August 13, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Baglioni Hotel Luna in Venice, Italy
With awe-inspiring 12th-century architecture and soaring frescoed ceilings, Baglioni Hotel Luna, named one of the Best Hotels in Europe by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler, is a stunning Venetian landmark. Host to discerning guests since the 1500s, this venerable hotel located just steps from the Piazza San Marco is the oldest and one of the most distinguished in Venice. Many of the elegant guestrooms are adorned with balconies that overlook the Grand Canal, and all are furnished with period antiques and magnificent chandeliers. At this aristocratic haven, you'll enjoy the best of the city in exquisite style
Cultivate a special intimacy with the City of Canals starting in Santa Croce on a visit to the basilica of Chiesa di St Stae, a stunning expression of 18th-century baroque art. Enclosed by the wide loop of the Grand Canal, San Polo encompasses the Rialto Bridge, considered the heart of the city. In Castello, visit the walled Arsenal from whose yards a powerful war fleet and merchant navy put out to sea. Afterwards, sip a cappuccino in St. Mark's Square or pay a visit to the exquisite Palazzo Ducale.
Location of Baglioni Hotel Luna
Nearest Airport: VCE
Amenities for Baglioni Hotel Luna
- General Information
- 115 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Baglioni Hotel Luna
This is a pricey hotel but is definitely worth it. The hotel is located less than 100 metres from St Marks Square with its own water access and in sight of the Grand Canal. The property is very well maintained with very attentive staff. We ended each night we were there on the balcony of the cocktail bar which overlooks the water. Each room is different, ours overlooked the canal with a small balcony The room was a little small but had a fabulous bathroom. The hotel offers a free water taxi to Murano, but be aware that it takes you directly to a glass factory that is a little over priced.
We have stayed at this Baglioni hotel many times. It is very expensive. But if you want to be treated as a Venetian Doge, then this is the place for you. This year, we indulged in their special dinner and private viewing of the fireworks for the Feast Of The Redeemer. The fireworks may be the best in the world. the feast started 500 years ago and honors the ending of the plague.
Certainly pricey but it has a lot going for it. Easily accessible water taxi from the airport brought us literally to the front door. Great location on a small Canal less than a block from St. Marks Square but, because it dead ends into the canal with no cross street the very large crowds in this area do not impact the hotel. Very helpful concierge. Ground floor bar with a small outside balcony on the canal next to a small gondola station. Beautifully appointed room with shower and bathtub with all the expected amenities. Room rate included a very nice breakfast. Did not eat at the separate restaurant .. expensive with a more limited menu than most. Only one complaint... we were told about a free boat shuttle service running every half hour to Murano with service from the dock at the hotel. We went expecting to tour Murano at our own pace. Turns out we were captive to one glass factory (beautiful products) and were returned to a different location requiring a 20 minute walk on a very hot day through the most crowded areas of town. Our complaint to the front desk was brushed off with hardly a second thought.
Eugene G - Columbia, South Carolina
Fantastic hotel we had a suite three generations sharing all ladies, room spacious , breakfast is a must so much choice,my Granddaughter has food allergies and the staff were so helpful my daughter and I enjoyed the proseco with our breakfast. The hotel is so close to St Maks square just to wander over in the evening and listen to the music. Hope to go again.
joyhegarty1 - Greater London, United Kingdom
The Luna hotel was chosen to celebrate a very special anniversary; the welcome on arrival, the very high standard of our room, complete with a chilled bottle of Prosecco and the ongoing quality of service and its friendliness during our stay showed the right choice had been made. St Marks is just around the corner, the gondolas outside the main entrance, the lagoon and water buses close by. Yet there is a downside to this, the hotels position only offers views of the city and the lagoon for some of its rooms. The majority look down into the narrow streets that parallel the hotel. A feature that must be common to many Venetian hotels, having accepted this the real negative was having to check out at the end of our stay.