Located in front of a canal, in one of the most exclusive districts of the city, Ca Maria Adele hotel is only a few steps away from Church of Santa Maria della Salute and St. Mark's Square.
The hotel is a easily accessed by either public or private transport.
"BEST CHRISTMAS DECORATION EVER"
I travel a lot and I normally leave reviews but I think that Ca Maria Adele deserves it all!! I strongly believe this the best best place where to spend an incredible break during Christmas time! Magical, impeccable and outstanding. Can't wait to go back. Well done!
"Unique and special"
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying here in September. This is an unusual facility and not for everyone, but it is wonderful for a special clientele. The hotel is a small restored old Venetian palazzo, and the restoration is exquisite, though also quirky, with a fun spin to it. (For example, monkeys adorn the light fixture in the sitting area as well as photos on those walls.) The restoration is gorgeous, elegant and luxurious, down to every detail. The walls are covered in gorgeous fabric, the furniture looks antique, yet the bathrooms are the height of modernity. The rooms are all different and have a theme to the decor. A great deal of thought has been given to make the rooms comfortable. Separate lighting is provided at each side of the bed. A mini refrigerator is stocked (complimentary) with a wide variety of beverages. A generous and thorough assortment of toiletries are of the most luxurious quality. Included in your stay is a huge breakfast...... You place an order the night before and may choose any items in any quantity. Dine on the outdoor terrace (tiny but quaint), in room, in sitting room or in the gorgeous breakfast room. Everything fresh and delicious. Love that Italian coffee to start the day! I cannot say enough about the warmth and helpfulness of the staff. (Though not all of them were fluent in English, we did not find this to be a problem. We always managed to communicate, though my slight knowledge of Italian was helpful at times.) They always went out of their way to make our visit the easiest and most pleasant as it could be. At one point, we were having some difficulty with the luggage regulations for our next flight, and they ended up having me sit behind the reception desk to use their computer and help me figure it out in front of them. The four stars instead of five does not reflect any fault or egregious error on the part of anyone involved, but is merely a reflection of the limitations that sometimes accompany staying in a small and quaint place. Assuming you are aware ahead of time of the following comments, and do not find them problematical for your needs, you will adore this special place: - stairs are extremely narrow and steep. There is no actual handrail. It is a beautiful velvet rope, anchored in several places by a medallion attached to the wall. You must use extreme caution. I think there one or two rooms on the main floor, but they are most likely not very quiet. - the only public area to sit in is a very small sitting room downstairs. It is beautiful, but I did not find it very comfortable or relaxing. If you are traveling with another couple or family members, there really is no adequate spot to congregate, relax or visit for any length of time. - The hotel is next to the most beautiful church. We loved the sight of it outside our windows. Be aware that there are church bells, however. As I sleep with ear plugs, this was not a problem for me. - There is no closet or drawers per se, but a rod and shelves hidden behind some gorgeous drapery. Personally, this did not bother me at all, and I thought this made the room even more attractive, but I think it could bother some people - We found the location (Dorsoduro) to be fantastic, because it is right near a water taxi stop. However, if this is your first visit to Venice, you need to be aware that it is not in the midst of the tourist area. We loved that! Its great for wandering and exploring, but if you like to be more in the midst of the liveliness, it may be a little quiet for you. Its not a spot to be in if you are looking for nightlife, although of course plenty of bars and cafes everywhere in Venice. - The only real problem we had with the room was the shower/tub. It was very slippery and really needed a handrail of some kind to be safe. Not recommended for older people. It also leaked badly. And because the floor from the bathroom to the bedroom sloped down, we ended up with a lot of water puddling on the floors. We did let them know of the problem, and I am sure they will resolve it in the near future. All in all, being aware of and fine with the above limitations, this is an amazing, unusual and truly unique place. We loved it!
I only have positive things to say about this hotel! We had a wonderful stay for our anniversary it's in a fab location and the staff so helpful and friendly! The rooms are lovely and beds comfortable also the breakfast was great. You hear the beautiful church bells in the morning really felt like you were in Venice just wonderful, Would highly recommend this hotel!
"Hotel goes above and beyond in service"
This is a truly awesome place to stay. I reserved a room at the annex and received an upgrade to one of the main rooms in the hotel. The good.... Service was amazing could not have asked for more. Breakfast was fantastic also service was amazing. The not so good.. the only two complaints I have is that (1) the hotel is very hot, I am not sure why they keep is so warm perhaps because of the humidity. There are no temperature controls in the room but it was cool enough with windows open the problem was there were no screens and this allowed mosquitos or whatever to join us. (2) the upgrade had a beautiful large modern bathroom however it was a full flight of stairs away. I will end with again with complimenting the hotel on the perfect service they provided.
"Sumptuous rooms in a very luxurious hotel.."
A perfect example of an upmarket boutique hotel, the quality is totally luxurious. We had travelled down on the Orient Express, and after the transfer across the bay by Vaporetti, the Maria Adele simply continued the story.. The reception we received was excellent - we were led into a lounge, and given crystal glasses of Prosecco, with some nibbles while out bags were taken to the room. The service is charming and friendly, and no request was any bother - totally efficiency. Amazingly, it was also quiet...an enclave just out of reach of the hustle and bustle of the Grand Canal. Breakfast on the terrace is also to be recommended..
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM