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In celebration of the 72nd Venice Film Festival, Bauer Hotel and Amy Sacco are collaborating to bring the infamous Bunglow 8 to Venice for a five-night residency. If you want a last minute getaway, this event runs from 2–6 September 2015, the guest list-only venue based in the hotel’s B Bar, will offer the only late-night party venue for the luminaries of the film industry.
Bunglow 8’s notorious parties have taken place in New York, London, Cannes, LA, Miami and Toronto and are always the hottest ticket in town – discrete, mysterious and intriguing.
The Bauers Red Carpet Experience also offers guests the chance to mingle with the stars and experience the red carpet for themselves, with a stay at the hotel, tickets for two to a film premier and dinner at the hotel’s stunning De Pisis Restaurant overlooking the Grand Canal.
The Bauer Hotel offers 97 spacious, luxurious guest rooms and 22 suites with beautiful early 14th-15th century furnishings complemented by subtle yet unmistakable Venetian accents. All accommodations have been lovingly and routinely updated in order to capture the contemporary spirit of Venetian Living. Marble bathrooms, precious fabrics by Bevilacqua and Rubelli, Venetian craftsmanship, wood mouldings have been sourced locally, as a tribute to the Venetian people and their traditions.