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On the banks of Giudecca Island, a thriving artistic centre of Venice, stands a modern Venetian Masterpiece. The Molino Stucky, once a flourishing flourmill, is now internationally recognised as one of Italy’s iconic pieces of industrial architecture. Beautifully restored, it now houses...
We really enjoyed our time at this hotel. We had been a little reluctant to stay here since it wasn’t on the main island, however Hilton provided a boat shuttle back and forth all day long. They charged a small price per person, and you...More
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We had a great stay here. Room was clean and spaceous.
House keeping was excellent, had a knock on the door each night to check we were ok and to give us sweets. The standard of cleaning was brilliant and they were so quick.
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Response from MolinoStuckyHilton, General Manager at Hilton Molino Stucky Venice HotelResponded 8 June 2018
Thank you for your lovely comments about the hotel and I am glad to read that you have enjoyed your stay with us. I am delighted to hear that you thoroughly enjoyed our breakfast together with the service our Team Members provide. We...More
Where to start? Okay it is quite difficult, so let’s do it chronologically:
Check-In was smooth, friendly and quickly. As a Gold-member, I was upgraded to a nice room on executive floor.
The bed was cozy and the room nice and clean.
But then the...More
If you are flying into Venice, I would recommend contacting the hotel beforehand and purchasing their personal airport pickup service. You will be glad you did. We were greeted at the airport by a Hilton representative who helped us with our luggage and escorted us...More
Giudecca is a retreat for Venetians away from the crowds. Symbolically, six metal teeth represent Venice’s six sestieri (districts); the seventh, Guidecca, points away from the others – part of Dorsoduro, but separated by the Giudecca Canal. Giudecca evolved from a center of shipyards and factories to a quiet residential area with a sprinkling of restaurants and bars. The majestic
harmonious Redentore church stands as thanks for delivering Venice from the plague, hosting an annual heartfelt festival.
The cost by public water taxi to and from the airport is approximately 15 euros per person. The hotel has its own water bus which costs 7 euros for the duration of your stay for however many times you use it to reach the... More
The cost by public water taxi to and from the airport is approximately 15 euros per person. The hotel has its own water bus which costs 7 euros for the duration of your stay for however many times you use it to reach the centre. Hope this helps.
Response from truegrits1 | Reviewed this property |
We asked the Hilton Stucky Molino to contract a private taxi for us since I didn't want to worry about taking a public taxi and having to take so long to get over there with stops for other passengers (plus we were coming in... More
We asked the Hilton Stucky Molino to contract a private taxi for us since I didn't want to worry about taking a public taxi and having to take so long to get over there with stops for other passengers (plus we were coming in late at night and we didn't want to worry about wandering around trying to figure out who to take us there). When you get your luggage, you then go through sets of double doors to the "outside". When we got there, we were expecting to see a guy standing holding a sign for us, but we didn't see someone. We went to the taxi service booth right there and told them we were expecting a taxi. He had our name and told us right where to go. As we walked to our taxi, there were many "hawkers" trying to get us to take their taxi. We were glad we had pre-arranged ours so we didn't have to feel uncomfortable. There was also a taxi line we saw (again made us happy we didn't have to wait in line since we had pre-arranged). The Hilton has a shuttle boat that runs back and forth to Venice (Hilton is on Guidecca). This is a great little (free) shuttle and was very easy to use. It takes you right over relatively near San Marco Square to start your fun. It's very crowded where you get off, but it's a good starting place. You can get a day pass (or maybe weekly) for the public taxis, and I'd recommend you look into this. It's a lot of walking which can get tiring. I hope this helps! Have fun!