B&B Via Toledo 156: Stay in the Historic Centre of Naples
Updated: Jun 8
Naples is a fascinating city to explore. It's bursting with history dating back to its founding by the Greeks over 2500 years ago. Being the third largest city in Italy, there's naturally a lot to do, whether that be devouring one of their famous pizzas, walking through its underground world, or simply taking in the culture and sights of the city itself. That being said, it's vital that you find yourself good accommodation in Naples, close to where all the action is. B&B Via Toledo 156 is located less than a 5 minute walk to the Royal Palace and is right on the doorstep of some amazing streets full of shops and restaurants. In one direction you'll find yourself walking along the coast, in the other you'll be deep within the heart of Naples. The B&B itself is fantastic inside. There are just three rooms available to stay in, each with their own unique design, and they come with Netflix which is a bonus! There's a minibar as well, and some books to read about the area if you need some more inspiration during your trip. We were there for only one night, and my only regret is that we weren't able to stay here for longer. Here are some photos I took of our stay at B&B Via Toledo 156:
B&B Via Toledo 156
I had a great nights sleep in The 5 double bedroom. The room was very cozy and there was no noise from the streets below, despite being in the centre of Naples. There is an electronic blind that comes down as well to block out the light in case you fancy waking up a bit later, or taking a power nap. The great thing is that there are UK plugs on the wall, as well as USB sockets, which is ideal if you're like me and forgot your adapter.
There's a safe if you need it in the wardrobe, and each room comes with it's own unique mural above the bed. I thought this was a really nice feature of the B&B, and gave each room it's own charm. There was also free WiFi throughout the B&B, and a television with Netflix available for our viewing pleasure.
I loved this bathroom! The colours were really fun, and the shower was amazing. Everything was completely spotless and very new, and there were loads of fresh towels to use. The yellow theme of the room is meant to reflect the fact that Naples is known as the city of sun. Except the one day we visited of course.
Lots of yellow to brighten up our day! This would have been perfect to sit out on with a drink looking down at the street below, but it was cloudy, and we were on a tight schedule for this trip.
I love breakfast. So I was very excited to try this one. The kitchen area was set up when we arrived, and it had a large selection of food and drinks to choose from. Our host was also very nice and was on hand ready to answer any questions we had.
We also received a good selection of traditional Neapolitan and Italian pastries from the host's family run bakery. They were all amazing and very fresh. We even decided to take some with us to snack on throughout the day.
This was our first time visiting Naples, and I'm so glad we came across B&B Via Toledo 156. It's located in probably the best area to stay in Naples, only 500m from the Royal Palace, which was perfect for our one night in the city. I would love to stay here again when we return to Naples and explore more of what the city has to offer.
Price range: €75 +
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Need some help planning what to see in Naples? Check out The Best Things To Do in 24 Hours in Naples, Italy for some tips. After we visited Naples, we took a rental car down the coast to Cilento for a few days. It's considered a hidden gem of Italy, and much less crowded than Amalfi. Click here to read about our stay, including things to do in the Cilento area and where to stay. If you're thinking of visiting Milan at some point, here are some of my recommendations on what to do and eat there. Don't forget to get in touch and follow me on Instagram too!