Villa Spera, now Corte dei Leoni, is an art nouveau villa built by Adolfo Avena. It's location, at the height of the hill, on the border between the Vomero and Posillipo, allows the front side, a spectacular view of Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples. Built in 1922, as attested by a plaque placed by the author in Latin on the facade, is characterized by a marked eclecticism. The villa was also home to the German headquarters during the Nazi occupation. Restored in the late nineties, now is the perfect setting for ceremonies and weddings, and is called "Court of Lions", recalling the custom of its first owner, who loves exotic animals, leaving the lions in the lobby free to walk.
In order to ensure the high standards required, the selection criteria adopted by the Certification Commission are very strict and also include:
- More than 151.886 Club Members' suggestions and recommendations
- Scores obtained during anonymous Quality Control inspections
- Renovations quality
- Presence of elements of historical, artistic and cultural relevance
- Rooms' intimacy and exclusivity
- Notoriety, reviews, references from certified partners
- Advertisement and information pack (website, brochures, catalogues, etc...)
- Reception service and customization level
Corte dei Leoni was awarded the Silver Crown after successfully completing the Preliminary Assessment of Eligibility under the rigorous supervision of Residenze d'Epoca's Certification Commission. A total of 25 Quality Assessments under the Residenze d'Epoca Certification Protocol have been passed.
25 QUALITY CONTROLS PASSED
FREQUENTLY CONTROL: YEARLY
Ref. Certification Protocol: 17 February 2020