Four Points by Sheraton Venice Mestre

Four Points by Sheraton Venice Mestre, Via Don Luigi Peron 4, Mestre, Italy, 30174(39) (041) 3140500

In a new commercial area, our hotel is steps from the Venezia Mestre-Ospedale train station and a short ride from Venice’s city center.

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Discover the oldest Jewish Ghetto in Venice

Take a walk and immerse yourself into the ancient Ghetto in Venice. Situated in Cannaregio district, it is the fulcrum of the Jewish community, home of synagogues and other religious institutions. It is also the place of cultural integration and example of heritage shops and restaurants.

Redeemer's Festival in Venice

The traditional Venetian Redeemer's Feast, in Italian known as Festa del Redentore, is celebrated by a pilgrimage to the church of the Redentore on the island of Giudecca, taking place on the third Sunday of July each year.

La Biennale di Venezia 2018

The Venice Biennale is one of those events that is part of the Italian and international collective culture and represents a moment of sharing, discovery and debate on art, architecture, dance and the cinema that involves the most enchanting places in Venice.

Start Your Day Sunny Side Up

No matter how you plan to spend your trip, start every day with a hearty meal to kick-start your morning. Enjoy breakfast for two, on us, for each day you stay.
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Breakfast Included

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Reserve online to enjoy our best available rates, guaranteed. If you find a lower rate, we'll give you a 20% discount or 2,000 Starpoints.
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Teatro La Fenice

Teatro La Fenice is one of italy's oldest opera houses and the site of some of the most famous operatic premieres.

Doge’s Palace

The Doge's Palace rises proudly above the Piazzetta San Marco, this pink and white marble gothic marvel is the true expression of Venetian prosperity.

Basilica di San Marco

The religious center of Venice, and the original chapel of the Doge, Basilica di San Marco is the world's finest example of Italo-Byzantine architecture.

Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go.

– Truman Capote