Hotel Palazzo Turchini
What We Love
- Navigating Naples’ historic streets before sampling a slice of the city’s infamous pizza
- The daily buffet breakfast for homemade pastries and excellent espresso served alongside panoramic views
What To Know
- The hotel is housed inside a 17th-century building
- Have your morning cappuccino on the rooftop terrace
- WiFi is fast and easy to access
A central stay in the captivating capital of Campania and gateway to the Amalfi Coas
While it may not quite have the reputation of Florence and Rome, Italy’s third-largest city has plenty to rival its more touristy neighbors in the culture and culinary stakes – Naples is the home of the country’s best pizza, after all. Its historic center is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is home to a number of archaeology and art museums. Housed in its own 17th-century building, Hotel Palazzo Turchini retains its historic nature with a flair for elegant design. Traditional furniture brightens up the lobby and bar areas of this ancient conservatory, while modern conveniences, including flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi, update the 27 guest rooms to keep you well-connected. Breakfast and a post-sightseeing espresso or cocktail can also be enjoyed on the roof terrace, so you can take in more marvelous city views.
How to Get There
A lovely hotel with polished wooden floors & comfortable beds.Clean bathrooms with nice toiletries. Central to restaurants & walking distance to many attractions. Breakfast buffet is included as is free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is served on top floor & there is an outside terrace. We were in a large room on first floor at the front of tbe hotel & street noise wasn't much of an issue (except the ambulances, boy do they have loud sirens in Italy!). Only quirk was that the lift doesn't stop on this floor so you had to walk up or down a level to catch it up to breakfast (or walk 6 flights). Staff were exceedingly helpful to the extent of searching our room for a misplaced credit card, locating it in the inside of the couch/sofa bed, contacting the taxi we were in on the way to the airport & waiting on the sidewalk to hand the card over when the taxi returned! Now that's service with a Capital "S"!!!
We only stayed here for one night, but there were five of us and they gave us two adjoining rooms, opened so we could all be together. It was comfortable and clean. Easy check in and check out. The location was ideal, close to the Bay of Naples, the Royal Palace, Castel Nuovo and so many restaurants. Everything was walking distance. Breakfast was included in our stay, and was on a terrace which had a beautiful view. We enjoyed the food and the cappuccinos. I would stay here again if I return to Naples.
Absolutely lovely hotel.
We arrived before check in and were offered a beverage while having just a short wait for our room.
Our room was very clean with beautiful hardwood floors reflecting the historical history of the hotel and the surrounding area. The beds were a bit hard, but pillows were comfy.
As this hotel was popular our room was showing a bit of wear and tear, however the bathroom was always very well appointed including liquid soap, bar soap, lotion and shampoo but no hair conditioner. Hair dryer was a bit slow but did the trick.
Our shower was slow to drain, so perhaps keep an eye on that.
Charming top floor breakfast room including some roof-top outdoor tables set up as well to catch a great view.
Breakfast was included in our package and you could order a hot breakfast with scrambled eggs and bacon as well.
Super friendly and professional staff always willing to help out whether ordering a taxi for us or explaining how to get somewhere on one of their complimentary maps.
Being a historical hotel the keys are very old-fashioned.
One key to insert into the light switch when you enter the room. TIP: maybe have your phone flashlight to see, and the other large room key you leave at the front desk when you leave. The room safe has another large key as well.
Didn't know the hotel was located in a more upscale neighbourhood which was a bonus.
Located one block from the cruise ship port, so the area is set up for tourists with restaurants, coffee shops, gift shops and pharmacy. A grocery store is a short walk up the street and around the corner.
Am glad we chose Palazzo Turchini hotel as we felt safe walking around the area and appreciated the friendly staff.
Would stay here again if visiting Naples.