Hilton Molino Stucky Venice

This hotel Venice features 379 rooms and suites, 7 restaurants and bars, including a panoramic rooftop bar, spa, gym, as well as Venice's largest congress center with space for up to 1,000 delegates.

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Geographical coordinates: 45.428178 12.32006

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English Molino Stucky

The Molino Stucky is a Neo-Gothic building in Venice, on the western end of Giudecca island, near the ancient village Fortuny. It was built between 1884 and 1895 by the Swiss businessman Giovanni Stucky, whose father had married into the Italian Forti family and moved to the Veneto, and designed by Ernst Wullekopf. It was first built as a flour mill supplied by boats across the lagoon and also operated as a pasta factory.

Extensions were added in 1895 but it began to decline in the 1910s before being permanently closed in 1955. It was taken on by the Acqua Pia Antica Marcia company (part of the Acqua Marcia Group) in 1994 and a restoration by the Sovrintendenza alle Belle Arti began in 1998. The company went into partnership with the Hilton Hotels chain in the mid-2000s, with a plan to turn it into a hotel and conference centre with 379 rooms, a rooftop swimming pool and a two-thousand seat conference room. Renovation work was already underway when a major fire hit on 15 April 2003, damaging the tower and the centre of the building, whilst the east wall almost collapsed into the river. The complex opened in June 2007 and in autumn 2015 the Acqua Marcia Group went into receivership and moves to sell the complex began.

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German Molino Stucky

Der Molino Stucky (die Stucky-Mühle) ist eine ehemalige Getreidemühle am westlichen Ende der Insel Giudecca in Venedig. Sie gilt als Venedigs bedeutendstes Industriedenkmal.

Das Gebäude wurde Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts im Auftrag des Schweizer Unternehmers Giovanni Stucky im für Italien sehr ungewöhnlichen neugotischen Stil aus Backsteinen errichtet. Dadurch erinnert es, auch durch die Lage direkt am Canale delle Giudecca, an Speicherhäuser in nordeuropäischen Häfen.

In der Zeit vor dem Zweiten Weltkrieg war die Stucky-Mühle die größte Mühle Italiens. Nach der Schließung im Jahre 1955 und langen Jahren des Leerstands begann Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts der Umbau, wobei Wohnungen, ein Hotel und ein Kongresszentrum entstanden. Diese Arbeiten wurden 2003 durch einen Großbrand unterbrochen.

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Polish Hilton Molino Stucky Venice

Hilton Molino Stucky Venice – dawny młyn zbożowy w Wenecji, położony na wyspie Giudecca, nad Canale della Giudecca. Zbudowany pod koniec XIX wieku w stylu neogotyckim na zlecenie przedsiębiorcy Giovanniego Stucky’ego. Wzorem architektonicznym były neogotyckie budynki przemysłowe Północnej Europy, a zwłaszcza budynek browaru Gilde Brauerei w Hanowerze. Od 2007 roku należy do sieci hotelowej Hilton Worldwide. Na cały kompleks architektoniczny składa się 13 budynków, wśród których główny, Mulino Stucky jest jednym z najbardziej znanych zabytków architektury przemysłowej miasta Wenecji.

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Spanish Molino Stucky

El Molino Stucky es un edificio de Venecia (Véneto, Italia), situado en la extremidad occidental de la isla de la Giudecca, junto con la antigua fábrica Fortuny.

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Italian Molino Stucky

Il molino Stucky di Venezia è un palazzo di Venezia, situato all'estremità occidentale dell'isola della Giudecca, accanto all'antico stabilimento Fortuny.

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