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Well what can I say about this stunning place. After two weeks in Sorrento, Positano & Amalfi we arrive in Napoli, I am from and live in the suburbs of London so was well aware of what to expect with city life especially after spending...More
Some of the reviewers gave their opinion because they were statying at B&B in this building. We found the place accidentally - "Look inside this gate, seems unusual". The gate was between stalls of the street market, so we were surprised when we entered the...More
We stayed one night stop over from capri ,and wow we where blown away by the architecture of this fabulous building,we where met by our host nico who escorted us up to our room with a history lesson along the way ,approaching by the grand...More
On our way down from Capodimonte we walked into the courtyard of Palazzo Spagnolo.
It is very beautiful to see. I liked the green decoration and of course the architecture. I enjoyed the painted face over the door of a first floor entrance. I wouldnt...More
We had a fantastic stay in the Palazzo. The B&B is quite unique: it’s on the top floor of a historic apartment building and the stairway is the architectural gem (don’t worry about carrying your bags up 4 flights of stairs – if you call/text...More
We spent two nights in Napoli and we stayed at Palazzo dello Sagnolo. the buidling is nicely located, in walking distance from the train station, the archeological museum, Toledo street. The place itself is simply an apartment (or a couple of apartments) that is maintained...More
The Palazzo dello Spagnolo is a Napoli gem behind a huge set of wooden doors, yes they may be locked, as this is a residential block of apartments. The answer is to stay in the B&b that is available on the top floor,a treat of...More
The Spanish palace is considered a national monument since 1925 and before was, without any doubt, one of the most beautiful palace of Naples. The visits do not last very long and is strongly recommanded to be here with a guided tour. The most interesting...More