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The streets just to the north of the Piazza San Marco are packed with shops, restaurants, and three- and four-star hotels. The area is busy even after dark, when locals and tourists go window-shopping.
Moderately expensive hotels
The beautifully situated é. Accommodations range from single rooms to junior suites.(4 stars) overlooks a fleet of gondolas on the Basino Orseolo, immediately behind the Piazza San Marco's northwestern corner and a few doors from Venice's Hard Rock Caf
At the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco, the(4 stars) offers single and double rooms, some overlooking St. Mark's Basilica. (Click the thumbnail at right for a larger image; the Concordia is at the top left of the photo.)
Is a four-star hotel beyond your budget? Try one of these moderately-priced properties:
The(3 stars, photo at left) is just off the Piazza San Marco on the Calle dei Fabbri, a lively shopping street.
(3 stars) is on a tiny square named the Campo San Gallo, a short block north of the archway near the Piazza San Marco's northwestern corner. Rooms range from singles to quads.
Alternatives within walking distance
If you're willing to walk a greater distance from the Piazza San Marco, the following hotels may be of interest. These hotels are roughly midway between the piazza and the Rialto vaporetto stop near the Rialto Bridge. It shouldn't take you much more than 10 minutes on foot to reach any of them, provided you don't get lost:
4 stars or equivalent: Acqua Palace, Bonvecchiati, Ai Reali, Residence Corte Grimani
3 stars or equivalent: Albergo San Marco, Al Gazzettino, Antico Panada, Canaletto, San Zulian
1 star: Caneva
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