Ca Maria Adele Venice
Ca Maria Adele in Venice is one of the most beautiful and romantic luxury boutique hotels I have ever stayed at. You are in your fairytale from the moment you walk through the door. It is one of those hotels that will take your breath away with its charm. If you’re coming to Venice for your honeymoon, anniversary or romantic getaway, Ca Maria Adele is the place for you. With their friendly service, they will make your stay unforgettable. The hotel is family-owned by two brothers Nicola and Alessio. They are very dedicated and are putting a lot of time and effort to provide quality and unforgettable hotel experience for their guests.
The hotel is perfectly located in Dorsoduro, a quiet and peaceful part of Venice, away from the tourist areas and massive crowds. I arrived by water taxi, which took around 40 min and it brought me straight to the front door of the hotel. I was very pleased that the hotel was so near the Vaporetto station (Salute stop). From the hotel, you have a short walk to the Basilica of Santa Maria Della Salute, Accademia bridge and around 20 minutes to St. Marks Square. But if you prefer to take the water taxi, the hotel is just one stop from St. Marks across the canal. You can also use the Vaporetto for easy access to the rest of Venice. So, the location is very well connected to other sites and also has a lot of restaurants and bars. You can easily escape the busy areas, but at the same time, you are very close to all the attractions.
Ca Maria Adele is a very beautiful hotel, with its own water entrance. You can use it if you arrive by water taxi. I arrived in early December, so the entrance was nicely decorated with beautiful lights. As I walked through the lobby I saw how luxurious the hotel is and I also noticed a big Christmas tree in the corner. Immediately it put me in a Christmas spirit! I was greeted with a glass of Prosecco and biscuits in the lounge room, while they prepared my room. This was a nice touch! The whole theme of the hotel is very Venetian. The lounge room was beautifully decorated and it felt like a magical wonderland, with a small fireplace in the middle of the room. The rest of the hotel had gorgeous wallpaper in beautiful colors, wooden equipment, great chandeliers, and luxurious decor.
Breakfast is included in the price and it is chosen the night before, with plenty of options to choose from. You will have a great choice which includes omelet, scrambled eggs, cheese, bacon, pastries, fruit, yogurt, tea, and coffee. You can also order a glass of Prosecco (I certainly did that). I appreciated that I was offered the choice of dining. I could choose between dining in my room, in the breakfast room, in the lounge room or up on the terrace.
Ca Maria Adele has 12 rooms and two gorgeous suites, each individually styled. The rooms are unique and tastefully decorated, with different names from Sala Orientale, Sala dei Mori to Sala del Camino. The room I stayed at (called Sala Noire) was spectacular, with a staircase leading up to the bathroom and (almost) private terrace. It was simply breathtaking. The room was very spacious and comfortable, furnished with beautiful decor in shiny black and gold colors. The bed was large and wonderfully comfortable, with soft and firm pillows and the bathroom was stunning with a walk-in shower and a great selection of bathroom amenities (including robes and slippers).
My room had a great view of the church (Santa Maria) and the small canal opposite. Free soft drinks in the minibar were also provided and I was greeted with a bottle of Prosecco, a bowl of fruit and a card wishing a nice stay.
If you are looking for a small, but luxurious boutique hotel, with excellent service, friendly staff, away from the crowds, but with easy access to all the major sites, Venice has to offer, then look no further. You found your perfect Italian fairytale! I felt very special from the moment I arrived at this charming hotel. Ca Maria Adele is a hidden gem not to be missed and I would recommend this hotel for your next stay in Venice!
This article was written in partnership with Ca Maria Adele. All opinions, as always, are our own. Photos are courtesy of Our World Travel Selfies and Ca Maria Adele.