6 Best Hostels in NAPLES for Solo Travelers, Party & Chill 2022

Naples is one of the largest metropolitan areas in Italy, and the gateway to all that the region has to offer. This coastal Italian city is known for the massive Mt. Vesuvius volcano, incredible pizza, and historic ruins.

Naples is a walkable city that offers multiple ways to explore, from free walking tours to metro trains, buses, and ferries. With historic sites, world-class shopping and some of the best cuisine in the area, travelers visit Naples many times to take in all this amazing region has to offer.

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Some of the best Naples hostels offer a one of a kind experience – offering comfortable beds, amazing food and a welcoming community of other travelers. 

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Hostel of the Sun

Book on Hostelworld Book on Booking.com from $24 / 8-dorm 4.6/5 Map

**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

A fan favorite, Hostel of the Sun is one of the most popular hostels in Naples. This hostel offers free daily breakfast, communal kitchen, and an on-site bar. With a lively game room complete with a flat-screen television, there is plenty of space to enjoy socializing with other travelers.

Location is everything in Naples, and Hostel of the Sun is no exception. Just a 10-minute walk from Piazza Trieste e Trento and two minutes from the ferry to Capri and buses to Amalfi Coast, Hostel of the Sun is a great jumping-off point for exploring the area. Guests love the community areas and game room, where they can enjoy a game of chess or table football with their newfound travel buddies.

Dorm beds come with USB ports for easy charging, individual reading lights, and storage space for your belongings. Guests love the on-site bar and have continuously given Hostel of the Sun glowing reviews for cleanliness and service. Travelers who have visited Hostel of the Sun rave about the warm welcome and hospitality they receive.

Highlights of this hostel include close proximity to metro stations, book exchange and outdoor patios with excellent views. 

Naples Experience Backpackers Hostel

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**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

One of the highlights of this centrally-located hostel is its commitment to providing one of a kind experiences for travelers. The hostel staff organizes daily trips to Pompeii, Positano, Vesuvius, Amalfi, Sorrento, and Caserta. One of the few hostels that are both friendly to cyclists and pets, Naples Experience Backpackers Hostel offers motorcycle parking and pet relief areas.

Truly a youth hostel, Naples Experience Backpackers Hostel welcomes guests between 18-35 years old, so if you’re looking for a high-energy environment, this is the place. The hostel includes a large patio and orchard, and guests enjoy their daily free breakfast al fresco. 

Start your day with a free breakfast at the cafe bar, where there is always a wide selection of delicious offerings. The hostel offers a mix of both private and dorm rooms. Private rooms include ensuite bathrooms and room for groups to stay together. Dorm rooms allow for more social interaction and include a shared bath. One of the highlights of Naples Experience Backpackers Hostel is its custom walking tours. Take a long stroll to view Certosa di San Martino, and old monastery from the turn of the century, or visit the main square for a day of shopping and dining. 

Hostel Mancini

Book on Hostelworld Book on Booking.com from $29 / 6-dorm 4.3/5 Map

**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

Travelers absolutely rave about Hostel Mancini. A short, five minute walk from the main train station in Naples, and located next door to a grocery store, Hostel Mancini is perfect for the traveler who wants to be in the center of it all. On-site staff love arranging for budget tours, and the hostel offers free city maps.

The Hostel Mancini contains a mix of all-female dorm rooms, mixed-gender dorms and private suites. One of the best features of Hostel Mancini, however, is the Thursday aperitivo night, where guests can enjoy free sangria from the hostel’s bar. One of the few Naples hostels with an elevator, Hostel Mancini provides a convenient stay for guests who want it all. The Hostel Mancini includes free wireless Internet, linens, a PlayStation and desktop computers.

Naples Pizza Hostel

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**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

Nothing could be cooler than a hostel with the word “pizza” in the name. This hostel is located within steps of the Neapolitan historical center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and across from Pizzeria Sorbillo, one of the best in town. This area has a huge nightlife scene, so venture out from your hostel for a night of dancing and partying that you won’t soon forget. This hostel offers a mix of single-sex and mixed-gender dorms, private rooms and family suites. 

Guests visiting the Isle of Capri find that Naples Pizza Hostel provides easy access to the daily ferry. Just a few steps away from buses to Sorrento, Positano and Amalfi, this hostel offers private rooms with balconies, as well as common areas for cooking and socializing. Naples Pizza Hostel offers larger rooms with up to four beds and private baths, making it ideal for groups who need a bit of space.

One of the main highlights of this hostel is the view of nearby Mt. Vesuvius. Guests love eating their meals in the communal kitchen with the amazing volcano as a backdrop. With no curfew, free bike parking and free city maps, there is much to enjoy at Naples Pizza Hostel.

Fabric Hostel and Club

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**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

This hostel exudes “cool.” Music lovers enjoy nightly jam sessions with their newfound friends when they use the hostel’s free piano and guitars. The entire hostel has a hipster vibe with edgy furnishings and technology. An on-site restaurant offers cheap, but delicious eats that you can enjoy throughout the day. This hostel is located about 20 minutes outside of the Naples city centre, so you can enjoy a more laid-back vibe. 

Within a short walk to dining and attractions, Fabric Hostel and Club offers spacious cooking areas great for preparing meals, a comfortable seating area and large screen television. Easy access to the metro and buses means that you can be in Naples in just minutes, and travelers love the ease and convenience of reaching Fabric Hostel and Club. One of the main highlights of this hostel is “The Club,” a space the functions as a restaurant, theater, dance and wine bar. Travelers love the wide range of food options that make dining while traveling a breeze. This beachfront hostel offers a mix of dorm beds, single-gender dorms and private rooms. With no curfew, housekeeping service and air conditioning, Fabric Hostel and Club is a favorite of travelers to Naples. 

Hostellino

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**Prices are shown for weekdays in mid-season (August)

More like a large apartment than a hostel, Hostellino is the hostel for the traveler who likes a more laid back and quiet vibe. This hostel accommodates only 12 guests, allowing the staff to give each guest a personalized and custom experience. The sleeping area contains six stalls, each containing a bunk bed for two, a set of lockers and individual charging ports. Each stall is closed off by a curtain for added privacy.

Hostellino is located a few minutes away from all of the action, while still providing easy access to the metro and buses that will take you to the main areas of Naples. Hostellino is a short walk from the Naples marina, and offers ample kitchen areas for cooking and dining. Hostellino is a favorite of groups who enjoy being able to book the entire hostel for a private travel experience. 

For the history lover, there are few places in Italy better to explore than Naples. With its central location and easy access to the Amalfi Coast and the Isle of Capri, travelers love visiting this historic city. Mt. Vesuvius looms over the skyline, and the city offers a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites that are not to be missed. Visit the ruins of Pompeii or tour the San Gennaro Catacombs for an other-worldly experience. Whatever your reason for visiting Naples, you will find amazing hostels that will make your trip one you won’t soon forget.