Views of the neighboring church of Santa Maria della Salute and the Grand Canal
The romantic entrance — you step straight off a boat and into reception
Friendly and attentive staff manage the miraculous: always there when you want them, and invisible when you don’t
What To Know
There's a 24-hour concierge service
Some of the small, utilitarian bathrooms feel like an afterthought
With no elevator and steps up to the front door, people with mobility issues may have trouble here
Children 15 and under are not permitted
A city tax of approximately $3 per person, per night will be collected by the hotel at checkout
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Cozy 16th-century palazzo in Venice’s Dorsoduro district packed to the oak beam rafters with charm
Not for fans of clean-lined minimalism, the interiors here are an explosion of antique furniture and sumptuous surface decoration — think striped silk, thick pile velvet and heavy damask. Each room is unique. The Sala del Doge is decked out entirely in crimson brocade, with a chandelier dripping in Murano glass; the Sala Noir is an inky boudoir with wrought iron lamps. The reception and lounge are similarly extravagant, with a roaring fireplace, marabou lampshades and etchings of Venice’s historic doges.
Bed and Bath
The rooms are split into three categories, with two Suites on the top floor, five quirky Concept Rooms and five Deluxe Rooms of varying size and hue. The pillows are plump and numerous, and the mattresses soft. The toiletries aren’t anything to write home about, and bathrooms in the Deluxe Rooms are small and functional, with so-so water pressure. However, they have great whirlpool baths.
This is a small hotel, so it's not overendowed with amenities. There's a large breakfast room, but most guests prefer to take their fresh fruit, cereals, eggs, bacon and coffee (very good coffee, in fact) in bed. There's a room service menu with perfectly good sandwiches and salads — but really, with so many great restaurants nearby, you’re advised to be adventurous. There is also a rooftop bar, decorated in a rich Moroccan style, which is glorious for sundowners or nightcaps.
Ca Maria Adele
How to Get There
The preferred airport for Ca Maria Adele is Venice (VCE-Marco Polo) - 8.3 km / 5.1 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.