A hidden jewel at Java’s centre Amanjiwo rests in the shadows of the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world, Borobudur, which reopens to visitors from 1 March 2023.
Overlooking the secret garden beside the Grand Canal, Aman Venice’s Bar serves drinks, tea, late-night snacks and light meals – including Aman’s take on classic Venetian cicchetti – from midday until midnight. A homage to Lord Byron, it’s a warm and inviting space. Explore the largest selection of gins in Venice or request a bespoke cocktail from the award-winning resident mixologist.
Aman Venice’s inviting Bar is inspired by one of the city’s most famous residents, Lord Byron – a famous English poet renowned for his romantic spirit. Echoing the Lord’s eccentric character, The Bar’s cocktail menus are imagined by Bar Manager, Antonio Ferrara, who is also on-hand to create a bespoke created based on each guest’s preferences, should they so wish. Antonio’s playful creativity is also showcased throughout the year, during events such as Venice Cocktail Week and the Architecture Biennale, where exclusive cocktails are crafted and served for a limited time only.
Aman Venice’s Palazzo has held high-society soirées since the 16th Century and this rich history can still be felt today in the opulent Red Room – home of The Bar. Here, intricate silk wall coverings line the walls, and an original fresco by Cesare Rotta and a bespoke chandelier frame the lofty ceiling, creating an atmosphere of time-gone-by. The Bar is perhaps also one of the best places in the city to watch the Venetian sunset, with guests invited to enjoy their drink on the romantic roof terrace, where Venice’s patchwork architecture can be viewed from above.
Restaurants are open to Aman guests and non-residents (subject to availability).
Phone: +39 041 2707333
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