Rialto

Located in front of Rialto Bridge, Hotel Rialto features a terrace with views of the Grand Canal. It offers traditionally furnished Venetian rooms and suites. Guests at the Rialto can enjoy a continental buffet breakfast while admiring views of the bridge and canal.

General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic city break. Occupying a historical building from the 16th century, the Hotel Rialto is in a unique and enviable position overlooking the Grand Canal. Just across from Rialto Bridge, it’s one of the most beautiful and suggestive spots of this wonderful city. This hotel provides a whirlwind of picturesque views and breath-taking scenery. Just a 5 minutes’ walk to the charismatic Saint Marco’s Square along the Mercerie, guests will find themselves immersed in culture and tradition.  Travel Now Pay Later Rialto Venice with Jetnow.com.

Facilities

  • 50m from the Rialto Bridge
  • Classic style
  • Great for local culture
  • Perfect for couples
  • Prime location

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours 15 mins, transfer to resort around 30 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.

Rooms

Room Options: Junior suites, triple rooms, standard double or twin rooms and single rooms. Canal views available.

Double or Twin Room

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2

Standard double room sleeps 2 adults and have bath or shower, air-conditioning, satellite TV and hairdryer.

Food & Drink

Board Options: Bed and Breakfast

Buffet Restaurant

Restaurant serving buffet breakfast. Bar.

Local Attractions

Venice is recognized as part of the artistic and architectural patrimony of all humanity, a fitting role for a city whose thousand-year economic and political independence was sustained by its role in global trading.

Venice has a dream-like quality that makes it the most magical of all Italy’s cities. And locals say the best way to experience it is to get lost. Forget the map and head down side streets to find a quaint trattoria where you can dine on cicchetti with the Venetians. Of course, St. Mark’s Square with its terracotta clock tower, Basilica and Doge’s Palace is a bucket-list must. While you’re there, treat yourself to bow-tied waiter service and a creamy cappuccino at Caffè Florian. Arty types can swing by the Peggy Guggenheim Museum and foodies can get their fill at the Rialto Market, but no trip to Venice is complete without a fizzy peach Bellini at iconic Harry’s Bar.

Venice is one of the most popular Italian cities for tourists, even with all the other beautiful & historic places there are in Italy. Explore Saint Mark’s Square - St. Mark the Evangelist is Venice’s patron saint. Signs of this connection can be found throughout the city. Spend time on the The Grand Canal (Canale Grande) and Ride A Gondola. Walk across and get the perfect picture on the Ponte Di Rialto Bridge. Visit St. Mark’s Basilica, located in St. Mark’s Square, is the most famous of Venice’s churches and the cathedral of the Patriarchate of Venice. Even if you’re not visiting Venice during their annual Carnival in February, it’s still possible to buy, or even better, MAKE one of the famous Venetian Carnival masks! No visit to Venice would be complete without visiting the Rialto Market, seeing as how one of the city’s chief claims to fame was as a commercial hub.