Suite Sanctuaries in Naples

Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy
Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy // Photo by Freeartist/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

The Romeo Hotel’s Wellness Suite has an original Guttuso etching.

The Romeo Hotel’s Wellness Suite has an original Guttuso etching.

 

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Heading to Naples? Here are two new suites at the Romeo Hotel that we say are worth exploring. The Wellness Suite has almost no structural barriers in its design and uses some swank materials (think ebony and striated Olympic marble) as well as decorations that include an original Guttuso etching and a 19th-century Neapolitan bardiglio marble fireplace with steam technology.

The suite’s bathroom is dominated by a Teuco whirlpool, surrounded by an infrared sauna and a steam bath with an “emotional” shower—both with chromo-, aroma- and music-therapy by Starpool.

Meanwhile, the Garden & Pool Suite uses LED lighting for a comfortable atmosphere, complete with large whirlpool for those overly stressful days indulging in Italy. Details include a 19th-century Rouge de France marble fireplace and Athor leather armchairs and chaise lounge.

But the best part? The suite has its own dedicated garden with a scented jasmine gazebo (and whirlpool to boot). Good to know: An awning system covers the garden for maximum privacy.

Luxury travel advisors can reach out to Antonella Graziano ([email protected]), sales, marketing and communications manager, with questions.

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