Italy by Private Jet with Baglioni Hotels

Skiers going down a mountain in Alta Badia Dolomites Italy
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Luna Hotel Baglioni in Venice

Italy-obsessed jetsetters have a new, over-the-top way of experiencing la dolce vita. This spring, Baglioni Hotels unveiled a new special offer called “Italian Jetaways”, whereby guests are flown by private plane to the collection’s luxury hotels in Rome, Tuscany, Florence, and Venice. The Vessna Citation Musting jet can accommodate up to four passengers- so make it a couples’ date, family adventure, or splurge for a small group of friends. As part of the deal, Baglioni Hotels can arrange special, insider experiences like a private tour of the Sistine Chapel or a wine blending workshop at the Rocca di Frassinello winery in Tuscany.

As we’re previously reported, Baglioni Hotels has unveiled some dapper suites in recent years at key urban properties. The Penthouse Suite at the Regina Hotel Baglioni makes for a glamorous Roman holiday, while the Terrace Suite at the Luna Hotel Baglioni in Venice offers breathtaking views over the beautiful floating city and San Giorgio Island. The rate for Italian Jetaways (not including accommodations) is just under $6,000.

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