Hotel Belludi 37

3 nights

Car-free Holidays





£ 350 per person - 3 nights


Belludi is a small boutique hotel with exemplary customer service and thoughtful in-room inclusions.

Quiet rooms with a comfortable bed, excellent breakfast and welcoming staff full of information about the city's sights.

The room in the hotel are ideal for couples while family of up to 4-5 people can take advantage of the self-catering apartment or the Suite.


16 hotel rooms and 1 apartment


from £ 350 per person


3 nights sharing a Classic double room

Daily breakfast

Private airport transfers from Venice airport

Travel planning

We can help you with

International flights

Skip-the-line Museum tickets and private tours

Out-of-town excursions and cruises to Venice along the River Brenta


Chic and stylish, the Belludi 37 is situated just moments from Italy’s largest square, the Prato della Valle, and the iconic Basilica di Sant’Antonio in Padua. Genuine hospitality and an extraordinary attention to detail on the part of all the staff make a stay in this relatively tourist-free city even more special.


Bedrooms are unfussy and elegant with high ceilings, classic natural oak floors, pale fabrics and very modern bathrooms. They vary in style and size, from a more basic Comfort room to one with a view of the Basilica with welcome add-ons such as espresso machines in some of the bedrooms.


If you want a room with a view (of the Basilica), ask for rooms 107 or 218.


There is no restaurant but an excellent buffet breakfast, with pastries, cheese, fruit, eggs made to order, cappuccino, is served.



✓ Breakfast only

✓ Walk to restaurants

✓ Bicycles available

✓ Concierge

✓ Wi-Fi


✓ Wi-Fi

✓ Complimentary soft drinks from the minibar

✓ Kettle with coffee, tea and herbal teas

✓ Bathrobes and slippers


The hotel has a the perfect location, close to the enormous Prato della Valle and the magnificent Basilica di Sant’Antonio. Other highlights of Padua include the Scrovegni Chapel with its remarkable Giotto frescoes and the Palazzo della Ragione. The city is also famous for its university, founded in 1222, and is home to the world’s oldest botanical garden.


The cities of Vicenza and Venice are easily accessible by  rail. If you like cycling Padova is the city for you.