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We had an amazing experience at Grand Hotel Parkers. The views from the hotel are outstanding... Mt. Vesuvius, Sorrento, Capri and the Tyrrhenian Sea. The hotel is close to a lovely little shopping district with excellent local restaurants. The breakfast was excellent. The staff was amazing; helpful ...
Very nice. The ladies at the front desk were exceptionally friendly and helpful.
Live the high life in Naples by choosing a five-star hotel in a prime city centre location. Book a room with a view of the Bay of Naples and take advantage of top-tier facilities such as indoor pools, Jacuzzis, saunas and steam rooms.
For a more relaxing stay in Naples, opt for a five-star resort in the seaside town of Pozzuoli, where you can enjoy direct access to the beach.
Naples offers a wide range of experiences for visitors who want to splurge. During the day, wander the grand, lavish halls of the Palazzo Reale, the former residence of royals. Extravagant furnishings, elaborate tapestries and precious porcelains can still be seen inside. When evening comes, put on your best clothes and treat yourself to a night at the opulent Teatro di San Carlo. Here, you can watch world-class opera productions in a sumptuous setting.
Naples’ coastal waters providing all kinds of delicacies for talented chefs to work with. Most of Naples’ five-star hotels have their own top-end restaurants, and there’s plenty more fine dining on offer in the heart of the city, including some centuries-old dining rooms and Michelin-starred kitchens.
Staying in Naples will put you within easy reach of some of the most exclusive Italian coastal resorts. While here, you might want to take a ferry trip south to Capri, a sun-drenched island whose azure seas and rocky slopes attract a VIP crowd.
Also within striking distance of Naples is Sorrento, a gorgeous cliff-side town overlooked by the imposing silhouette of Mount Vesuvius. Once a favourite destination of royalty, Sorrento continues to charm visitors and is especially well-known for its lacework.
Drive even further south and you’ll find yourself navigating the Amalfi Coast, where sheer rocky cliffs meet the glinting blue Mediterranean Sea. The towns that dot the coast here are impossibly pretty. Positano, a pastel-coloured cluster of buildings that extends down a hillside slope, is particularly stunning.