Hotel Ca' Fortuny

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Calle della Mandola 3752, Venice, 30124, Italy
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Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by romancandle

Dear VT-ers,

My boyfriend and I will be in Venice from 7-9th June for two days and want to stay somewhere moderately nice, but still affordable! Our budget is $100 per night, tops. We would like to stay in Venice itself, and of course would like a good location, though not necessarily super touristy! We are going to be traveling with others, and wouldn't mind staying at an apartment, but will any one give us an apartment for only two days?

Any suggestions would be most welcome. Thanks!


Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by leics

See my reply for Bologna re (which does list some apartments and b&bs as well) and

I stayed at the Locanda Marinella (booked through venere):

which I found perfectly acceptable and within easy walking distance of both the train/bus station and the city itself.

Venice is small (only an hour or so to cross on foot) and very walkable indeed, so where you are based is pretty irrelevant as long as it is within the city itself.

I'm not sure whether you will find apartments for just 2 days at that time of year, but hopefully other VT-ers will be able to advise.

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by hawkhead

I doubt very much if you will be able to find an apartment for a)$100 per night and b) fir just two nights. Most rentals are for a minimum of three nights. In any case, two/three nights in an apartment is not going to be any cheaper than a hotel/hostel for that length of time.

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by domenicococozza

If your budget is $100.00 between you ( 72 Euros approximately)you will be very hard pushed to find anything on the island of Venice. At best you may find a hostel that can accommodate you.
Most 3 star accommodation on the island starts at around $65.00 per night, per person on bed and breakfast basis.

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by Jawnuta

we just booked apartment for only 3 days. I think Venetians are used to people staying there for only few days.
See my Venetia Tips for website to book an apartment. After long internet research I finally found really good website.

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by whoooosh

you can try

it's a quaint BnB just 10 minutes away from st mark's square by foot (at arsenale vaporetto stop). i stayed there in august last year and we paid 26euros per person for 3 of us so it should be a bit less for 2 people. the place is really clean and breakfast is included.

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by leics

You seem to have obtained a truly exceptional deal, given the rates shown on the b&b website:

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by whoooosh

we booked the bnb on hostelworld.. maybe you can check it out to see the exact price?

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by leics

Hostelworld gives 47.50 euro per person for that b&b on the OPs dates. 2 nights total for 2 people = 190 euro.

Perhaps you found a particularly special deal there for some reason?

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by whoooosh

haha nope it was just the price listed on the website. perhaps the reason why we got to stay there for such a good price was cos we were one of the first guests (there were only 2 reviews on hostelworld at that time but now i see there are 20!)

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by leics

That explains it then...first guests = special prices.

They soon learned, obviously!

Re: Venice in 48 Hours, On a Budget!

by elton.fiorucci


maybe this is what you are looking for.

The apartment is nice, clean and really near to Rialto Bridge.

Travel Tips for Venice

Cruise Ships Visit Venice

by Mikebb

Most people arrive in Venice by plane, train, bus or car and never give thought to cruise boat. As Venice is built on many small islands and for many centuries was known for its naval fleet, it is to be expected that cruise boats will frequent this city. On our way to Murano Island we saw the Cruise boats and again whilst walking around the city we came across several boats.


by MaheshSamtani

Much has been said about the RIALTO bridge in Venice you can read, imagine but nothing to beat the real experience of passing under it, climbing its stairways, shopping in the many stores that it holds, the different colours and expressions at different times of the day, really fantastic.

Basilica of San Marco:...

by AndreasK

Basilica of San Marco: Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance are the principal reference points for the artistic development of Venice. The Byzantine style characterized the first centuries of the city. Marbles and columns arrived from the Middle East at the lagoon city, where projects for the construction of the first great buildings were directed by masters from the East and from Ravenna. The Basilica is a masterpiece of Romanesque-Byzantine style. The first patron saint of Venice was St. Teodoro. In 828 St. Mark the Evangelist substituted him when two merchants smuggled his mortal remains back from Alessandria, Egypt. St. Mark's remains were initially buried in a chapel; then a church was built which evolved into St. Mark's Basilica.


by sim1

Aaah.... the vaparetto to Burano.... I don't want to show you any pics of Burano in these general tips. Those photos are all in the 'off the beaten path' section. Hmmm, but the boatride is wonderful, and Burano.... just breathtaking! The colours of this place will amaze you.

Gondola rides or a boat to get to work?

by Kodi01

The Italians get through the city in their gondolas and boats to get to work or by foot.

This is very popular with tourist also to ride the canal by gondolas.

I think gondola rides in the canal is very romantic, maybe next time I go there, I will get that chance.


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Address: Calle della Mandola 3752, Venice, 30124, Italy