This hotel is Venice's oldest, and has been in operation for over eight centuries. The spacious rooms are beautiful and have antique decorations. Some felt that the rooms are bigger than a lot of rooms in other Venice hotels. The service is absolutely impeccable and the atmosphere has an old-fashioned charm to it, owing to the breakfast buffets served among outstanding frescoes.
Baglioni Hotel Luna is considered to be the first hotel to open in Venice as it has offered sumptuous accommodation since the 12th century.
The 5-storey palazzo boasts breathtaking historic architecture with frescos painted in the 18th century.
The guests can enjoy splendid views of San Giorgio Island and the Grand Canal in an impressive two-tier atrium.
In the public areas of the hotel they can relax on cozy 17th century sofas while contemplating original artworks of the period.
A lobby is a great space to surf the net. Parking services are available.
Year renovated: 2008.
Number of rooms: 91.
The 91 guestrooms are opulently designed with lavish French tapestries and subtle Venetian chandeliers, ancient-style furniture complimented with fine artworks.
Each room is appointed with Internet access, minibars, safes, and self-contained marble bathrooms with bathrobes and slippers.
The guests can delight their palate at Canova restaurant serving Italian cuisine with emphasis on Venetian dishes.
Buffet-style breakfast is offered at The Marco Polo Room.
The bar/lounge, Caffee Baglioni, is a lovely space to round off a day.
You can start your day with a buffet breakfast, which costs EUR 40 per person per night.
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