A few steps away from the Greek walls of the ancient Neapolis, between the esoteric and legendary fame of the veiled Christ and the artisan tradition of San Gregorio Armeno, stands the Count of Ruvo House, rented rooms that finds its place in the historical heart of Naples and owes its name to Ettore Carafa, Count of Ruvo, born in Andria, in the second half of the eighteenth century.
The hotel, recently restored, is located on the fifth floor with elevator, a noble palace adjoining the Bellini theater and overlooking the Accademia delle Belle Arti.
Its rooms are inspired by the typical Neapolitan numbers and meanings of the grimace; it is also located in a very strategic position, from which it is possible to easily reach the most famous monuments and sites of interest, for history and beauty, of the historical city centre.
TV Terrestre + Satellitare
Apertura porte con badge
Tavolo per riunioni