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Naples historic hotel in the heart of the ancient quarter of Spaccanapoli. Constructed in the 17th Century, the building once belonged to the Archbishop of Naples, during the time of the Bourbons. Located in the fascinating “Napolitani” streets, which illustrate an expansive and rich history.
All of our 42 bedrooms are fully air-conditioned and feature the following: Free Wi-Fi Internet, soundproof windows, flat screen Television with national and International channels, safe, minibar, direct dial telephone and hairdryer. Choice of Comfort Double/Twin Room, Superior Double/Twin Room, Triple Room.
The common rooms feature Neapolitan tiled floors, with ceramic hand painted tiles of “maiolica”, with a magnificent Baroque-style hall with painted ceiling and plentiful mirrors and golden “stuccos”.
Breakfast and Reading Saloon
A wonderful XVIII century’s hall with mirrors and golden stuccos, with an area of about 120 sq mt and 9 mt high hand painted ceiling.
Breakfast is served at a buffet with the help of the staff for hot drinks (coffee, tea, cappuccino, etc.) Continental breakfast offers: briosches, cakes, crispy bread, corn flakes, muesli, cereals, butter, jam, hazelnut and chocolate cream, yogurt, bread, cheese, salami, fresh fruit, juices, orange squash, milk, coffee, cappuccino, flavoured tea, sparkling and still water.
Furnished with period pieces, grand piano, sofas.. our saloon is the best place to relax listening some classical music or having a tea, reading a book or using a laptop PC with free Wi Fi internet access. The saloon can be used even for cultural events (concerts, art exhibitions, books presentations..) where our guests will take part for free.
Terrace: overlooking the typical Neapolitan narrow street. In spring and summer it’s the ideal place to relax sitting in open air at any time.
Area in Naples
Heart of the Napoli historic centre, close to Santa Chiara cloister, piazza Gesu and a few minutes walk from the main shopping precinct of Corso Umberto. Located in the Decumani which has not changed for 500 years – the heart of the old town originally a Greek “polis” and then a Roman “urbs”, an area filled with its piazzas, streets and alleys and which has a unique historical, cultural and artistic heritage, Unesco heritage listed, which in 1995 declared the historic centre of Naples ” the biggest open-air museum in the world”.