7 Best Romantic Hotels in Venice

If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Venice, you’re certainly in the right city. Venice is a romantic’s dream, with its canals, gorgeous architecture and vibrant, colorful scenes. These seven hotels are all excellent choices among romantic hotels in this beautiful city.

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Amadeus Hotel for Marble and Murano

Located 200 yards from the Canale di Cannaregio, the opulent Amadeus Hotel is the perfect place for a romantic break. The Venetian-style rooms have marble floors, Murano chandeliers, and classic red, green, and gold color schemes. Antique furnishings and comfortable beds feature gilded moldings to match the gold-framed mirrors and artworks. With a leafy courtyard garden for sitting close and whispering sweet nothings, this is the place to woo your lover!

Hilton Molino Stucky Venice with Rooftop Pool

The Hilton Molino Stucky Venice is on Giudecca Island in Venice Lagoon. The hotel shuttle boat will transport you Venetian-style to Piazza San Marco or Zattere for dining, shopping, and sightseeing. At the end of the day, nothing beats chilling out by the rooftop pool at this modern luxury hotel, which boasts one of the best views of this romantic city.

Le Boulevard Grand Pink Villa

The grand pink and white façade of the four-star Le Boulevard hotel looks like a beautiful iced wedding cake the perfect choice for a honeymoon or anniversary. Located on the quieter Lido of Venice sandbar, the hotel has regular ferries to transport guests to the heart of the city in St Mark’s Square. This restored 1930s hotel is furnished in a plain but comfortable style and has its own restaurant.

Boscolo Venezia Autograph Collection for Spa Rejuvenation

The Boscolo Venezia Autograph Collection boasts five-star accommodation, and when you see the hotel you will understand why. Located right on the canal with its own private dock, the distinctive Boscolo offers Venetian decor with Murano chandeliers, soft oriental carpets, and 18th century antiques. Take a salt bath in the luxury spa or book a couple’s massage for the ultimate romantic treat.

Hotel San Cassiano Ca’Favretto Right on the Grand Canal

Locations don’t come better than the Hotel San Cassiano Ca’Favretto. That’s probably why artist Giacomo Favretto chose this 14th century palazzo as his 19th century residence. The Venetian furnishings and antiques, coupled with modern amenities, make this a well-located base for any romantic vacation or honeymoon. De Luxe and Superior rooms have the best views of the Grand Canal, especially after dark.

Affordable Venice Resort

A romantic weekend in Venice can be affordable if you book at the Venice Resort. Surrounded by pleasant gardens, this modern hotel is close to Venice Marco Polo Airport in the Mestre neighborhood. Regular public transport will take you into the heart of Venice in about 45 minutes. You can splurge your hotel savings on a romantic gondola ride down the Grand Canal, or dine at an open-air restaurant, drinking in the ambience of the Dorsoduro district.

Albergo Quattro Fontane Venezia on the Peaceful Lido

The Albergo Quattro Fontane Venezia is a peaceful country-house residence on the Lido. Just a short vaporetto (water taxi) ride from St Mark’s Square, this charming hotel has tennis courts, reading rooms, and peaceful gardens for relaxing. You can walk hand in hand along the sand on nearby Lido beach.

Whichever Venice hotel you choose, you’re sure to have a memorable romantic vacation in this City of Love.

About gillianbirch

Greetings from your international roving reporter! Based in beautiful Cornwall UK, I am a freelance travel writer and published author of several travel books. As the wife of a Master Mariner, I have travelled extensively and lived in exotic locations all over the world including the Far East, Europe, Australia and the Republic of Panama. I would describe myself as having “endless itchy feet and an insatiable wanderlust”, as I continue to explore Europe, Florida and further afield, writing about my experiences with humour and attention to detail. BTW, I have a Diploma from the British College of Journalism and am a member of the International Travel Writers’ Alliance and the Gulf Coast Writers’ Association.
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