Hotel Michelangelo Venice Italy is a four star hotel in Mestre, popular with both business and leisure travelers.
Nearby to the hotel, you can find the main motorways in Veneto region, as well as transportation to the Marco Polo airport and the historical city center of Venice.
PHOTO: Facade of the Hotel Michelangelo in Venice – Mestre.
Unlike most Venetian hotels in this star class category, the location of the hotel is more relaxed, peaceful, and tranquil, ideal for taking a breather after a day sightseeing and enjoying the social and cultural life in Venice.
As for guestrooms, there is a total of 50 rooms for you to choose from, combining modern sophistication to traditional Venetian charm and luxury.
Some of the details in the rooms include elegant furnishings, rosewood furniture, individually controlled air conditioning, cable and satellite TV (with SKY channels), minibar, telephone, and WiFi broadband internet.
To make your stay even more enjoyable, the hotel has a pillows list available, for a good night sleep.
The best rooms at the hotel are executive rooms and suites, with luxurious features such as hydro massage tubs, showers with extra large showerheads (rain spray system), and DVD player with LCD TV.
For executive needs, the hotel also features four meeting rooms, suitable for small events, meetings, buffets, and cocktails.
Other available services range from an internet point (useful if you don’t bring your laptop with you), to photocopying, laundry service, and shuttle service (on request).
Nearby, you are close to the center of Mestre and its pedestrian areas. To navigate both Mestre and Venice, the hotel has free free maps.
To get to the historical center of Venice, Hotel Michelangelo has free parking, bus connections nearby, with the motorways and Mestre railway station within easy reach.
Via Forte Marghera n° 69
30173 Venezia Mestre (VE)
After touring Venice, you’ll find the hotel’s charming garden a relaxing environment to have an afternoon drink.
The hotel is popular base for many Venetian events, including Venice Carnival (February), The Vagalonga (May), Redentore (July), Regata Storica (September), and Venice Marathon (October).