AddressVia Chiatamone, 37 NaplesSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Residenza Echia offers spacious self-catering apartments. It is located 200 metres from Naples' Castel dell'Ovo, in the lovely, seaside neighbourhood between Santa Lucia and Riviera di Chiaia.
The Echia's air-conditioned apartments come with microwave, a fully equipped kitchenette and an LCD TV with Sky pay-per-view channels. Wi-Fi is free and some have a balcony.
A shared washing machine is available for guests to use.
The Augusteo Cable Car stop is a 15-minute walk from the property, while a bus to/from the city centre stops 100 metres away.
The property has no reception. Please always let the property know your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property.
For guests arriving after 20:00, an entry code for the intercom will be communicated.
Please note that guests have to bring their own food. The property does not provide any food in the kitchenettes.
Bed linen change is once a week and cleaning and towels change are performed twice a week.
The kitchenette must be left clean and tidy, or a cleaning fee will be applied.
Located in Naples in the Campania region, the air-conditioned Residenza Echia is 600 metres from Royal Palace. This apartment provides free WiFi, along with a well-equipped kitchenette.
The kitchenette at Residenza Echia includes a microwave and kitchenware. There is a shower and a hairdryer in the bathroom. Bathrobes is also offered. Some accommodations have free toiletries.
A TV and satellite channels are featured at Residenza Echia. Places to visit include Royal Palace Palazzo Reale, 600 metres away and Piazza Plebiscito, 600 metres away from the apartment. Naples International Airport is 6 km away.
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