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Hotels in Venice near Casino of Venice

When you have to fly to Italy for a meeting or a business trip and you’re looking at Venice airport hotels, you have a number of choices. Venice has more than one airport, and the surrounding neighborhoods are all different. The city’s 6 districts each have their own personality. Historical Cannaregio was home to Marco Polo, Tintoretto and Titian, and touristy San Marco has great shopping and exquisite cultural offerings. If you’re hungry after checking in to your room, you have options other than the hotel cafeteria if you visit Castello and its renowned restaurants and bakeries. In San Polo and Santa Croce you can eat at local trattorias and osterias.

Finding the Right Airport Hotel

Venice may be the destination for your next business meeting, or perhaps you need a hotel for a one-night layover before traveling on to another venue. Travelers using Marco Polo Airport can use a ferry or a private water taxi for transportation. The advantage of a water taxi is that it goes anywhere you want it to, and it saves you from having to drag heavy suitcases from the landing stages to hotels near Venice Airport. Ferries are slower, but on a nice day the ride is enjoyable and the view of the city coastline is beautiful. Lodging rates vary, so booking a less expensive room means more money left over for meals.

Accommodation Conveniently Located

After landing and collecting your luggage you may be tired and hungry, and the length of the lines for ground transportation to the hotel can be impossible to predict. Marco Polo Airport has plenty of shops and restaurants open from 6 am to 6 pm, or you can buy from local merchants near your hotel. Transportation to your Venice Airport hotel is by waterbus, train or taxi. Car rental and Internet service is available at the airport, and the best place to eat on-site is upstairs, but it would probably be best to eat at your hotel or at local eateries near the hotel.

When you have to fly to Italy for a meeting or a business trip and you’re looking at Venice airport hotels, you have a number of choices. Venice has more than one airport, and the surrounding neighborhoods are all different. The city’s 6 districts each have their own personality. Historical Cannaregio was home to Marco Polo, Tintoretto and Titian, and touristy San Marco has great shopping and exquisite cultural offerings. If you’re hungry after checking in to your room, you have options other than the hotel cafeteria if you visit Castello and its renowned restaurants and bakeries. In San Polo and Santa Croce you can eat at local trattorias and osterias.

Finding the Right Airport Hotel

Venice may be the destination for your next business meeting, or perhaps you need a hotel for a one-night layover before traveling on to another venue. Travelers using Marco Polo Airport can use a ferry or a private water taxi for transportation. The advantage of a water taxi is that it goes anywhere you want it to, and it saves you from having to drag heavy suitcases from the landing stages to hotels near Venice Airport. Ferries are slower, but on a nice day the ride is enjoyable and the view of the city coastline is beautiful. Lodging rates vary, so booking a less expensive room means more money left over for meals.

Accommodation Conveniently Located

After landing and collecting your luggage you may be tired and hungry, and the length of the lines for ground transportation to the hotel can be impossible to predict. Marco Polo Airport has plenty of shops and restaurants open from 6 am to 6 pm, or you can buy from local merchants near your hotel. Transportation to your Venice Airport hotel is by waterbus, train or taxi. Car rental and Internet service is available at the airport, and the best place to eat on-site is upstairs, but it would probably be best to eat at your hotel or at local eateries near the hotel.

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