Considered the oldest hotel in the city, the Luna Baglioni is situated in the heart of Venice, a few steps from the Grand Canal, and facing the San Marco Basin and the island of San Giorgio.
The magnificent palazzo dates back to 1118, and throughout the years has undergone many transformations: from a convent into an aristocratic palace and even a shelter for the Knights Templar near San Marco. Today’s hotel brims with original details, like ornate stucco walls, Murano chandeliers, watercolour paintings and gold fixtures. Complete with a private canal that makes for a remarkable arrival and departure experience this hotel oozes five star glamour.
Dine at the award-winning Canova Restaurant, where Chef Cosimo Giampaolo brings out the best in Venetian culinary tradition using fresh, seasonal produce. Sip fine wines from the hotel’s extensive wine cellar and take stroll out onto the Venetian roof terrace to enjoy a final digestive against a unique backdrop. The elegant Caffè Baglioni faces a small canal which runs alongside the hotel and offers a pleasant view of the famous Giardini Reali of Piazza San Marco. Just a short distance from the piazza, it is the ideal place to relax after a busy day visiting the city of Venice or shopping.
The magnificent aristocratic palace boasts classically elegant rooms and suites with ample luxury, space and light. Marble baths, Italian and French silks, wool carpeting, and Murano glass chandeliers add opulent glamour. Breakfast is a treat served in the stunning frescoed ballroom.