Luna Hotel Baglioni


Venice is a city like no other: There is a mysterious magic that is felt throughout the entire city and then there is the striking beauty of the glittering canals, the ancient buildings and towering churches.


Of course, such splendour calls for first class hotels. INTOSOL is proud to offer you the supremely luxurious Luna Hotel Baglioni – member of “The Leading Hotels of the World”. It is located right in the heart of town at only a few steps from the world-famous St. Mark’s Square.


Its read more » long-standing reputation as a world-class hotel is only second to its ancient history that reaches back through the years to the 12th century. In those days, the palace that is now the Luna Hotel Baglioni accommodated the knights before they embarked on their crusades to the holy land.


The clank of armour has been replaced by a refined ambience characterised by antique furniture, historic fresco paintings, silk tapestry and precious 18th century textiles. Experience the glamour and fine style of those more recent centuries.


All of the 104 rooms and suites have been decked out in a sumptuous style that does not only incorporate Venetian but also French elements. Even the most minute detail has been carefully examined and designed to enhance the sophisticated ambience and ensure your absolute comfort.


A day in Venice, if lodged at the Luna Hotel Baglioni, invariably starts with delicious breakfast buffet served in the Marco Polo Room, which boasts historic flair to accompany the fine treats. Admire the famous Tiepolo fresco paintings.


Apart from the impeccable service, the Luna Hotel Baglioni scores points with its award-winning à la carte restaurant Canova. Venetian specialities that have been prepared with a dedication to perfection are served with a view of the San Marco Lagoon and the clink of precious china.


After having explored the bustling streets of Venice, settle down at the elegant Caffe Baglioni for a slow coffee or light snack. Rest your eyes on the Giardinetti Reali on Mark’s Square and make plans for the night.


The Luna Hotel Baglioni's location could not be better. All of the historic sights and the best shopping are all within easy walking distance. Of course, you may also hail one of the famous gondolas or a fast motor boat at the hotel's own jetty. Just perfect – welcome to Venice!


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The reasons for the Luna Hotel Baglioni's success may partly be found in the elegant style that harmoniously blends Venetian with French elements. The 104 rooms and suites radiate a unique flair and sophisticated read more » elegance.


Admire precious silk tapestry, stucco decorated ceilings, elaborate chandeliers crafted from the finest glass and antique furniture that transports you back to the - apparently quite comfortable - days of the 18th century.


However, apart from the historic flair, the Luna Hotel Baglioni naturally also boasts all the modern-day creature comforts. Every room features internet connection, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, mini bar, a safe as well as a wonderful marble bathroom that comes with all amenities like a hairdryer, make-up mirror and soft bathrobes.


The 41 Superior Double Rooms are 28 to 35 square metres large and command a view of either the city's tiny alleyways or the romantic courtyards. The 28 Deluxe Double Rooms offer a design and view along similar lines. However, the facilities are even more ample.


Larger and more luxurious yet, the Luna Hotel’s 21 Junior Suites allow you to spread out on generous 38 – 45 square metres. The extra space is put to excellent use with a superbly comfortable seating area.


Naturally, all units look out onto Venice in some form or other. However, only a handful of suites boast a panorama of the San Marco Lagoon and San Giorgio Island. And for something quite extraordinary, we highly recommend the suites named after Venetian artists.


For example, there is the Goldoni Suite. However, each of the Artist Suites is unique and exotic – come and see for yourself! The Sansovini Suite boats a romantic ambience and absolute privacy, a winning combination for a honeymoon.


The vast terrace lays the city at your feet with a spectacular view of the San Marco Lagoon. And at night, why not request a candlelight dinner to be set up in the sanctum of your suite? On a fine day, of course, the terrace is the best spot.


A first-class hotel like the Luna Billion would be incomplete without a Presidential Suite. Seventy square metres on two floors have been dedicated to host the Giorgione Suite’s sumptuous luxuries.


Precious antique furniture, carpets of incalculable value, paintings and sculptures, two marble bathrooms with a private Jacuzzi, plasma television sets and timber terrace high above the roofs of Venice – settle in and make yourself at home! Leaving Venice and the Luna Hotel Billion will be the hard part.


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The location of the award-winning Luna Hotel Baglioni could not be better: The historic, venerated former palace is located directly in San Marco and favours you with breathtaking views of the Marco Lagoon. read more »


The first highlight of your stay is the transfer to the Luna Hotel. The sleek motorboat or traditional gondola drops you off at the hotel’s private jetty. And, of course, you may hail a gondola for a romantic glide down Venice’s canals at any time.


However, at some stage, we recommend you let your own feet guide you through the maze of streets and ancient alleyways that criss-cross the so-called city of love.


At the centre of it all, where Venice is most vibrant and bustling, lies the San Marco Square. Settle down for an espresso at any of the many street cafés to admire the graceful architecture, fluttering pigeons and photo-frenzied tourists before exploring yourself.


On one side, the San Marco Cathedral completely dominates the square. It is well worth a visit and the view from the tower is quite simply stunning. Incidentally, the San Marco Square is located within easy walking distance of your hotel, just like the Palazzo Ducale.


Immerse yourself in the unique Venice flair. Start the day with an early morning walk when the streets are still empty and quiet. The light is very special at this hour and only little by little do the locals appear on the streets on their way to the fish and vegetable markets by the Rialto Bridge.


A visit to the famous Teatro La Fenice certainly constitutes the highlight of a night in Venice. Conveniently, it is located in the immediate vicinity of the Luna Hotel. Afterwards, why not follow in the footsteps of the famous author Hemingway with a visit to Harry’s Bar.


Venice boasts cultural riches galore. However, there is also another side to the city. In the summer months, there is plenty of opportunity for sports, relaxation and a splash in the sea. A watertaxi takes you to the 11.5 kilometres long Lido Island in just under fifteen minutes.


Lido Island on the Adrian Sea is Venice’s playground for sun, sand and sea thrills. And, of course, it also provides the perfect setting for cycling, tennis, golfing, surfing or horseback riding. Venice is as breathtakingly diverse as it is stunningly beautiful! Welcome!


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