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Very central to everything and your on the main shopping street with great high street shops to the left and great boutiques to the right.
If your looking for restaurant and pizzeria go left - lots to choose from.
Great selection for breakfast.
Location is very central. Next to Toledo metro which takes you everywhere ( central station to Pompei for example)
Lady on desk was very helpful and polite, even gave us change to operate the lift to take our bags up to our room
This hotel is extraordinarily charming! It is located on the first and second floor of an ancient palazzo that has not been renovated to perfection - so don't expect perfection. Some rooms are facing busy Via Toledo, so don't expect quiet either. But the rooms...More
I can really recommend the hotel to all tourists visiting Naples. Even though a lot of people in the city barely understood nor talked english, the hotel staff had very good understanding and it was easy to communicate with them. This made the stay way...More
Firstly I would come back here as it is quirky and well located. Handing for walking and the Metro. However I would not recommend to friends as many would hate it.
Staff are lovely but ........ booked for 4 nights and arrived on Saturday evening...More
US$56 - US$711 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#38 Family Hotel in Naples
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Yes there is! but I rarely have used it when I visit in September. I prefer my room be open to the Via Toledo and love the breeze and action that the Via is so famous for. The windows were replaced in the last year so... More
Yes there is! but I rarely have used it when I visit in September. I prefer my room be open to the Via Toledo and love the breeze and action that the Via is so famous for. The windows were replaced in the last year so they are pretty much soundproof but I still prefer the balcony open. One night was really hot so I did close the balcony door and was actually cold with the air running and opened it back up again. The people who work here are wonderful! I always stay here every year and love that it still holds the charm that it once did so long ago when it was the home of probably someone famous. When are you going? The weather there isn't all the hot now and doesn't get that way at least until more in June. There are so many things to do there so be sure to check them all out. Cameo factory on the high hill, underground subterrian, Piazza Dante. Eat at Leons and eat outside to get a real taste of Italy. It's also in the swing of things. Via Toledo subway directly under and to the right of hotel for extra trips to Pompii etc. Port of Naples is a 10 min walk to catch boat to Ischia/capri etc. Historical museum a short 10 blocks or so. great food to the left of hotel. walk to second resturant on the side of hotel. This hotel to me is a true Italian feel hotel down to the high ceilings, beautiful painted walls, and what I love the most is the 2cent euro elevator. Just like in the past. The huge doors that open are very interesting too. You will have 2 keys to enter. One opens the smaller door that fits in the huge doors. I would love to show you more pics on the wonderful time we have spent in this hotel and surrounding area, please ask. I have been to Italy many times but this has always been my favorite hotel. No it's not the ritz but if you want the flavor of the past then stay here as long as you can and get to know Naples. If you are a prude that will complain about the little things like not having a luxery br, then stay at one of the american hotels. Keep in touch Helen from Virgina
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"rooms inside courtyard are quieter, rooms overloading road outside are noisey at night"