Spend the night from 12 € in Venice

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A&O Venice Mestre Opens on 01.08.2017
2,2 km from city centre
A&O is opening in Venice in summer 2017: book your budget accommodation now at the discounted opening price! Be one of the first guests! Free Wi-Fi!
24h service Hotel bar Tickets Wi-Fi / Internet Lounge TV Parking

single-/double room 24 €

dorm rooms 12 €

Venedig

A&O Hotel and Hostel Venice

Venice Carnival, Venetian architecture, gondola rides and a taste of Italian life

Visit our A&O Hotel Venice Mestre. Nowhere allows you to enjoy the great Italian way of life as much as a holiday in Venice. Be it last-minute or long-planned, you're sure to find the perfect accommodation for your trip to Venice in our hotel and hostel. The weather in Venice is mild, its residents sun-kissed. So it's no surprise that hundreds of thousands of people visit the Venice Carnival every year, with its masks, shows and fireworks. 

Let us help you find your low-cost hotel or hostel in Venice and book a private or shared room, or choose a different room category to suit you and your budget. Whether you're coming to the city to attend the Venice Biennale or Venice Carnival, visit an operetta or other event, we'll be happy to accommodate you! Considerably cheaper than a remote holiday apartment or guest house in Venice and more comfortable than a youth hostel, A&O also provides its guests with breakfast, a map of the city, advice about attractions and a 24/7 lobby bar. 

It's really worth taking a trip to Venice, because once you've been drawn into the island city there's no turning back from the romantic gondolas on the Grand Canal, the majestic Doge's Palace or Rialto Bridge! The water surrounding the famous city is full of Venetian flair and a touch of luxury.

A&O HOTEL and HOSTEL Venice Mestre – Venice attractions

At the heart of Venice is Piazza San Marco (St Mark's Square), probably the most famous and elegant square in Europe. Surrounded by buildings of inestimable value, the square encompasses the impressive campanile, Basilica, Doge's Palace and clock tower. Here, fans of Thomas Mann's book, "Death in Venice" can walk in the footsteps of the author and his characters.
When you think of Venice and Italy, you naturally think of the Espresso coffee culture! There are a number of historic cafés close to our Venice hostel and around St Mark's Square. The most famous is the unmistakable Café Florian, which opened in 1720 and is one of Italy's oldest cafés. 
The area surrounding Venice is also home to many attractions, such as the Islands of Burano, famous for its lace-making, and Murano, known for its glass art. Pellestrina, with its sand dunes and sea view (well-known to insiders  from the Donna Leon screen adaptations), is a visual delight and a great place to relax and unwind.