Hotel Villa Schuler
AddressPiazzetta Bastione / Via Roma TaorminaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Surrounded by shady terraced gardens and with views of Mt Etna, the rose-pink Villa Schuler is family-owned and preserves a homely atmosphere. A lovely breakfast is served on the panoramic terrace. A great choice.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Villa Schuler and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Taormina.
Description provided by property
Villa Schuler, luxurious hotel since 1905, is surrounded by its own extensive subtropical gardens with views of Mount Etna and Naxos Bay. Most rooms offer a furnished balcony or terrace.
This family-owned hotel enjoys a central and quiet position in Taormina, 200 metres from the cable car to the beach and a 2-minute walk from the Piazza IX Aprile and Corso Umberto. The Schulers offer free mountain bikes and a free shuttle to the seaside.
Relaxation areas at Hotel Villa Schuler include the lobby, the cool winter garden, the sun terrace, and the terrace pavilion with palm trees. A TV room, a small library, internet terminals, and a piano room are also available.
A generous à la carte breakfast is served in the breakfast room, on the panoramic terrace overlooking the coastline, or directly in the guest rooms.
During summer Hotel Villa Schuler may only be available for long stays of 2 or more nights.
The conditions in the cancellation policy regarding modifications to the booking apply to reductions in the number of days booked. Guests will not be charged a penalty for requesting a longer stay.
Please note that the free on-site parking is limited and subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis. Garage valet parking is available at extra cost and reservation is recommended.
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