Venice Hotels with Parking
If you'd rather not park in a remote garage or lot, this article will
point you in the right direction.
ABOVE: The three-star
in Mestre has a locked parking area behind the building. Parking is free for
If you're arriving in Venice
with a car, you have four choices:
Park in a remote lot or garage, such as the parking
island of Tronchetto (see
our Parking in Venice article), and
haul your luggage to a hotel in the car-free historic center, or....
Stay on the car-friendly Venetian mainland (preferably
in Mestre or Marghera), where you can
commute into the city by
tram, or city bus; or...
Take a No. 17 car
ferry to Venice's island beach resort, the Lido
di Venezia, where cars are allowed and many hotels offer parking.
(From the Lido, you can easily catch a vaporetto or water bus
into the historic center of Venice.
a B&B on the Piazzale Roma at the edge of
Venice's historic center. (Caveat: Ca' Doge has only six rooms, and the
price of parking was €30 a day when we last checked. A charging station
for electric cars is on the premises.)
Assuming that you want to be near your car (and don't want
to pay a fortune for parking), you'll probably be interested in our
If you're annoyed by parking fees, look for the words "free parking"
in our hotel descriptions.
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