• Arrive along the Grand Canal in a private speedboat
  • Stay in palatial luxury, with gilded furnishings and beautiful frescoes
  • Sip Italian coffee in the canalside café

Step back to the time of Venetian aristocracy with this aristocratic palace. And, as a Leading Hotels of the World, you can expect the finest service, not least in the fine-dining restaurant headed by a Michelin-standard chef. It’s all played out to a backdrop of chandeliers and painted frescoes. 

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In more detail

There’s nothing more quintessentially Venetian than arriving in town on a gondola or polished-wood motorboat. And, you can do just that, with the Baglioni Hotel Luna featuring its own private jetty just off the Grand Canal. As such, you’ll have the heritage beauty of St. Mark’s Square and the famed Bellini cocktails of Harry’s Bar on your doorstep.

The hotel’s privileged setting also means that suites enjoy views over St. Mark’s Basin, the island of San Girogio or along Venice’s canals. They’re sights made that bit prettier by the private terraces. But, as this is an aristocratic palace, you don’t have to upgrade to enjoy a touch of luxury. Expect silk walls and historic frescoes throughout, with Baroque prints and brushed-gold furniture in the rooms. The Murano chandeliers don’t hurt either – neither do the Deluxe rooms’ marble bathrooms.

In turn, the dining is fittingly regal. The award-winning Canova Restaurant keeps Venice culinary tradition alive with dishes such as egg yolk tagliolini and crispy shrimps. Indeed, seafood is a particular speciality with octopus salad and calamari served with a green tomato sauce. The work of executive chef Alberto Rossetti has even garnered a Michelin star for his efforts at Tramezzo di Parma. Lastly, you’ll take your meals in a grand ballroom, its ceilings covered in 18th-century frescoes. For something more casual, head to the Caffè Baglioni. Positioned right on the canal, it’s the perfect place to sip your morning espresso. 


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Pricing information

3-night luxury holiday from £1,090 pp incl. flights & transfers

Low Season from: £1,090 pp
Mid Season 1 from: £1,205 pp
Mid Season 2 from: £1,440 pp
High Season from: £1,790 pp


  • Complimentary UK airport departure lounge access
  • Return flights between UK and Venice
  • Private return water taxi transfers
  • 3 nights accommodation at Baglioni Luna in Canal View Room on a BB basis
  • 1 x 4 course dinner at Canova Restaurant at Baglioni Luna (excluding drinks)

Pricing based on Midweek stays Sunday thought Thursday, a small supplements applies for stays on Friday and Saturday nights.


Low Season: 21 Nov - 23 Dec 2021 / 09 Jan - 17 Feb 2022

Mid Season 1: 01 Nov - 20 Nov 2021 / 28 Feb - 24 Mar 2022

Mid Season 2: 24 - 29 Dec 2021 / 03 - 08 Jan 2022 / 18 - 24 Feb 2022 / 25 Mar - 07 Apr 2022 / 17 Jul - 26 Aug 2022

High Season: 30 Dec 2021 - 02 Jan 2022 / 25 - 27 Feb 2022 / 08 Apr - 16 Jul 2022 / 27 Aug - 31 Oct 2022

Please note special rates apply over the Venice Biennale 18 - 23 2022 - please call for details.

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