pizzofalcone


This suite is comprised of two independent rooms with a shared bathroom.
One is a double bedroom and takes light from a large French window.
The room is equipped with LCD TV, minibar, electric boiler and a safe. The other bedroom has a French bed and is slightly smaller, but equally taking plenty of light from its window. The shared bathroom is equipped with a shower, hair drier, towels and soaps.
The whole suite is furnished with hand-made furniture in neutral colours and has wooden flooring throughout.
The hill of Pizzofalcone, also known as Monte di Dio, in the second half of the Eighth century represented one of the borders of the ancient city of Parthenope, that stretched to the small island of Megaride (today Castel dell’Ovo).
During Roman times, the Villa of Licino Lucullo was built on this area and during the Aragonese times a defensive bastion was constructed.
The name ‘Pizzofalcone’ dates back to the middle of the Thirteenth century, when Carlo I of Angiò made the hill dedicated to falcon hunting.

floridiana


This is a double bedroom with private bathroom featuring a shower, hair drier, towels and soaps. The room takes its light from a large window and is furnished with wooden flooring and hand-made furniture in neutral colours.
A LCD TV, a minibar, an electric boiler and a safe can be found in the room.
Villa Floridiana takes its name from a present that Ferdinando I of Borbone wanted for his beloved Lucia Migliaccio, duchess of Floridia and princess of Partanna.
Lucia was his second wife whom he married shortly after the death of Queen Maria Carolina.
The park was built on the Vomero hill where even now a magnificent view of the bay of Naples can be admired. Villa Floridiana is the most beautiful and representative Nineteenth century villa in Naples.

sant'elmo


This is a double bedroom with private bathroom outside the room. The room features a LCD TV, a minibar, an electric boiler and a safe and has a beautiful view over Castel Sant’Elmo and the Certosa di San Martino. The bathroom is equipped with a shower, hair drier, towels and soaps. The room is furnished with wooden flooring and hand-made furniture in neutral colours.
Castel Sant’Elmo towers on the Vomero hill, right next to the Certosa di San Martino, hence dominating the city of Naples from above.
It is an impregnable fortress with a star shaped plant which was built starting in 1275 and rebuilt in the Sixteenth century.
A striking view stretching from the bay of Naples to the ancient town centre can be enjoyed from the terrace in front of the castle.