A city that is synonymous with romance and Hilton Molino Stucky, a location that can make you daydream
Venice is so dreamed of by future brides all over the planet that it is permanently among the top 5 destinations in the Destination Wedding Italy segment, consolidating in 2019 a global turnover of 540 million euros. The desire to renew the offer on the destination, proposing locations with an alternative mood and out of the box, has led some accommodations to review their positioning in the dedicated segment.
With this in mind, since last November, Hilton Molino Stucky has included Erika Mori in its sales team as Wedding & Private Events Specialist, a role she also holds for the Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel in the Eternal City.
Venice, with its unparalleled and unmistakable ancient palaces, is also home to a modern Venetian masterpiece such as the Hilton Molino Stucky. Built in the 19th century on the picturesque Isola della Giudecca as a mill, today the building is recognized as one of the finest examples of post-industrial architecture in Italy and Europe. Today, it is an icon of Venetian hospitality that in 2020 was included in the V Edition of “100 Eccellenze Italiane” (100 Italian Excellencies) as a testament to its historical value and contribution in offering its guests quality and value touristic experiences.
The hotel offers its guests, arriving from any destination in Italy and the World, the opportunity to celebrate in unique spaces with breathtaking views of the city of Venice and its lagoon: from the highest terrace in the city that houses the panoramic swimming pool and the Skyline Rooftop Bar, the cocktail bar that has been recognized by Lonely Planet as the bar with the most beautiful view in Venice. The terrace of the yachting-style Aromi restaurant, which directly overlooks Venice and the Giudecca canal, is a space of rare beauty. For more intimate and private functions, the Giardino Stucky is perfect, a romantic endroit dominated by greenery located in the heart of the hotel, while larger functions can be held in the Stucky rooms or in the Il Molino restaurant.
The Venetian Ballroom, the largest in the city, together with the foyer, illuminated by natural light, offers the possibility of celebrating until late at night in absolute privacy, thanks also to the soundproofing system and the separate location with privatisable accesses of the wing that hosts it.