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Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 20 January 2013

We stayed at Dimora dei Giganti for 2 weeks over Christmas 2012, 9 of us with the place absolutely to ourselves, spread out over four bedrooms, four bathrooms, kitchen, living room and a large terrace. All the ultra-positive reviews, the emphasis on its location in the heart of bustling Naples, the diagram of the layout, the stunning photographs, the friendliness...

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Reviewed 19 November 2012 via mobile

We found hw address by chance and we fell in love with picture of the terrace and room, but we got really much more positively impressed by the real place. Location is perfect for strolling around in the historical center , enjoy local charme of the people. And have the best pizza or just a glass of wine sitting outside...

Thank Hatsutrips
Reviewed 16 October 2012

I stayed for one night with my daughters because I wanted them to expereince the heart of Napoli I chose this property. I couldn't fault the facilities - beautifully decorated everything you needed and suprisingly quiet for its central location. Well appointed kitchen and well stocked fridge for breakfast supplies. Quite a climb to the apartment so not suitable for...

Thank whispercat
Reviewed 27 July 2012

What a gem. I was a bit of a grump as I made my way there from the train station, letting stereotypes about Naples color my impressions of the neighborhood's pinched, twisting network of streets. But the moment Raffaele let me into Dimora dei Giganti and we deposited my bag in my room, I knew I would fall in love...

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Doha, Qatar
Reviewed 16 July 2012

Upon first arrival, I was sure I was lost or in the wrong neighborhood, but it turned out I was in the heart of Naples. It is quite a trip up the flights of stairs, but a Brazilian butt you will have ;) The facilities were great, as was the welcome of the owner with his suggestions, advice, and assistance....

1Thank pthft
Carrieres-sur-Seine, France
Reviewed 27 July 2011

We loved the place, the space of the rooms, the relaxed use of the kitchen to get breakfast yourself and not to forget the lovely terrasse with its hanging plants and high view. There was also a neighbour who sang (rather badly!!) but it was funny. We looked forward to getting back to the peace and quiet of the place...

Thank obrien_gang
Cape Town
Reviewed 27 June 2011

Fantastically close to the Sotterranea Tours which are great! The B&B was clean, neat and had all the amenities that we needed. It is right in the middle of suburban Naples which took a while to get used to, but could be seen as authentic...

1Thank Ryan L
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 April 2011

We booked through email and paid cash on arrival. We'd recommend going with their suggestion of booking a taxi (20 euros) from the airport as we went by train/ metro/ foot and got a little lost on our way there the first day. You need a working mobile phone as the owner arranged to meet us by text as we...

1Thank RebeccaDerby
Angers, France
Reviewed 18 March 2011

I can highly recommend this b and b. It is beautiful and yet everything works (the bathrooms are new and excellent. I particularly liked the fact that you could make your own breakfast in the well equipped kitchen. Not for those who cannot walk up 78, I think it was, steep stone steps, but for those who can, go there,...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Situated in vicoletto Giganti, on the top floor of a historical building, right in the heart of Naples' historical centre, this welcoming Bed & Breakfast will immediately take you into the local atmosphere of the neapolitan lanes, among the hanging washing, the sun and the perfume of the traditional dishes. Two steps away from San Gregorio Armeno street, famous for its craftsmen and the art of the nativity scene, and also very close to the Naples Underground Museum, San Lorenzo Church, Cathedral and San Gennaro's Treasure, as well as the new MADRE museum (Contemporary Art Museum). Ideally situated to discover the magic of Naples and its monuments, the apartment, which has just been redone by the owners, young architects, offers comfortable en-suite bedrooms, a large and sun-bathed living room, as well as a fully equipped kitchen. One of the rooms looks onto a beautiful roof garden where you'll find a long earthenware bench, tables and chairs for you to relax and enjoy our delicious self service breakfast, with coffee, milk, tea, fruit juice, bread, croissants, cakes, organic home made marmelade. ... more   less 

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Address: Vicoletto Giganti 55, 80138, Naples, Italy
Region: Italy > Campania > Province of Naples > Naples > Pendino
Price Range: RM304 - RM452 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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“good apartment for fit people (due to stairs) and who want to be close to the centre”
ivanDBU, 31 Aug 2015 | Read review
“They had many different types of rooms. There is one just off the terrace though if you want to be away from the other rooms. Also, there are some stairs so if you have trouble with climbing you may want to mention that so they can help you pick.”
25mikag, 15 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Room # 1 is the biggest (and furthest from the kitchen and balcony). This room can easily sleep four. Room # 2 has the biggest bathroom (just across the hall, with a tub), a double and a single bed. Room #3 is just off the entrance way, double bed, and the quaintest of small and functional showers, up a set of stairs inside the room. Room #4 has its own access to the terrace, lots of windows, and great bathroom also en suite.”
dpr1_13, 19 Jan 2013 | Read review
“Do your own thing in old Naples”
RebeccaDerby, 5 Apr 2011 | Read review
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