Veneto Hotels

Written by Blaire Chandler-Wilcox
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Veneto hotels vary widely in price, services offered, and value. When trying to make a decision between Veneto hotels, the most important thing to do is to consider how many cities you intend to visit. If you plan on focusing on just one area within the Veneto, the medieval walled city of Ferrara, for instance, then obviously you'll stay somewhere close, i.e, no more than a 20 minute drive away. However, if you plan on visiting not only Ferrara, but also Venice, and Verona, and Vicenza, then it's a good idea to start with Veneto hotels that are central (within an hour's drive) to all the spots you have on your itinerary.

Fortunately, the Internet makes research like this fun and lets you actually see the Veneteo hotels you might choose. Virtual guestbooks specifically can give you an idea of what previous guests' experiences were like. Granted, no hotel is going to post negative comments, but even by reading only glowing reviews you can discern the qualities on which a hotel prides itself.

Things to Keep in Mind When Looking for Veneto Hotels

Be aware that hotel prices spike dramatically the minute you step inside the city boundaries of Verona, Bologna and especially Venice. In fact, be advised that everything in Venice costs twice as much as it does anywhere else in Italy. Venice also doesn't recognize an "off-season" anymore since the influx of tourists continues year round.

This certainly doesn't mean that all Veneto hotels are overpriced. There are plenty of really fine hotels with excellent service for reasonable rates located just outside all these famous destinations. These out-of-town accommodations can often offer first class service and amenities for what you'd pay for third class lodgings in-town.

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