Hotel Murano

Is there such a thing as hotel karma?

I doubt it… but after my stay at Hotel Murano in Tacoma I feel like I was being repaid for my stay at the 500 West hotel/hostel in San Diego.

Hotel Murano Lobby Art

It was fancy. Definitely the nicest hotel I have ever stayed at.

There was glass art EVERYWHERE. Which makes sense because apparently “Murano” is a type of Italian glass… I didn’t know until my mom told me.

Chandeliers, statues, lighting installments, and fishing lures in the lobby…

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And each floor featured a different glass artist from around the world.

Hotel Murano Floor 8 Art

Then there were the rooms… oh my. Comfy beds, fancy bathrobes, beautiful bathrooms…

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My wet boots and chest waders were completely out of place… so I kept them in a corner.

Hotel Murano: My Out of Place Gear

My favorite features of the room were the Pillow, iPod, and Faith menus.

Forget your iPod? No worries. They had pre-loaded iPods with a selection of music genres.

Hotel Murano iPod Menu

Pillow too soft? Too small? That’s cool, you can request a “firm” pillow or even a body pillow to make you more comfortable.

Hotel Murano Pillow Menu

We only stayed one night for our two-day training workshop down at USGS… but I wouldn’t mind going back (especially with the government rate since it was for work)!


One response to “Hotel Murano

  1. There’s something really wonderful about a nice hotel. And that one looks oober nice!

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