th-century Venetian Gothic palace updated in 2000 with a multi-million dollar renovation for maximum luxury. — Lonely Planet

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

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from $676

Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal

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

Incorporating the carefully restored Ridotto theatre, this elegant hotel also has a renowned restaurant on the Grand Canal. — DK Eyewitness

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

Historic hotel that offers an upscale environment in a prime location near St. Mark's Square, and the price reflects that. — Oyster

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

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from $187

Metropole Hotel

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

Steeped in rich history, Hotel Metropole Venice is every inch a baroque ideal of the Italian city and its famous grand canals — Forbes Travel Guide

Of all the grand hotels that crowd this part of the riva, the Metropole is arguably the most characterful. — Time Out

The quirky palazzo that has evolved from that church building is now a member of the Romantik hotel association -- and aptly so. — Frommer's

Atmosphere prevails in this labyrinth of intimate, opulent spaces featuring classic Venetian decor combined with exotic Eastern influences. — Fodor's

In one of Venice's busiest and most scenic locations, this property fronts the promenade along the Grand Canal, just beyond St. Mark's Square. — Star Service

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from $321

Hotel Palazzo Abadessa

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

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

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

At this late-16th-century palazzo, you can experience gracious hospitality, a luxurious atmosphere, and unusually spacious guest rooms. — Fodor's

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

The garden is the first thing that strikes you on arriving at this beautifully restored palazzo. — DK Eyewitness

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from $142

Bauer Hotel

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

Don't let the modern lobby throw you. This inn, just a few blocks from Piazza San Marco, is one of the top deluxe hotels in town and the only one not owned by a large chain. — Frommer's

For travelers in search of classic Venetian elegance in San Marco, the city’s epicenter of dining and shopping, Bauers L’Hotel has been the top choice since 1890. — Travel + Leisure

Arrive via gondola at this "charming, distinguished" 1850 hotel—with furnishings dating from the 1940s—just off St. Mark’s Square with views of the Baroque church of Campo San Moisè. — Condé Nast Traveler

Luxurious, antique Il Palazzo is housed in the older building and has Grand Canal frontage. — Time Out

Just a stone’s throw from San Marco and situated at the head of the Grand Canal, the charming Bauer L’Hotel Venice sits in the heart of Venice — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $459

Novecento Boutique Hotel

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

Sporting a boho-chic look, the Novocento is a real charmer. Its nine individually designed rooms ooze style with Turkish kilim pillows, Fortuny draperies and 19th-century carved bedsteads. — Lonely Planet

This home-from-home is a real pleasure to come back to after a hard day's sightseeing, especially when it's warm enough to relax in the delightful little garden. — Time Out

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

One of those places that turns a holiday into a special experience. In a quiet corner, just off a busy street leading to St Mark’s Square, you’ll be made to feel like a treasured guest. — The Telegraph

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

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from $302

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 →

Former monastery dating to the 1700's on the private, 16-acre San Clemente Island, with spacious rooms and amenities including a pool, tennis, a 3-hole golf course, and a spa. — Travel + Leisure

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

Secluded on a 15-acre private island offering respite away from the hustle and bustle of Venice proper, San Clemente Palace Kempinski is a luxury lover’s dream — Forbes Travel Guide

Dating back to 1131, this private-island property is surrounded by open-air courtyards, a swimming pool, tennis court, golf course and park. — Gayot

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

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from $437

Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo

Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose) 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

A doge of a deal near the Grand Canal, steps from San Stae vaporetto stop, with prime dining nearby and in-house Turkish bath. — Lonely Planet

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

An intimate, quiet pick... Wi-Fi and breakfast are free, but the traditional decor might not suit all tastes. All in all, it's a terrific value. — Oyster

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from $180
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