Hotel Belle Arti Venezia is perfectly located in the Dorsoduro district...
...of Venice between the Zattere and Grand Canal, off the beaten track but only minutes from the enchanting Piazza San Marco and opposite to the Accademia Belle Arte. Home to artists, writers, and designers, our 3 star hotel is easily reached from all arrival points in Venice making the Hotel Belle Arti the ideal place from which to explore this amazing floating city.
Across from the Hotel Belle Arti you will find Galleria dell’Accademia Belle Arti housing one of the most important collections of art in the world. On offer are works from Bellini, Tintoretto and Titian.
Also in the immediate vicinity you will find the Peggy Guggenheim Museum located in her former home, it hosts the most important European and American art collection in Italy of the first half of the 20th century and temporary exhibitions.
Weaving your way through the alleyways you will come to Santa Maria della Salute, a church built in 1630 to give thanks to the Virgin Mary for stopping a plague that killed over 150,000 Venetians. This amazing church combines domes inspired by Rome’s St.Peter’s Basilica and Byzantine architecture. Every 21st November a pontoon bridge is laid over the Grand Canal from San Marco to the church. Venetians walk across to give thanks to Mary and Gondoliers bring their oars to be blessed.
The easiest way to reach Hotel Belle Arti Venezia is to book a private water taxi through our hotel. Please let us know when booking.
From the airport : take the shuttle bus Alilaguna to Zattere station.
From Piazzale Roma or Santa Lucia railway station : take either Vaporetto line 1 or 2 to Accademia station.
From Tronchetto Car Park : Vaporetto line 2 to Zattere station.
We are located at : Sestiere Dorsoduro, 912, 30123 Venezia
Please print off our map above to help you find your way to Hotel Belle Arti.
Hotel Belle Arti Venice is a family friendly hotel offering a babysitting service and non-smoking rooms.
Across the wooden Accademia bridge you will find St Mark’s square with the enchanting Basilica containing 13th century Byzantine and sparkling 16th century renaissance mosaics.
Inside this famous piazza you can also indulge in the famous pastime of feeding the pigeons.