Ca Maria Adele


Ca Maria Adele, Venice, is an indulgent mix of two worlds. Lying within the walls of a 16th-century Venetian palazzo and hidden amongst the waterways of the city, it’s a private bolthole of contrasts demonstrating old grandeur on the exterior with a modern, sleek and luxurious interior. It is lavish, quirky, intimate, romantic and utterly lovely.


Tucked away behind the landmark church of Santa Maria della Salute in the pleasantly quiet, gallery-filled Dorsoduro sestiere, the historic 16th century palazzo Ca Maria Adele is one of Venice’s crowning jewels.
Very intimate and very stylish: there’s a welcoming hush to this little place, where guests are made to feel immediately at home. This is a grown-up getaway to make the honeymooners hallelujah; where 12 rooms are dressed-up-to-the-nines in swathes of velvety soft fabrics that hang floor-to-ceiling. Fur lines the walls as dazzling oversized Murano glass chandeliers hang from the ceiling to shine upon exotic teak wood furnishings.


Ca Maria Adele is 21st-century palazzo perfection and a hedonistic feast for all the senses where you’ll find a Moroccan-styled terrace with couples whispering sweet-nothings at twilight and a beautifully laid-out honesty bar for a nightcap under the stars.


With its Murano chandeliers, flock wallpaper and heavy damask fabrics, the Ca Maria Adele is absolutely Venetian, but its African wood, polished concrete and laid-back, bohemian atmosphere mean it is also undeniably modern.
Ca Maria Adele takes Venetian style to gothic extreme in five statement concept rooms. An additional five deluxe rooms and two top-floor suites are equally plush, with an air of warm, welcoming urbanity in this very grown-up hotel overlooking the Salute.


The five concept rooms, two suites (one with a balcony) and five deluxe rooms are all delightfully decorated with subtle tones, beautiful dark-wood furniture and marble bathrooms. The Sala Noire with its black Murano glass chandelier is deliciously decadent.


Facing the canal, Ca Maria Adele has its own water entrance, leading into the reception. It’s a short hop to the vaporetto stop and on to San Marco.For an arrival that befits the Adele, take a vintage speedboat direct from Marco Polo airport to the hotel lobby where a cool glass of Prosecco awaits, along with the relaxed breakfast policy: whenever, wherever and however!


All bookings made at Ca Maria Adele through L’e Marquis qualify for BEARMILES and BEARPLUS advantages. L’e Marquis guests will enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine.