Venice is one of those places that is on everyone’s bucket lists. It’s full of history, romance, and the stunning architecture. Whenever I used to see a picture of Venice I felt as if it was beckoning me, luring me with it’s’ beauty and allure. Obviously a year or so later I succumbed to Venice’s charm and I spent a week in a half just taking it all in. I stayed for over a week because luckily I managed to find a hotel slightly below my budget and it made staying for more than a week possible.
Staying in Venice on a budget can sometimes feel daunting because there are so many options to choose from. It is an expensive city, but those who do their research properly can find the perfect budget place. We’re here to make your task easier for you by presenting you with 5 of the best budget places to stay in Venice. You can have fun in the Venice sun and thank us while you’re strolling in the beautiful city of dreams.
Venice doesn’t have a lot of quality hostels or budget friendly places, but this particular hostel just fits the bill perfectly. It is located in central Venice, which makes it perfect for tourists who want to explore the city on foot. Luckily for tourists, it is a single stop on the Vaporetto to the majestic Piazza San Marco.
The facilities provided at the hostel are free Wi-Fi, a bar, restaurant and 24 hours reception. There are several chill out areas, laundry and café that serves delicious coffee. What makes Generator a luxury hostel is the history associated with it.
Shared rooms: 16 Euro
Sky Suite: 40 Euro
This budget-friendly hotel is a tourist favorite because of its stylish and traditional feel. It has a cozy little courtyard in the center which has a lot of period detailing. The original rooms are clustered around the picturesque little courtyard.
The hotel does not have throngs out tourists outside its streets because it’s not centrally located. Rialto Bridge is 10 minutes on foot, which is convenient enough. Both the bus and train stations are mere five minutes away which makes it easier for the guests when they want to go sightseeing. Please do note that the hotel does not have its own bar or restraint in Its premises.
Cost Per Double Room: 80 Euro
This pretty ornate hotel screams Venetian charm with it vintage detailing, antique furniture, and Murano glass chandeliers. It is located in the pretty little Canareggio district, which is a little North of Venice. However, even though it’s not centrally located it is still very popular amongst the tourists. Admittedly, it is distant from the main highlights of Venice; it is still well connected with quite a lot of the historical centers and restaurants. The hotel has a nice little breakfast room which overlooks the lovely garden.
Cost Per Room: 95 Euro
Venissa and Ca’ Angeli are also budget friendly hotels that are worth checking out. The latter is situated in central Venice and is perfect for tourists who want to soak in all the goodness Venice has to offer. Venissa is quirky, a converted farmhouse which has been made into an island retreat on the Island of Mazzorbo. Both the hotels cost less than 100 Euro per night.