This is one of the historic hotels in Naples just across the Agnano Terme and not far from the Airport, walking distance to bus and train station, it is a convenient hotel to stay if you want a peaceful and quiet stay, far from the touristic areas.
The staff is very friendly and they are kind enough to bring home made Neapolitan pastries to the room to welcome you.
The restaurant serves traditional Campanian cuisine all made with authentic and fresh products such as buffalo mozzarella, Pienolo tomatoes, a drizzle of cold press extra virgin olive oil from the Region, flat bread made with Neapolitan pizza dough to start. The knowledgeable servers will recommend you a bottle of regional sparkling wine made with Falanghina grapes, one of the ancient grapes of Greek origin in the Campania region.
To continue you will savor a selection of local fish carpaccio with capers and Sorrento lemons paired with Fiano Di Avellino, a delicate fruity white wine from the Benevento.
They also serve traditional Neapolitan fried dishes such as stuffed pumping flowers with ricotta cheese, fried zucchini and fried cod fish.
Must try the fried calamari rings, octopus and sardines all breaded and sprinkled with Sorrento lemons and finely cut parsley.
I loved their homemade pasta such as paccheri from Gragnano with seafood and juicy cherry tomatoes.
I enjoyed their oaky Aglianico wines, an intense red that goes just right with the peppery grilled meat and baked rosemary potatoes.
For dessert you can't go wrong with the Babba, a rum sponged Neapolitan delicatessen.
Finish with a limoncello liquor and a 100% Neapolitan espresso.
Now you are ready to start your walking tour in Naples. Enjoy !!!