Case Così's apartments are located in the heart of Naples, in the lower part of the "Quartieri Spagnoli" only 30 meters from the well-known via Toledo and Galleria Umberto I. This is the heart of the city, where everything is within reach: all the architectural and historical milestones of Naples, the shopping streets and all you need for the day-by-day purchases. In the proximity of the building you will find piazza del Plebiscito, the Royal Palace, S. Francesco di Paola basilica and the entrance of the Napoli Sotterranea tour.
The pedestrian street via Chiaia will quickly lead you to the elegant area of piazza dei Martiri and via dei Mille.
All Naples' historical and architectural landmarks as long as the shopping streets are walking distance from Case Così.
Pino Daniele, an iconic neapolitan musician, used to sing "Naples is a thousand colours" ("Napul'é mille culure"). He was certainely referring to the Quartieri Spagnoli with its narrow streets and the typical apartments on the ground floors of the buildings.
Our apartments are structured to please both the business and the leisure traveller.
They offer the comfort and the ease of Naples economic and commercial district with its attractions, traditions and culture.
Each apartment is different from one another. That's why they are named after the most evocative neapolitan areas such as Capodimonte, San Ferdinando, Medina or Montesanto.
Twenty flats (from 30 to 70 sq. meters), located in two historical buildings entirely renovated. Each apartment has an independent heating system, bathroom with shower, TV and a fully equipped kitchen.
All apartments are "no smoking".
Single-use apartments start from 40 € per day.
Two-people apartments start from 60 € per day.
Three-people apartments start from 90 € per day.
Four-people apartments start from 110 € per day.
Penthouse apartments start from 100 € per day.
Touristic tax: 2 € per person per day.
Cradle for babies (0-3 years old), available upon request, is free.
Check-in hours from 11 am to 7 pm (please tell us your arrival time).
Late check-in has an additional cost of 15 €.
If you have special needs about check-in or check-out time, please let us know in advance by sending us a message.
Check-out: 10 am.
GALLERIA UMBERTO Designed with the intent to be a monumental work itself, as long as other surrounding monuments (Maschio Angioino, San Carlo Theater, Royal Palace, Basilica of St. Francesco di Paola), the Galleria Umberto I, since its construction, immediately became the place of the business and social life of the city of Naples.
VIA CHIAIA Pedestrian street, it's one of the famous streets of Naples for shopping.
TEATRO SAN CARLO Inaugurated in 1737, it's the oldest opera house in the world still in operation.
GALLERIA BORBONICA It's an underground cavity of Naples that extends below the hill of Pizzofalcone, near the Royal Palace, in the district San Ferdinando. This is one of the most fascinating tour of the Naples Underground circuit and is the pride of civil engineering; inside the gallery they were found several vehicles and motorcycles of the 40s, 50s and 60s as well as ancient statues and remnants of World War II.
PIAZZA DEL PLEBISCITO It's located between the waterfront and Via Toledo, with an area of about 25,000 square meters, is one of the largest in the city and this is used for large public events.
PALAZZO REALE It was the historic residence of the kings of Naples of the Bourbon dynasty from 1734 to 1861, interrupted only for a decade in the early nineteenth century during the French occupation with Giuseppe Bonaparte and Gioacchino Murat, and, as a result of the unification of Italy, the Savoy. It is nowdays mainly used as a museum center, in particular the Royal Apartments.
MASCHIO ANGIOINO/CASTEL NUOVO It is an historical, medieval and Renaissance castle, and one of the symbols of the city of Naples.
CASTEL DELL’OVO The oldest castle of the city of Naples (first century BC) and is one of the symbols that most stand out in the gulf. It is located by the sea, next to the port of Santa Lucia and Borgo Marinari, between the neighbours of San Fernando and Chiaia, in front of Via Partenope.
MOLO BEVERELLO It is part of the Port of Naples from where fast boats link Naples to the Gulf islands such as Ischia, Capri or the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. In the heart of the city, just across the Maschio Angioino, it is connected to all parts of Naples by all public transport means.
VIA DUOMO One of the main arteries of the city, home to the majestic Duomo di San Gennaro, tied to the patron saint of the city. A church rich in history and culture, home to the Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro, the heart of Neapolitan religious tradition, with bronze and silver statues of saints, the famous "bulb" containing the blood of San Gennaro, which on several occasions during 'year offers the miracle of liquefaction, and images of high-level painting, made by the greatest artists of the' 600 Naples. A rich and complete exhibition of Baroque art and architecture in Naples.
SAN BIAGIO DEI LIBRAI Famous street for its shops and Cornicelli, typical of the culture and of the strong Neapolitan superstition.
SAN GREGORIO ARMENO The way of the cribs, which offers the most comprehensive showcase of pastors from around the world. From scenes of daily life and market, religious scenes, through to celebrities in vogue at the time, everything is fine in the cribs of this street.
VIA DEI TRIBUNALI Ancient street, part of "Spaccanapoli" where you can find some of the most famous pizzerias in the city.
CAPPELLA SANSEVERO A magnificent chapel built by the Prince of Sansevero, Raimondo di Sangro. It contains sculptures dedicated to the virtues of the whole family. It is said that the Prince was an alchemist and passionated of all sciences. Here stands the astonishing "Cristo Velato" sculpture, created by Sammartino, who has not only carved in marble a Christ near real; he made a veil of marble which, penetrating in all joints of the body of Christ, accentuates the anatomy as if it were a real cloth towel. In fact, the legend says that this is the result of a process of marbling of a real veil, and not a sculpture made from a block of marble.
PIAZZA SAN DOMENICO MAGGIORE Where stands the magnificent spire of St. Dominic, a saint who on several occasions, throughout history, has replaced most important San Gennaro.
PIAZZA DEL GESÙ Here, in addition to the spire of the Immaculate Conception, one can admire the Church of Gesu Nuovo, an example of condensed from different ages. The '400, with the fascinating and unusual facade with the ashlar diamond, the' 500, with its typical shape of the Counter (single aisle and very wide), and the '600, for the rich baroque decorations with paintings of the greatest masters of the time.
PIAZZA BELLINI where many bars with their outdoor tables, mingle with history, thanks to the remains of the Greek walls of tufa, which are placed right at the center of this square.
Case Così is located in the most central area of Naples: via Sergente Maggiore is just a few meters from Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace.
FROM THE HARBOUR (Molo Beverello): it's 10 mins walking. Cross piazza Municipio, then, keeping the left hand side, head toward piazza Trieste e Trento. Take via Toledo and then walk up the third street on the left, via Sergente Maggiore, for 30 meters until you reach number 21.
FROM CAPODICHINO AIRPORT: ALIBUS shuttle leaves every half hour. The ticket costs 3 euros. It stops in piazza Municipio. From here you can follow the same instructions from the harbour.
FROM THE CENTRAL RAILWAY STATION: catch R2 bus which stops in piazza Trieste e Trento. Take via Toledo and then walk up the third street on the left, via Sergente Maggiore, for 30 meters until you reach number 21.
FROM THE HIGHWAY: if you are on the A1 highway Milan-Naples or the A3 Salerno-Naples take the "Napoli Porto" exit. Drive down via Marina until piazza Municipio. Then reach piazza Trieste e Trento and take via Nardones. At the end of this street you will find the parking on your left, where you can leave the car. From here walk down via Nardones until piazza Sant'Anna di Palazzo and take the second on the right. Case Cosi is just ten meters on the right.
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monday - friday: 9:00 / 20:00
saturday: 9:00 / 13:00