Baglioni Hotel Luna

Baglioni Hotel Luna

<p><span>A former 12th century Venetian Palazzo, Baglioni Hotel Luna is the oldest hotel in Venice. Situated near the San Giorgio Island and the San Marco Basin, this grand hotel offers magnificent views, lavish accommodation and first-class facilities.</span></div>

Historical opulence

Accommodation at the Baglioni Hotel Luna is decorated in a style that fits in with the historical building. Staying in the hotel’s rooms and suites may feel like going back in time, but guests enjoy a range of modern amenities, including TV and high-speed Wi-Fi. Rooms are individually designed with sumptuous Italian silks, marble baths, chandeliers and antique-style furniture. For top-class luxury, stay in the Giorgione Terrace Suite, which is on two levels and includes a spacious living room and bedroom, as well as two marble bathrooms. The special feature is the Atlanta - a raised wooden rooftop terrace perfect for soaking up the scenery.

Dine in the award-winning restaurant

The Canova Restaurant is the winner of the Fogher d’Oro and Gambero Rosso awards for fine food. Styled like an 18th century French mansion, guests can dine on the outside terraces and enjoy beautiful views of the Royal Gardens and the Venice Canal. The restaurant serves the finest quality Italian-inspired food, using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Enjoy the local flavours of traditionally made dishes brought up to date with international influences. Gluten and allergen-free options are also available.

Fall in love with Venice

The hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the famous sights of Venice and fall in love with its historical charm. Take a traditional gondola ride, wander along the winding streets or try your luck at the Venice casino. Children are also well catered for with the Peggy Guggenheim Kids experience. Book your Venice stay in the Baglioni Hotel Luna for a stylish, luxury break in an aristocratic setting.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
Private transfers are 45 minutes by car and water taxi from Venice Airport / 92 Rooms & Suites / 1 Restaurant & Bar / Children Welcome
When to travel
November through to January is quieter though the chilly Adriatic winter means you’ll need to wrap up warm, and February is carnival season. March to June is a nice temperature (but can be busier than usual thanks to the Biennale), whereas July to August are the hottest months. September to October is a little cooler and a little quieter, ideal.
How to get there
British Airways fly to Venice daily from London with low cost airlines offering alternative timings and direct departures including from Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

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