THE UNIQUE PALAZZO DORIA FOR RENT IN NAPLES, EXCLUSIVE LOCATION FOR EVENTS


Ref. 1009 Palazzo Doria

From € 7.400 / 3 nights

  • Interiors 1.150 Mq
  • Exteriors 300 Mq
  • PAXPAX 12
  • >BedroomsBedrooms 6
  • BathroomsBathrooms 8

Ref. 1009 Palazzo Doria

From € 7.400 / 3 nights

  • Interiors 1.150 Mq
  • Exteriors 300 Mq
  • PAXPAX 12
  • >BedroomsBedrooms 6
  • BathroomsBathrooms 8

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POSITION


Located in a very prestigious and convenient position in the center of the city, a few hundred of meters from the harbor, the palazzo is provided with all the services in the vicinity and has quick and easy access to many shops and boutiques. The building is located right along the Spaccanapoli, the Decumanus Inferiore around which the Greek-Roman city developed, which is nowadays one of the most renowned streets of the city and a symbol of Naples. Spaccanapoli has always been a much-sought location in the city and over the centuries many noble and powerful families chose the road to build their palazzo and Palazzo Doria d’Angri is no exception.

Leaving Naples, the most interesting centers of Campania, including the beautiful and stunning towns of the Amalfi Coast, can be reached in less than two hours by car (Caserta, Vietri, Mondragone, Positano, Amalfi, Formia, Cassino, Sperlonga…). With a ferry one can also reach the unique isles of the Campanian Archipelago (Capri, Procida, Ischia, Nisida and Vivara).

The airport of Naples is just 6 km from the property and can be easily reached with a shuttle service. The airports of Rome (Ciampino and Fiumicino) are also easily reached in just over two hours


NEAREST TOWNS


Pompeii (28km; 30’), Caserta (38km; 45’), Capri (39km; 1h 50’ by ferry), Procida (39km; 1h 30’ by ferry), Ischia (50km; 1h 55’ by ferry), Sorrento (51km; 1h), Vietri sul Mare (54km; 50’), Mondragone (58km; 1h), Salerno (57km; 50’), Positano (59km; 1h 20’), Amalfi (62km; 1h 20’), Formia (101km; 1h 30’), Cassino (103km; 1h 15’), Gaeta (108km; 1h 45’), Sperlonga (121km; 1h 55’), Rome (229km; 2h 30’)


NEAREST AIRPORTS


Napoli Capodichino (6km; 20’), Roma Ciampino (218km; 2h 20’), Roma Fiumicino (244km; 2h 30’), Bari Wojtyła (256km; 2h 50’)


DESCRIPTION


In the historic center of Naples, at the junction between Via Toledo and Via Sant’Anna, right at the corner of Piazza 7 Settembre, magnificent historic palazzo with panoramic terrace. The building, dating back to the 18th century and designed by Vanvitelli, is laid over three floors for a total surface of over 2,100 sqm of livable surface. Inside, the building features many reception rooms, each beautifully decorated with masterworks by notable artists of the 18th century.

The building is a dream location for events and ceremonies: for this, the whole piano nobile (1,150 sqm) and the stunning rooftop terrace (300 sqm) are offered. Among the breathtaking rooms of the piano nobile, the most notable ones are the Gabinetto degli Specchi, a unique background for prestigious events, the altar room with an intimate chapel for private ceremonies, and the billiard room where one can spend pleasant moments with friends. Other rooms include 6 wonderful double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and equipped with plasma TV, minibar, safe, air conditioning and Wi-Fi internet connection. The fully equipped professional kitchen allow taking care of all the possible occasions and events one could think of.


THE INTERIORS OF THE PALAZZO


Via a monumental staircase (or a convenient elevator connecting all the floors of the palazzo), one reaches the piano nobile (1,150 sqm – 12,374 sqft, 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms). Here the palazzo features some beautiful reception halls, each finely embellished with frescoes and sculptures. The most peculiar hall is without a doubt the Gabinetto degli Specchi (the Mirror Hall), a room frescoed by Fedele Fischetti and made extremely bright by the light bouncing off the many mirrors placed on the walls. The other rooms on the floor include a huge kitchen, ideal in case one wants to set up events, several sitting rooms and living rooms and six stunning bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.

 

Finally, reaching the fourth floor via the internal staircase or via the convenient elevator, one gets onto a stunning 300-sqm panoramic terrace with a rooftop garden, equipped with sunbeds, sofas, armchairs, BBQ and even a kitchen for breakfast. The terrace also offers a nice view over the roofs of the city and the Certosa di San Martino.


STATE AND FINISHES


The palazzo features a trapezoidal plan, with the main façade placed on the short side and oriented towards the square. This façade, in a typical Neoclassical fashion, is split into three levels: the lowers one features the entrance door, marked by four Doric columns supporting the balcony above; the central level features Ionic half-columns, framing three windows (the central one gives access to the balcony); the upper floor (the most damaged) once sported the Doria coat of arms and the statues which have been destroyed in World War II.

The sides of the palazzo, less visible and interesting from an architectural perspective, are much simpler in shape and only feature a series of gabled windows.

The façade opposite the main entrance, right in front of Palazzo Carafa di Maddaloni, still features the secondary entryway which was however closed just a few years after its creation to put an end to the long-lasting quarrel between Doria and Carafa.

Seen from above, the palazzo boasts two internal courtyards, a hexagonal one (which clearly recalls a similar one, octagonal in shape, found in the Palazzo Serra di Cassano in the San Ferdinando neighborhood) and a rectangular one, connected by a vaulted passageway.

 

Inside, the palazzo is decorated in typical 18th-century fashion: one can admire several paintings by Fedele Fischetti (among which the beautiful one in the Gabinetto degli Specchi, portraying the return of Lamba Doria after the victorious battle of Curzola against Venice). Particularly interesting is the boudoir on the first floor, where one can see paintings by Francesco Solimena (1657 – 1747) and decorations by Girolamo Starace-Franchis (1730 – 1794). The private chapel on the piano nobile was embellished and painted by Giovanni Maria Griffoni (1750 – 1798).

DETAILS

  • Typology: noble palazzo
  • Condition: restored, luxury finishes
  • Position: historic center, along Spaccanapoli
  • Internal surface: 1,150 square meters (12,374 square feet)
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 8
  • Features: stone walls, original terracotta floors, frescoed ceilings, painted vaults, balcony over the square, rooftop terrace with view over the Certosa di San Martino, hexagonal courtyard, mirror hall, stone columns, monumental staircase, marble frames, golden stucco decorations, elevator
  • Land: panoramic rooftop terrace (300 sqm)
  • Garden: panoramic rooftop terrace (300 sqm)
  • Swimming pool: no
  • Annexes: no
  • Access: excellent
  • ADSL: yes
  • Heating: already connected
  • Telephone: already connected

SERVICES

  • TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi Connection

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