x The average starting price for a place to stay in Naples is £47 per night.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 544/9 NaplesExcellent 94%
and01 Traveler: Single senior Difficult to locate this place but the instructions to find it are correct. One must pass through the arch in the first building across the street on the left after exiting the funiculare. Descend 50 steps and up 10 and you are there. One must phone the owner upon your arrival or be there at the arranged time. If you are lost he will help. Use the funiculare to go up the hill where you can connect with the two other funiculare and the subway. One can descend the funiculare also to connect to the subway. The owner arrives every morning to advise on your day's activity. He is truly interested that you enjoy your stay! There is a common room and a small kitchen with fridge. Also a computer for internet use. There are only 4 bedrooms here. Excellent value for 25 Euro due to service and unusual location.
medicis10 I did only stay 1 night but it is sufficient enought to notice the quality of that Hostel. A warm welcome, precise advices for directed in the city and full of cheerfulness. The rooms are Okay and shower-rooms are clean. For a single person the price is perfect. On the other hand, in couple, there is some charming bed and breakfast in the historic center, for +/-the same price. Anyway, I'll recomand the Hotel of the sun.
sophia960 The absolutely best week!!!! The hostel is really incredible over 250000% easily, Giovanni is a total dude and greatest guy, everyone should go stay just to meet him...and to absorb his total and complete passion for naples. He becomes like a second father and guides you through everything. Naples is severely underrated, allow a good number of days to go see everything because you will be gutted to miss stuff for sure.....is really safe, i was travelling alone and felt totally fine. ah miss it heaps already.....loved it.
Piazzetta Trinita alla Cesarea, 231Excellent 91%
Via san Giovanni Maggiore Pignatelli , 15Excellent 90%
benedict.x Robby's House is owned and run by people who are kind, very friendly and accommodating, and has all the benefits of the warmth of a B&B hotel: like a home-from-home. It could not be easier to get to, being in such a central location, very close to the central bus/train station, making it incredibly convenient for all travellers whether arriving by coach, train or aeroplane (the bus shuttle from Naples Airport travels non-stop directly to the bus station in minutes) - and right in the midst of all the local attractions. Not only does Robby's House have all of these plus-points, but it is also probably the most economical B&B in all of Naples. All-in-all, any visitor to Naples would be well advised to stay at Robby's House. I will be planning my next visit to Naples soon, and I have already informed Robby's House that when I do visit again, I'll be booking with them. Visit Naples, and stay at Robby's House!
Via Francesco Saverio Correra, 226Awesome 89%
rborg This place was great, like a home away from home. I always felt welcomed by all staff and the environment was safe and cheerful. The breakfast is lovely and homely too. Jenny runs the business like an extension of her home and is always full of ideas and advice for how to make the most out of your stay. A suggestion might be drapes for the rooms as light fills the room early.
slugtrek If you must go to Naples, this is a great place to stay. It's very secure and the English speaking staff have a lot of tips on staying safe in the often hectic city of Naples. It's a little noisy, but I don't think that can be avoided in the city. It's also really close to the main train station and the station the goes to Pompeii. The view from the balcony is pretty awesome too. You can see the market downstairs and get a great feeling for the city from just a couple stories up.
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