Two types of Junior Suites are available: Classic and Lagoon View. Some have a wonderful view over St. Mark’s Basin and the island of San Giorgio, for a breathtaking panorama.
Original Venetian Style, original period furniture, original Murano chandeliers. Superior rooms are the perfect choice for anyone who won’t settle for imitations.
The Classic Suites feature an elegant entrance, a separate living room with period furniture, a large Italian marble bathroom, a wardrobe and a comfortable twin or double bedroom.
Lagoon View Suite
Lagoon View Suites feature an elegant entrance, a separate living room with period furniture, a large Italian marble bathroom, a wardrobe and a comfortable twin or double bedroom. Some suites have wonderful views over the Lagoon and St. Mark’s Basin, others over Venice’s small canals running along the walls of St. Mark’s Square and the Royal Gardens.
Giorgione Terrace Suite
Located on the top 5th floor, the Giorgione Terrace Suite is on two levels: on the first level being the living room, while an elegant bedroom and two large marble bathrooms are on the upper floor. A special feature of this suite is the Altana, a typical Venetian raised wooden terrace overlooking the city’s rooftops that will make your stay a unique and unforgettable experience.
San Giorgio Terrace Suite | 1-bedroom or 2-bedroom
The San Giorgio Terrace Suite is one of the most exclusive “Baglioni Suites” and boasts a breath-taking view of San Giorgio Island, with 100m2 private outdoor terraces, the perfect place to host special events and parties or to simply relax and unwind. Situated on the 3rd floor, the suite is 125m2, including a comfortable dining and living area, an elegant master bedroom as well as a Carrara and Grey Stone marble bathroom. The concept of the suite is enhanced by handmade craftsmanship and beautiful detailing, such as Venetian and French precious fabrics, wood panelling adorning the walls, handmade Versailles parquet and original Fortuny lamps by Venetia Studium. Antique furniture pieces are personally selected from the private collection of Commendatore Roberto Polito, President and Founder of Baglioni Hotels.