Nestled in the heart of Venice, in the historic stock exchange building erected in 1929, the latest offering from French luxury brand Nolinkski has opened its doors. The building, now a designated historical monument, is reimagined as a hotel radiating the opulence and elegance of a bygone era.
The interiors offer a harmonious blend of Art Nouveau and Art Deco inspirations. Some elements, like the wrought-iron railings adorned with seahorses, have been meticulously restored, while others have been masterfully imagined by designers Yann Le Coadic and Alessandro Scotto. The boutique establishment boasts 42 rooms, an exquisite collection of Venetian glass art, and a library dedicated to art with over 4000 books.
Visitors can indulge in panoramic views from the hotel's pool, bask in the luxury of terrazzo-floored bathrooms, and satiate their culinary desires under the expertise of Michelin-starred chef Philippe Chronopoulos at the hotel's restaurant. Its strategic location opposite the Saint Laurent entrance and adjacent to Chanel provides a hint at the hotel's elite clientele, serving as a haven for the lovers of luxury and history combined.