Affabile, espansivo, allegrone e soprattutto "flessibile".
Tutto si può fare, datemi il tempo che in qualche modo risolviamo!
We very much enjoyed our stay. The rooms were very clean as well as the bathrooms. Great location. Only be aware of the street numbers and look for #8 on the left side of the narrow street. Somewhat noisy but the thick shutters helped a lot in dampening the noise. Would recommend anytime.
A Un Passo Da is a very pleasantly renovated apartment in a 16th-century Neapolitan palazzo. It is set on a fairly busy street just off the Piazza Plebiscito so very convenient for walking and transport in the city and the port for ferries. Expect some street noise even in the small hours, this being Italy; the windows are not double-glazed. Aircon in every room and public areas worked well. Our experience was good - we were met by a very cheerful and helpful lady who looked after the servicing of the apartment, including preparing the daily continental self-service breakfast. There were three of us and our suite had two large rooms connected by a staircase, one above the other. The drawback for the upper room was that it had no ensuite and so had to share the bathroom downstairs which was only accessible by passing downstairs and through the first bedroom. This wasn't a major problem as our friend didn't have to get up in the night but it might not suit older people or friends who are very shy. It was probably our fault but we hadn't realised that other guests would be staying in the apartment at the same time. This was not really an issue because we had our own bathroom and there was a wall safe and all was enclosed behind a lockable door. We had trouble with the WiFi which refused our connections (on several devices both mac and android) until midway through our 6-day stay. However the lady in charge was kind enough to let us use the house computer. I would certainly stay there again but if there were three of us we might ask for two rooms with separate ensuites. (The San Carlo suite was certainly the biggest and nicest though.)
Super place au centre de Naples
Chambres et sdb neuves
Centralissimo, camere spaziose ed ospitalità eccellente. Fabio e Mariarosaria sono ottimi host e li raccomando a tutti.
Very nice, big and comfortable room (Sancarlo). Room has been just renovated and looks real good. Parking just up the street if required. Good coffee and Italian included, accessible at any time.
Fabio and Mariarosaria were very helpful and nice with us.
You do have to get over the looks of the street (very busy and dirty) and the look of the building which needs major renovations. But once you are in the newly renovated B&B wing, you feel fine!
Excelent location. Little but outstanding bed and breakfast in an old building in Naples city center.
Like most italian people, be sure to arrange the price. As in many restaurants when you have to pay, like magic, all the prices increases in 10% to 25%
Don´t worry and don´t feel they are robbing you, it is on italian genes and they can´t avoid it.
Probably you will never meet or speak to Fabio. He is like Charly in Charlies Angels, but if you can afford paying a litle bit more One Step Away is a great place to stay.
Nice appartment in a quiet noisy street. Friendly hosts.
We really loved the BnB. Good location to explore Naples. Extremely clean, spacious room, nice bathroom, good service. Only disadvantage is the typical Italian breakfast - crackers in plastic. Better to go outside and score a cornetto with a cappuccino at a local bar. Other than that great compliments and we hope to return some day. Also nice, it's walking distance to Molo Beverello, the harbour from which ferries leave to the Amalfi coast and islands.
We had a great stay at One step away!. It was easy to find from the train station and also a great location. The room was very pleasant. I loved the IKEA furnishings!! We discovered the greatest little restaurants right around the corner. We would highly recommend it.
Marge & Juanita
I stayed in the Vesuvio room. Nice place, modern, clean. The welcome was warm, though communicating in English with the receptionist was a little difficult. I never actually met Fabio, though he responded to all my texts quickly, and with good advice on the area. The location is quite a ways from the central station, though there's a (very crowded) R2 bus that will drop you right at Piazza Trieste e Trentino. And once you get there, you'll appreciate the location -- just around the corner from the famous Caffe Gambrinus and the even more justifiably famous Brandi pizzeria, which is right on the pedestrian Via Chiaia. All this just a few meters from Piazza Plebiscito, and the Gulf is not much farther. Just beware that you'll pay a price for the proximity -- though the street below the B&B (Via Nardones) seems like a quaint little alleyway, it's a thoroughfare for speeding cars, trucks and motorbikes. Even on a Monday night, and even with the big windows and the thick doors shut, it was tough to sleep with all the noise.