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Accessible directly from the water thanks to its private jetty, Venice’s oldest hotel – originally opened in 1312 – is located in world most beloved San Marco square, and in the middle of the city’s most iconic landmarks and attractions. Baglioni Hotel Luna perfectly embodies the very essence of the city, from the Marco Polo Ballroom, where breakfast is served under a breathtaking vault decorated with original 18th century frescoes, from Tiepolo’s school, to the renowned Canova Restaurant. Among the rooms and suites, all decorated in typical Venetian style, is a prestigious collection of Signature Suites offering an excellent level of service and private terraces with the most romantic and unparalleled views of the lagoon.
Themost ancient hotel of Venice, the prestigious Baglioni Hotel Luna is steeped in history and culture.
All 91 rooms and suites are tastefully furnished and equipped with every modern comfort. Beige and pastel tones blend harmoniously with rich brocades, giving a warm, luxurious, welcoming feel. The most exclusive Suites, including the stunning two-bedroom San Giorgio Terrace, feature large private terraces with magnificent views of the San Giorgio Island and St. Mark’s Basin.
Canova Restaurant provides an intimate atmosphere and a menu with dishes from the Venetian culinary tradition. The Marco Polo Ballroom, entirely frescoed by pupils of Tiepolo in the 18th century, welcomes guests for breakfast.
The elegant Caffé Baglioni, overlooking the canal and Royal Gardens, offers the best Spritz with Cicchetti in the city, for an auhenitic Venetan experience.
Baglioni Hotel Luna is perfect for families and couples offering a unique experience of stay under the sign of art and culture.
Ideally located a few steps from St. Mark’s Square and the famous Palazzo Ducale in the very heart of Venice, Baglioni Hotel Luna is a short distance from the city’s most famous attractions. Discover La Serenissima at her most authentic, through magical old traditions and original experiences like a stroll through the alleyways of San Marco in the company of Codega, one of the most fascinating figures of ancient Venice, carrying a lantern and guiding citizens at night through the intricate maze of alleys and squares.
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