Meeting Venues, People

Massimiliano Perversi, new General Manager at Hilton Molino Stucky Venice

January 2022

Massiiliano Perversi - Hilton Molino Stucky Venice - Veneto

Massimiliano Perversi takes the leadership of the 5-star luxury hotel in Venice at the beginning of a challenging 2022

Massimiliano Perversi, new General Manager of Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, has to his credit a long experience in the Hotel industry. He has been working for national and international hotels, such as the Four Seasons in Milan and Santa Barbara in California, the Hotel De Russie in Rome, the Carlton Baglioni in Milan, Marina di Scarlino for the Ferragamo group and the hotels and restaurants of the HLH Collection group.

In 2019 he joined the Hilton family taking over the management of the elegant Aleph Rome Hotel Curio Collection by Hilton. He was general manager even in the critical period of the pandemic outbreak and the lockdown phase, managing to keep the hotel open, at a profit even in the most difficult times.

I am proud and happy to take on the leadership of the Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice today, an icon of international hospitality and pride of one of the most fascinating cities in the world – said Massimiliano Perversi at the time of his appointment – I thank the Marseglia group for having entrusted me with one of their most important properties in such a difficult moment. It’s time to face new challenges and seize new opportunities, and the incomparable charm of the venue and the team efficiency will be the essential tools to better face this new seasonality.

The venue

Hilton Molino Stucky Venice is the largest hotel with a convention center in the Lagoon: 379 rooms and suites, 14 meeting rooms and up to 900 people in the Ballroom. Eight bars and restaurants, the second-largest SPA in the city, a panoramic swimming pool make the hotel an ideal location able to satisfy any need. According to Lonely Planet, from the swimming pool and from the Skyline Rooftop Bar, on the eighth floor, it is possible to enjoy “the best view of Venice”.