Painted vaulted ceilings above, original Capodimonte Maioliche-style ceramic floor below, and 17th-century frescoes and park views everywhere you look: This opulent suite, located in the former nobles’ quarters at the Palazzo della Gherardesca, is a never-ending feast for the eyes.
The StoryWelcome to the most ancient room of the palazzo: the Royal Suite. The Hallway frescoes above you date back from the 17th century, and the floor on which you’re walking is an authentic Neapolitan “Majolica” designed by Ignazio Chiaiese, made of historical painted tiles.
King bed, One rollaway and one crib
3 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child
234 m² (2,518 sq.ft.). Main floor of the Palazzo della Gherardesca
One full marble bathroom, plus guest powder room
Uniquely decorated to respect the historical value of this suite.
Windowed gallery, multiple living spaces and dining space for eight