The apartment is housed in vaulted rooms in the Caracciolo building * built in the late sixteenth century, a few steps from the major decumanus of the old centre of Naples, via Tribunali, It is in a strategic position that combines the old magic of Naples and the millennial culture that the passes through today. The recent renovation by the owners who are architects has made it a B&B full of charm, with rooms characterized by the wide and high vaulted ceilings painted blue with the fresco of the atrium of the building in mind, clearly visible from the apartment and from its ancient balcony in piperno overlooking the court. The rooms offer a space for quiet rest with cozy beds under the vaulted ceilings, terracotta or marble floors, bathrooms in blue and azure ceramics. “It is sweet to feel locked up in the womb of these old factories, guarded and protected by their familiar appearance; almost like finding ourselves in the house where we lived our childhood … shelter to bodies only, or no longer even to souls? “Benedetto Croce in” Neapolitan stories and legends ”
Just behind the Naples Cathedral and the Treasure of San Gennaro, few meters away San Gregorio Armenois the street to findnativity scene artisans, there is also the entrance to the Napoli Sotterranea, the Church of San Lorenzo, the Sansevero Chapel, Spaccanapoli, the Archaeological Museum, and MADRE the new Museum of Contemporary Art.
Breakfast is DIY, so that you don’t have time constraints and so that you can have a coffee or a fruit juice in the afternoon, or a tea in the evening. You will find milk, tea, barley, cocoa, fruit juice, biscuits, rusks, loaves of bread, Nutella, eggs, butter, yogurt, cereals, fruit, sweets and Neapolitan coffee to be prepared in a traditional coffee maker. Homemade fruit jams give a touch of authenticity as well as other local products. Items are always available at the buffet and not served, so you have no restrictions on your time and it gives you the pleasure of enjoying a cup of tea, a coffee or a fruit juice in the afternoon, or a herbal tea in the evening.