The top floor of the hotel touches the hill of San Martino, an authentic patch of countryside in the middle of the city. Here, a roof garden has been created that has no equal: there is 360-degree view of the city, the gulf, Vesuvius and Capri, on the one hand, and, on the other, the hill with the Vineyard of San Martino and, above, the Carthusian monastery of the same name and the tufa Castle of Sant’Elmo. The terrace has a roof garden of rare beauty: the ancient vegetable gardens cultivated by the monks were preserved with their walkways and pergolas
The pool, open from 15th May to 30th September, from 9 AM to 5 PM, has a
sinuous shape, excavated from the tufaceous rock in the most scenic position and is almost camouflaged by the greenery and stone. Equipped with lounge chairs and open-air sitting areas. In a hidden cave, a second pool carved from the tufa, with hot water, beneficial jets is available to guests.
The visual experience on the top floor of the hotel does not end with the panoramic view of Naples. The structure itself offers glimpses and hidden details to find and enjoy.
Strolling among the vines and citrus plants or through the light play offered by the pergola, you will discover details that are seamlessly integrated with the structure of the monastery, such as the ground-level swimming pool and the hot-water pool cut into the rock.