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Hotel was close to the main Napoli train station and it was a €20 taxi to get to/from the airport. The overall location of the hotel seems a little shifty when the sun sets. I wouldn’t like to be out on my own. The hotel room was pleasant enough, however our safe was broken. And it was two single ...
We used the airport bus to Piazza Garibaldi and then walked to the hotel. It would have been easier to catch the train to Museo. The hotel is accessed via a gated intercom into a pretty courtyard. Large wooded doors close the courtyard at night. Check in can be a little slow as room keys are left ...
A taste of authentic Naples on the edge of the Spanish Quarter close to metro, Via Toledo, and Augusteo stop of Funicular Centrale, short walk to Piazza Plebiscito. Very helpful front desk staff, great varied breakfast buffet - staff happy to make you cappuccino or latte. Ten minute walk up the hill ...
It is comfortable if you travel by car. Nice and secure parking. The area is not very nice and there are not many walking distance restaurants. Even though expedia website says it has restaurant THERE IS NO restaurant in the hotel, only room service.
The hotel can give basic amenities for what you paid for, take note: there is no elevator in this hotel, therefore you have to carry your bag using the stairs,which can hard. Location is great for connecting to different places near Naples. This hotel is just a stone throw from the garibaldi station ...
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.