Hilton Molino Stucky Venice Unveils 24 Exquisite Suites

Venice, a city synonymous with unparalleled beauty and history, is about to enhance its luxury accommodation offerings with the introduction of 24 new suites at the prestigious Hilton Molino Stucky Venice. Located on Giudecca island, this five-star hotel, a former flour mill, is set to elevate the hospitality experience with these suites, scheduled to open their doors in April 2024. Enhanced Suite Offering

The Hilton Molino Stucky Venice’s suite inventory expansion will introduce guests to an even more diverse and luxurious selection. The addition includes four King Molino Family Suites, nine King Molino Executive Suites, and eleven King Molino Executive Suites with captivating views of Venice. This expansion brings the total to an impressive 45 suites, offering a variety of experiences tailored to suit the needs of couples, families, and friends alike. Each suite, designed with sophistication in mind, features a main bedroom and living area, with 32 suites also boasting a comfortable dining area for those intimate moments or celebrations.

In anticipation of their opening, the hotel has released first-look renderings of the new suites. The design palette features calming earth tones, with creams and teals dominating, reflecting the tranquil and sophisticated essence of Venice. The interior pays homage to the building’s historical roots, with exposed wooden beams and brushed oak floors, while incorporating luxurious elements such as black lacquer tables by Chica and crystal chandeliers by Fortuny. The suites are adorned with bespoke ‘Toile de Venice’ Venetian fabric by Rubelli and dreamlike teal-coloured wallpaper by Inkiostro Bianco, enhancing the serene and luxurious ambience.

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The furniture is crafted by bespoke furniture makers Status Contract, featuring carbon fibre bedside tables and eco-leather upholstered pieces by Casamance. Artwork and decorative lighting further evoke Venice’s spirit, with paintings by Grecale and Venetian Murano glass lamps by Italamp, adding a touch of local craftsmanship and elegance.

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Biagio Forino, the acclaimed interior designer, brings his unique vision to the new suites, drawing inspiration from Venice’s magical cityscape and the building’s rich history. Forino’s design philosophy integrates the vibrant colours and textures of the city, intending to immerse guests in the essence of Venice and its myriad surprises.

The new suites will be available to book from April 2024, with starting prices from £729 on a bed and breakfast basis.

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