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B&B Napoli Gefran
B&B Napoli Gefran
0.8 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
£43/ nightfor 2 guests
Millennium Gold Hotel
Millennium Gold Hotel
4.0 out of 5.00.3 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
3.3/5 (508 reviews)
£42/ nightfor 2 guests

Very close to the airport, so very convenient. The lighting in the facility was dim. Rooms need to be updated, but are very clean. Restaurant on site was surprisingly good!

Reviewed on 24 Oct 2018
Casa Garibaldina in Naples
Casa Garibaldina in Naples
1.5 mi from Naples Intl.
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Capodichino International Hotel
Capodichino International Hotel
4.0 out of 5.00.4 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
3.3/5 (209 reviews)
£42/ nightfor 2 guests

the hotel has a unique location that is walking distance from the airport with your bags. One of the staff Martina called cabs for us, gave great advise and made the experience much better than we had expected. The breakfast and room was a good value.

Reviewed on 13 Nov 2018
B & B House Aurora Naples
B & B House Aurora Naples
1.5 mi from Naples Intl.
£52/ nightfor 2 guests
Joyfull Hotel
Joyfull Hotel
3.0 out of 5.01.2 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
3.7/5 (309 reviews)
£36/ nightfor 2 guests

The Joyfull Hotel is a lovely oasis in Naples - the rooms are really good. It’s in a rather rundown part but don’t be put off. It’s within walking distance of the metro station (Poggioreale) which is only two stops to the main central station (Garibaldi). The staff were very helpful and friendly. ...

Reviewed on 23 Oct 2018
Le Cheminee Business Hotel
Le Cheminee Business Hotel
4.0 out of 5.01.4 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
3.9/5 (558 reviews)
£42/ nightfor 2 guests

They have a good restaurant that is open late. I arrived in the evening and was able to have a late dinner.

Reviewed on 17 Nov 2018
UNAHOTELS Napoli
UNAHOTELS Napoli
4.0 out of 5.02.1 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
4.3/5 (1,646 reviews)
£71/ nightfor 2 guests

We enjoyed our stay at UNA hotel very much. The room was very comfortable and the staff provided excellent service. We arrived early by train and it was just a short walk from the train station. We asked if we could leave our bags while we explored the area. They took our bags and put them in our ...

Reviewed on 12 Nov 2018
Magris Hotel
Magris Hotel
4.0 out of 5.02 mi from Naples Intl.
Free cancellation
4.1/5 (224 reviews)
£51/ nightfor 2 guests

Nice hotel and very helpful staff. Room was excellent, with everything we needed. Hotel was clean and modern. Breakfast buffet was good with lots of choice. Restaurant was good, ate there twice and enjoyed it both times. Only downside is the location, a 20 minute walk to the train/metro through an ...

Reviewed on 4 Nov 2018

Pocket Guide: Naples Intl. Naples Intl. Hotels

Fly into Naples International Airport

NAP, or Naples International Airport, can be found just under four miles northeast of the main city in the Capodichino district. For this reason, it is sometimes referred to as Capodichino Airport. Naples International has just a single runway and two terminals: Terminal 1 for departing passengers and Terminal 2, away from the airfield, for charter operations.

Getting Around at Naples International

Naples International Airport’s terminals are located close together so passengers can easily travel between the two on foot. Travellers can stay at a hotel close by, some of which run complimentary shuttle buses, or make the short journey into the city by bus or taxi. Car hire is also available at the airport.

Shops and Restaurants at the Airport

Although Naples International is not a large airport, it is well-equipped with dining and shopping facilities. Stores here sell everything from clothing and perfume to electronic gadgets. If you have time to spare before your flight, enjoy a coffee at a café or glass of prosecco at a wine bar. Other restaurants in the airport serve snacks, pizza and even sushi.

Where is Naples International?

The Capodichino area has a rich aviation history, hosting flight exhibitions in Naples as early as 1910. During World War I, a small military airport was built here, which was used again during World War II. Commercial traffic began in 1950 and the airport has grown steadily ever since, now serving a wide range of airlines. Its close proximity to the main city means travellers can enjoy the Mediterranean coastline, food and other attractions before and after flights.

The Best Places to Stay near Naples International Airport

As the third largest municipality in Italy after Rome and Milan, Naples unsurprisingly has no shortage of places to stay. Opt for one of the bigger hotel chains and enjoy modern accommodation with those all-important seafront views, or go for something independent, smaller and quirkier, yet steeped in the history of the city. With luxury and affordable hotels both in town and by the airport, finding the perfect place to stay near Naples International Airport is easy.

What to See and Do in Naples

Naples has the largest historic city centre in Europe, covering 1,700 hectares. It’s a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site, packed with historic buildings, monuments, castles and ruins from a 2,800-year history. The network of caves, tunnels and cisterns running beneath Naples, used as air raid shelters during the World War II, are also well worth a look, as is the busy port.

Dining Out in Naples

Naples is often credited as the city where the pizza originated, and traditional Neapolitan pizza is typically cooked in a ferociously hot wood-burning oven. The Neapolitan pizza-making process has been strictly regulated since 2004, and pizzaiolos in the city use only the finest natural ingredients, making it almost impossible to find a bad example. Just remember to leave room for dessert – Naples is also known for its gelato.