In a quiet corner of Venice, just a few minutes from St. Mark's Square, the Hotel Campiello is strategically located, appreciated by those who want to easily tour the city on foot or using the ferry, departing from the nearby Riva degli Schiavoni dock.
How to reach us
From the Venice "Marco Polo" airport (town of Tessera) take the Alilaguna ferry to the hotel. It stops at at San Zaccaria and takes about one hour and ten minutes. The hotel is only 70 meters away from this stop. As an alternative, take the ACTV bus (line 5) or Atvo to Piazzale Roma where ferries 5.1, 1 or 2 will take you to San Zaccaria in about 40/45 minutes.
If you arrive in Venice by train, take ferry line 5.1, 1 or 2 from the Santa Lucia train station. All three ferries will take you to San Zaccaria in about 40/45 minutes.
Leave your car at one of the two parking lots in Piazzale Roma* or at the Tronchetto parking lot. Continue by ferry (line 2 from Tronchetto or line 5.1, 1 or 2 from Piazzale Roma). The ferry takes 45 minutes to reach San Zaccaria, just 70 meters from the hotel.
* You can receive a discount at the S. Marco or Tronchetto parking lot (variable according to the season) using the hotel coupon provided at check-out upon request.
TRANSFER BY WATER TAXI | The Hotel Campiello is easily reachable by water taxi from the airport, railway station or Piazzale Roma.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT | The Hotel Campiello is less than 100 meters from the San Zaccaria stop in Riva degli Schiavoni. Stop for the ACTV vaporetto no. 1, 2, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1 and 5.2, as well as the Alilaguna water shuttle (blue line).
MAP | Download the map in .pdf format.
Not to be missed
From the hotel, St. Mark's Square and all its wonders are just down the banks which, looking towards St. Mark's Basin and the magnificent Island of St. George, reveals the famous Bridge of Sighs and Gothic profiles of the Doge Palace, heart of the Venetian Republic. Once in St. Mark's Square, you are just a few steps away from the entrance to the extraordinary basilica or its bell tower, over one hundred meters high, granting you a breathtaking view of the entire city.
Just beyond this outdoor parlor, with its unique style and poetic atmosphere, the Mercerie lead to Rialto, with its colorfully boisterous market and erbaria, an ancient area with clubs overlooking the Grand Canal where you can try the typical Venetian cocktail, the spritz, and fish-based snacks, cicheti.
Tourists in Venice seeking art will find the Hotel Campiello an excellent starting point for their tour of the Biennale Gardens and Lido island where one of the most important film festivals is held each year: the famous International Film Festival.
Near the hotel and its apartments, the Sestiere di Castello evokes the feelings and flavors of days gone by, among calli and hidden corners where Venice's authentic heart still beats in ancient shops and inns that will surprise you with their good wine and local culinary delights.
And much more...
Venice is also Murano and its Lagoon islands, the expo areas at the Pinault and Guggenheim foundations, the Fenice theater and masterpieces housed at the Accademia and Correr Museum. Discover all this and ask for advice and tips from the Hotel Campiello staff!