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    Each nautical-themed room features dark wood panelling and flooring – polished until it gleams – and boasts wonderful views out to the water. Categories include the compact Classic and the interconnecting family option. Or why not plump for the capacious suite with a private terrace overlooking the lagoon and city – a particularly popular choice. Whichever you go for, en-suites are marble.

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    Opening hours from 09.00- 17.30 Monday - Friday (UK time)
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    Why so chic?

    Why travel experts chose this hotel
    All rooms have lagoon views
    Castello neighbourhood location
    Nautical-themed bedrooms

    Chic Treats

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    • Whichever room you choose at Bucintoro, you’ll have views out to the lagoon and the San Marco basin – the only hotel in Venice that can say that. In keeping with its waterside location, the style throughout is maritime, with bedrooms named after historic sailing boats. 

    • Situated in laid-back Castello, this gem of a neighbourhood is an excellent base. You’re only a 10-minute stroll from St Mark’s square, so it may be surprising to hear that this is a peaceful spot. And with just 20 rooms, the atmosphere is intimate and welcoming.

    • It's worth noting that charming Hotel Bucintoro has a sister property in Florence: Golden Tower Hotel & Spa.

    Dining

    Enjoy breakfast each morning and drinks from the bar throughout the day, and for something more substantial you only have to walk a few minutes to find a variety of options. A few steps eastwards and you'll hit Via Garibaldi, a traditional area where you can take in an authentic Venetian atmosphere. Al Covo – just off  Riva degli Schiavoni – is a mere 4-minute walk away: family-owned since 1987 by a Florentine and a Texan couple, feast on Ventian delights such as baked fish and seafood pasta, and fried courgette flowers stuffed with buffalo ricotta and fresh mint. Slightly further westwards in San Marco is Vini Da Arturo, where the pork chop comes highly recommended. For cicchetti (small Tapas-style dishes), make your way to Bar All’ Arco or Cantine Del Vino Già Schiavi. And if you fancy something sweet, Boutique Del Gelato is the place for you.

    Accommodation

    Each nautical-themed room features dark wood panelling and flooring – polished until it gleams – and boasts wonderful views out to the water. Categories include the compact Classic and the interconnecting family option. Or why not plump for the capacious suite with a private terrace overlooking the lagoon and city – a particularly popular choice. Whichever you go for, en-suites are marble.

    Activities

    • Known as the City of Bridges (there are more than 400 in the archipelago), this is a unique place to visit. In-between ambling through the picturesque alleyways, there are a host of unmissable things to do: stroll along Riva degli Schiavoni and over the iconic Bridge of Sighs, visit Doge's Palace, and admire St Mark’s Basilica. Take to the water on a gondola ride through the maze of canals, or a boat trip along the Grand Canal.

    • What else? Cross Rialto Bridge, the connection between the San Marco and San Polo districts, check out Gallerie dell’Accademia, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and the Lido. And if you fancy a day trip, head to Burano Island where you’ll find an array of colourful houses.

    • Back in the Castello neighbourhood, there’s no shortage attractions: amble through the Biennale Gardens, people watch at Via Garibaldi (actually a filled-in canal), or cross over Ponte di Quintavalle to the island of San Pietro, home to Venice's first cathedral.

    Parking information

    Parking is not available.

    Wifi information

    Free Wi-fi is available.

    Places of Interest

    On Foot
    Via Giuseppe Garibaldi: 1 minute
    Riva degli Schiavoni: 3 minutes
    Biennale Gardens: 8 minutes
    St. Mark's Square: 11 minutes
    Doge's Palace: 11 minutes
    Bridge of Sighs: 12 minutes
    Rialto Bridge: 20 minutes
    Peggy Guggenheim Collection: 21 minutes (plus a ferry)
    Gallerie dell’Accademia: 27 minutes

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    Check in instructions

    Check-in from 15:00.

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    Check out instructions

    Check-out before 11:00.

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    No Show Policies

    In cases of No Show, 100% of the total stay will apply.

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    Hotel Safe
    Housekeeping
    Airport transfer
    Bar
    Breakfast
    24-hour Front Desk , Front Desk , Wi-fi/Internet , Air conditioning , Heating , Child friendly , Lift Access , Hotel Safe , Non Smoking Property , Luggage Room , Wheelchair access , Pets allowed , Room Service , Housekeeping , Laundry Service , Concierge , Newspapers , Airport transfer , Bar , Breakfast , Babysitting
    Additional fees may apply for certain facilities, amenities or activities.
  • Location keyboard_arrow_down
    Address

    Castello 2135/a, 30122 Venice, Italy

    How to get there?

    From Marco Polo Venice airportBy water: take a water taxi from the airport docks direct to the hotel in just under an hour. Or take the Alilaguna blue line motorboat that leaves from the docks and get off at the Arsenale stop – Hotel Bucintoro is just 150 metres from there.By shuttle: take the bus to Venice and get off at Piazzale Roma (the bus and car terminal). From there, take a water taxi to the hotel. Or take the public water shuttle (ACTV) line 1 via the Grand Canal, or line 4.1 via Canale della Giudecca – both stop 150 metres from the hotel.From Treviso Canova airportTake the shuttle bus to Venice and get off at Piazzale Roma. From there, continue as above.BY TRAINTake the ACTV water shuttle (line 1) towards San Marco/Lido, or line 41 towards Giudecca. Get off at Aresenale – Hotel Bucintoro is 150 metres to the right of the stop.BY CARPark in one of the garages in Piazzale Roma or Tronchetto (the island is to the right at the end of Libertà bridge). From Piazzale Roma, take the ACTV water shuttle (line 1) towards San Marco/Lido (about a 45-minute trip), or line 41 towards Giudecca (about 30 minutes). From Tronchetto, take line 2 towards Giudecca. Get off at the San Zaccaria stop and transfer to line 41. In either case, get off at Arsenale, then as above.

    Nearest airport

    Marco Polo Venice: 50 kilometres, 1 hour

    Treviso Canova: 70 kilometres, 1 hour 50 minutes

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Hotel Bucintoro

Castello 2135/a, 30122 Venice, Italy

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