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Hotel Review: CA Maria Adele, Venice

Ca Maria Adele is an intimate boutique hotel on the canals of Venice that offers intimate and lavish living from check-in to check-out. The Venetian hotel see’s gothic extreme in five statement concept rooms from its statement red SALA DEL DOGE to its more contemporary living 3 suites.

Located in the modern art district of Venice, a stone throw from the Basilica della Madonna della Salute, Ca Maria Adele takes up residence and like all great luxury hotels in Venice comes equipt with its very own water entrance.

When you visit Ca Maria Adele you feel centered in the romance of this city, The balcony offers views across the pond, whilst the entire building, its halls and sharing spaces deliver authentic notes from the language of love.

The staff and interiors pay true homage to the city and its history, Hosts Alessio and Nicola Campa are always on hand to help, from trips to the historic glass making factories of Murano, renowned for its long tradition of glass-making to eating and drinking recommendations in and around Venice.

There is no in-house restaurant on the premises but Ca Maria Adele do offer up breakfast and room service to be taken in your room, the terrace or reception rooms.

This is romance on acid and it’s utterly beautiful. Rooms can set you back £270 per night in low season and up to £450 in high season but this really is worth every penny. (Especially for Venice)

Ca Maria Adele is located at Via Dorsoduro 111, Venice, 30123 and can be booked Here

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