The San Martino room takes its name from the view over the Certosa di San Martino. From the "belvedere" balcony of the room, in addition to the suggestive hill of San Martino on the top of which the "Certosa" itself stands out, you can also see interesting views such as a stretch of Via Toledo with Spanish neighborhoods and the windmill or "wind tower" by the Greek artist Jannis Kounellis which stands out with its twenty meters on Largo Ponte di Tappia which also houses the famous Feltrinelli bookshop.
The furnishings of the "San Martino" room are made in shades of purple and aqua green, among the nuances that the city expresses due to the multicolored nature of its expressive and stylistic means.
To compensate for the liveliness of the furnishings, some "reckless shots" are displayed on the walls, black and white photographs by the famous Neapolitan photographer "Antonio Aragona". Nothing is left to chance and every detail is taken care of down to the smallest detail, from the luminous stems that illuminate the ceiling to the bathroom covering that recalls copper and iron oxides.
The room is equipped with an exposed clothes hanger, private bathroom with large shower, bidet and hairdryer, maxi-size double bed, small balcony equipped with seats and table, air conditioning, safe, wifi and flat-screen TV.
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