If you are planning a visit to Venice and wish to spend a part of your time sunbathing and swimming, one of the beach hotels at the Lido of Venice could be the ideal choice for you. The traditional 'capannas', fully equipped beach huts with private patio and sunbeds, can be found in many hotels boasting private access to the beach.
A map of these venues follows
01. Excelsior Venice
Apart from being one of the most loved destinations of movie stars and film lovers heading to Venice for the annual Film Festival, Excelsior Venice is a top-notch bathing resort pampering its guests with its beutiful Belle Epoque allure. White canvases, roomy ‘capannas’, comfortable sunbeds and efficient service appeal visitors from different countries aiming to spend a relaxing stay with sea view. Capannas can be booked even by etrenal visitors and include late check out (after 4pm) and a welcome drink.
02. Russo Palace Hotel
The soft sand and clean water that once seved as inspiration to poets and writers, among Lord Byron, can now be enjoyed with full comforts. The hotel, indeed, offers its guests and external visiors alike the chance of renting lounge chairs and umbrellas to fully enjoy a stay at the sea, enhanced by exclusive cocktails which can be sipped while sunbathing. The beach also offers kid-friendly facilities.
03. Villa Mabapa
Just a hundred metres away from the hotel, guests of all ages can find a well-equipped beach with an intimate corner fully reserved to the hotel. Here, sun beds and umbrellas are immersed into a fascinating landscape, located between the clear waters of the Lido, natural sand dunes and luxuriant plants. Lounge chairs can be booked daily or for longer periods.
04. Grand Hotel Ausonia & Hungaria
After a moment of relaxation at the hotel’s spa, guests can enjoy a quiet break at the Grand Hotel Ausonia & Hungaria’s beach, where the golden landscape is dotted with pure white capannas. Spatious and comfortable, they can be rented both by hotel guests and external visitors aiming to spend a full day sunbathing.