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Luna Hotel Baglioni Venice

Venice, Italy

Like a character from a Donna Leon novel, the Luna Hotel Baglioni is cloaked in history. A stone’s throw from St. Mark’s Square, the palazzo dates to 1118, and throughout the years has undergone transformations from a convent into an aristocratic palace and even a shelter for the Knights Templar. Today’s hotel brims with original details, like ornate stucco walls, Murano chandeliers, watercolor paintings and gold fixtures. In the Marco Polo ballroom, reimagined as a spectacular dining room, the original ceiling frescoes are attributed to pupils of Tiepolo, the 18th century Venetian painter. Instead of playing second fiddle to the priceless art throughout, the culinary offerings hold their own, especially at award-winning Canova restaurant, renowned for its menu and extensive wine cellar from St. Mark’s Square, the Luna Hotel Baglioni is cloaked in Venetian history.

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Bauer L'Hotel

Venice, Italy

When hotelier Francesca Bortolotto Possati took over Venice's legendary Bauer, brought to international renown by her grandfather in the 1940s, she decided to turn it into two distinctive properties: Bauer’s L'Hotel and Bauer’s Il Palazzo. Housed in a restored, 18th-century palazzo, the Bauer L’Hotel is the more contemporary of the two, with art deco-inspired interiors and an urban vibe. The craftsmanship behind the striking design is unmistakably Venetian, as are such touches as Rubelli and Bevilacqua fabrics and original works of art by local artists. La Serenissima also takes center-stage at De Pisis, the acclaimed restaurant from which diners can watch the gondolas gliding down the Grand Canal.

In the heart of Venice, the property is within walking distance to the major monuments and cultural highlights.

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Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa

Venice, Italy

Housed in a historic palace originally designed by renowned Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, this boutique hotel reopened in 2006 after a complete and doting restoration undertaken by its owning family. Set on Venice's Giudecca Island (historically Venice's garden place), the retreat is complemented by an all-natural organic spa with holistic treatments and rituals for couples and friends. The rooms and suites are decorated with floral tapestries in pastel palettes and adorned with terraces overlooking either the gardens or the lagoon. Best of all is the experience upon arriving via the hotel's solar-powered boat: the atmosphere and sounds of the garden immediately propel guests into an oasis of serenity.

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Bauer Il Palazzo

Venice, Italy

The Bauer’s Il Palazzo, a striking boutique property overlooking the Grand Canal, has a Gothic façade, bright red awnings and arched lancet windows. Owner Francesca Bortolotto Possati has a background in European art and antiques, and it shows in the skillfully designed interiors, with restored stucco, trompe l'oeil ceilings, crafted woodwork, silk wall coverings and traditional fabrics from Venice’s acclaimed Rubelli and Bevilaqua houses. Ms. Possati has worked with local artisans to recreate 18th-century splendor as well as give a personal touch to this hotel. Just steps from Piazza San Marco, it excels at customizing itineraries for its guests. There's a private dock for transfers, and guests can take advantage of the spa at sister property Bauer’s Palladio Hotel’s Spa on nearby Giudecca Island.

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Belmond Hotel Cipriani

Venice, Italy

Even the most blasé traveler is blown away when arriving at the legendary Belmond Hotel Cipriani, the pastel-colored, 15th century palazzo on leafy Giudecca Island. The extraordinary setting was not lost on the city’s greatest romantic, Giacomo Casanova, who is said to have had secret trysts in the gardens. The first impression continues in the opulent interiors, which feature silk brocade furnishings, frescoed ceilings and intricate murals. After a major refurbishment, the new décor captures the essence of Venice with Murano glass, antique mirrors, fabrics by Fortuny and Rubelli and handmade artifacts by local craftsmen. The best views overlook the Venetian skyline, though thanks to the gorgeous garden setting, there are no bad views here everywhere you look, Venice meets your gaze.

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Due Torri Hotel

Verona, Italy

Occupying a historic 14th-century palace, Due Torri Hotel is situated in the heart of Verona, just a stone's throw from Juliet's famous balcony. The superb quality of the furnishings and the professional service are highly valued by its devoted international clientele. Extensive recent refurbishments have yielded a fresh facade, contemporary touches, a new dining room, an exclusive interior courtyard, ideal for cocktails, dinners and buffet suppers, and a panoramic terrace with spectacular views of the history dity center. Rooms and suites are appointed with period furniture, and hand-crafted marble in warm tones, mosaic decorations, and refined textiles.

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Venice, Italy

Location

Location

+39

Country Dialing Code

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230 volts AC, 50Hz

Round two-pin or three-pin plugs are standard.

Electricity

Electricity

GMT + 1

(GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to Saturday before last Sunday in October)

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