The apartment is located in Calabritto palace, a stunning XVII-century building which belonged to the noble family Calabritto. It became famous under Carlo III di Borbone, when he ordered the palace to be closed down, as it threatened to be more prestigious than the Royal Palace itself. Something from the original design still remains, such as part of the courtyard and both the northern and the eastern façades with the massive entrance doors.The apartment opens onto the living room with cloister vaults, which offers a dining area for 4, a double sofa bed and TV corner. From here you enter the other rooms the flat consists of, including the small box room.The cloister-vaulted bedroom is furnished with a double bed and a 6-door closet. The kitchen is fitted with a gas cooktop with 4 hobs, a sink, dishwasher and washing machine. The bathroom has shower.
The apartment is located in Chiaia district, one of Naples’ most refined areas steps from the promenade. Moreover, Parco Comunale and Castel dell’Ovo, two Naples’ landmarks, are both within walking distance. The area is also rich in shops, restaurants and cafés.