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Venice Bed and Breakfasts (3-star)

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Historic Center: 3-Star B&B

The Bed and Breakfast Accademia (not to be confused with the Pensione Accademia Villa Maravege) is in Dorsoduro, near the Accademia Bridge and the Salute Church.

Al Campaniel
Rates for doubles and triples are quite reasonable at this B&B, which opened in 1999. The house is located in a pleasant neighborhood close to the San Tom� vaporetto stop on the Grand Canal.

Allogi Marinella
This bed and breakfast is close to the Piazzale Roma, which makes it handy if you have an early flight and need to catch the airport bus or a taxi. (It's also within walking distance of the cruise terminal if you aren't hauling too much luggage.) Rooms include singles, doubles, and triples.

Ca' del Campo
Choose from 1-, 2-, or 3-person rooms at the Ca' Del Campo, which is near the Piazza San Marco. You can check your e-mail or surf the Web on the Internet terminal.

Corte Campana
St. Mark's Square and the Basilica are about 100 meters from this bed and breakfast in the Calle del Remedio. The larger doubles will accommodate 3 to 4 guests in a pinch.

Gli Angeli
Rooms at this B&B in Castello overlook a campo or a garden courtyard. You can walk to the Doge's Palace and the Piazza San Marco along the waterfront, and the Biennale grounds are just 50 meters away. In addition to double rooms, Gli Angeli offers a four-person apartment at a price that's extremely reasonable for the location.

Il Giardino di Giulia
You needn't worry about finding this bed and breakfast in Santa Croce: The proprietor will meet you and walk you there. The Giardino has just one large twin room, which was renovated in 2000 and includes both a private bath and a kitchenette.

Locanda Ducale
The Ducale is a little pricier than most of our booking partner's B&B listings, but it's conveniently located in the shopping area between the Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge.

Residenza Al Pozzo
Talking about "the real Venice" may be a clich�, but the Campo San Polo--where the Residenza Al Pozzo is located--is less touristy than many areas of the city. Rates are reasonable at this B&B, especially if you're willing to share a bath.

S. Marco
Rates are quite moderate at this bed and breakfast in Castello, where two rooms share facilities and one has a private bath.

Lido: 3-Star B&Bs

Villa Angelica (Lido)
If you want to stay near the beach or are arriving by car, this Liberty-style villa is worth a look. Its single, double, and triple rooms are air-conditioned and have private bathrooms.

Villa Casanova
It's a fairly short walk to the vaporetto stop from this refurbished B&B on the Lagoon side of the Lido. Rooms include doubles, triples, and quads, all arranged and decorated according to Feng Shui principles to assure "balance and harmony."

Villa Gabriella
A seafront terrace overlooks the Adriatic at the Villa Gabriella, which occupies a villa built in 1907. Singles, doubles, and 2- to 4-person suites are available.

Historic Center: Unrated B&B Apartment

Apartment Sansoni
Food for your first day's breakfast is included in the rates at this 1- to 4-person apartment in the San Polo district, midway between the Campo San Polo and the Rialto Bridge. (If you're interested in an apartment, you'll also want to check our booking partner's self-catering vacation rentals and townhouse suites pages.)

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