Stay with Generator Venice, a hostel that enjoys the best views of the city from the island of Guidecca across San Marco Square. Only a short boat ride from the crowds of Venice.
It's the perfect destination and a great place to socialise and reflect on your experiences of the day. Head to the bar and chill out areas to get yourself a well deserved drink or two. It's lively, friendly and un-missable.
We've also great beds for sleepy heads and of course you'll be enjoying Venice life in the most authentic surroundings. Choose from a great selection of rooms, from Dorms, to Quads, to Private en-suites with innovative mod cons like a USB port and your own LED light for late night reading. Fast and free Wi-Fi is available.
To get the most out of your stay visit the travel shop and our city experts will help you devise an itinerary that will take you to all the hidden treasures this dynamic city has to offer.
Please read our Things to Note below before booking.
Cancellation policy: 72h advance notice
Payment upon arrival by cash, debit and credit cards
Check in from 13.30
Check out before 10.00
Breakfast not included (International buffet breakfast 3,50 per person upon request)
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Very clean facilites and comfortable beds. A lock would suit the bathroom door. Wi-Fi didn't work at all during my stay. Anybody can walk into the hostel and have access to the room floors so an increase of security measures are required. It's located in Giudecca so you're obliged to take the Vaporetto to reach the hostel. As at night they are not many frequencies, you may prefer look for another hostel in the main island.
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