Via Duomo, 326
NAPOLI (NA)
Location and style
Our B&B is by the sea in an area known for its spa waters and facilities (Terme di Agnano) at Napoli art city, in an area of great archaeological and architectural merit, in a quiet, panoramic setting, in the old city centre. "I Vicerè B&B Deluxe" is a prestigious home where the echoes of times past linger in sounds, scents and emotions, elegant design with attention to detail, unique, distinctive style.
Surroundings
Our guests will be able to for shopping enjoy local craft products, enjoy the scenery and experience local cuisine on various food and wine tours, catch cultural events and exhibitions.
Near our facility you can find monuments and places of interest for culture vultures. Remember that just only 460 m away there is the "Basilica Santuario del Carmine Maggiore".
Location
Our residence is the perfect location for families who like to travel and want to feel at home, for work and business trips, for a romantic holiday in a quiet, reserved setting, for some pampering in a peaceful, welcoming setting.
Accommodation features
Our guests can take advantage of en-suite bathroom in every room, free Wi-Fi, heating rooms, come back at any time of day, parking space, kitchenette, large terrace.

We can guide you on explorations of our local area: cycling/mountain-biking.
Our rooms
Our air-conditioned rooms include hairdryer, television, mirror with luggage rack.
There are 4 rooms with en-suite bathroom.
Notes
We will greet you in the morning with a plentiful, delicious breakfast.
Hosts will provide the information needed in Italian and in English, Spanish.
Getting around
Its strategic location makes it perfect for the city's Christmas markets and window displays, ideal for moving around the city with subway stations within walking distance (Metro - Garibaldi, Metro Gialla - Università...), handy and near to motorways Highway A56 Zona Ospedaliera, Highway A56 Capodimonte, Highway A56 Arenella, Highway A56 Corso Malta, Highway A3 Porto, Highway A3 Via Ferraris.
Declared by the Innkeeper