Luna Hotel Baglioni
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Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
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Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
Luna Hotel Baglioni
An understated, private landing stage for gondolas and water taxis on a side canal of the lagoon marks the entrance to the lovely Luna Hotel Baglioni in San Marco. Steeped in history, the palazzo, with lagoon-facing windows and charming Juliet balconettes, dates to the 12th century and is said to have given refuge to the Crusade-era Knights Templar. Interiors are more in keeping with noble 18th-century fashions. There’s a sleek marble lobby, sparkling crystal chandeliers, antique furnishings, and a healthy showing of brocade fabrics. The standout room is the pristinely preserved Salone Marco Polo, filled with18th-century frescoes painted by pupils of influential Venetian painter and printmaker Giambattista Tiepolo.

Conveniently located just steps from bustling and culture-packed St. Mark’s Square, this hotel, with its award-winning restaurant, relaxed lounge, and rooms full of delightful period details, makes for an elegant home base in Venice.
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Neighborhood Vibe
San Marco is the cultural and social heart of Venice’s six districts (sestieri). Get a feel for the area with stroll through St. Mark’s Square, a wide12th-century piazza that’s one of Italy’s most iconic gathering spots. Kick off a day of museum hopping at the Museo Correr, followed by a lesson in Venetian history at the Doges Palace.
Need to Know
Rooms: 91 rooms, 37 suites. From $310.
Check-in: 2 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: The award-winning Canova restaurant is a Mediterranean and seafood-focused fine-dining restaurant for lunch and dinner, and Caffe Bagglioni is a loungelike spot for light snacks, coffee, and cocktails.
Spa and gym details: There is no spa or gym.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: History-loving luxury travelers.
Our favorite rooms: The interior design scheme is one of traditional elegance throughout (period furnishings, eye-catching wallpaper, gorgeous parquet floors), but guests craving the added bonus of lagoon or side canal views should book any number of the water-gazing suites.
Coffee and art: Begin each day within a mini museum experience. Breakfast is served in the Salone Marco Polo, a stunning setting of wall-to-wall 18th-century frescoes painted by students of the Tiepolo school.
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