The Marconi Hotel in Venice has a view of the Rialto Bridge over the Grand Canal in Venice. Its location offers guests easy access to the city’s major historical and artistic sites.
Check-in: 02:00 P.M.; Check-out: 11:00 A.M.
Free high-speed Wi-Fi in every room
In an inviting old-world, relaxing and pleasant atmosphere, guests can enjoy a hot buffet in the breakfast room. We do not have a restaurant in the hotel. We only offer accommodation and breakfast in the morning.
At any time, a friendly staff is available to provide all information and advice to help guests have a nice stay in Venice.
Free WiFi is available in the hotel.
The decor is classic Venetian style with an eye for modern comfort. It has also been a film set for several movies including ‘Venezia la Luna e Tu’ with Alberto Sordi.
St. Mark’s Square, the Basilica of Frari and the Ponte dei Sospiri are a 5-minute walk away. During the 1930s it was one of the few and most prestigious hotels in Venice. Hotel Marconi has 26 rooms with air conditioning, private bathroom and modern equipment
Riva del Vin, San Polo 729 Venezia
+39 041 522 2068
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50 METRES FROM THE RIALTO BRIDGE IN THE SESTIERE SAN POLO. The sestiere of San Polo takes its name from the church dedicated to St Paul the Apostle erected on the field of the same name. The church is very old and probably dates back to the 9th century and has undergone several renovations over the centuries. Its current appearance has no uniform morphology or style attributable to a particular period. The church bell tower was built in 1362 on a stone base and is covered with terracotta bricks ending in a conical ‘pine cone’ spire resting on a tall octagonal drum. It is a typical example of a 14th century Venetian bell tower. Inside the church, in the Oratory of the Crucifix, are the twelve stops of the Stations of the Cross painted by Giandomenico Tiepolo between 1747 and 1749. The altarpiece of the Virgin and St. John is attributed to Giambattista while the Last Supper, on the back wall, is attributed to the workshop of Tintoretto. In the apse chapel on the left you can admire the Marriage of the Virgin by Paolo Veronese, while the presbytery contains many works by Jacopo Palma il Giovane. Continuing along the Salizada San Polo you reach the Church of San Toma.
The church is dedicated to St Thomas the Apostle overlooking the field of the same name in the area between the Grand Canal and Piazza dei Frari. Although a very old foundation, the church’s appearance has been completely changed by numerous transformations and reconstructions. The interior has a single nave with a vaulted ceiling with frescoes. Opposite the church, on the opposite side of the field, is the seat of the Scuola di Calegheri (shoemakers’ school), a very rich and powerful society that, in its most prosperous periods, had up to one thousand five hundred members. The school many years ago underwent an interesting architectural restoration and is now home to an active multi-purpose centre.
in the centre of Venice
The ‘centre of Venice’ usually refers to the historical area of the city, located on the main lagoon island. Venice is famous for its canals, historical palaces, squares and bridges.
on the Gran Canal
The Grand Canal is the main canal in Venice and the largest. It winds through the city in an inverted ‘S’ shape, and divides the city into two parts
A magical Venetian atmosphere
The magical atmosphere of Venice has been the subject of poems, paintings, films and songs for centuries. The unique combination of architecture, canals, history and culture has made Venice one of the most romantic and mysterious cities in the world
Discover the hidden corners of the city
Venice is a city full of hidden corners, quiet calle, and campielli (small squares) off the traditional tourist routes. Many of these places retain an authentic atmosphere and offer a quieter view of the city.
+39 041 5222068
Riva del Vin, San Polo, 729 30125 Venezia