Marghera hotels near the train station
From: Venice Mestre & Marghera
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ABOVE: A pedestrian and bicycle tunnel runs under
the railroad tracks that divide Mestre from the residential district of Marghera.
(The tunnel also connects the train station's platforms.)
suburb" of Marghera
lies directly next to Mestre, on the south side of the Venezia-Mestre railroad
station and the train tracks. (It should not be confused with the Marghera
Marghera is quiet, pleasant, and a good choice if you prefer
hotels in residential areas. On this page, we've featured Marghera hotels that
are within reasonable walking distance of the railroad station. (Marghera also
has public buses to Venice; you can get timetables and buy tickets from your
hotel's reception desk.)
When you've clicked through to a hotel page, click the
"Check location" mini-map below the search box to see the hotel's exact
- We've identified hotels that offer parking (including
highlighted in red). Traffic is even lighter in Marghera than in Mestre, so
it's a convenient location if you're traveling with a car.
This modern 64-room hotel is close to the Venezia Mestre
train station. (It's also on a bus line.) Amenities include a restaurant and
bar, on-site pay parking, and free Wi-Fi.
Intimacy is the watchword at this Art Nouveau villa on the
Via Rizzardi, not far from the stazione. The villa has only seven rooms
(all with complimentary Wi-Fi), plus
free parking on the premises.
The Autoespresso's setting isn't beautiful (it's on a
busy road), but the hotel enjoys high ratings and offers secure
free parking to
guests who reserve in advance via the booking form. Buses run frequently to
Venice, and a restaurant is close by.
Villa Serena ***
With 22 rooms, a garden, and secure
free parking for cars and bicycles
(reserve ahead with the booking form), the Villa Serena is understandably
popular with guests. You can walk to the railroad station if you're in the mood
for exercise, or you can catch a bus to Venice near the hotel. Free Wi-Fi is
available in the lobby.
The two-star Martello is a longer walk from the train station
than some of our recommended hotels in Marghera, but it's fairly close to a bus
stop. Wi-Fi is free in public areas and all 15 guestrooms.
Hotels on the T1 tram line to Venice