The house is located on the third floor (with elevator) of an ancient building on the hill of Vomero, recently renovated, and with independent entrance. It can accommodate up to 3/4 people, has a private bathroom with shower, a living kitchen equipped with all equipment (ceramic hob, fridge, microwave) a sofa bed for one and a half that can comfortably accommodate an adult or two kids; then there is the mezzanine that houses the double bed and a spacious wardrobe. Each apartment has a balcony or window which makes the space very light and airy. All apartments are equipped with Wi-Fi, air conditioning hot and cold, two TVs (one on the mezzanine and one in the hall). Moreover, if you want to bring with you the card of Sky is present in every room the decoder to be able to use it.
In common areas you can take advantage of ironing board and iron and cleaning equipment.
We offer breakfast at the bar adjacent to the house which includes coffee / cappuccino and croissants.
Linen, including bed linen and towels, is included.
The house "L'Oro di Napoli" is located in the center of the Vomero district of Naples, precisely in Via Cimarosa, adjacent to Piazza Vanvitelli, in an unbeatable location to visit the city: a stone's throw from the funicular that will allow you to reach a few minutes the elegant Chiaia district and the subway that allows you to reach the main points of interest in the city: the historic Piazza Dante, Via Toledo with its streets full of shops, the beautiful National Archaeological Museum of Naples, the characteristic Piazza Plebiscito , the Royal Palace and the Galleria Umberto, or you can reach the ancient center of Naples, to visit the magical underground Naples, the wonderful church and cloister of Santa Chiara, the Museum of the San Severo Chapel with the Veiled Christ, the Church of St. Dominic Major.
From the house you can easily reach on foot within a few minutes some of the most interesting historical and artistic points of the neighborhood: the beautiful Castel Sant'Elmo, the Certosa and the museum of San Martino, the Villa Floridiana with the National Museum of Ceramics Duke of Martina.