Nestled in the historic center of the city, the heart of old Naples, the B&B Sanfelice was born on the second floor of a stately building in 1856. A fully renovated apartment consisting of rooms and suites, all equipped with private bathroom, suitable for both business travelers and tourists. The environment provides a ‘relaxing atmosphere accompanied by all our willingness to try in every way to make your stay unforgettable.

The Bed & Breakfast Sanfelice, with its strategic location, is perfect for tourists and for business trips. And ‘situated in the historical center of the city of Naples, where it is easy to walk around the old town through the three main decumani. Using the same you can reach famous squares such as Piazza del Gesù Nuovo, the Monastery of Santa Chiara with the famous Cloister, the square and the church of San Domenico Maggiore, the precious San Severo Chapel with the famous Veiled Christ and still Spaccanapoli, San Gregorio Armeno, famous by “shepherds”, the Cathedral of Naples and the Treasure of San Gennaro, Naples underground, the Archaeological Museum and much more.
We vicinissimial Angevin (Castel Nuovo), then the port (Beverello Calata Porta di Massa) from where hydrofoils and ferries.
Along Via Toledo you can reach the overall structure of the Royal Palace, Teatro San Carlo, Piazza del Plebiscito finally arriving in the lounge area of the city as good Martyrs’ Square and Via dei Mille, famous for its shops of famous signatures for its restaurants where you can enjoy excellent cuisine and taste fine vintage wines.
All this, and more, is the center of the city of Naples, a few steps from the Bed & Breakfast Sanfelice.


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