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Halal 3-star hotel in Venice

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Centrally located in the historic Mestre within the main square of Carpenedo, Venice, 20 minutes from the Marco Polo Airport, lies the Hotel Kappa Mestre, a fully non-alcoholic, Halal atmosphere budget hotel.

With complimentary Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a TV and a private bathroom, the Kappa Mestre provides all the essentials at a low cost.

For reservations for 2 people at the Hotel Kappa Mestre, Venice at $93 a night for 3 nights with breakfast inclusive, Click here.

Please note that in the central area of Venice there are no Halal restaurants. However, you can have vegetarian pizza and seafood. If you do come across any Halal restaurants please let us know.

 

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