Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Mandeville, LA
comfort and charmPosted May 31, 2015
Pros: everything.... especially the old world, historical, gorgeous building it was housed in and the interior decor...enchanting and romantic...great staff
Cons: Better signage to guide you in right direction as entering is kind of confusing.....
Location: great location central to everything you would want to do and see in Naples - the city is like a living museum just walking the streets of old town
Loved everything about this B&B - room was very spacious (we were 3 sharing this room and not least bit cramped), with comfortable beds and plenty of hot water and water pressure in shower - small balcony overlooked bustling Via Toledo, but the excellent soundproof doors made this not a problem. The period furnishings and old world elegance of this historical building, and delightful hosts, made this an unforgetable part of our stay in Italy. The breakfast room was so inviting and cheery with excellent coffee and eggs cooked to order!!! The location was perfect in the historic center of Naples a vibrant and exciting city, with easy access to all modes of transportation, although most things in walking distance as well. Our staff, Suzy and Alberto, bubbling with personality and sense of humor - charming and helpful - a special thanks to them - they will not be forgotten. This would be a first choice to stay if I ever return to Naples.....
for Personal Eventby André from France
Emplacement exceptionnelPosted Sep 18, 2014 on Hotels
for Otherby A verified traveler from Manchester UK
Friendly staff, clean, good value.Posted Sep 11, 2014
Pros: I like protein for breakfast so was pleased eggs were available, cooked however you want them. My bathroom was good and everything worked.
Cons: WIFI signal wasn't great.
Location: Well situated, close to Dante metro. Museo metro one stop up and main railway station four stops the other way. Near to restaurants and sights.
I'd be happy staying here again. Now knowing the layout, I might opt to pay a bit more for a bigger room with balcony on street side, rather than shuttered window opening on courtyard side. Nothing wrong with the room I was given.
for Familiesby burk01 from Somerset
Lovely peoplePosted Jun 25, 2014 on Hotels
We had a great time at the hotel, the owner is a great guy and the B&B is lovely. We will be back.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Ottima posizione, buon servizio, confortevole.Posted Jun 10, 2014 on Hotels
for Familiesby JAMES from AUXERRE
LES TRAVAUX EXTÉRIEURS NUISENT À CET HOTELPosted Mar 13, 2014 on Hotels
B&B DANS UN ANCIEN PALAIS EN RÉNOVATION. CELA SURPREND BEAUCOUP À L'ARRIVÉE MASI UNE FOIS DANS L'HOTEL, AUCUNE NUISANCE VENANT DE L'EXTÉRIEUR. PERSONNEL SYMPATHIQUE PARLANT BIEN FRANCAIS, SERVIABLE. PETITS DÉJEUNERS UN PEU SOMMAIRES. EN PLEIN CENTRE VILLE ET À PEU DE DISTANCES À PIED OU EN TRANSPORTS EN COMMUN DES PRINCIPALES ATTRACTIONS DE NAPLES.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Les Berges du Lac de Tunis
Carafa di Maddaloni B&B di CharmePosted Sep 4, 2011
une adresse hors du commun dans un palais avec mobilier d'époque ...superbe....musique de chambre tous les jours vers 18h, proche de toutes les commodités,accueil sympathique ... à recommander ...
by A verified traveler from Los Angeles, CA
DeceivingPosted Apr 15, 2011 on Hotels
The pictures of this hotel look amazing - too good to be true. For me, they were. I was put in a small apartment above the main room, which was very nice & clean with a fridge and a stove, but nothing at ALL like the photos on their site. I was only there one night - I didn't need a fridge or stove and had been looking forward to the ambiance of the room shots they advertised. Its extremely difficult to find - the cab had to look at my map 3 times before finding it, and I couldn't really tell where it was - inside this large courtyard and up two flights of stairs. Two of the three people I met spoke at least a little English, but for some reason the one who did not was the one to show me my room and tell me about the FOUR keys they were giving me. At the time I thought I understood, but turns out there was some miscommunication... more on that I was assured in several forums that this was a fine area of the city, but when I was leaving dinner around 10pm at a restaurant about two blocks away, the entire staff freaked out that I was going to walk two blocks back to the hotel, said it was incredibly unsafe for a woman, insisted I button my coat up to my chin and not take out my phone to look at my map - I was a bit freaked out. I'm a street-smart city-dweller (I know not to flash around money and protect my purse) but everyone was acting a little too intense for it to be just your normal city-caution. The restaurant owner's son escorted me the two blocks but when we got there there were these HUGE, thick wooden doors covering the courtyard entrance, locked. We tried all 4 keys and none of them seemed to work. Good thing my escort had a cell phone and called the B&B # - they came downstairs and let me in, but the guy complained, saying they GAVE me the key. We tried every key several times and none worked (oh, and by this time there were only 3 keys, because one of them broke off in another door earlier in the day). It was before 10:30, we were both completely sober - i cant imagine any of those keys worked. All of that being said, they did set up a cab for me for my 6am train and they kindly put breakfast in my room the night before, which was lovely.