In the Historical Center of Naples, in via Monteoliveto n. 86, there is Palazzo Valletta, a historic building from the 1600s. On the third floor is the apartment “Tutt ‘e Sant Luxury Rooms“. The building is located in the area of ​​Monteoliveto, which has always been occupied by the former monastery of the Olivetan monks, now the headquarters of the Pastrengo Barracks, the building miraculously escaped the fury of the Rione Carità recovery in 1875 and was the seat and Neapolitan residence of the writer Giuseppe Valletta , lived between 1636 and 1714 of which today the antiquarian collection that bears his name is conserved at the Girolamini library in via Duomo (source StoriaCity)

Tutt ‘e Sant Luxury Rooms is composed of a suite, a deluxe room and a standard mini apartment. The accomodations are named from three very famous saints: San Genná, San Baise and San Rafè (San Gennaro, patron saint of Naples, San Biagio and San Raffaele). The suite and the deluxe are both equipped with a king size double bed, a bathroom with xl shower, air conditioning and heating, while the apartment has a large bedroom, a toilet a kitchen and a spacious living room.

OUR STRUCTURE IS ORGANIZED FOR SELF CHECK-IN: after completing the entire payment and filling out the form with details of all guests, we provide the codes and instructions for access. Starting at 1:00 p.m.., you can manage the check-in time as you prefer.

Alternatively, it is possible to request ASSISTED CHECK-IN, for which it is necessary to make an appointment for the delivery of the keys at a cost of € 10.00 until 8:00 p,m, and € 25.00 after 8:00 p.m. ( LATE CHECK-IN)

For arrivals and / or departures before or after the check-in and check-out times it is possible to use the LUGGAGE DEPOSIT at a cost of € 3.00 per accommodation regardless of the number of luggage.



The suites have recently been refurbished under the supervision of interior architect Giuliano Andrea dell’Uva. The renovation brought to light the old ceilings; with well preserved wooden beams and, only on some walls, what is left of the original frescoes and plasters dating back to the end of the 1600s, expertly renewed by expert hands. The furnishings are all executed on an exclusive design.