We booked this hotel because of its location and we were not disappointed. The view from our fourth floor balcony room was quite simply beautiful. Italy and Naples in particular, at its very best. Our room was clean and housekeeping attended every day. There was nothing that caused us to be disappointed. ...
Beautiful decor. We were on the 6th floor, and could hear the A.C. condenser that were quite noisy. No iron which was unusual, but worth the stay. Great hotel for couples.
Located in the heart of Ercolano, this bed & breakfast is steps away from Museo Archeologico Virtuale and Herculaneum. Gulf of Naples is 0.6 mi (1 km) away. Ercolano Scavi Station is 7 minutes by foot and Miglio D'oro Station is 14 minutes.
Halle, Gänge, Zimmer schön mit Steinzeug belegt. Personal freundlich und hilfsbereit. Morgenessen und Mahlzeiten OK. Alle Zimmer mit kleinem Balkon. Ruhig gelegen, da von der Strasse zurückversetzt. Duschkabinen zu klein, aber geht.
the hotel itself is very good and clean. the staff is very helpful. but the location is bad , its far away from city center as well its not so close to airport. there isnt much option for food either. good for overnight stay to catch a flight.
We stayed at Twixmas. The hotel is very elegant and beautiful. The staff were wonderful, very friendly and uber helpful. Got a complimentry upgrade to a junior suite. Amazing views over the Bay of Naples. Little out of the main town, but suited us as not so busy and noisy. There are always taxis ...
Offering direct access to the beach, this Giugliano in Campania hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Phlegraean Fields and within 6 mi (10 km) of Cumae and Magic World Water Park. Gulf of Naples and Baia Archaeological Park are also within 9 miles (15 km). Marina di Licola Station is 29 minutes by foot.
Many of the hotels in Naples feature convention and meeting halls, although the Royal Continental is the most spacious. With 17 meeting rooms and room for 530 people in the largest room, the Royal Continental covers nearly everything a smaller size convention could need.
Naples is famous for its pizza, and any visitor has to try it before leaving. Neapolitan pizza is like no other pizza in the world, and the locals are obsessively proud of it, even holding dough-tossing competitions. While the street pizza shops are often good, some of the more famous pizzerias in Naples include the Pizzeria di Matteo, Pizzeria Trianon Da Ciro and the Pizzeria Da Michele.
With more than 60 permanent markets dotting the city, Naples is the place to be for anyone who likes shopping. Naples offers some of the best designers goods on the market, although the Naples Antiques Market is a better place to look for something unique. Shoppers can also try the Porta Nolana Market for a glimpse of the local food culture.
For the true connoisseur of travel, simply walking down one of the picturesque streets, or having lunch on the terrace of one of hotels in Naples is more than enough to experience the buzz of the city, but there is also plenty to see and do. Most visitors to Naples, Italy, consider their trip complete after touring Mount Vesuvius, the Naples National Archaeological Museum, the Royal Palace of Naples and the Naples Cathedral.
The most popular sport in Naples is football, and visitors can see it everywhere, from the streets to the Stadio San Paulo where SCC Napoli plays. Water polo, horseracing, fencing and sailing are all popular activities for tourists.