Ca Maria Adele


The luxurious Ca Maria Adele is an authentic palace dating back to the 16th century, nowadays converted to a most luxurious, exceptional hotel. Located next to the famous Basilica della Salute, the Ca Maria Adele offers refined accommodation right in the centre of Venice – perfect for exploring the city.


It is gem hidden away in the Venetian maze of canals and historic buildings. Supreme privacy and a quiet setting are guaranteed: the highly comfortable boutique hotel offers only twelve rooms. read more » The foyer is a marvel: Open to two sides, you may arrive by canal or street.


Travel back in time and admire the fine handicrafts found at everywhere in the Ca Maria Adele. The reception boasts woodwork dating back to the 16th century and the stairs are a single piece of art composed of precious marble and crystal.


Another highlight: A sitting room accommodates a French black marble fireplace. Sink onto one of the plush sofas and admire the view of the Basilica della Salute or study the portraits of doges from centuries past. It is the perfect place to unwind after a long and exciting day exploring Venice.


The INTOSOL team visited the Ca Maria Adele Palazzo only recently and was quite unambiguous in its opinion: The luxurious boutique hotel is very special – even for Venice standards!


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At the Ca Maria Adele you may choose between the Standard Rooms, the Junior Suites and the Deluxe Suites. However, you cannot go wrong: Every unit boats creature comforts galore and a highly luxurious read more » design.


Precious African timber and a warm, ochre colour scheme radiate a pleasant, welcoming and cosy ambience. Moreover, every room has been equipped with a satellite TV, DVD player, telephone, internet and an air-conditioning system.


A safe protects your valuables and a mini bar provides a refreshing drink whenever required. The elegant bathrooms are equipped with either a shower or a Jacuzzi bathtub. A hairdryer has, of course, also been installed.


The five Junior Suites feature a theme design: You may choose between the flair of the Orient, the Fire Suite and the Doge Room, which reflects the power and prestige of the position in the old-day Venice.


Golden and dark red are the dominant colours. The decorations and furniture are equally extravagant – a highlight, certainly, the gold and crystal chandelier. The corresponding robes are all that would be left for you to assume the role of the doge.


And what is more, the five extra large windows all look out over Venice. Indulge in the flair of the graceful city without even having to leave the comfort of your home away from home. The other Theme Suites all boast similar comforts.


Last but not least, the two Deluxe Suites are hard to describe with mere words. The recommendation is that you go to experience them with all five senses! They certainly set the standards and exceed even the most seasoned traveller's expectations.


Incidentally, after a good night's rest, step into the wonderfully decked-out breakfast room. The adjacent terrace boasts a magnificent view of the Basilica della Salute. Enjoy a long, leisurely breakfast while raising your appetite for Venice's sights!


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The Ca Maria Adele is the perfect home base for exploring graceful Venice! What will it be? Do you plan to set off on foot or by boat? Either way, a great starting point is a visit to the Basilica della read more » Salute located directly opposite.


And then, of course, there is the world-famous St. Mark's Square alive with the beating wings of thousands of pigeons as well as the clicking of cameras. In fact, it is a highly popular place for celebrities for a photo shooting.


Dominating the square on one side, St. Mark's Cathedral certainly deserves a visit. Later, stop by the Fenice Theatre or the Palazzo Grassi. However, at some stage, you need to leave the busy squares and sights far behind to explore the network of quiet alleys and side streets.


Days can be spent crossing small bridges, strolling past ancient ware and living houses and poking in and out of cobblestoned streets with sleepy cafés. Countless shops sell memorabilia and others specialise on authentic antiques.


The most traditional souvenirs, of course, are the Venetian masks that have become world-famous through the legendary carnival. And tired from all the shopping and sight-seeing, just take a taxi boat to the beach for a spot of sun, sand and sea.


Venice is extremely diverse. It looks back on a long history, is steeped in art and culture and yet also a modern city that bustles with activity. There is the glittering lagoon and there are the many wonderful beaches. Look forward to memorable days!



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