Visiting Venice without spending a fortune is a great opportunity. In order to help to make this dream come true, we selected for you several cheap accommodations in Venice.
They are the “Religious Guesthouses”, which are hotel-like accommodations run by the representatives of the several catholic religious orders in Venice.
These so cheap accommodation are located at the most important areas of Florence and even next to most central attraction (as i.e. Piazza S. Marco) . They offer value-for-money hospitality to individual, students, families and groups wishing to enjoy the visit of the Doge’s Palace, the Venetian Arsenal, the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello and of all the other main highlights of Venice.
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The “Casa Sant’Andrea” former monastery, built in 16th century and modified in the 18th century, now is an elegant Venetian palace returned to former glory after a long and careful restoration.
Overlooking the canal of Santa Chiara, a short walk from Piazzale Roma and close to the railway station Santa Lucia, is easily accessible from Marco Polo airport and from the highway exit. The house is also very close to the Cruise Terminal.
Essential in services, but treated in details, it offers elegant interiors, light and spacious rooms, furnished in a modern and comfortable style. In general, the atmosphere gives to guests the typical charm of historic residences.
Casa Sant’Andrea, for its structure is designed to offer hospitality to groups, families, but also to individual guests. Special conditions are applied for groups from Monday to Thursday.
Casa Sant’Andrea provides an adequate and varied breakfast included in the price in a dedicated room within the house. The WiFi connection is present in the entire house free of charge.
For conferences and seminars, the House has an important meeting room, with decorated walls, antique stucco ceiling and exposed beams, that can accommodate up to 50 people. Near the house there are paid parkings both in Piazzale Roma (2 minutes far by walk) and in Tronchetto island, connected by the “People Mover”, an electric train that connects also the Marittima Station (Cruise Terminal) to Piazzale Roma.
Casa Cardinal Piazza, housed in two renowned Venetian patrician Contarini-Minelli’s palaces, offers to individuals and organized groups a familiar welcome for short stays in Venice, to experience moments of Christian spirituality and to visit the wonderful and numerous Churches, the splendid palaces and art museums of which the city of Venice is particularly rich.
There are 24 rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning and Wi-Fi service, chapel, library, conference rooms of different sizes and capacities, accessibility for the elderly and disabled, heating, green space, religious assistance and daily Holy Mass.
the Patronato Salesiano Leone XIII is located in the Sestiere di Castello (S.Elena isle), near S.Marco Square (10 minutes walking).
You can reach the House from the Saint Lucia Train Station or From Piazzale Roma, taking (from Via Canal Grande) the line 1 or 82 for 50 minutes crossing “Canale della Giudecca” or a fasters line (always from the station) 41 or 51 or 61 (from Via Canal Grande)
In a atmosphere of far away times, you can find a place of meeting for culture and hospitality in a ancient monastery, restaured with the most advanced technology
The Cultural Centre Don Orione gives hospitality to groups, single persons, families, offering the possibility of staying in a quiet and peaceful place in the historical centre of Venice.
It can offer 62 rooms, single, double, triple and quadruple, each with its bathroom, direct telephone and air conditioned.
The offered service is bed and breakfast, but it is possible to have lunches or dinners in the adjacent Restaurant San Trovaso with garden.
The institute Ciliota (born in the 1845), belongs to an ex monastery of the Agostinianes, suppressed by Napoleone in 1806 and founded by the Patriarch Card. Maffeo Girardi in the 1488.
The Domus Ciliota is located in the historical center of Venice, at few minutes from S.Marco’s Square, among Campo S. Samuele, Palazzo Grassi and Campo Santo Stefano.
The structure can accomodate young people, university and tourists.
It it has been completely restructured in 1999 and now have 51 rooms on three floors for a total of 72 places bed. Each room is modernly furnished, and’ endowed with bath with shower, telephone, °TV sat, conditioned air and refrigerator-cafe. The Domus has a church inside and salt equipped for conferences, elevator, automatic machine for coffee and snack.
Located in the optimal zone for the arrival in Venice, near Piazzale Roma and not far from the only railway station in the city: Saint Lucia.
This is a peaceful place to spend a holiday of peace and spirituality, due also to the presence of a large chapel with religious services. Continue reading
Located in the center of Venice, near St. Marco, the guests are welcomed
in a comfortable atmosphere to create a nice family community. The intent of the House is to offer guests the possibility of a different experience, an experience of fraternity, of listening, of attention, in a particular context and challenging for all the beauty that the city of Venice Continue reading