Quattro Fontane Hotel Venice

Quattro Fontane Hotel Venice is located within Venice-Lido, in an historic building, with extensive gardens, and just 5 minutes walk from the nearest beach.

The hotel has an idyllic setting, nestled within floral gardens, featuring a wide range of original Venetian features such as wood-beamed ceilings and a range of sculptures.

Quattro Fontane Hotel Venice Italy

PHOTO: A guest room at the hotel.

On the same site where the current Albergo Quattro Fontane is now located, there once was, from 1575, the first casino in Lido, which had been constructed under guidance from the great architect Palladino.

During the 19th century, however, the casino was converted into a tavern, famously with the English poet Robert Browning being one of its regular customers.

The current building is from a reconstruction work done between 1905 and 1926, finished in style inspired by ‘chalet’ and ‘cottage’ architecture.

Hotel Quattro Fontane, as a modernized period residence on Venice’s Lido, has a range of modern amenities and services at guests disposal, including:

Wireless (Wifi) broadband internet
Free Parking
Baby-sitting service (on request)
Private garden
Luggage storage
24h concierge
Air conditioning
Secretarial services
Meeting and banquet rooms
Laundry services
Bicycle rentals
Excursion planning assistance

At the hotel, you can choose from a range of 58 guest rooms, each spacious and comfortable, featuring large windows. The rooms also have satellite TV, minibar, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer & toiletries.

Breakfast at the hotel is served buffet style, and you can also take advantage of the hotel’s restaurant, which serves a menu that combines the best Veneto region dishes.

Other facilities at the hotel include a tennis court, Internet Point (if you don’t bring your own laptop/tablet computer with your), and a car park.

To get to the historic center of Venice, the nearest water bus stop is 2 km from the hotel.

Arriving to Venice via the S. Lucia train station, you can take one of the public water buses that make the route to Lido (every 10 minutes). One of the slowest routes is with line no. 1, but that line will take you to Lido via Grand Canal, the main waterway in Venice.

Quattro Fontane Hotel Venice
Via Quattro Fontane 16
30126 Venice-Lido

If you arrive to Venice from the Marco Polo Airport, on the other hand, you can take, for example, an “Alilaguna” ferry shuttle boat, which will take you to Lido-Venice in 40 minutes.

The trip between Saint Mark’s Square and Lido takes only 12 minutes, with water buses departing for the route an average of every 5 minutes by day, and every 20 minutes by night.