Hot in Venice: Luna Hotel Baglioni Unveils New Terrace Suite

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Terrace suite at Luna Hotel Baglioni Venice

There’s a buzzworthy new addition to the Luna Hotel Baglioni in Venice this month. Close to St. Mark’s Square, the luxury hotel is unveiling a suite called the San Giorgio Terrace Suite with more than 1000 square feet of outdoor terraces overlooking San Giorgio Island.

Part of the “Baglioni Suites Collection” (which also includes the Roman Penthouse at the Regina Hotel Baglioni in Rome), the suite was designed by Milan-based Rebosio+Spagnulo with custom fabrics, wood paneling, Versailles parquet, and original Fortuny lamps by Venetia Studium. Stocked with Ortigia amenities, the bathrooms are decked out with Carrara and Grey Stone marble. A highlight of the suite is the antique furniture, hand-selected from the collection of Commendatore Roberto Polito, President and Founder of Baglioni Hotels.

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Terrace suite at Luna Hotel Baglioni Venice

Exclusive services include a private butler, free transfers, and a sunset cocktail on the terrace. It’s also possible to book a cooking class in the suite. Fun fact: Baglioni Hotels is celebrating 40 years in 2014. 

Luna Hotel Baglioni, San Marco, 1243, 30124 Venice, Italy. Tel: +39 041 528 9840, www.baglionihotels.com

Terrace suite at Luna Hotel Baglioni Venice

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