Absolutely the most central hostel in Naples, just off Via Toledo and walking distance to everything you'd want to see. Run by an Australian who loves Napoli we have bright, spacious dorm rooms with no bunks, private rooms from a single to a quad. Our kitchen is amazing and just around the corner is one of the cheapest and most authentic market places in the city. Perfect to buy fresh produce to come back and cook. Our common room has loads of movies and music to choose from and there is no lock out so it's the perfect place to re-charge after some gruelling travels.
Just five minutes walk from the Piazza Dante Metro Station. Night life and great eats right outside the door. Ask our friendly staff for heaps of info about this amazing, unpretentious city.
We will provide you with detailed maps and be happy to show you all the best places to wander, eat, drink and/or gaze at.
We have no curfew and no lock-out and our reception is open for check-ins between 8am and 12 midnight. (Be sure to arrive before midnight!).
This hostel is owned and run by an Australian who has lived in and loved Naples for over 10 years. We would love to have you as our guests.
N.B. We have a resident cat so we hope not to upset anyone who may have allergies.
N.N.B For those booking a private room we'd like to mention that the double ensuite is very cheap for a reason. It is a tiny double room with a small double bed. It has a small bathroom which is divided by a beaded curtain so this room is best suited to couples on a budget looking for privacy or for a single room booking. It is clean and private but lacks any charm.
If you would prefer something more pleasant please book one of the twin private rooms both of which are large, bright and lovely. Both of these rooms can be made up with a double bed simply by sending us an email request. Thanks.
From the airport take the Alibus which leaves outside arrivals every half hour. The bus will stop first at the station then it will go onto Piazza Municipio. From there walk along Via Medina which, after the lights will become Via Monteoliveto. About 200 mt up on the left you will come to Piazza Monteoliveto. Walk into the Piazza, behind the fountain and on the right is a little narrow street, Via Diodato Lioy. Look for number 18.