Arriving by water you will find the hotel basking in the light of one of Venice’s most prolific churches, Maria della Salute. The Ca Maria Adele dates back to the 15th Century and was transformed tastefully and maintains much of the Venetian structure. In discovering this hotel you have already bypassed the standard
experience and will be rewarded with rich textures and foreign scents, all of which echo Venice’s trading history. Upon receiving a warm welcome into the waterside reception it is obvious that it
is an experience for all the senses, and in which Ca Maria Adele stands alone. Each room not only has its own distinctive style, but aroma, sound, mood and even a suggested dress code, ‘embroided slippers’ being one. The hotel has chosen to accommodate just 16 rooms but within these you can find, 5 ‘concept rooms’, a private terrace, a bath made to share and even some rooms with requirements such as “ruby rings” and “audacity”. The size of the hotel means you often feel as if the Palazzo is entirely your own.
Murano chandeliers guide your way to your artisanal on suite room. Rich curtains block the sound of the outside world, and towering original beamed ceilings make it easy to forget which century you are in. When you are fully rested breakfast is an experience in itself, continuing the theme of indulgence. Every desire can be satisfied from this menu. Upon choosing to leave the hotel, it can either be from the private launch or by foot. There are world renowned contemporary art galleries, such as the Peggy
Guggenheim, within 3 minute’s walk and beyond this, authentic and truly fantastic restaurants which the concierge are extremely helpful in finding. You will notice yourself gently being reintegrated into the mainstream of Venice’s enticing labyrinth.