Anni di rivoluzione culturale all’insegna della libertà dello spirito, gli anni dei colori, della musica, un’epoca spensierata ma allo stesso tempo contraddistinta dalle lotte politiche.

Al 1970 Rooms sarai circondato dai colori e dal design tipici del decennio, e potrai goderti il tuo soggiorno a Napoli con la stessa spensieratezza dell’epoca: vintage nella forma, fornito però di tutti i comfort moderni.

Un vero angolo di pace e armonia nel vivace cuore di Napoli.

Our Rooms

All our rooms boast a fine vintage design in a colourful, spacious ambient, with private bathrooms, LED TV and air conditioning.


  • bath Private bathrooms in all the rooms
  • Relax Area
  • Free WiFI
  • Breakfast included
  • Parking space
  • TV in all the rooms
  • Print&Fax service
  • Air conditioning
  • Bike rental
  • Transfer from/to the airport
  • Private tours
  • CCTV in the common areas
  • fon Hairdryer in all the rooms
  • Non smoking
  • Luggage storage
  • Concierge Concierge

Where we are

Naples and the neighborhood

The 1970 Rooms is in the heart of the historic centre of Naples, crucial point between culture and pleasure in which walk in little alleys and big squares.

The neighborhood

In 4 minutes by feet from the Maschio Angioino, in 400 meters from the San Carlo Theatre and in 500 meters from Palazzo Reale and Molo Beverello, you will find a few steps away big shopping areas such as via Toledo, via Chiaia and the wonderful Galleria Umberto I, and let yourself being carried away from the majestic Piazza del Plebiscito in 600 meters.

Toledo metro station

In few meters you will find the Toledo metro station, awarded as the most beautiful in Europe, the best for who stays longer and wants to visit a bigger area of the city.

Galleria Borbonica

In 800 meters is even possible to have a tour in the Galleria Borbonica, a suggestive underground viaduct from the middle of the IX century now a museum frozen in time.

How to reach us


Taxi - 20min

Alibus - Molo Beverello stop, 45min

Central Station

Taxi - 15min

Metro Linea 1 - take the metro going to Piscinola and get off at the Toledo or Municipio station


Go to Piazza Municipio by feet and take via San Giacomo.


From the Naples bypass, get off at Corso Malta and go on to Piazza Garibaldi. Once there, take Corso Umberto I until you reach Piazza Bovio; at the roundabout take via Cardinale Guglielmo Sanfelice and at the traffic lights turn left taking via Medina. After few meters, turn right onto via Incoronata and the in via Shelley. At the end, turn left in via San Giacomo.

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