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With its iconic canals and so many cultural attractions to admire, Venice is one of the top cities to visit in Europe. To help you stick within your travel budget and get a feel for Venice’s neighborhood, you might consider staying in a local apartment, house, or unique space through Airbnb. Here are some of the best Venice Airbnbs to choose from as you plan your trip.
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This entire stylish apartment can be yours when you book it on Airbnb for your stay in Venice. Two guests can stay in this one-bedroom space that’s on the third floor of an 18th-century building. It’s a romantic getaway spot with a kitchen that has a microwave, dishwasher, espresso machine, toaster, and kettle. The host provides guests with towels, sheets, blankets, soap and shampoo, a hairdryer, an iron, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and heat. The normal check-in time is between 3pm and 7pm. Stay here for a convenient location near Rialto and to be in a central spot that’s easy to walk to most places.
You can also book this private room in an apartment on Airbnb for your Venice trip for up to two guests. The host follows strict cleaning guidelines for your safety, and the space offers lovely canal views. You can actually watch gondolas pass by your window here! The room is spacious and has various amenities, including Wi-Fi, a TV, towels, hairdryer, soaps, and use of the hall area with a coffee machine. When you stay here, you’ll be between Rialto and San Marco, which means you’ll have very easy access to all the top sightseeing spots, restaurants, shops, and public transportation options.
For a truly unique stay in Venice, consider this Airbnb property that’s full of history. You’ll have your own separate entrance from the rest of the villa in the historic Chapel of Villa Volpi for up to six guests here. The rental includes three bedrooms and two baths. Inside you’ll find huge chandeliers, marble bathrooms, comfortable mattresses, and a split-level loft set up with lots of character. The villa is in a park and crossed by the River Dese. Read the Airbnb listing or ask the host about the history of this place. Your stay here includes Wi-Fi, a smart TV, air conditioning, linens and towels, and private parking at the property.
This ultra-clean and modern apartment accommodates four guests and has two bedrooms and two baths. It’s just two steps from St. Mark Square in the heart of Venice. The completely renovated space is equipped with all the comforts of home, including a small but fully equipped kitchen. You’ll look out at a Venetian canal and have unlimited Wi-Fi, air conditioning and heating here too. The apartment is on the ground floor in a historic Venetian palace and has a wonderful location for exploring the city and watching the boats pass by.
Canal views are also a highlight of this Airbnb apartment, which sleeps six people and has two bedrooms and two baths. It’s a spacious apartment on the main floor of Palazzo Vendramin Costa and features a romantic balcony on the Rio di Noale Canal. Inside the space, you’ll find a spacious living room with couches and a dining room table for eight people. The kitchen has an oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, and induction hob. Each of the bedrooms has a queen-size bed and a single bed. You’ll love the location and the unique design of this place when you call it your home base for exploring Venice.
Up to four people can stay in this Venice apartment that has one bedroom and one bath in a central area of the city. It is 10 minutes walking distance from Piazza San Marco and three minutes from Accademia Bridge. The house is near Ponte Dell’Accademia and has its own private entrance for this rental space. Guests are provided with toiletries, coffee and tea, and a Bellini welcome cocktail. It’s an affordable way to see the sights and access the ferry to many parts of the city.
Travelers in Venice love this apartment for rent on Airbnb that has many 15th century touches and is a five-minute walk from the Piazzale Roma. It has two bedrooms with double beds, an equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, and a private courtyard. The house has Wi-Fi, a smart TV, heating, and air conditioning for guests as well. When you stay here, you’ll be a 10-minute walk from the railway. Come here to be in a quiet residential neighborhood that’s far enough from the tourist scene to be peaceful, yet close enough to be walkable to attractions.
With one bedroom and one bath, this apartment for rent on Airbnb is another top choice in Venice. It’s a Venetian-style apartment with windows facing out to the Frari Square and that’s well equipped with a kitchen, Wi-Fi, laundry, and bathroom. It’s in the center of Venice and close to trains and buses. Solo travelers, couples, business travelers, families with kids, and vacationers with pets can all stay here. There are two single beds in the bedroom and a small double-size bed in the common area for sleeping arrangements.
Enjoy your very own rooftop terrace when you book this Airbnb property in Venice for up to eight travelers. It has three bedrooms, five beds, and two baths in a typical Venetian townhouse that’s split into three levels. The terrace overlooks the Church of Santo Stefano in the San Marco area. It’s in the heart of the city and great for family trips. Included with your stay are Wi-Fi, a 32-inch TV, linens, towels, and air conditioning. For sleeping, you’ll find king-size beds in two of the bedrooms and two single beds in the third bedroom. Guests love being in walking distance to everything when they stay here.
Another affordable private room option in Venice is this Airbnb property for up to two guests. It has a large private bathroom and is a minute from San Marco Square in the heart of Venice. You’ll have a view of St. Mark Basilica and easy access to transportation here. The Rialto Bridge is a five-minute walk away. The space is newly renovated, charming, and cozy. It’s on the third floor with elevator access, but there is no guest access to the kitchen.
Here’s an apartment on a small street with a private courtyard that’s a good distance away from the tourist scene for an authentic Venice experience. It’s in a 17th-century convent that was converted into apartments in a typical Venetian style. Guests can use the kitchen, bathroom, lounge, courtyard, and terrace. The host is an artist who will be happy to talk about art and architecture with you over a glass of wine. There is a resident cat that lives on the property. The bathroom is shared, and the sleeping accommodations are a double-size bed and sofa bed.
To be just two minutes from the Rialto Bridge and five minutes from Piazza San Marco, you can stay in this modern studio apartment on the third floor. This Airbnb has a kitchenette, bathroom with shower, king-size bed, and double-size bed. It’s best suited for two guests and requires climbing about 65 steps to access it. So, pack light so you don’t have to haul too much luggage up to the third floor. You can cook your own meals when you stay here because pans, plates, and cutlery are all provided.
Couples enjoy staying at this Venice apartment on the second floor with views of the largest canal in Venice. It has a new kitchen and new wood flooring. It’s in the Dorsoduro area and near museums, restaurants, bars, and churches. Stay here to be right on the Zattere with epic views. The rental includes toiletries, internet, a smart TV, and a small but well-equipped kitchen. The host here also provides towels, sheets, coffee and tea-making supplies, a microwave, toaster, and induction hob. The bedroom here has a queen-size bed. This is another good place to be for a quiet neighborhood that’s still relatively close to city attractions.
A group of up to six people can stay here and use the two bedrooms and two baths to enjoy Venice. It has two floors – the first with a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and living area, and then the second with a bedroom and bathroom. This is a family-friendly Airbnb option because a crib with linens and a baby stroller are available upon request and for additional fees. The sleeping arrangements are a double bed, two single beds, and a sofa bed. Guests have access to all areas of the apartment.
The last apartment Airbnb that we’ll highlight here is this Venice option for up to four guests. It has original antiques and a vintage vibe in the Cannaregio district and is near some of the best seafood restaurants in the city. The apartment is on the second floor and has large windows to let the natural light in. It offers Wi-Fi, heating, and air conditioning, as well as provided sheets and towels. It’s also easy to get to restaurants, supermarkets, and bars from this apartment. For example, the Strada Nuova shops and markets are just five minutes away.