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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. Full review →
The "location could not have been better—literally steps off the Piazza San Marco" at this hotel.
A private canal makes for "a remarkable arrival and departure experience" at this hotel, the oldest in Venice and the closest to St. Mark’s Square. Full review →
A recent addition to the Baglioni Hotels group, this sophisticated and surprisingly spacious hotel once hosted knights en route to the Holy Land.
Just off Piazza San Marco on the street leading down to Harry's Bar, this luxury hotel may be Venice's oldest inn, converted into a hotel from a convent in the 1200s. Full review →
Countless refurbishments mean that it does not look its age, and as part of the Baglioni group it now has all modern extras to go with its traditional luxuries. Full review →
Hand-painted frescoes, Murano glass chandeliers and objets d'art combine at this 12th-century Venetian palazzo. Full review →
The classic hotel delivers a high level of service in a beautiful setting. Canova... an award-winning restaurant serving Italian and international cuisine. Full review →
Amid Venice's most fashionable shops and prominent art galleries, 100 meters from St. Mark's Square and next door to the Hotel Monaco, this is Venice's oldest hotel, dating from the 11th century. Full review →
Just steps away from St Mark’s Square and tastefully decorated in gorgeous Venetian colours and fabrics, expect lagoon luxury at prices that are a tad lower than other nearby five-stars. Full review →
In a 15th-century palazzo, this hotel has little remaining period decor, with the exception of the original frescoes and stucco decorations in the conference room. Full review →
A 900- year-old palazzo—the oldest in Venice—located steps from the Piazza San Marco. Full review →
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