Guide Du Routard


Trés central, à deux pas de via Toledo à hauteur du Banco di Napoli. Hotel flambant neuf et trés bien tenu dans un vieil immeuble rénové. Chambres mignon avec tout le confort. Celle qui donnent sur le vico sont calmes grace aux volets intérieurs en bois. Au 4° étage, 2 chambres avec une terrasse privative fleurie et ravissante. Les chambres 18 et 28 conviendront aux familles car elles possédent un lit double plus deux autres sur le mezzanine. Belles salles de petit dej' de style rustique. Accueil très agréable.

Frommer's Italy


Family-run, this hotel offers very pleasant accommodations at moderate prices in the heart of Naples. Housed in a 17th-century palazzo, it has been carefully restored. Guest rooms are decorated with pastel-colored plaster walls that highlight varying architectural details, such as wooden beams in some rooms and arches in others; the two junior suites on the top floor enjoy delightful private roof gardens, while each of the two very nicely appointed family rooms has a loft bedroom. All have modern bathrooms and are furnished with quality modern furniture in dark wood. Breakfast is served in two small breakfast rooms; the buffet includes breads and jams, fruit, cold cuts, and cheese. Guests have access to the sauna facility at the Hotel Executive and can check their e-mail in the reception area.

Petit Futè


Situé dans les quartiers espagnols à deux pas de via Toledo, l'hotel doit son nom au couvent de Santa Maria Francesca delle cinque piaghe qui est situé juste ò coté. Idéal pour se balader dans le vieux Naples grace à sa position très centrale, cet hotel propose des chambres équipées avec tout le confort nécessaire.



In pieno centro storico, a pochi passi dall'isola pedonale di Via Toledo , opsitato in una palazzo del '600, l'hotel dispone di 14 camere con TV SAT, telefono diretto, phon , cassaforte e frigobar.

Guida Michelin


Ubicato accanto all'autentico Convento di S. Maria Francesca, quest'elegante hotel si trova nel cuore del centro storico di Napoli. L'hotel è posto a soli pochi passi dalla famosa isola pedonale di Via Toledo con i suoi negozi eleganti, e nei pressi di Piazza Del Plebiscito con il Palazzo Reale, Via Caracciolo, il lungomare, il porto turistico e commerciale e i principali uffici amministrativi e finanziari. Gli ospiti che desiderano viaggiare oltre possono utilizzare la stazione metropolitana situata a 500 metri dall'hotel e le fermate autobus situate a 50 metri di distanza.

Karen Brown's


The Hotel Il Convento, next to the shrine of Santa Maria Francesca in the historic heart of Naples, is tucked in the maze of narrow, alley-like streets that make up the interesting old Spanish quarter of the city. The location is excellent, with many of the most interesting places to visit very close to the hotel. Just two blocks away is the Via Toledo that leads down to one of Italy's most colorful squares, the Piazza del Plebiscito, where you can visit the Royal Palace and San Carlo Theater. The Hotel Il Convento, originally a 17th century palace, has been skillfully renovated to maintain its original architectural features while introducing modern comforts. You enter through a stone, arched doorway into a small lobby, where instead of a formal check-in counter, you are warmly greeted at an antique wood desk. Throughout the hotel wrought-iron accents, terracotta floors, and rustic antiques set an inviting, casual ambiance. Just off the reception area there is a cozy, wood-paneled bar; a welcome place to have a quiet drink. Upstairs, a buffet breakfast is set out each morning on a handsome wooden-trestle table. The spacious, immaculate guestrooms are attractively furnished. Our favorite guestroom, 44, has its own secluded, walled terrace complete with wrought-iron furniture and pretty potted plants.



In a 17th-century palazzo tucked away in the Quartieri Spagnoli, Il Convento is conveniently close to Via Toledo. Rooms are small but elegant, with original architectural features such as arched or beamed ceilings. They are decorated in simple, modern Mediterranean style. Two junior suites have private roof gardens. Pros: Close to cafés and shops, free Internet access. Cons: Church bells may wake you in the morning, on a busy street.

Lonely Planet


Taking its name from the neighbouring convent, the Convento is a soothing blend of antique Tuscan furniture, erudite book shelves and candle-lit stairs. Rooms are cosy and elegant, combining creamy tones and dark woods with patches of 16th-century brickwork. The hotel is wheelchair accessible.