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Top 5 most luxurious hotels in Venice

Opulence, drama and exclusive services, these five hotels in Venice will blow your mind.

If your budget is healthy and you are after all the luxury money can buy, these hotels will not disappoint.

Hotel Danieli

Pure luxurious drama. The 14th century building offers traditional five star atmosphere with very high ceilings, silk curtains, Murano chandeliers and a roof top restaurant that is as dreamy as it sounds. Spot one or two celebrities there if you can bear leaving your room.

Hotel Danieli

The Gritti Palace

This hotel occupies a stunning 15th century building with the most of the Venetians postcard views. Sumptuous decor and interior, this hotel is filled with antiques and History. It also has a wonderful, even if little, spa. It also has an exclusive deck for a gondola service, should you need one.

Gritti Palace Hotel

Bauer Palazzo

One of the most luxurious in the world, the Bauer brand has a number of five star accommodation in Venice. The Bauer Palazzo is of unimaginable grandeur and it can be ever so slightly intimidating due to its astonishing splendour. But I suspect it will only take you one minute to feel like you belong in this piece of heaven.

Bauer Palazzo

Hotel Cipriani

One of the most famous hotels in Venice, this lavish spot prides itself for its Olympic size swimming pool, a real rarity in busy Venice. It does market itself as a hotel for the romantic types, but also make some reference to families. Obviously all very grown up, services and interior, the Cipriani offers a wealth of exclusive and complimentary treats to its guests. A highlight is naturally their Michelin star restaurant.

Hotel Cipriani

Hotel Baglioni Luna

A true feast for the eyes, this grand hotel highlights culture and arts with imposing galleries carefully placed in the spectacular architecture. The view over the lagoon is out of this world and the suites and rooms follow the rich and opulent Venetian style.

Baglioni Luna Hotel

Venice is a unique city, a dream, a surreal experience. However, if for you it is totally realistic to spend anything between £400 to £2,000 per night, then this small but precise list should be all you need.

Buon viaggio.