Via Duomo, 242 - NAPOLI (NA)
Location and style
Our B&B is placed a stone's throw from the sea, in an area of great archaeological and architectural merit, in the heart of the city. "Duomo Station B&B" is a prestigious home for breathing in the scent of our past, designed with taste, refinement and pure attention to detail, a residence with unique, original style, a period building (1860) where echoes of the past blend with modern comfort.
Our guests will be able to stroll and shop in the shopping streets, be amazed by the work of our artisans, explore tradition and culture along your own delicious fine food and wine trail, take in countless cultural events and unique exhibitions, exploring museums and exhibition areas.
Near our facility you can find monuments and places of interest for culture vultures. Remember that just only 260 m away there is the 'Duomo', the most important church of Naples.
Our residence is the perfect location for guests who want to stay in a home from home, for a dream vacation in a discreet, romantic setting, if you're looking for rest and leisure.
Accommodation features
our guests receive rooms with different bathroom options (private, en-suite), free Wi-Fi, heating rooms, a small garden, come back at any time of day.
Our rooms
In the air-conditioned rooms our guests find hairdryer, internet access, TV, mirror with luggage rack, king size bed.
We have available 2 rooms:
"Natura Room": 1 room with en-suite bathroom and access to the garden.
"Mare Room": 1 room with private bathroom at 1 meter outside the room (in the corridor).
A great start to the day with our delicious breakfasts.
The hosts speak fluent Italian, English.
Getting around
Its strategic location makes it ideal for shopping in our local Christmas market, the nearby metro stations are perfect if you need to get around the city (Metro - Garibaldi, Metro Dante, Metro Università, Metro Museo, Metro - Cavour), easily reached from the nearby main train station of Piazza Garibaldi and only 15 minutes with taxi and bus from the airport Capodichino.
*Declared by the Innkeeper