Dear guests, our lives have recently been turned upside down by the spread of Covid-19. The return to normal will be slow and gradual and as hospitality operators we have adapted to the new reality to make your holidays safe.
As regulated by the anti-Covid-19 measures, our holiday home will follow Italy’s State and Region directives to create the conditions for a reassuring stay in Naples.
Only with everyone’s contribution we will be able to overcome this overwhelming crisis and therefore we ask you to respect the measures taken and the indications provided below.
Check-In / Out
Activated fast check-in and fast check-out mode, all guests will be required to provide copies of ID or passport via Whatsapp or email to reduce check-in times.
During your stay we will always be available virtually via Whatsapp for all your requests.
We will avoid shaking hands and we will respect social distances measures.
We will wear masks and gloves.
Before entering the house, the body temperature of all guests will be measured.
Upon entering the house you will be asked to sanitize your hands with the hand sanitiser made available to you.
Upon the check-in, greeting time will be reduced and you can use the material available at home and on our website for advice and useful information on managing the apartment and on your stay in Naples.
We recommend traveling light, remember that the apartment is on the third floor without a lift and in line with the provisions we will not be able to help you with your luggage.
Before guests arrive, the whole house is fully cleaned, disinfected and aired.
Sheets, pillow cases and towels are supplied and sanitized by a certified industrial laundry.
Objects, handles, buttons and remote controls are properly sanitized with specific products.
We had to remove some decorative items to comply with the cleaning regulations.
Before the guests arrive, the air conditioning system filters are sanitized.
Rules for guests
Respect the social distancing and wear the masks correctly when we meet for check-in.
Get informed and strictly comply with Italy’s State and Region directives.
Wash or disinfect your hands frequently, even at home.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue in case of sneezing and coughing.
In case of fever or flu symptoms stay at home and notify us immediately.
Set AC cooling at 24-30°C to curb spread of Covid-19.
Throw away any used masks, gloves and tissues in the undifferentiated container, remembering to take out the garbage before check-out.
Do not leave products in the fridge or other food remains in the home.
Put the used laundry back in the bags made available and close them before leaving.
Turn off all the air conditioners and open all the windows to ventilate the apartment before leaving.
In the implementation of these measures, our guests declare to be aware of the Covid-19 containment measures currently in force in regards to the limitations on the possibility of movement of persons throughout the national territory and to take full responsibility for themselves and their companions. And thus declare:
Not to be subjected to the quarantine measurement, or not to have tested positive for Covid-19.
Not to have knowingly been in contact with persons who have tested positive of Covid-19 in the last 14 days.
Not to have a body temperature above 37.5°C or other flu symptoms.
About suspicious or positive cases
Should our guests experience symptoms of flu, fever, etc., while staying in our holiday home, despite all the precautions above mentioned, they will have to immediately let us know and they will need to leave the apartment. We will contact the Local Health Authority who will carry out a health assessment and will implement the consequent provisions as set out by the Italian law.
Also the other members of group or family must leave the apartment to return to their home.
Guests can stay for the time necessary for the organization, but already in isolation.
Our guests will be charged for any additional costs and any additional nights spent in our home to organize their return home or to self-isolate.
An anticipated thank you for your understanding and collaboration and a wish for a pleasant stay in Naples and at Interno16HolidayHome.
When Life gets back to normal… We are here to offer you the comforts of home. Patience is important but more importantly take this time to spend quality time and to stay safe. Our home away from home… awaits for you and yours!
A painful but necessary decision taken for the good of the community and to give a firm and clear answer in this moment of great confusion and concern. We have complied with the decrees of the Municipality of Naples, the Campania Region and the Italian Government by observing all regulations and indications scrupulously and with commitment.
We stop for a few days* for you, for us, for the good of all.
The only way to slow down the infection and avoid the worst is to reduce, if not avoid, social contacts. And we want to do our part! We have a duty to put the health of everyone, including our guests, before the logic of profit. We are all called to behaviors of responsibility and civic conscience. Only united will this battle be won and we hope that many others will join us.
We will soon reopen our holiday home even more enthusiastically to offer our guests the best possible stay experience in Naples.
*until April 13 the entire country is on lockdown.
In Naples there is a dessert for every holiday: is actually time to chiacchiere – a sweet crispy pastry sprinkled with powdered sugar and sanguinaccio– black chocolate pudding!
A period of gastronomic liberation before the arrival of Lent, which is all about abstinence, Carnival is an invitation to be a glutton. In Naples, the festivities traditionally begin on January 17, the feast day of Sant’Antonio Abate, and end on Shrove Tuesday, which falls on February 25 this year.
The rich pudding can is made with an extra-bittersweet chocolate cream flavored with vanilla and cinnamon; some pastry makers also add candied fruit. be eaten by the spoonful but more often we eat it spread on the typical Carnival biscuits: chiacchiere.
Chiacchiere means chatter in English, which is what your mouth will be doing as you bite down on these delicious strips of crispy dough that are generally fried and covered with icing sugar.
All the Neapolitan pastry shops prepare sanguinaccio and chiacchiere during Carnival.
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Celebrate the new year and start off on the right foot: here are some original ideas to toast the new year in the Neapolitan city.
New Year’s Eve in Naples: a whole party
In Naples, the New Year is a big outdoor party. On the streets of the center, in Piazza del Plebiscito, where the concert is held and at midnight on the 31st street towards Castel dell’Ovo to greet the new year with a incredible fireworks.
The party continues, until dawn the following day, on the Naples seafront, from Mergellina to Borgo Marinari where five stages will be set up between via Caracciolo and via Partenope which will host artists, bands and discos in the open.
At the Rotonda Diaz instead there will be the traditional appointment with the daredevils who will dive into the waters of the Gulf to greet the new year.
A must for those who want to spend it in a club on the 31st is Arenile di Bagnoli: here every year the Neapolitan New Year is celebrated with an unforgettable party.
For a dinner party, the board is the Posillipo Theater which organizes a dinner and disco after midnight.
The alternative to dinners and parties is the San Carlo Theater with the wonderful performance of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker.
Having wrapped up the most recent leg of the tour with a sold-out show at Los Angeles Dodger Stadium in July, Paul has already performed 39 huge shows across 12 different countries since he launched the Freshen Up global tour. Winning five-star reviews from critics and fans alike all over the world, the Freshen Up tour which draws in crowds of all ages and backgrounds, showcases Paul’s unparalleled career as both a phenomenal songwriter and performer that confirm his universal appeal.
With songs like ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Live and Let Die’, ‘Band on the Run’ and ‘Let It Be’ the Paul McCartney live experience is everything any music lover could ever want from a rock show: Nearly three hours of the greatest moments from the last 50 years of music, dozens of songs from Paul’s solo, Wings and of course Beatles catalogues that have formed the soundtracks of our lives. Paul and his band have performed in an unparalleled range of venues and locations throughout the Americas, the UK, Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and all points between: outside the Coliseum in Rome, Moscow’s Red Square, Buckingham Palace, The White House, a free show in Mexico for over 400,000 people, the last ever show at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park where The Beatles played their final concert in 1966, a 2016 week in the California desert that included two headline sets at the historic Desert Trip festival and a jam-packed club gig for a few hundred lucky fans at Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace, and even one performance broadcast live into Space! Featuring Paul’s band of the last 15+ years – Paul “Wix” Wickens (keyboards), Brian Ray (bass/guitar), Rusty Anderson (guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (drums) – and constantly upgraded state of the art audio and video technology that ensures an unforgettable experience from every seat in the house, a Paul McCartney concert is never anything short of life-changing.
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The neapolitan Ragù (proun. [raˈɡu]) is certainly one of the fundamental dishes from Napoli’s cooking tradition. It is the typical dish to be eaten on Sunday. It isn’t simply “carne c’ ‘a pummarola” (meat & tomato sauce), like Neapolitan theatrical actor and director Eduardo de Filippo said the Ragù takes much time to be perfect…much time. It has to be cooked for many hours to reach that characteristic solidity and strong taste, it has to “pippiare” how the Neapolitans say. In fact, tradionally the Ragù is prepared during saturday night to be ready for the lunch of Sunday, with a slow heat in a pan of clay and with a wooden spoon.
THE RAGU’ TODAY
But nowdays, in the lighter preparation, also four-five hours are sufficient. The fundamental ingredients of the Ragù are the tomato sauce, added in onions browned after softly frying them with extra-virgin oil. In Naples the Ragù has to be directly prepared with beef meat , which is the perfect second course together with the ziti or candele spezzate pasta. If you taste the Ragù, forget the good manners, the “scarpetta” is a must, so tast last sauce in the dish with a piece of bread! A simple dish but with an unique taste.
‘O rraù is not a recipe, but an ancestral symbol, a ritual that goes from gastronomy to the most authentic bond that unites the Neapolitan people with its own food.
Carlos Corrales Almeida visited us a few days ago and decided to share his experience on his travel blog napoliautentica.com, a project born from love for a city and the need to give a different point of view than usual on Naples and on how to live it as a tourist. This is the direct link https://bit.ly/2JJeour Recommended for all Spanish-speaking friends (and not only!). We also report on this other beautiful project by Carlos: Napoli street photography, photos of Naples, streets, people and everyday life.