An extraordinary venue to host extravagant affairs, perched on the Grand Canal, Aman offers a serene but central setting in San Polo, Venice. Built-in the 16th century, Aman is one of only eight palazzi monumentali in Venice, comprising frescoed interiors where iconic landmarks and priceless art is revealed at every turn. Aman is one of the most magnificent of all Luxury Wedding venues in Venice.
Venice is a popular destination amongst the elite to host their luxury weddings and private parties. The site of high-society soirées, Aman has hosted various high profile events over the last few centuries. George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin hosted their wedding at Aman Venice in 2014 and their rehearsal dinner at Belmond Hotel Cipriani. Guests including Cindy Crawford, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie came to celebrate the grandiose affair at the only seven-star hotel in Venice.
Soley accessible by the hidden jetty entrance, Aman’s secluded locations shields guests from the public eye offering complete discretion where even the largest of celebrations can go unnoticed.
A Venetian Wedding Venue Enveloped in History
Venice is known as the romantic and aquatic Italian city, wrapped in Rococo glamour and charm. Aman exceeds expectations with exquisite taste, artistic craftsmanship of its interiors and views over the lagoon that will take your breath away.
Aman acts as a window to the city's historic splendour and high culture. Situated only moments away from the Rialto Bridge and St Mark’s square, the prime location allows you to be amid the world's most historical landscapes and diverse nature, whilst the hidden location of Aman offers complete exclusivity and privacy from the public.
Luxury Wedding Venue in Venice
Grand or intimate, indoors or out - Aman Venice’s charming location offers the perfect space for your guests. The venue can only be used if hired exclusively, giving the complete creative freedom to uniquely design every space for your bespoke event.
The Canal Grande Garden is one of the few gardens in Venice that offers views over the canal. Making it a unique and impressive backdrop for your wedding ceremony. On a beautiful day, a small structure can be built in the lush garden. Otherwise, inside is the most remarkable, with the interiors combining a reverence for the past and an appreciation of the present.
The Second Noble Floor is the largest room in the venue and hosts some of the most treasured valuables. Featuring high ceilings and offering impressive views across the lagoon, the room is well-suited to cater up to 100 guests seated.
The Ballroom boasts views across the Grand Canal, three golden chandeliers and Marmorino stucco work draw your attention. The room comfortably fits 50 guests on either two rectangular or six round tables for dinner.
The Tiepolo Room is the perfect place to enjoy a small intimate dinner or live music, with the capacity of up to 80 standing guests. Or the Guarana Room leads off the salon and features a ceiling fresco painted by Jacopo Guarana plus a 66inch TV for private screenings.
Aman Grand Canal Hotel Accommodation
Aman Hotel unsurpassed luxury accommodation features 24 signature suites. The decor of each room hosts timeless designs of the work from some of the most iconic Italian artists. Presenting complementary furnishings and elegant chandeliers, each space is a carefully cultivated veneer of refinement. For larger parties, the rest of your guests can stop at The Gritti Palace just nearby or the charmingwhich is less than a 10-minute journey away and holds 96 luxury rooms and suites.
At Aman, discretion is paramount and staff are unobtrusive - materialising when needed and vanishing if not. With total exclusivity to hold your private event, each space can be utilised to create an impressive location for your bespoke wedding and party.
Scarlet specialise in the complex production of unique weddings and meaningful celebrations for the most discerning clientele across the world. Contact us today to speak to our luxury wedding planners and party planners to organise your event at Aman in Venice.