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ACTV, Venice's transit authority, opened a new T1 tram line between Mestre and Venice's Piazzale Roma in September, 2015. (An older line, the T2, runs on a different route within Mestre and surrounding areas.)
A hotel along the T1 tram route is worth considering if you're traveling by car, because you can park your car in Mestre, jump on the tram, and reach Venice in 15 minutes or so. (Parking in Mestre is much cheaper than in Venice, and many of the hotels on this page offer free parking.)
Most of the hotels on this page are along the eastern half of the T1 tram line (the red line between and on this map. You may need to walk two or three blocks from your hotel to the nearest stop.
Trams run about every ten minutes from early morning until late evening. You can buy ACTV tram/bus tickets at tobacconists, newsstand, and most hotel reception desks. (Be sure to validate your ticket by holding it against the electronic reader after boarding.)
When you've clicked through to a hotel page from the listings below, click the "Check location" mini-map below the search box to see the hotel's exact location.
Elite Hotel Residence ****
Modest travelers might be turned off by the glass-walled baths in some rooms, but others will appreciate this 85-room hotel's wide choice of room types (including mini-apartments). The full-service hotel offers free Wi-Fi, , a well-equipped fitness room, and a bar-restaurant on the premises.
Hotel Alexander ****
and free Wi-Fi are standard at this hotel, which also has a bar and restaurant. Children under 8 stay free (if no extra bed is needed), and connecting double rooms are available.
This 51-room hotel has a bland modern exterior, but if offers a number of appealing amenities, including a bar, free Internet access (both wired and Wi-Fi), and .
San Carlo ***
The San Carlo has 27 rooms, , and free Wi-Fi. (Pets stay free, too.) A tram stop is close to the hotel, and you can buy tickets at the reception desk.
Ca' dei Baricoli ***
This hotel has 14 rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby, and you can park your car on the premises for a fee. The Viale San Marco and the T1 tram line are only a few blocks away.
San Giuliano ***
The 55-room San Giuliano is directly across a canal from a newly-gentrified area of Mestre with marinas, offices, and a convention center. Unlike some of its competitors, it offers triples and quads in addition to the usual single and double rooms, and Wi-Fi is free. (No parking is available, so skip this hotel if you're traveling by car.)
Hotel Guidi **
The Guidi is close to a T1 tram stop, and it's next to a small canal. The two-star hotel has 17 single, double, triple, and quad rooms with free Wi-Fi, and Booking.com's guest surveys have elicited praise for the friendly staff. Parking is available for a fee.
Hotel Delle Rose **
This two-star hotel has 26 rooms, a patio where breakfast is served in good weather, and free Wi-Fi. Parking is available for a fee.
This B&B is housed in a traditional villa. It has 10 rooms, free Wi-Fi, and . The villa is located slightly north of Piazzale Cialdini, the hub of Mestre's two tram lines. (When you catch the tram, be sure to board the T1 to Piazzale Roma.)
The Giada is tiny--it has only three rooms--but a shared kitchen is available, and so is .
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