"Limoncello loft house" is a typical Neapolitan house in the heart of the historic center of the city, in the heart of the Greek Roman theater, it is the ideal place to spend Neapolitan holidays. The central location is an ideal place to enjoy the city on foot, freely. A few steps from the Cathedral, from Via dei Tribunali and from the famous San Gregorio Armeno.
房源空間 Finely restored, Limoncello loft House is a typical Neapolitan house, with independent access in one of the most ancient and characteristic alleys of Naples. A mini industrial loft 2.0, cool and welcoming, the ideal place to discover all the beauties of the city center on foot. The bedroom is equipped with a memory mattress and pillows , latest generation hot and cold air conditioning, smart TV with NETFLIX subscription and AMAZON PRIME VIDEO for a free on demand of hundreds of movies and TV series. The bathroom( equipped with a hairdryer, shampoo / shower soap kit and towels) has a spacious shower with cascade jet. To finish the living room, where we find a brand new kitchen (complete with dishes) with 4-plate induction hob and electric oven, complete with all appliances (plates, glasses and cups, cookware, kettle, oven, toaster, coffee machine espresso / coffee maker, microwave) and a sofa bed that turns into a Japanese double bed with futon, ideal for two people. BREAKFAST CORNER, products for breakfast. HIGH SPEED Free Wi-Fi.
Over the centuries, Vico Limoncello takes on various denominations, the story tells that it was the most ancient nucleus where the Jews lived and for this reason it was known for a long time as the "Giudecca" of the city of Naples. For a time the alley was also known as "degli Spogliamorti", as San Gennaro Spogliamorti rose on that street: where a congregation gathered the dead to strip them and sell their belongings to the market. Today Vico Limoncello is a magical place where the dialect, the perfume of Neapolitan laundry and ragù blend with the art, the history and the magic of these millennial walls, of this of the narrowest and oldest alleys of Naples.