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Ice & Snow
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Luxury fit for the Doge of Venice
Housed within the walls of a 15th Century Palazzo, Ca Maria Adele is located in a tranquil corner of Venice's well heeled and arty Dorsoduro district. This small and intimate property overlooks the Canale and majestic Church Della Salute, and offers a majestic blend of East and West, Baroque and minimalism.
The 12 rooms have been individually designed to a high level of comfort and detail, with 5 rooms specially themed. Communal spaces - such as a the Moroccan-style terrace, the eclectic lounge filled with antiques, the 1950's inspired breakfast room, and the reception area with sofas that seem to float above the water - offer an attention to detail, opulence and style that will inevitably seduce you.
This is one of those places that whispers sensuality from every corner. Whether it is to create the first spark or rekindle one, Ca’ Maria Adele sets the mood for romance with a capital R.
The themed rooms deserve special mention as they have been inspired by the history of Venice:
The Doge's Room
A rich red brocade covers the walls of this room, ideally conceived to host the highest authority in the Venetian Republic. The luxury of the materials, the glimmering colours of the imposing chandelier, the gilt mirrors - will make you feel the master of the town for your stay. When you leave, only the Doge's palace itself will make you feel at home!
The Moorish Room
Venice has an exciting history of interaction with the populations it wanted to conquer (and conquer it). In the fight for domination of distant lands during the crusades, the Republic of Venice was protagonist of some of the most thrilling and fascinating pages of history. Voiceless witness of past times, the Moors are there to offer you still unknown stories of the glory of an enchanted town.
The Oriental Room
Gold and Blue symbolise Venice and it's dominion over the sea. From the canals of the lagoon, long routes bring mysterious and legendary countries - signs of the courage of the adventurous people who first united Europe with the Far East. If you yearn for the days of Marco Polo and the charm of the ancient silk road, then this room is designed for you.
The Fireplace Room
Recognising the whiteness of the marble with which Venice is built. Engraved and modelled, the marble chimney dominates this room, bringing a lightness that reflects the sunlight from the windows which overlook water, gently splashing on the venerable white stones.
De Luxe Rooms
Are for guests who like the neutral tones and nuances of wood sand, tapestries and ancient stone floors.
Rooms have their own theme - and suggested dress code!
From the simplicity of #102 where the Wedding Gown of your Dreams is suggested, to #222 which suggests a Silky Dressing Gown with Long Sleeves - every room is not only individual, but represents a charming escape from the norm.
Lovers might want room #321, with it's Voluptuous Mystery mood, and dress code suggestion of "The lingerie that you always wanted someone to slip off your body"...
Suite #339 has a private terrace too.
All offer Venetian style, mixed with a mystical flavour of experiences from the Orient.
If you're staying in Venice - stay here... but beware...you won't want to leave!
Its name derives from the Italian for “hard ridge”, due to its comparatively more stable and less clayey land in comparison with the other areas of the town. It includes the Zattere and Chiesa della Salute area, which has always been regarded as one of the most exclusive districts of Venice, rich of major modern residential architectural buildings.
Today, Dorsoduro is known as the contemporary art neighbourhood, due to the presence of the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, the Francois Pinault Collection located in Punta della Dogana and the dynamic museum dedicated to Emilio Vedova, hosted in the Magazzini del Sale.
Everything is at less than 3 minutes’ walk from Ca Maria Adele.