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Historic Hotels in Venice
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The rich history of Venice is well known so consider a visit to the stunning cathedral, especially if you're a history buff. And while you're here, you can check out the fascinating museums and acclaimed art scene. And also relish a stop at the charming cafes in this romantic area.
Venice is home to 3792 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 384 hotels designated as historic or close to historic sites.
Venice is notable for its cathedral and monuments, and landmarks include Rialto Bridge, St Mark's Campanile, and St. Mark's Basilica. Known for its museums and art, cultural venues include Correr Civic Museum, La Fenice Opera House, and Punta della Dogana. St. Mark's Square is another popular sight to explore.
When you book a historic hotel, you'll spend a night or two in a place that has an official historic designation. A palace, castle, stately home or even a lodge, pub, or skyscraper can be turned into a historic hotel provided that it's a place of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features can be admired in the public spaces and guestrooms of such hotels in Venice, giving a sense of history.
You'll often hear the term "heritage hotel" in Asia and Europe, while "historic hotel" is a term often used in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and actual building of historic hotels are generally the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, mainly, it's cultural value as well as how it inspired the community.
Yes. Every effort is made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades, but interiors include modern conveniences and safety features. Guests should expect the popular amenities you'd find in a hotel such as private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, WiFi, and more. In Venice, booking a historic hotel doesn't mean you will stay in a place that's uncomfortable for guests or simply rundown.