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A four-star hotel on the site of a former glass factory in Murano with its own jetty to arrive directly by boat. Enjoy the contemporary industrial interiors that make a change from traditional palazzo chic. Food is top-notch and a small spa offers affordable treatments.

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Wedged between the lagoon and a canal, this waterside property is not difficult to get to. Jump on a Vaporetto from Fondamente Nove in Venice and you can get to Murano in under ten minutes. The hotel is a short walk from any of the stops. Walk in any direction from the hotel and you will find pretty shops selling Murano glass in all its guises.

By plane: direct flights to Venice from London take 2 hours. Take an airport boat (30 minutes) to reach the hotel, or a water taxi. Book flights to Venice.

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This industrial-style hotel in a former glass-making factory is completely different to most Venetian hotels. Instead of antiques and chandeliers, there are modern Murano lamps, bright-coloured velvet furniture, bare brickwork and polished concrete floors. Floor-to-ceiling windows are framed by turquoise curtains and vaulted wooden ceilings are lined with the exposed pipes of the sprinkler system.


From the enthusiastic staff at the front desk welcoming you to the hotel, to the excellent English of the restaurant manager who will describe every dish, you will be well looked after at this four-star hotel. The spa has a sauna, steam and experience shower and a small menu of treatments.

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


Rooms are minimal and modern with white painted brickwork, white or turquoise headboards and cushions and many have decked wooden terraces or views looking out directly to the lagoon. Bathrooms mainly have showers, but a few have tubs; all rooms have coffee machines, minibars and kettles (which aren't standard in Italy).

Room types: Superior Room, Premium Room, Premium Room with Terrace, Family Room, Junior Suite, Junior Suite Duplex, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bath or shower, tea and coffee facilities, TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi


The restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a laid-back environment. Dishes are full of flavour and highlight the local produce, be it cuttlefish from the lagoon (with the ink used to dye the accompanying bread) or artichokes from Sant'Erasmo island. Choose from an à la carte or a five- or seven-course tasting menu.

Restaurant: local and Mediterranean specialities.

Bar: juices, cocktails, light meals.

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