Visiting Venice

Hotel Accommodations

Book your rooms quickly as the workshop dates occur during high tourist travel dates.

NH Hotel Rio Novo****
Contact mtg.nhrionovo@nh-hotels.com
Reference the conference and to Mrs. Francesca Dall’Amico

Hotel Ca’ Nigra****
Book directly on the hotel’s website 
Use code: “NuclearTechnology”
Hotel Ca’ Pisani****
Contact info@capisanihotel.it
Referernce the conference
Palazzetto Madonna****
Contact info@palazzettomadonna.com
Reference the conference and to Mr. Matteo Molin
Hotel Due Fanali***
Book directly on the hotel’s website 
Use code: “NuclearTechnology”
Hotel La Fenice et Des Artistes***
Contact reservation.fenice@fenicehotels.it
Reference the conference

Palazzo Cendon***
Contact info@palazzocendon.it
Reference the conference 

Hotel Tivoli **
Contact info@hoteltivoli.it
Reference the conference

Istituto Canossiano
(hostel with private bathroom)
Contact info@romite1323.com 
Reference the conference
Casa Accademia 
(hostel with private bathroom) 
Contact info@casaccademia.it 
Reference the conference

Travel & Leisure | Venice, Italy

For a place so visibly tethered to its past, Venice is having a mini-renaissance. Few places can lay claim to such a spectacular natural setting, untainted architectural heritage, or jaw-dropping main drag in the Grand Canal. Venice’s museums are world-class; its 141 churches are galleries in themselves. Other incredible sights include the Gothic Doge’s Palace, perched defiantly on the edge of the encroaching lagoon; and the Basilica of San Marco, which glows with Byzantine gold mosaics. Even the most seasoned visitors get lost in the city’s labyrinthine network of islands, bridges, pedestrian alleys, and canals. And therein lies the beauty of the destination: afternoons spent wandering from palace to piazza, exploring the small art museums, shopping the stalls that line the streets, and encountering a fresh side of Venice, a fascinating amalgamation of influences—Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, and Italian—around every corner. – Travel & Leisure

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The city’s iconic waterway played host to Bond. (Photo: Getty Images)

Ca’ Dolfin

 

Travel Guide by Samuel and Audrey