All the beds at Ca' Mariele are equipped with Simmons mattresses and guarantee a great night's sleep.

The quilts are all made by Rivolta Carmignani, a company that represents excellence in the production of Italian linen for hotels.

Ca' Mariele is a wonderfully elegant building. It consists of 5 apartments of various sizes all equipped with every comfort you could need and it's just a few short steps from Campo Santo Stefano, the heart elegant, prestigious Venice.

Ca' Mariele is the end result of a passionate restoration that has refurbished the structure and furnishings of the complex with an eye to meeting the needs of customers who require not only an exceptionally convenient location, but also highly refined surroundings. Visitors can make the most of its great location near to St. Mark's Square, where Venice's most famous public and religious buildings dating back to the ancient republic of Venice, are located, but not only. Because in just a few minutes, you can reach some of the most important institutions in the city including; La Fenice Theatre, often home to Venice's important musical events, Gallerie dell'Accademia, which shows off the long and remarkable history of Venetian painting, Palazzo Fortuny, the fascinating, grandiose, Gothic Venetian complex and home to important exhibitions and where the extraordinary artist Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo once lived and worked and where many of the artist's beautiful paintings and works are displayed. Finally, there is Palazzo Grassi, home to exhibitions of contemporary art where you can find a small, precious theater that has been recently restored and that is designated to host important cultural events.

For those who love shopping, you mustn't forget that in St. Mark's Square you can find branches of many of today's leading international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Bulgari, Ferragamo, Prada, and many other shops and art galleries that will certainly excite those who love shopping. Finally, you must remember that Ca' Mariele is located right in the heart of the city, allowing you to enjoy the vivacity of the squares, restaurants, cafes and "baccari" where you can enjoy all the richness this fabulous city has to offer.

A bit of history

In the San Marco district, just steps from the Accademia Bridge, is one of the largest squares in Venice, Campo Santo Stefano. This was the site of the famous St. Stephen's "Liston", where during carnival, starting at 11pm, all of those adorned in masks would meet and be admired.

Moreover, since the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, games were held where gorgeously dressed horsemen threw eggs full of scented water at windows where the most beautiful ladies of the city looked on.

Very famous and highly appreciated by the Venetians were also the Caccia Dei Torri, the bull hunt. The last one took place in here in February 1802.


Ca' Mariele. A bit of history