AddressCalle del Vin 4656 San Zaccaria VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
In a miniscule 15th-century palazzo , this quirky, friendly, family-run inn offers a four-star location at budget prices. While more picturesque outside than in thanks to a rather dated ‘modernisation’, it still delivers clean, efficiently managed digs steps from Piazza San Marco. Rates include breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Albergo Doni and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Sestiere di Castello.
Description provided by property
The DONI family has managed the hotel since 1946 and has been recognized for its professional activities.
Nikos,Tessa,Gina and Annabella will let you breathe a family air, making you feel at home in the most beautiful city of the world.
This building is an ancient palace of 1700 in Venetian Gothic style that overlooks the canal of Vin where you can hear the serenades from gondolas and is only two minutes walking from St Mark\'s Square.
Please advice about arrival time.
Check-in time: 24h
Check-out time: until 11.00
1 euro each per night of City Tax to pay in cash in high season (from April to October + Christmas time + New Year + Carneval), 0,50 each per night of City Tax to pay in cash in low season (from November to March), children between 16 and 10 years old pay the half and children under 10 years old are free.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
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