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A modern urban-style hotel on the sleepy island of Murano in the Venetian lagoon. Enjoy rooms facing the water, modern Italian cuisine and an elevated terrace to enjoy a drink with a view across the water.

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The hotel is located between the lagoon and a canal, making it easy to get around and explore. Walk around the island and you'll find plenty of shops selling the famous Murano glass.

Take the vaporetto from Fondamente Nove in Venice and you can get to Murano in under ten minutes. There are plenty of stops nearby.

By plane: London to Venice takes 2 hours, after which, an airport boat (or water taxi) takes 30 minutes to the hotel. Book flights to Venice.

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Paying homage to its home as a former glass-making factory, you'll find plenty of modern Murano lamps. Coloured velvet furniture, bare brickwork and polished concrete floors complete the look at this boutique hotel.


Staff are enthusiastic and you'll be well looked after. There's a spa with sauna, steam and experience shower. A small treatment menu is also available.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are modern and minimalist - with coffee machines (and kettles) and minibars. Bathrooms mainly have showers. Many of the rooms have a wooden terrace - expect lagoon views.

Room types: Superior, Premium, Family, Junior Suite, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee-making facilities, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi


The restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine and showcases local produce, including cuttlefish from the lagoon and artichokes from Sant'Erasmo island. We loved the cuttlefish tagliatelle served with fondant potatoes with horseradish, tomato powder and squid ink.

Restaurant: local and Mediterranean specialities. Open for all-day dining.

Bar: two-storey bar with terrace, serving wine, cocktails and soft drinks, as well as light bites and bar snacks.

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