Molino Stucky, Hilton

by Web Editor

A former mill converted into an elegant hotel boasting a Michelin-starred restaurant and a skyline rooftop bar.

An exquisite work of industrial archaeology, in 2007, this former late 19th century Neo-Gothic flour mill was transformed into a luxury hotel that dominates the western end of the Giudecca Island. The Hilton Molino Stucky welcomes guests into a unique ambience, where Venetian tradition and the allure of the lagoon are re-interpreted in the sumptuous furnishings of its lobby and the exquisite upholstery of its rooms. Guests can savour local flavours, updated with a contemporary twist, at the hotel’s famous Bacaromi restaurant, indulge in a Mediterranean gastronomic experience at the sophisticated Aromi restaurant or meet at the more informal Rialto Lobby Bar & Lounge for a relaxing lunch or dinner. An absolute ‘must’ for those with a sweet tooth is Piazzetta Nutella where guests can savour a choice of sweet treats created with Italy’s famous hazelnut spread. For one of the most panoramic sundowners you’re likely to experience in Venice, head to the terrace of the Skyline Rooftop Bar where you can enjoy complimentary access to its rooftop pool which, according to Lonely Planet, features the best views over Venice (check this events location). Relax poolside on a sun lounger during the day, enjoy an aperitivo at sunset or sip an after-dinner cocktail while soaking up the lively atmosphere of a pool party or a DJ set.

INFORMATION

Address: Giudecca, 810


Water boat: Ferry B, Giudecca Hilton stop. A shuttle boat service by the hotel is available from St Mark’s Square and from Zattere to the hotel (Giudecca island) seven days a week. The service is reserved to the hotel guests.


Phone: +39 041 2723 311


Official Website:
molinostuckyhilton.it

GPS: 45.4282, 12.32014
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Top Facilities:
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Multilingual Staff
Restaurant
Rooftop bar
Wheelchair access
Meeting Rooms
Business Centre
Conference Facilities
Rooftop Pool
Rooftop events location

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