Newly conceived Hotel Delfino 4 stars in Mestre is strategically located to allow you to comfortably reach the historical city center of Venice in just 10 minutes via the frequent transport connections that stop just a few meters (yards) away from the hotel.

Quick access to Venice, modern service, like our free Wi-Fi coverage throughout the hotel, our excellent restaurant and contemporary style make of Hotel Delfino in Mestre a desirable good-value accommodation option for both business and leisure.

Hotel Delfino 4 stars in Venice Mestre is located on Corso del Popolo – in the city center – 1 kilometer (0.62 miles) away from the train station, just 5 minutes away from the San Giuliano Park, and 10 minutes away from the Marco Polo airport in Tessera and the adjacent casino.

You may also use Hotel Delfino as a starting point to reach nearby tourist destinations, such as Padua and Treviso, which are located just 20 minutes away.



The main airport serving Venice is Marco Polo International Airport, whereas Treviso Airport mostly serves low-cost airlines. Both the airports are connected to cities across the globe, including European cities such as Rome, Dublin, Paris, Vienna, London, Brussels, etc. and other international cities such as Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi, etc. Major airline carriers serving this airport include Aer Lingus, Air Berlin, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, etc. From the airport, you can take a shuttle bus or water taxi to reach the main city. 

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station is the main station serving Venice. There are direct trains to Venice from various cities in Europe, such as Vienna, Munich and Paris, as well as long-distance trains from Moscow via Budapest, Kiev and Zagreb. The station is also connected to other Italian cities like Milan, Rome and Florence. Venezia Mestre Railway Station is another main railway junction, located on the mainland. You can also reach Venice by ferry services and cruise ships.

You can reach Venice from different cities of Italy, by bus. All of the buses reach Piazzale Roma, the city’s main bus station and from there, you can take a water taxi to reach the main city. Motorways and roads that pass through Venice include Autostrada 4, A13 and SS11.