Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Venice, Hotel Becher is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Becher makes it easy to enjoy the best of Venice.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Hotel Becher. In addition, Hotel Becher offers free breakfast, which will help make your Venice trip additionally gratifying.
Nearby landmarks such as Scala Contarini del Bovolo (0.0 mi) and Ponte di Rialto (0.3 mi) make Hotel Becher a great place to stay when visiting Venice.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Ristorante Tintoretto, Trattoria Al Gazzettino, and Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta to Go, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Venice, check out one of the marinas, such as Riva degli Schiavoni and Malamocco.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Becher is sure to make your visit to Venice one worth remembering.
I booked this for may father as he could arrive by boat. He was delighted with the room and location and in his words they do not rip you off. The hotel is excellent value for money, night porter so helpful made him a cup of camomile tea as he had a early start the next morning. He was made to feel so welcome thank you to all
Boutique hotel, excellent location by canal near San Marco. Exceptional service by staff (special mention to Marco). Very good breakfast. A/C worked very well (frequently a problem even in 4 star hotels in Europe).
We travelled to Venice to celebrate our daughters 21st birthday party. On arrival, we were shown to our room which was functional while very comfortable with all mod cons. On the morning of our daughters birthday, we were surprised to find a birthday cake waiting for us at our breakfast table ( the date was noticed when booking in by staff member). Overall, the staff were so welcoming and lovely and were more than happy to assist us with recommendations on where to visit etc. The hotel is spotlessly clean, location is perfect as is near St Marks Square and quiet at night to guarantee a good nights sleep. Overall, we had a lovely stay and look forward to visiting again in the near future.
Hotel Becher is a hidden Gem, a lovely small venetian hotel in a perfect location for exploring Venice. The room was lovely, well presented and clean. Breakfast was varied and really nice. From the moment you arrive the staff make you feel welcome and very helpful, providing recommendations for places to dine and visit. We loved our stay and would highly recommend Hotel Becher.
Our group of 8 spent 3 nights in this gem of a hotel. The location is excellent for exploring the center and surrounding areas of Venice. The rooms are gorgeous and best of all, the staff is marvelous. They took great care of us, providing extras as well as advice for tours and romantic walks and restaurants. They also arranged for water taxis to pick us up at the Venice airport and deliver us right to their hotel's jetty entrance on a canal. Awesome place and just plain nice folks.
Honestly, there's not a thing we didn't like about this hotel. The location is perfect - it doesn't take more than 5 minutes to reach St. Mark's Square, there's plenty of lovely places around and great restaurants to choose from. The rooms are spacious, the bathrooms are large, all the necessary amenities are provided. The toiletries even included a wet towelette, which was a really nice touch. There's a minibar, a TV, the AC worked perfect. The window in our room was quite high; it overlooked an indoor patio, which made the room really quiet at night, allowing a good night's sleep. Do yourself a favor and book a place at their outside patio to enjoy the breakfast - it's lovely to start your day seeing the city wake up and watch the gondolas and cargo boats pass by. The breakfasts are hearty, you can pick one of five options (pancakes, minimuffins, cold cuts, fruits, jams, a selection of bread... anything you could wish for). The coffee was delicious! The hotel staff really made our stay exceptional. Everyone was very kind and helpful, doing their best to help us. The room service was impeccable and our room was kept spotless clean throughout our visit. With everyone being happy to assist us with any issue or request, we felt really welcome there. After checking out, you can leave the luggage. There's also a spacious bathroom available for hotel guests so you can even comfortably change your clothes there. They care for you from the moment you step over the threshold - and even after you check out.…
had a wonderfull room , old decor, very nice bed. overlooking the canal. nice and clean. very helpfull staff. and the had there own landing space where you could watch the gondols and sip wine. we also had breakfast thwere wheather permitting
So we could only stay for 1 night because of covid they only open a few days a week but we loved it, our room had a 4 poster bed very clean , you could have what ever you wanted for breakfast choose a time and it was delivered to your room our friends managed to get the balcony room 310 which was also very nice , staff lovely would definitely stay again
I remember researching all of the available hotels for our second trip to Venice and thinking "if only there was one with a balcony overlooking the canal and had its own jetty and was beautiful" well i eventually found it...and its the Hotel Becher. We felt like film stars pulling up at the hotels own jetty when transfering from the airport. There was none of the dragging luggage through the streets of Venice for us (which we had done the first time). A young man quickly appeared to take our bags inside and we were warmly welcomed. Right from the outset, nothing was too much trouble. We stayed in room 310 which is the junior suite (the one with the balcony directly above the jetty). We told staff there that we were there for the opening weekend of the Venice Carnivale, they went totally out of there way to print off itineries and maps for us showing us what was going on and where we needed to be. As well as the excellent staff, the hotel is beautifully clean and spotless. The lift is small but all Italian elevators are. The room has everything that you could possibly want (even slippers) . The breakfast room was also spotless and had lots of options from cereal and fresh fruit to Scrambled Eggs and Bacon. The cherry on the top for us though was the Balcony in our room. It was just big enough for the two of us to sit out at night and watch the comings and goings of the boat traffic. It was also beautiful to sit in bed in the morning , French doors open with a cup of tea listening to the singing Gondoliers as they floated past under the window. We also liked the restaurant almost opposite (with the red phone box) and the neighbouring mask shop. If there was anything we could add to make this Hotel perfect for us, it would just have been a few English speaking TV channels. Currently there are 4 or 5 English speaking channels but are all News Channels such as CNN , Al Jazzera and France 24. The Chinese Documentary Channel CGTN was about the best LOL Thanks again to all of the Staff of the front desk and the Breakfast room for making our stay special. Simon and Hilary…
This was a great find. The antique decor is just what I was imagining a Venice hotel to be. It is reasonably priced and right on the canal. The seating outside had you watching gondolas while you sipped great coffee or wine. The breakfast was really good with many different selections. The location was only a short walk to St Marks square so you are right by all the major attractions. The service and staff were exceptional. Showers are a bit cramped. My advice is pay a little extra and book the water taxi directly from the hotel. Carting luggage thru the streets the size of small alleys is a pain.