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Leonardo Royal Hotel Venice Mestre

6 Via Ca' Marcello, 30172 Venice
10 minutes away from the Venice city centre
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Venice

A spellbinding combination of ancient waterways, awesome architecture and world-class art makes Venice unique. The ‘city of bridges’ encompasses more than 100 small islands clustered within a lagoon in Italy’s Adriatic Sea, and its warren of canals and back streets are charming. Daily life in Venice revolves around the Grand Canal and St Mark’s Square, gradually spreading out into a labyrinth of meandering alleyways. Such is the city’s compact size that central Venice hotels can be tricky to find. A more convenient solution is to head inland to Mestre, where you’ll find Leonardo Royal Venice Mestre hotel next to the railway station. The equally elegant cities of Padua, Treviso, Vicenza and Verona are just a short train ride away.

Get your bearings

Trips to Venice always involve travelling by water. Jump on a ‘vaporetto’ ferry across the Grand Canal by day or night and sit upfront to marvel at the exquisite waterside palazzos. Especially beautiful is Ca’ Rezzonico, a Baroque mansion with intricately painted ceilings. Crossing the Grand Canal is the Rialto Bridge, home to early morning shopping markets, and the quieter Giudecca canal is the perfect destination for a sunset spritz. St Mark’s Square is also best visited at dusk or dawn, allowing you to appreciate the towering Campanile, the Gothic splendour of the Doge’s Palace, and the glorious gold exterior of St Mark’s Basilica.

Don’t miss

In Venice, art is everywhere. The university district of Dorsoduro and the Punta della Dogana showcase Venice’s contemporary art scene, and every May to November the world-famous Biennale celebrates avant-garde art and architecture. For the biggest names in modern art, including work by Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí, head to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and for an appreciation of Venetian art, see paintings by Canaletto and Titian at the impressive Galleria dell’Accademia. 

While you’re there

Pop into a Venetian ‘bacari’ bar for drinks and tapas-style ‘cicchetti’, and finish your Venice vacation with a visit to La Fenice. Verdi premiered Rigoletto and La Traviata at this 18th-century institution, and Stravinsky and Prokofiev composed here. If you’re unable to attend an opera, tour the theatre with an audio guide instead.

A spellbinding combination of ancient waterways, awesome architecture and world-class art makes Venice unique. The ‘city of bridges’ encompasses more than 100 small islands clustered within a lagoon in Italy’s Adriatic Sea, and its warren of canals and back streets are charming. Daily life in Venice revolves around the Grand Canal and St Mark’s Square, gradually spreading out into a labyrinth of meandering alleyways. Such is the city’s compact size that central Venice hotels can be tricky to find. A more convenient solution is to head inland to Mestre, where you’ll find Leonardo Royal Venice Mestre hotel next to the railway station. The equally elegant cities of Padua, Treviso, Vicenza and Verona are just a short train ride away.

Get your bearings

Trips to Venice always involve travelling by water. Jump on a ‘vaporetto’ ferry across the Grand Canal by day or night and sit upfront to marvel at the exquisite waterside palazzos. Especially beautiful is Ca’ Rezzonico, a Baroque mansion with intricately painted ceilings. Crossing the Grand Canal is the Rialto Bridge, home to early morning shopping markets, and the quieter Giudecca canal is the perfect destination for a sunset spritz. St Mark’s Square is also best visited at dusk or dawn, allowing you to appreciate the towering Campanile, the Gothic splendour of the Doge’s Palace, and the glorious gold exterior of St Mark’s Basilica.

Don’t miss

In Venice, art is everywhere. The university district of Dorsoduro and the Punta della Dogana showcase Venice’s contemporary art scene, and every May to November the world-famous Biennale celebrates avant-garde art and architecture. For the biggest names in modern art, including work by Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí, head to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and for an appreciation of Venetian art, see paintings by Canaletto and Titian at the impressive Galleria dell’Accademia. 

While you’re there

Pop into a Venetian ‘bacari’ bar for drinks and tapas-style ‘cicchetti’, and finish your Venice vacation with a visit to La Fenice. Verdi premiered Rigoletto and La Traviata at this 18th-century institution, and Stravinsky and Prokofiev composed here. If you’re unable to attend an opera, tour the theatre with an audio guide instead.