DHK Architects, Marco Piva and M2 Atelier collaborate for Venice DoubleTree

Hilton Worldwide’s DoubleTree by Hilton brand expanded its presence in Italy with the DoubleTree by Hilton Venice - North. The 203-room hotel is the latest addition to the brand’s portfolio and joins recent European DoubleTree by Hilton openings in London, Moscow and Warsaw. The hotel operates under a franchise agreement with owner D Hotels S.r.l.

Designed by DHK Architects, Marco Piva and M2 Atelier, DoubleTree by Hilton Venice - North has a glass exterior and landscaped courtyard.

The hotel has King and Twin Guest Rooms of an average size of 269 square feet. All rooms have a flat screen 32-inch TV and complimentary Wi-Fi. These bedrooms also feature 200x200 or 100x200 beds and include an extra-large mattress, topper, duvet and four pillows.

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Suites are also available, measuring an average of 592 square feet. The suites offer views overlooking the garden and have a king size bed, separate living room, separate guest bathroom with tub, a work area, complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity and two 40-inch HDTV flat screen televisions. A Nespresso coffee machine and tea kettle are also available. The suites can be connected to one extra twin guest room.

For events, the property has a modular conference center, which is arranged over 13,993 square feet, with an additional 1,673 feet of flexible working space. Larger business groups and private functions can be accommodated in the hotel’s banqueting space, which can hold up to 360 guests.

Other amenities include the Turkish and outdoor pools, and the 24-hour fitness center. For dining, available is Arco, the hotel’s restaurant.

PHOTOS FROM DOUBLETREE BY HILTON VENICE NORTH

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