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We booked the night before arriving. The hotel is literally across the street from the train station. The area isn't the part of the city you want to visit but its 1 block from a metro station so its extremely convenient. Room was spacious, very clean and very quiet. Extra bed sheets and pillows ...
Comfortable hotel (and great beds as always with Ibis), good breakfast (included in the rate, as always with Ibis Styles). Room is on the small side, but perfect to sleep in between daytrips to Pompeii, Herculaneum or Vesuvius as the hotel is a 3-minute walk to the Circumvesuviana train station. ...
Well-placed in centre of town in attractive pedestrian area Some our groups make the buffet breakfast a bit chaotic as they all need to leave at the same time. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Good hotel with private car park ideally located for going to a football match, the hotel is literally less than 15 minutes walk from the San Paolo football stadium with plenty of restaurant and bars along the way. The staff were where polite and helpful. The in-room WiFi worked very well and the ...
At first, I was really disappointed with hotel, as taxi charged double fare from centre of Naples, as it is in Arzano- outside of Naples, and it was not as close to airport as expected. I also felt that airport shuttle was a misadvertisement as it's only a fixed rate taxi service what the hotel offers. ...
Having the hotel next to the station was very helpful however there wasn't anything nice in walking distance, the sea front is very far away and no beaches. However travelling out to other places via public transportation was easy. The hotel was nice but very basic. Nothing entirely special. It was ...
Naples and its outskirts offer a fantastic range of mid-range accommodation. In central Naples locations, such as the UNESCO-listed old centre and the area around the main train station, the hotel options are many and varied. You may choose to sleep in converted Neapolitan mansion with period features or in a modern, design-conscious boutique hotel.
You’ll also be able to find good-value Naples accommodation in suburban neighbourhoods such as Fuorigrotta, which is home to Stadio San Paolo, Italy’s third-largest football stadium. Another district of Naples with a good selection of three-star hotels is Posillipo, an upmarket, wealthy and primarily residential area that overlooks the Gulf of Naples.
Buried beneath the modern-day streets of Naples is an underground network of passageways. Descend beneath San Lorenzo Maggiore church to see an old Roman marketplace. Head up the hill toward the Palace of Capodimonte and you’ll come across the 1920s-built Basilica of Madre del Buon Consiglio. Hidden deep beneath this church are the Catacombs of San Gennaro, an underground burial site dating back to the 4th Century.
Join a tour of Naples Underground to find out about some more of the unexpected subterranean attractions, which include everything from Greek aqueducts to World War II shelters.
In AD 79, Mount Vesuvius violently erupted, laying ruin to the ancient city of Pompei. Nowadays, both Vesuvius and the old city of Pompeii are big tourist attractions, and both make good day trips from Naples. Take a shuttle up to the volcano, before hiking the last leg to its scenic summit. The views of Naples, Pompeii and the bay from the top are spectacular. For history enthusiasts, Pompeii is unmissable – rather than being destroyed by the eruption, it was merely buried, meaning its streets and houses are incredibly well-preserved.
With masses of cultural attractions, a historic centre and amazing food, Naples is a must-visit Italian city. Use Expedia’s search filters to find your perfect three-star hotel in Naples city centre.