AddressFondamenta dei Furlani 3288 VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Lie beneath your crown canopy and gaze at frescoed ceilings in this 18th-century palazzo –boutique hotel. The impeccable refurbishment retains many period features, while paying close attention to guest comforts. Rooms, reached via an elevator, are spacious and furnished with period reproductions, while apartments are kitted out with designer kitchens and generous living space. Perfect for families seeking a little dolce vita on a reasonable budget.
Our independent authors have visited Palazzo Schiavoni and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Sestiere di Castello.
Description provided by property
Located 5 minutes' walk from Saint Mark's Square, Palazzo Schiavoni combines old with new with antique furniture and modern facilities including free Wi-Fi and satellite TV in each room.
This charming property overlooks a Venetian canal in the heart of Venice's historic centre. It is surrounded by popular shops and restaurants and has excellent transport links by Vaporetto waterbus.
Rooms are air conditioned and come with a minibar, safe and private bathroom with hairdryer. A buffet breakfast is served each morning.
Staff can arrange guided tours and excursions and provide useful tourist information. Laundry, ironing, and fax services are available as well as a luggage storage room.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Palazzo Schiavoni offers pet-friendly accommodation in Venice.
The rooms include a private bathroom.
There is babysitting service at the property.
Basilica San Marco is 500 metres from Palazzo Schiavoni, while Piazza San Marco is 700 metres away. Marco Polo Airport is 8 km from the property.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Tour desk
- Ticket service
- Free WiFi
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