Top 10 Hostels for Solo Travellers in Naples, Italy

So you have chosen to visit Naples, the birthplace of pizza (oh yes, I love saying that), as your next solo travel destination. But does the thought of where to stay in Naples stay in your head rent-free? Well, not any longer. Let’s end your worries and welcome you to the hostel world in Naples. Yes, Naples in Italy is home to some of the most amazing hostels you will ever come across as a solo female traveller. 

In this blog post, I will list my top ten hostels for solo travellers in Naples, Italy. You’ll also learn about their affordability, amenities, ratings, and perks, which will help you choose one. Keep reading to find the one that matches your taste.

1. Tric Trac Hostel

How cool is that name? With such a catchy name, Tric Trac hostel is bound to get your attention. But it isn’t just about the name; this property has a distinct appeal. It is best for travellers who adore the indoor-outdoor concept of living.  

The rooms are exceptionally clean and hygienic. But what sets this hostel apart from the rest is its staff and the social zone. You can chill and have conversations with people from around the globe over drinks and good food (you might even get a chance to be a part of their free pasta & pizza nights!).

Oh, and did I mention the hostel is right in the heart of Naples in Piazza Santa Maria La Nova? That means you’re within walking distance of some of the best Neapolitan attractions. You can check in at 3 pm and check out at 11 am.

Room choices: 4, 6, and 8 mixed dormitory and private rooms.

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Pets are allowed
  • Free city tour
  • Free city maps

Rating: 9.5/10

Price for one day starts at: €24.00

2. Hostel of the Sun

Hostel of the Sun is another excellent hostel in Naples in terms of location and security. You already know that safety is our top priority and biggest concern (to date). So being in a good location certainly helps. The hostel has Naples Bay’s view and is just a 10-minute walk from the city centre. Therefore, you will surely save a lot of money on transportation.

In addition, the hostel is well–connected with other parts of the city. You’re only a few steps away from the ferry port and bus terminal that takes you to the quintessential Amalfi Coast. It doesn’t end here. The hostel staff will go out of their way for you to curate an unforgettable experience in Naples. And the best part about the hostel is that you can check in anytime between 8 am and 12 pm, isn’t that great? But, check-out time is 10 am.

Room choices: Family room, 4, 6, and 8 – bed dormitory room.

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Free breakfast, city maps, Wi-Fi, and linens
  • Tours/travel desk
  • Bar and mini-supermarket
  • The game room consists of PlayStation, board games, etc.
  • Elevator

Rating: 9/10

Price for one day starts at: €18.00

3. Hostel 6 Small Rooms

With everything around the corner (literally), 6 Small Rooms will win your heart. Be it eateries, popular attractions, funky bars, and alleys of street foods. You have access to everything. Moreover, you can book your stay with them if you’re eager to explore the non-touristy Napoli places. Their activities are a mixture of adventure and fun. 

This top hostel in Naples is the only one that lets you cook your meal in their kitchen! You can check in at this hostel between 2 pm and 11 pm and check out between 8 am and 10:30 am.

Point to Remember: If you’re paying through a credit card, a minimum of three nights stay is required!

Room choices: Dorm rooms and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Restaurants, popular attractions, and public transport are nearby
  • Free city tours as well

Rating: 9/10

Price for one day starts at: €19.80

4. Hostel Mancini

One of the prominent ones among backpacker hostels in Naples – Hostel Mancini, is located at a 5-minute walking distance from the train station. The staff are friendly and help you travel in and around the city.

You can check in from 2:30 pm and check out before 10:30 am.

Room choices: Dorms

Rating: 8.8/10

Price for one day starts at: €22.00

5. Naples Experience Hostel

This family-run hostel in Naples does its best to cater to your needs. The property includes a garden, terrace, shared kitchen, dorm rooms, common lounge area, and game table. 

The only downside of the hostel is the city centre is a bit far (3 km) compared to the rest. But let’s skip to the best part. Every night, you’ll get to taste one authentic Neapolitan dish cooked by the host’s mother, Rosanna. Along with it, the weekend’s bar crawl with the host is the cherry on top. I bet you’ll see Naples in a new light after this tour. Check-in starts at 2 pm, and check-out is until 10 am.

Room choices: Dorm room with bunk beds in mixed and female rooms.

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Parking
  • Airport shuttle
  • Free breakfast

Rating: 8/10

Price for one day starts at: €7.00

6. Ostello Bello Napoli

Do you live to shop? And are you one of those shopping fanatic travellers? If it’s a YES, you must stay at this hostel in Naples, Italy. It’s right around the corner from the famous Via Toledo – the best place for shoppers. 

The property is also very vibrant and appealing, with shades of yellow, blue, grey, etc. It is quite spacious and houses 21 rooms. The workspace here is also ideal for digital nomads. And there is a game room to play darts and table tennis.

Check-in time is 2 pm, and check-out time is 11:30 am.

Room choices: Dorms and double, triple, and quadruple rooms.

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Pets are welcome in private rooms

Rating: 9.4/10

Price for one day starts at: €27.71

7. La Controra Hostel Naples

Well, La Controra Hostel is the only luxury hostel in Naples. Perfect for a leisure-filled evening, the hostel is surrounded by a beautiful courtyard. You can sip wine or go for a walk. You can even avail of their floating tour and explore Capri, Sorrento, and the entire coast of Naples. 

Moreover, it is affordable as no taxes are charged separately. You can check in at this hostel between 1:30 pm – 12 am and check out between 5 am – 11 am.

Room choices: Dorm and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • At a 5-minute walking distance from the metro station
  • Breakfast and dinner included
  • Parking

Rating: 9.4/10

Price for one day starts at: €23.51

8. Nap Hostel

One of the new hostels in Naples – Nap Hostel, is cosy, intimate, and welcoming. They make you feel like a family bonded over travelling across the globe. I can keep writing about the goodness of this place. But you have to experience it on your own to feel it!

The property has rooms with modern amenities, a shared kitchen, indoor and outdoor common areas, and a private bar. You can check in at 2 pm and check out before 10:30 am.

Room choices: private rooms, mixed & female dorms.

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Garden view and balcony
  • Home-cooked free breakfast

Rating: 9.4/10

Price for one day starts at: €29.00

9. Eco Hostel Floreale 

This top hostel in Naples stands out amongst the rest. The 3-floor hostel includes a bar, kitchen, reception, gaming section, and a relaxing area. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The spectacular panoramic view of Vesuvio, Capri, and Amalfi Coast is a hot selling point of this property.

You can check in from 2 pm and check out before 10 am.

Room choices: dorms and private rooms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Terrace view
  • Food

Rating: 8.5/10

Price for one day starts at: €25.00

10. Pizza Hostel

One of the cheap hostels in Naples with the safest neighbourhood, Pizza Hostel, is a real gem for budget travellers. So do not expect 5-star facilities. It is a good hostel to crash in.

The best part is you’ll get to taste some of the best pizzas at this place. You can check in from 1 pm and check out before 11 am.

Room choices: mixed dorms

Perks of staying at this hostel:

  • Good food and pizzas
  • Budget-friendly
  • Good location

Rating: 7.4/10

Price for one day starts at: €16.46

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If you need help planning your time in Naples, go through my ultimate guide to Naples, and you will be sorted. 

Until next time, happy solo travelling.


An introverted blogger who is looking to make unforgettable solo travel memories with one short life.

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