All three hotels are conveniently located in the same area, one minute walk from one another.


  The Hotel, which overlooks the Grand Canal, is in one of Venice's most charming and atmospheric areas. The Hotel Monaco has majestic views of the Church of Santa Maria della Salute and the island of San Giorgio and it is just next to Cà Giustinian the historical site of the Biennale. From 1638 the building, originally belonging to the Dandolo family, hosted the first "Ridotto Pubblico", a place to which nobility and people from all walks of life, (adventurers, courtesans, swindlers, and travelers) would retire for pleasure and intrigue. Giacomo Casanova considered this place the ideal backdrop for his conquests. The recent restoration has managed to revive, with a contemporary feel, the atmosphere of this historic building.
The Hotel Monaco has 100 rooms furnished in grand style for those who want to stay in Venice and become part of its history.

  The deluxe five-star Bauer Hotel offers its guests warm hospitality, impeccable service and a genteel atmosphere that have long made this grand hotel a Venice favorite of artists and royalty for generations. Located in the heart of Venice, the Bauer Hotel's main entrance is on Campo San Moisè, just a five-minute walk from St Mark's Square and the most elegant shops in Venice. The hotel also benefits from a own water dock in Rio di San Moisè, a small canal off Venice's Grand Canal, frequented by gondoliers throughout the summer.
Encompassing the true atmosphere of Venice, Bauer Hotel offers 97 luxurious and spacious guest rooms and 18 suites, all retaining a nostalgic charm, with beautiful furnishings from the early 1950th, perfectly blended with modern facilities and up-to-date technological innovation, accompanied by enticing views of Venice.

  Near the Piazza San Marco and moments away from the most important museums and monuments of Venice, the Luna Hotel Baglioni is the oldest Hotel in the city. In fact, chronicles from the 15th century refer to the “Locanda della Luna" while in 1118, the Knights Templar stayed in a building on this site during their visit to the Venetian Republic. In the 18th the building was decorated with the frescoes which ornament the luxurious lounge and which were created by pupils of the great painter Giambattista Tiepolo. Style: the oldest hotel in the city. Thanks to the important renovation work, elegant and prestigious furnishings and a refined exclusive service, the Luna Baglioni Hotel offers to its guests a delightful break in the aristocratic beautiful surroundings with a view of the San Marco Basin and the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore.