December 8, 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
We stayed in this hotel recently having arrived from Australia. The hotel is old, historical & beautifully kept in spite of the issues Venice has with the rising waters. It's position is second to none, & the staff were exceptional, very much more warm & approachable than the supposedly best hotel in Lake Como. We had a beautiful junior suite & the staff were just exceptional. In particular we'd like to thank Umberto, the very helpful concierge, Adriano & Marco in the restaurant & Anna the butler. It was a perfect 4 days spent in Venice. Charlie & Anna
CafeCatalina - Gold Coast, Australia
My wife and I spent a lot of time planning our trip to Venice for a 30th wedding anniversary. Well before we arrived, I noticed that Gianmatteo Zampieri paid very close attention to the hotel. He seemed very conscientious about the service of his hotel. When we arrived we were greeted by Gianmatteo. While is the hotel manager, he takes this job very seriously. He goes out of his way to make sure that his staff is taking care of the guests, giving advice, directing guests to good restaurants and making sure your room is in top shape. Gianmatteo explained that he had spent years in his hospitality career and I could tell that he knows how to run a great hotel. The room was spotless and quiet. We were just off the canal and slept beautifully. The staff was carefully to mind our privacy but respond to any need. The restaurant was excellent--even preparing a box breakfast on our departure at 0500. At the hotel desk you can see that the staff was attentive to see if they could offer us any advice or help. I can't say enough about how well the Luna Baglioni gave us a great visit to Venice. The location was awesome to walk anywhere in Venice but when we arrived back to the hotel we felt that we could relax like we were coming home. This is the best hotel in Venice.
Michael H - Wethersfield, Connecticut
We came from to Hotel Luna from the Lido Palace in Riva Del Garda and this may have jaded my opinion. To start with first impressions when we arrived there was no doorman to help us in with our luggage and the hotel's reception appeared busy and slightly chaotic. We were taken to our room which was dark even with the lights on as well as being 'tired' with the paint chipped and the obvious evidence of a water leak from the room above in the form of a stain in the ceiling. The hotel bar was not a convivial place to sit and have a drink, feeling more like a posh waiting room at a railway station in the UK. The breakfast was not brilliant for the 36 euro charge - I only had it once and then ate out after this. Of particular frustration was the reception staff appeared not to have received an email from the company arranging our transfer to the airport at the end of our stay. However I have since seen the email chain and know they correctly informed the hotel of our transfer arrangements three days before we were leaving. Enough of the negatives. The hotel is in an amazing location within Venice and all the sights are within a short walk. Would we go back to Venice? Certainly yes. Would we go back to the hotel? Sadly no.
Dolcoath - Swindon, Wiltshire
In terms of location, youâ€™d be hard-pressed to find a better hotel in Venice. Right next to San Marco Square in the heart of the old city, with easy access to water transportation, this hotel is ideal for visitors looking the be in the thick of it all. Stepping in to the hotel feels like a trip back in time, with classical, luxurious decor and attentive service. We were impressed by the staff and equally impressed by the breakfast which, as far as hotel breakfasts go, exceeded our expectations. My only knock on the hotel would be a lack of fitness facilities, but hey - you should know this prior to booking your stay anyway! Overall, we were very satisfied and would recommend Baglioni Hotel Luna.
dgergovich - Toronto, Canada
From the moment we walked in the door, the staff made us feel comfortable. Every few days a staff member called us to ask if they could do anything to make our stay more pleasant. We walked into our junior suite, which was beautiful with a view of gondolas on the canal, to find a bottle of prosecco as a gift to celebrate our anniversary. We asked the concierge to suggest restaurants that were medium in price with great food where local people dine. Each restaurant he recommended served delicious Italian food and was no further away from hotel than a 15 minute walk. We especially loved the seafood and the pasta. One evening we dined in the Baglioni formal dining room Food was exquisite and service was friendly and warm. We did not order dessert but we were surprised to receive a beautiful plate of cookies at the end of the meal. Each morning we had a plentiful and delicious brunch in the gorgeous breakfast room, looking up at the ceiling painted by Tiepolo. We will definitely return.
frankmc44 - New York City, New York