Once Italy is added to the green list, it could be the perfect time to visit the deserted canals of Venice, before the tourists mist descends once more.
Formerly a flour mill factory on the peaceful island of Giudecca, Hilton Molino Stucky Venice is a modern Venetian masterpiece steeped in history. The historically listed building has been exquisitely restored with a series of recent refurbishments including: a brand-new Presidential Suite fondly referred to as the First Lady Suite after Michelle Obama previously stayed whilst on holiday with her daughters.
This breath-taking, newly renovated 300 sqm suite is the highest suite in Venice, which is on two levels, with direct access to the hotel’s rooftop pool and panoramic terrace while the private whirlpool, sauna and fitness area are located on the first floor. Private access to the Molino Stucky iconic panoramic tower by a private staircase provides a truly exclusive experience to admire Venice from the sky.
The stunning new presidential suite is stylish and modern with artistic design created and designed by Studio Forino and local influences such as Murano glass featured throughout the suite. The presidential suite includes refined details such as Frette linen and towels designed especially for the new suite. A private elevator with lobby access is exclusive to the suite for the extra discreet traveller.
Hilton Molino Stucky Venice also has a newly refurbished King Molino Executive Suite, a Molino Junior Suite with sitting room and Molino Tower Suite – these stunning NEW suites are now open and offer exclusivity, privacy and Italian luxury at its finest.
Nightly rates begin at €180 per night based on double occupancy with breakfast included. Molino suites start from €500 per night. Visit their website here.
Mark Bibby Jackson
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