In the middle of old Naples which looks on first sight run down, graffiti on the town walls and very unkept environment was this hotel. Once through the front door, we were greeted by very friendly, welcoming staff. The hotel is very clean, tidy, with beautiful decor. The dining room was stunning, with all holiday makers taking photographs of the refined artwork. Breakfast was typically continental but adequate. The sun terrace was wonderfully designed, peaceful and inviting. Very central for people looking for a safe, comfortable environment. But the real jewel of this hotel was the staff. Nothing was too much trouble for them, they ensured the best price for taxis, day trips and the mini bar in our room was rock bottom prices all with warm welcomes and smiles at every meeting. If this is your first, second or third trip to Italy you will get a good idea of how friendly the Italians are. Sad to leave.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are glad to give you the warmest welcome as our guests into Palazzo Sisto Riario Sforza. Here, in the heart of Naples old town within inches of Santa Chiara Church with its Cloister, the Veiled Christ and Via San Gregorio Armeno was born, in 2008, our Hotel. The Decumani Hotel de Charme was originally built during the 17th century and belonged to Sisto Riario Sforza, the last Archbishop of Naples in the Bourbon Kingdom of the Two Sicilies of which Naples was the capital. In 2008 we embarked on a major refurbishment programme for the second floor, where the Hotel is placed. The hotel has now been fully restored and equipping with all the modern conveniences our guests expect. A wide lounge, decorated with golden stuccoes and mirrors, testifies the illustrious past of this residence. All of our 22 bedrooms are fully air-conditioned and feature the following: soundproof windows, flat screen Television with international channels, safe, minibar, direct dial telephone and hairdryer. The Decumani Hotel de Charme is located in the Decumani, in the heart of the old town originally a Greek "polis" and then a Roman "urbs", an area wich represents with its squares, streets and alleys, a unique historical, cultural and artistic heritage, as it is testified by the acknowledgment of Unesco, which in 1995 declared the historic centre of Naples " the biggest open-air museum in the world". ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Decumani Hotel Naples