Artemisia Domus is located inside an ancient noble palace in the historic center of Naples. The building, built in the second half of the 18th century, is surrounded by small streets and squares that intertwine with each other and immerse themselves in the wonders of this city of rare beauty. Like all the ancient palaces of Naples that contain fascinating stories and ancient secrets, Artemisia Domus has become the guardian of works of art of great value with its frescoes today having been expertly restored.
There are many stories about this ancient palace that still shows the evidence of its noble appearance in many details. The inner courtyard, for example, was used by the lords of the building to store the carriages and, even today, in the walls there are the ancient metal rings to which the horses were tied. Folk tales and indiscretions narrate that over the years this elegant apartment with frescoed walls has been used as a meeting place, which was indeed what happened in many of the Neapolitan noble residences. Whether it is truth or a funny legend worthy of a Totò film is not known. What is certain is that when you’re staying in this historic noble residence you’re breathing an air full of charm where time seems to have stopped.
The property offers bright and completely soundproofed rooms, expertly restored with taste and respect for the ancient and 4 elegant SPA Suites that will welcome you in a unique environment, equipped with every comfort, enriching your stay with an unforgettable feeling of wellbeing. The cozy rooms and SPA Suites are designed to offer guests maximum comfort and versatility, thanks to small details that make the difference. Every detail is designed to make your experience unique and unforgettable.
The name Artemisia Domus is inspired by the famous painter Artemisia Gentileschi, who found her home in Naples after years of her turbulent past between Rome, Florence and Venice. This courageous and talented painter fell in love with Naples where, after years of inspired work, she died and was buried. His works are still visible today in the Cathedral of Pozzuoli and the rooms of Artemisia Domus are dedicated to the most famous works of this brilliant painter. Each room or suite will tell you stories of love and poetry.