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Angevin Booking

The structures are located in the port area, near the Federico II University, and in Piazza della Borsa, in the nerve center of the university and historical life of the city. Sono inserite in un contesto, paragonabile ad un museo a cielo aperto, accessibile a tutti, da visitare and simply enjoy walking along its streets full of historical testimonies in a small area. In addition, the structures are vicinissime at Molo Beverello from where all the excursions, also organized by the staff of Angioino, depart Booking to the enchanting islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida as well as for the Amalfi coast.

Castel dell'Ovo

The Castel dell'Ovo (castrum Ovi, in Latin), is the oldest castle in the city of Naples [1] and is one of the elements that stand out the most in the famous panorama of the gulf. It is located between the districts of San Ferdinando and Chiaia, in front of the Mergellina area. Its name derives from an ancient legend according to which the Latin poet Virgil - who in the Middle Ages was also considered a magician - hid an egg in the dungeons of the building which kept the entire fortress standing. Its breakage would have caused not only the collapse of the castle, but also a series of disastrous catastrophes for the city of Naples.

During the fourteenth century, at the time of Giovanna I, the castle suffered extensive damage due to the partial collapse of the arch on which it rests and, to prevent panic from spreading among the population for the presumed future catastrophes that would have hit the city , the queen had to swear she had replaced the egg.

Royal Palace

The Royal Palace of Naples is one of the four residences used by the royal house of the Bourbons of Naples during the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies; the other three are the Capodimonte palace located north of the historic center, the Caserta palace and the Portici palace on the slopes of Vesuvius.

Of considerable size, the building majestically overlooks the monumental area of Piazza del Plebiscito and is surrounded by other important and imposing buildings such as Palazzo Salerno, the basilica of San Francesco di Paola and the Palazzo della Prefettura.

Throughout its history, the palace became the residence of the Spanish viceroys, then of the Austrian ones and, later, of the kings of the Bourbon house. After the unification of Italy it was named the Neapolitan residence of the rulers of the House of Savoy.

Why book with us? because we are a few steps away from:

  • Molo Beverello (ferry boarding)

  • Mass port drop pier (ferry boarding)

  • Underground

  • Railway station

  • Alibus stops to and from the airport

The Male Angevin

Castel Nuovo, better known as Maschio Angioino, is a historic medieval and Renaissance castle, as well as one of the symbols of the city of Naples.

The castle dominates the scenic Piazza Municipio and is the seat of the Neapolitan Society of Homeland History and of the Naples Committee of the Institute for the History of the Italian Risorgimento, housed in the premises of the SNSP.

The civic museum is also located in the complex, which includes the palatine chapel and the museum itineraries on the first and second floors.

San Carlo Theatre

The Teatro di San Carlo, formerly Real Teatro di San Carlo, often referred to as Teatro San Carlo, is an opera house in Naples, as well as one of the most famous and prestigious in the world.

It is the oldest opera house in Europe and in the world still active,[1] having been founded in 1737, as well as one of the largest Italian-style theaters in the peninsula.[2][3] It can accommodate more than two thousand spectators [4] and has a large audience (22×28×23 m), five tiers of boxes arranged in a horseshoe shape plus a large royal box, a gallery and a stage (34×33 m) .[5][6] Given its size, structure and antiquity it was a model for subsequent theaters in Europe.


Royal Botanical Garden

Founded on 28 December 1807 by decree of Giuseppe Bonaparte, the botanical garden was built on some land previously belonging to the Religious of Santa Maria della Pace and to the Ospedale della Cava. In reality, the project was initially endorsed by King Ferdinand IV, but the Neapolitan Revolution of 1799 made it impossible to implement.

The project was carried out by two architects. The first, Giuliano de Fazio, is the author of the monumental façade and of the avenue perpendicular to it, of the tempered stove, and of the avenue leading to the Castle. The lower part is instead the work of Gaspare Maria Paoletti.


our rooms, suites and apartments have:

  • 42" flat screen TV

  • Smart TVs

  • Climate

  • Free wifi

  • Mini bar

  • Telephone

  • Kettle

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