Just a few minutes from the Rialto

Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo is just a stroll from Rialto Bridge, behind the beautiful San Stae Church in an extremely characteristic and tranquil area of Venice which is off the conventional tourist track, but yet in the heart of the city. Walking the streets around the hotel, you can discover hidden, charming corners which are normally overlooked.

Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo is also 15 minutes from St. Mark’s Square, which you can reach on foot or with a vaporetto, therefore making the hotel an ideal base for all itineraries. The hotel is less than 50 meters from the San Stae vaporetto stop (24 hours a day), accessible without having to cross any bridges.

How to reach us

By plane

To reach the Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo from Venice Marco Polo Airport, guests can take a private water taxi, arriving directly at the hotel entrance; or the “Alilaguna” orange-line water service, stopping at San Stae just 50 meters from the hotel.
The “Venezia Air Terminal” bus also takes you to Piazzale Roma in 20 minutes. From here, continue as described in “By train”.

By car

You can park your car in Piazzale Roma or at the Tronchetto and then take vaporetto no. 2 to Piazzale Roma. From here, continue as described in “By train”.

By train

Take vaporetto no. 1 (N for night time service) and get off at the San Stae stop. From here, continue straight along Salizada San Stae for about 50 meters; you’ll find the entrance to the hotel at number 1985, on the left.

In the vicinity

The vicinity of this elegant, comfortable hotel in Venice also hosts lots of museums and interesting buildings from an architectural, historical and cultural point of view. An excellent example is Ca’ Pesaro, a splendid baroque building which even has two museums: the Museum of Oriental Art and the International Art Gallery in Venice, where you can admire paintings and sculptures by Klimt, Chagall, Kandinsky and Rodin, to name but a few.

Also in the area, the Museum of Natural History and Mocenigo Palace, the age-old residence of the Mocenigo family which today hosts the Museum and Center for the History of Fabric and Costume.

We advise you to visit the nearby Campo San Giacomo, Campo dei FrariSan Rocco and Campo Santa Margherita which are always lively, picturesque “Venetian” areas. The nearby fish and fruit markets are also highly characteristic, which each morning liven the Rialto area with their multicolored stalls.