Hotel Palazzo Turchini Naples is a small and friendly four star hotel with 27 rooms, located in the center of the city of Naples, in the historic building that housed an old conservatory of the sixteenth/seventeenth century.
Why the name “Turchini”?
The conservatory welcomed orphans and prepared them to the art of Music. The dress and hat, with which the children were dressed, were of color “Turchino” (turquoise). The boys, who would become famous musicians of the time, were known, therefore, as “li Turchini”.
Today Palazzo Turchini Naples retains its historic nature and propose the hospitality, which has always distinguished the people of Naples, in a modern way.
The hotel Palazzo Turchini is located in Naples, in the heart of the Historic Centre, near the two main harbors of the city, Molo Beverello and Calata Porta di Massa.
Close to the hotel you can find the so called “Maschio Angioino” (Castel Nuovo), Palazzo Reale (the Royal Palace), the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola and three of the main theatres in town, the San Carlo opera house, the Mercadante and the Augusteo.
In a few minutes you can explore the suggestive street of Spaccanapoli and visit the most important sites of historical and cultural interest: the Dome, the Church of Gesù Nuovo, the Monastery of Santa Chiara, the Sansevero Chapel and San Gregorio Armeno, the street where nativity scenes are crafted.
The San Carlo Theatre is the opera house of Naples and one of the most famous and prestigious in the world.It is the oldest opera house in Europe and the world
The Augusteo Theatre is a theater complex in Naples which hosts Pièce and concerts in a structure of 1929 with red marble decorations and vaulted ceiling designed by Nervi.
The National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN) is an archaeological museum, the most important of the city of Naples. Boasting the richest and most valuable collection of works of art and artefacts of archaeological interest in Italy.
The Cathedral, the Church of Jesus, the Monastery of Santa Chiara, the Sansevero Chapel, San Gregorio Armeno and the streets of the cribs and artisans, are within walking distance.