In the historical city centre of Naples, on the 3rd floor of an XVIIIth century building, where at the beginning of 20th century the famous Napolitan writer Matilde Serao lived, the traditional Napolitan hospitality links up with the modern attitude of reception typical of an English B&B.
I Fiori di Napoli B&B is well connected with transport services like Cumana station, Cable cars, Underground stations, Circumvesuviana station, SITA bus stop, Naples railway station, Port Beverello Mole.
In a spacious and bright flat, entirely renovated and provided with heating system, I Fiori di Napoli B&B with its three bedrooms Roses, Wisteria and Sunflowers speaks about Naples, its colours and flavours without leaving out guests need for comfort, televisions in all rooms, a comfortable living room where breakfast is served, an internet access point, a little library with books on habits, manners, curiosities, legends, historical stories and fanciful tales about Naples and its famous personages.
Moreover, a full time tourist help is also available in three languages, which makes it easier to get useful information on artistic and cultural events happening in Campania. This service also includes the distribution of material provided by the City of Naples Tourist Board. All these things make I Fiori di Napoli B&B an ideal place where to spend holiday.
HOW TO GET HERE
ü by car
highway A1 (del Sole) exit A3 (Naples -Salerno connecting road). Follow the road signs to Naples city centre running along via Marina - Piazza Municipio - via Medina - via Monteoliveto - via S. Anna dei Lombardi - via Toledo until you see the La Rinascente department store sign-board. Turn on the right and go along via Concezione a Montecalvario via Francesco Girardi.
ü by train
in Piazza Garibaldi railway station take the Underground to Pozzuoli and get off at Montesanto stop. Go on along via Toledo, until you see the La Rinascente department store sign-board. Turn on the right and go along via Concezione a Montecalvario, via Francesco Girardi.
At the bus stop in piazza Garibaldi take R2, get off in piazza Trieste e Trento and go along via Toledo until you see the La Rinascente department store sign-board. Turn on the left and go along via Concezione a Montecalvario via Francesco Girardi.
ü by plane
take the bus Alibus or the 3S line bus and get off in Piazza Municipio. Go along via S. Giacomo - via Toledo until you see the La Rinascente department store sign-board. Turn on the left and go along via Concezione a Montecalvario via Francesco Girardi.
ü by boat
from the port: Piazza Municipio - via S. Giacomo - via Toledo until you see the La Rinascente department store sign-board. Turn on the left and go along via Concezione a Montecalvario via Francesco Girardi.
The price includes
Bed and breakfast, bed linen and towels, daily room cleaning, telephone service (only for domestic and local call), free internet access, daily wake up calls and newspapers (only on request)
The price for an extra bed is 20. 00
The price does not include the following:
bar service, dinner*, room service, laundry service, showing of home video cassettes.
*On request it is possible to taste typical Napolitan dishes, home made by the landlady, and taste local wine or spirits
Even in ancient Greece rose fleeting length suggested the transience of time while, on the contrary, it meant a hymn to life and its pleasures; it was also the symbol of reserve and literary speaking, the secret passion. Rose is the ambassadress of feeling either if given or received as a gift.
a prickly fragrant and graceful silence
.. here is your secret
Three- quarter beds
from 45, 00 to 60, 00
It comes from the East, with its message of tenderness and mutual friendship. In ancient China to give a plant as a gift was the symbol of availability and true love.
Its flowers contain a sweet substance which probably gave it the name of glikis the ancient Greek term for sweet.
you are in the world of sighs
.. bound with those branches of the wisteria living in me
Three- quarter beds
from 45, 00 to 60, 00
An ancient flower native of Peru, (fossils of sunflowers dating back to 3000 B. C. were discovered), where, according to the Inca civilization, it was the emblem of the Sun God. American Indians considered it as the symbol of happiness and pride, they used to dress up virgins heads with sunflowers because they were holy flowers. The Sunflower was also the symbol for Oscar Wildes aesthetic movement.
you stared at the sun bending at sunset
in one day my life