Come here for designer fabulousness at an outlet price. Jewel-toned colour schemes and (naturally) Murano glass chandeliers illuminate high-ceilinged, parquet-floored rooms, and there are free drinks and snacks in the minibar. Expect canal views and unparalleled art-glass shopping, but eerie calm once the shops close around 6pm. Ask at the front desk about fishing excursions and Venetian rowing lessons.
Murano Palace is comprised of a restored 18th century house and a palace from the early 20th century. Most rooms are furnished with precious fabrics, in the Venetian style of the 18th century.
Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast served every morning in the breakfast room. With just a short stroll it is also possible to find restaurants and pizzerias offering Italian and Veneto specialities.
Quick connection to Venice historic centre, day and night, is possible with water buses travelling back and forth every 10 minutes. The nearest stop is Murano Colonna, less than 400 metres away.
Venice Marco Polo Airport is a 25-minute water-bus ride away. Piazza San Marco is less than 10 minutes’ away by water bus.