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No one on the bar, no bar menu. When reception sent some one we nicknamed him Mr Grumpy! He asked what did we want? We asked for a menu but as previously mentioned he didn't have one so asked for a cocktail he couldn't do it. So had a gin and tonic. This was the only thing to let it down. We just ...
Room with a view, but for a superior room it was compact. Awkward access to wardrobe. Small bathroom, scruffy shower. No bar on the roof, only breakfast and then the terrace is not always open even when sunny. Efficient lifts. Very noisy and dirty city and had difficulty finding a decent restaurant. ...
A great staff that took care of my needs with a booked excursion. We had a great time and the bar on the 6th floor was greatness s well. When in Napoli, I’ll stay here again.
The hotel is ok, pretty much standard sort of thing you’d expect from a Ramada. The receptionist who checked us in was extremely helpful and very friendly. He included breakfast free of charge, although we had been under the impression this was included anyway when we booked. The area is very dodgy ...
We traveled with another couple and had 2 separate rooms; the other couple's room was 'wheelchair accessible.' That room was on the 1st floor (good) and had an open shower, but the door leading into the bathroom blocked access for the wheelchair, unless it was open all the way; and there was no shower ...
Good clean hotel with good breakfast, accessible from within the central station of Naples. Walking distance of metro, decent restaurants and most main tourist sites. Recommended.
Even though the hotel is a litre out of the way from city but if you are rent a car then that's not a problem at all. Very nicely decorated and well kept hotel. Would Benifit from having an iron in the room for those who plan to attend meetings. Can also improve the breakfast menu. But overall very ...
Naples offers an extensive range of four-star hotels located in some of the most convenient spots in town. Book well-equipped, stylishly outfitted rooms overlooking the Bay of Naples or stay in characterful centuries-old buildings in the city’s gorgeous UNESCO-listed historic core.
Naples overflows with art and culture. The first museum on your agenda should be the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, which houses ancient Roman and Greek artefacts including items unearthed from nearby Pompeii and Herculaneum.
Also of note is the Capodimonte Museum, which is housed in a hilltop palace overlooking Naples. It is home to big-name masterpieces such as Caravaggio’s ‘Flagellation of Christ’. Another well-known work from Caravaggio, ‘The Seven Works of Mercy’, hangs at the church of Pio Monte della Misericordia.
For your fix of contemporary art, try the Palazzo delle Arti Napoli or the Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina (MADRE), both of which host regular exhibitions.
Another good, if surprising, place to see modern art is in the city’s underground ‘art stations’, which can be found on the metro lines 1 and 6. These stations feature contemporary works designed by well-regarded artists and architects. Among the standout pieces is the jaw-dropping escalator at the mosaic-adorned Toledo station.
There is little that is more quintessentially Italian than indulging in an al fresco aperitivo on one of Naples’ picturesque squares. Perhaps the best place in town to do this is in Piazza Trieste e Trento. The bar-bordered Piazza Bellini, near the Dante metro station, is another good spot for a pre-dinner drink. Establishments here draw a healthy mix of locals, students and tourists.
Make like the Italians do and order Campari spritz as an aperitif. After dinner, opt for limoncello, a strong lemon-flavoured spirit from the Sorrento region that is typically served chilled in a small glass.