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To begin with, there are about eighty hotels in the vicinity of Venice’s Marco Polo Airport, the nearest of which is the four-star Annia Park Hotel, situated only 0.6 km away from the facility. The hotel, housed in a 19th century palazzo, has 27 rooms, all of them equipped with internet access, satellite TV, and of course, comfortable and stylish furniture. Depending on the season and the period of your stay, prices start from 100 Euro per night for a double room for single use, including an ample breakfast and a free shuttle to the airport.

Downtown Venice is probably one of the most expensive places in the world in terms of accommodation. All of the available hotels have four or five stars and prices start from $401.50 per night in a single room in Boscolo Grand Hotel Dei Dogi, up to $453 for a night-stay in Hotel Sofitel Venezia. In Boscolo Grand Hotel Dei Dogi, guests enjoy a number of services and facilities such as a satellite television service, extra towels and bedding, climate control, pay movies, premium television channels, mini bar, private bathroom with makeup/ shaving mirror and hair dryer, bathroom phone, bidet, designer toiletries, in-room massage, and many others. The 72 guestrooms are fitted with glass chandeliers, marble-topped desks, oriental rugs, red-and-gold fabrics, and 18th century antique reproductions. In addition to these services and amenities, there are plenty of options for recreation. On site or near the hotel, guests can choose from swimming, golfing, horse riding, scooter, moped, bicycle rentals, motor boating, and boat launch, as well as tennis. The Spa in the hotel offers facial treatments.

The tourists with substantial means, seeking five-star comfort and seclusion, could pick up from a number of premium-class accommodation facilities like the Luna Hotel Baglioni or Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel, where a night-stay in a suite overlooking the lagoon could cost up to 1,400 Euro. The hotel’s services and amenities for business travellers include fax and express mail, business center and business phone service, paging equipment and office rental, printer and photocopying service, video phone and video messaging, and many others. For the convenience and comfort of families and individual travellers, Hilton Molino Stucky Hotel offers concierge desk, lounge, luggage hold and local area transportation, room service, babysitting service, cribs, and children’s menu. Staff at the hotel is multilingual. For their guests’ leisure time, the hotel features a pool and a fitness room. If you are coming to Venice between 15 July and 31 December, rooms are offered at 25 percent off.

Apparently, the cheapest accommodation option in Venice is sharing a small apartment with two or three other people for about 27 Euro per person per night, including the utilities. The place to check is called Venezia Sogna. It is located in the neighborhood of Dorsoduro, just fifteen minutes walking away from the city center. The studio has a total floorage of 35 sq.m., and can accommodate up to three people on single and double sofa beds. Its kitchen is equipped with everything one may need, including a washing machine, a toaster, a fridge, an oven, etc. The rent is paid in cash upon arrival, and no advance deposits are required. Keep in mind that you are supposed to clean up the place before you check out, which is before 11 am in the morning. This lodging is not suitable for people with mobility problems, smokers, or tourists with pets.

Another cheap place to stay in Venice is the Smirne - a sixty sq.m. apartment with a huge balcony in the area of Lido, half an hour from the city center by vaporetto. A night-stay there will cost you just $45 per person, but $300 deposit is required upon check in, which is duly returned to the tenants upon check out. Again, the place is not accessible to people in wheelchairs, and no smokers or pets are allowed in the apartment.

Venice is the kind of place where everything is designed to get you spending and spending as soon as you arrive. Thus, at the end of the day many tourists find themselves with empty pockets and eyes full of impressions, while their numbed minds are frantically trying to digest the heaps of information they have been mercilessly bombarded with. Below, you will find some sensible accommodation ideas, although lodging prices are quite high all over the city. This is in part due to the high number of tourists that visit Venice every year, and in part to the higher upkeep costs of the hotel keepers. The high humidity and the specific landscape of the city are responsible for this. Note that Venice is probably the only place in the world where you can literary drown in the street.