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The hotel is run by a young couple and is located within walking distance to the historic downtown, the train station to Pompei and Sorrento and to the port in an all-Italian neighborhood. The hotel staff is very friendly and helps with everything you may need. I would recommend it to everyone who ...
This hotel is very handy for the central station and for the bus stops where the airport bus arrives and departs. It is about 2 minutes walk from Piazza Garibaldi, which we found to be a most unsavoury spot. There were mounds of rubbish in the square and some horrible smells. There were beggars and ...
We arrived late in Naples, as our flight was delayed. We were delighted to find that this hotel was so near to the airport bus drop off. The hotel staff were very helpful, kind and friendly. The room was basic but clean. The bedding, was fresh and clean, just a cover and a crisp cotton sheet. To ...
The hotel is in the heart of Naples near the best pizza restaurant, Trianon Del Ciro. The room is not fancy nor does it need to be. It has all that is needed for a pleasant stay. The room was cleaned daily, hotel staff are friendly, caring and helpful guides. We quite enjoyed the location and will ...
Very close to Napoli centrale Train station 2 Minute walk. Lovely service and standard breakfast included ie cereal croissants juice Don't be put off by street it is in safer than it looks and a couple of food options eg kebabs across road for around 3.50 euro 10 mins from water front where you catch ...
If you’re travelling on a shoestring, you’ll find plenty of affordable one-star hotels and B&Bs in Naples. The historic centre offers a couple of budget choices, from where you can walk to most of the major attractions. The majority of cheap accommodation options, however, are located in the area around Stazione Centrale, the main train station. Choose a one-star hotel here and enjoy easy access to the historic centre by bus, train or on foot.
You don’t need deep pockets to enjoy what Naples has to offer. This is a city where many major attractions can be accessed for free. Naples Cathedral, for instance, is free to enter and features a trove of sculptures and frescoes as well as exquisite gilded detailing. It’s also free to wander around the medieval fortress of Castel dell'Ovo on the waterfront.
Wandering the streets of the UNESCO-listed Centro Storico is another cheap but entertaining option. Historic churches, such as the San Lorenzo Maggiore, are often free to enter. The waterfront is an atmospheric place for a wander, with superb views out across the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius.
One of the best things about Naples is the food. Tasty low-cost options are ten a penny here. You can grab a great slice of pizza for just a few euros, and gelato is similarly inexpensive. Even the wine, often sourced from nearby Italian regions, is available at bargain prices.
Good news for the cash-strapped: Naples may be a sprawling city, but most of the major attractions are within walking distance of each other. Where they aren’t, there is always the metro and buses, both of which are extremely affordable ways of getting from A to B.
With so many free attractions lining the city’s historic streets, Naples is perfect for travellers who are watching the pennies. Use Expedia’s search filters to find one-star Naples hotels that fit your budget.