Spagna Hotel Venice

Spagna Hotel Venice gets its name from being within Lista di Spagna shopping area, a 3 minute walk away from S. Lucia train station, and 500 meters from Piazzale Roma.

From S. Lucia railway station, just 100 meters from the hotel, you can quickly get to other areas of the Veneto region, including Mestre, Padua, and even Verona, further away.

Spagna Hotel Venice

PHOTO: A guest room at the hotel.

The hotel is housed within an ancient, elegantly renovated Venetian building, from where you can choose from a total of 19 guest rooms, all equipped with modern comforts and amenities despite the historical atmosphere.

Some rooms even feature balconies and terraces that overlook the idyllic Venetian campielli (‘little squares’), making for an ideal location to spend a romantic getaway weekend.

Rooms at the Spagna Hotel are decorated in a traditional Veneto style, providing amenities and features such as wireless WiFi broadband internet access, minibar, air conditioning, satellite TV, safety deposit box, direct dial telephone, and a private bathroom (with a toiletry set).

The decor at the rooms and facilities is that of simple elegance. On top of the amenities you’ll find within the rooms, other services at the hotel include a room service, for those moments you don’t feel like going out for a meal.

In terms of meals, in addition, the daily breakfast, served in Italian style, includes cappuccino and fruit juice.

Nearest vaporetto water bus stop to the hotel is at ‘Ferrovia’, which has connections to, for example, Venice Marco Polo Airport and Saint Mark’s Square, the main tourist attraction in the city.

The Jewish Ghetto, meanwhile, is only a 5-minute walk from Hotel Spagna.

Thanks to its location, the hotel is easy to reach from the Marittima cruiseline port, from the Piazzale Roma bus station, and the Tronchetto car parking area.

Hotel Spagna
Lista di Spagna 184
30121 Venice

Using the water bus station ‘Ferrovia’, you can also quickly get to the other islands within the Venetian lagoon, including Lido, Murano, and Burano.

If you are unsure of how to plan your stay in the city, of how to use the water buses, or any other tourist information, you should turn to the hotel’s front desk staff, which is there to give help and assistance.