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Donna Regina B&B
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Reviewed February 27, 2012

A friend and I were at the Donna Regina B&B at the end of February and very much enjoyed our stay. This is not a 5 star hotel and it does not fit the needs of those looking for luxury and the (un)pleasanties of a large hotel. This place is a hidden treasure, something I have hardly encountered in my travels. It is centrally located in the city and in our four days we hardly used public transportation to get wherever we wanted to go (you can even walk to the Central Railway Station) and it is very close to the Dome and great restaurants and pizzerias are around the corner.
The B&B is on the 4th floor of an older building and the exteriour of the building does not let you guess what you will expect inside. Gracious rooms with lot's of artwork - our room was large enough with bathroom and shower on a mezzanine (a bit of a climb so you may think twice in case you have little children or if you are in any way challenged to climb stairs). The bathroom is alright - one could have wished for a bit more luxury there, but it has fit our needs. The people running the place are very friendly - sometimes it's challenging to have a conversation in Italian (if you don't speak it), but we managed with a mixture of English, French and Spanish.
The breakfast served is sensational. I don't remember ever having better coffee in any hotel (between no star and 10 stars). The Bruschettas served with tomatoe and olive oil are great and the best omlette ever with Mozarella cheese. In addition you can have sweets and all is there in plenty. The breakfast alone is worth the price of admission.
In the lobby you'll find books and maps on Napoli. We weren't using the help of the proprietor to get around (Pompeii) and we also have chosen our own restaurants, but we heard that the owner gives very good advice in this respect.
All together this was a very good and unique experience and I would come back any time. Beats a hotel anytime. And the price was right.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed December 26, 2011

If you're looking for a B and B that is ideally located, has lots of charm (5 meter high ceilings -- it's a former monastery on the 4th floor of an ancient building), offers a full breakfast with excellent coffee, has excellent wifi and is managed by someone who cares enough to offer an amazing intro to Naples, then this place is it. If these elements are important to you, just two words: stay here!

  • Stayed: December 2011
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Reviewed December 14, 2011

Our three-night stay in Donna Regina B&B was the ideal introduction to a fascinating city. Domenic and his staff were friendly and hospitable, and the accommodation was charming and atmospheric. If you like art, you'll be right at home here. You can avail of the option of a home-cooked dinner here; although it will cost a bit more than pizza it's an excellent chance to sample some delicious local produce. Pretty much everything in the centro storico is within walking distance, including the amazing Museo Archeologico Nazionale. I would definitely stay in Donna Regina again and recommend it highly.

Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 12, 2011

Historic architecture, modern art and upgrades, and a central location make this place a perfect stop. Excellent service and restaurant recommendations from the family-owned B&B, the homecooked Neopolitan meal, if available, is not to be missed!

  • Stayed: October 2011
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Reviewed November 4, 2011

Of all the lodgings I have experienced around the world to date, Donna Regina is by far the most spell binding treasure I’ve ever had the unexpected pleasure to come across!

Words cannot describe the warm, ‘over the top’ feeling stepping through these doors back into time and history.

Housed in the former 14th century nunnery of Donna Regina Vecchia, Donna Regina has been in this family of artists for the last seven hundred years.

Domenic a gracious and well informed host, having just met, offers a glass of wine and a wealth of information. What must be seen, what you might not find in a guide book and especially where to have exceptional Neapolitan dishes; best pizza, pasta and accompanying wine to drink.

Each of the five en-suite guest rooms are unique in character, comes with air conditioning, spacious and furnished with original and antique furniture. Breakfast in this time-honoured kitchen is to be thoroughly enjoyed with homemade jam, Italian cake and coffee, plus a generous measure of hospitality.

Ringrazia milione Domenic per tutti gli vostri sforzi, esso era un soggiorno eccellente.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled solo
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