Like a character from a Donna Leon novel, the Baglioni Hotel Luna is cloaked in history. A stone’s throw from St. Mark’s Square, the palazzo dates to 1118, and throughout the years has undergone transformations from a convent into an aristocratic palace and even a shelter for the Knights Templar. Today’s hotel brims with original details, like ornate stucco walls, Murano chandeliers, watercolor paintings and gold fixtures. In the Marco Polo ballroom, reimagined as a spectacular dining room, the original ceiling frescoes are attributed to pupils of Tiepolo, the 18th century Venetian painter. Instead of playing second fiddle to the priceless art throughout, the culinary offerings hold their own, especially at award-winning Canova restaurant, renowned for its menu and extensive wine cellar from St. Mark’s Square, the Baglioni Hotel Luna is cloaked in Venetian history.
All of the 91 rooms at the Baglioni Hotel Luna are spacious and elegant with antique furniture, Murano glass chandeliers, and a marble bathroom with hairdryer. Each one is air conditioned and has a TV and mini-bar. Some suites overlook the lagoon. The guest will discover Venice’s most romantic side by staying at the Baglioni Hotel Luna and he will access the heart of the world’s most fascinating and mysterious city and find its ambiance reflected in these beautiful Venice hotel rooms. Guests will feel like a Venetian nobleman of the old times once entered in a lush and opulently decorated room. Suites also boast a classic, yet cozy Venetian style and breathtaking views over the city and the Venice Lagoon.
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