12 Best Hostels for Solo Female Travellers in Venice

Venice unfailingly captures the hearts of travellers from all over the world. With its winding canals, stunning architecture, and rich history, it’s no surprise that the city is a top choice for solo female travellers. 

That said, a trip to Venice tends to be expensive. And, if you’re travelling to Venice on a budget (like I did), hostels in Venice are your best bet. Yes, they are undoubtedly a saviour in disguise! So, if you are looking for a hostel that caters to the needs of solo female travellers, in particular, you are on the right page (thank me later). 

Keep reading to discover the 12 best hostels for solo female travellers in Venice. I have discussed the price per night, amenities, and locations to help you find the right stay in the city

1. Combo Venezia

Combo Venezia is one of the top hostels in Venice for solo travellers. It offers the best combo of comfortable rooms at affordable rates and an ideal location! You’re not too close to the tourist spots but also not very far. 

However, this hostel in Venice might not fit your conception of a “hostel.” The large rooms caught me off guard. All room features an en suite bathroom. The dorm rooms are also different from your typical ones; they are like apartments with double beds.

In addition, you have access to the theatre, patio, combo rooms, bars, and kitchenette. The best way to start your day here is by basking in the views of the canal from the terrace. You can check in between 2 pm – 11 pm and check out at 11 am.

Room choices: shared – dorm rooms, twin rooms, apartments, and studios

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Breakfast buffet
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free luggage storage
  • Restaurant & bar

Price starts from €30

Rating: 9.4/10

2. Anda Venice Hostel

Without a doubt, Anda Venice is the finest hostel in the city. It checks off all the requirements for what solo female travellers search for. Be it in terms of cost, the social setting, location safety, hygienic rooms, or friendly personnel. This eight-story hostel is fully equipped!

But what I adore the most about this place is its weekly social events. The hostel also has Mac-equipped workstations. It is a bonus for digital nomads travelling in Venice. Additionally, you have access to the guest kitchen, terrace, and private courtyard. You can check in between 2 pm and 3 am and check out at 10 am.

Room choices: female and mixed – dorms, twins, doubles, and family rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Parking
  • Luggage storage
  • DIY Laundry

Price starts from €19

Rating: 9.2/10

Tip: Keep in mind there’s an age restriction in this hostel. Nobody below 16 is allowed to stay here.

3. Silk Road Hostel

This hostel in Dorsoduro is fully renovated and boasts comfortable rooms, common areas, and a ready-to-use kitchen. The fact that each dorm room is spacious and overlooks the Giudecca canal is the icing on the cake.

Both locals and visitors find the neighbourhood to be popular. To witness the city’s culture, step outside and go for an evening walk. And yes, as you do that, do not forget to grab a gelato and catch the sunset. 

In case of late check-ins, you must pay between €10-20. So, keep that in mind.

Room choices: Dorm rooms

Rating: 8.1/10

4. Generator Venice

Generator Venice hostel appears luxurious but is one of Venice’s most affordable hostels. It is on the waterfront of Giudecca Island and is only a 10-minute Vaporetto ride away from the neighbourhood of San Marco. 

The hostel also has a lively bar and café, along with a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the Grand Canal. Check-ins are from 2 pm to 12 am. Check-out is until 10 am.

Room choices: Dorm rooms and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Breakfast buffet
  • Free city maps
  • Wi-Fi
  • Locker

Price starts from €22

Rating: 7.9/10

5. A&O Hostel Venice Mestre 

A&O Hostel Venice Mestre sits on the list of best hostels in Venice with pride. It is an all-in-one package and is apt for solo travellers. 

Their multilingual staffs are always at your service 24×7. 

However, you must pay separately for additional amenities like parking, linens, breakfast, etc. You can check in at this hostel anytime between 3 and 11 pm.

Room choices: Dorm rooms and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Buffet breakfast
  • Parking
  • Bar 

Price starts from €17

Rating: 7.6/10

6. Ostello S. Fosca – CPU Venice Hostels

If you’re searching for a stay in the city’s core, you can head to Ostello S. Fosca – CPU Venice Hostels. It is the best hostel in Venice as per location and is set inside a 15th-century church. 

You can even use their kitchen without paying an extra penny. As a result, you save a significant amount on Venice’s soaring restaurant bills. 

The main drawback to this location is its tight check-in and check-out times and night-time curfews. So, I recommend following the time to avoid any hassle!

Room choices: Dorms rooms and private rooms 

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Vending machine & café
  • Free coffee & tea in the morning
  • City maps

Price starts from €32

Rating: 8.6/10

7. Dimora Il Veliero Romantico 

This is among the noticeable hostels in Venice. Although a bit pricey, the place is apt for you if you’re only looking for a place to crash in for a solo weekend. It is more like a B&B as there’s no on-site café or a social zone. 

But that said, the neighbourhood is safe and teeming with pubs and local shops. You can go for a walk or shop for some souvenirs.

You can check in between 10 am and 7 pm and check out before 10 am. If you’re arriving early or late, communicate with the hotel staff beforehand to ensure smooth check-in and check-out.

Room choices: Private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Free linens and towels
  • Free city maps
  • Elevator
  • Luggage storage

Price starts from €58

Rating: 9/10

Keep in mind: Credit cards are not allowed in this hostel.

8. Nuova Locanda Belvedere

Nuova Locanda Belvedere is undoubtedly the best backpacker hostel in Venice. Everything is right around the corner and easily accessible. 

Moreover, if you want an insider guide to Venice, start a conversation with the staff. They are friendly and knowledgeable. They go out of their way to help you execute your solo trip to Venice like a pro. You can check in at this budget-friendly hostel from 2 pm to 11:30 pm and check out before 10:30 am.

Room choices: Five-bed dorms and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel: 

  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry facilities
  • Bar
  • Vending machine

Price starts from €19

Rating: 8.7/10

9. Ostello Domus Civica

This seasonal hostel in Venice offers a great location in the San Polo district. Top attractions like the Papadopoli garden, Rialto Bridge, and Venice Santa Lucia Train Station are around the corner. 

The hostel has all the basic amenities like terraces, shared bathrooms, lounges, and a sitting area. You can check in here (only if you’re 18) from 2 pm and check out before 10 am.

Room choices: mixed and female dorms & private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Vending machines
  • Luggage storage
  • Multilingual
  • Wi-Fi

Contact the property. Cost varies from time to time. 

Phone No: +39 041 721103

Rating: 9.2/10

10. Plus Camping Jolly Venice

Ten minutes away from the city centre, this camping hostel is a hidden gem for budget travellers. If you’re on a laid-back vacation, straightaway book this place. 

The atmosphere of this place is one-of-a-kind. You are away from the maddening crowd of the city and can enjoy the tranquillity. The staffs are helpful and thus makes this place the best value for money. You can check in here from 3 pm and check out before 10 am.

Reminder: You have to book for a minimum 2-night stay.

Room choices: Dorm and private suite

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Swimming pool
  • Supermarket
  • Café

Price starts from €13

Rating: 7/10

11. Archie’s House

Archie’s House in the Cannaregio district of Venice lies at walking distance from the San Polo Church. 

Being close to the touristy area, it tends to be a little noisy at night. Apart from that, the place is a great deal. The host makes sure you’re well-accommodated all the time.

You can check in from 8 am and check out before 11 am.

Room choices: Dorms and private

Rating: 8.4/10

12. A&O Hostel Venice Mestre 2

One of the new hostels in Venice is set to impress you with its amenities and affordability. All the rooms are clean and spacious. But remember, you have to pay extra bucks for new bed sheets and pillowcases. Check-in starts from 3 pm to 11:30 pm.

Room choices: Dorms, single, and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • 24-hour reception 
  • Snack bar
  • Gaming zone
  • Bicycle rentals

Price starts from €14

Rating: 7.9/10

Choose your favourite!

With that, we have come to the end of the blog post. I hope this post puts a full stop to your search for a hostel in Venice. Pick the best and get on with your solo trip to Venice. However, compare the prices on sites like Hostelworld and Bookng.com before finalising any particular one. 

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Until next time, happy travelling!


An introverted blogger who is looking to make unforgettable solo travel memories with one short life.

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