Enveloping, luxurious and with a bohemian charm: Ca Maria Adele is an unforgettable accommodation experience.


Twelve rooms overlooking Santa Maria della Salute, located near Punta della Dogana, in the Dorsoduro sestriere of the magnificent city of Venice.

Twelve superb interpretations of style surrounded by 16th-century walls, lulled by the sea. Twelve environments turned into poetic cubic metres that reveal how five centuries left their signature. In 2019, Ca Maria Adele received for the third time the “Best for Romance” Condé Nast Johansens award, given that it spreads beauty in every corner, as it happens for the city of Venice.


There is the Doge’s room with bright red velvet walls, gold-leaf furniture and a chandelier in Murano glass that symbolizes the lavish opulence of the highest authority.

The Fireplace room boasts delicate pastel colours and an impressive 19th-century fireplace coming from the Venetian countryside. The Oriental room with gold and blue shades includes Chinese lacquer furniture and Burmese statues, to relive the charm of the legendary Silk Road. The Noir room calls to mind coffee and spices colours, which have represented the lagoon city for years.


The Moorish room offers a beautiful view, from the Grand Canal to the Giudecca Canal; there are also the deluxe rooms with clean lines and flourishing damask on the walls, which match with the ancient Venetian terrazzo flooring.

The eclectic allure of Ca Maria Adele boasts an elegant and bohemian charm that is sometimes expressed with unusual materials, such as the Japanese tatami on the floor, the trimmed fur that covers a wall with a French fireplace in black marble, two original lamps in Moorish style and the cowhide sofas, placed under the collection of Dogi’s portraits.


Other distinguishing elements: the terrace with Berber touches, the lounge living room with furnishings from all over the world and different eras, the 1950s-inspired room on the main floor and the reception with sofas that seem to be hanging over the water.

The shared spaces – almost obeying a musical chord – harmoniously follow the main topic and reveal environments distinguished by great attention to detail. As many other hotels in Venice, Ca Maria Adele has two entrances: one on land and one on water.

As its city, it is full of contrasts and emotions. A pure marvellous agglomerate that enchants and amazes.

Photography by Alberto Salata – Written by Germana Cabrelle

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