What We Love
- A modern four-star hotel in Italy's seaside city of Naples, with breakfast and a welcome drinkLounging on the rooftop terrace and enjoying views across the Gulf of Naples
- Starting your day off with a tasty breakfast, before heading out to explore the city
- Taking a day trip to explore the nearby Amalfi Coast
A four-star hotel in the heart of Naples, close to the port and with beautiful views from the rooftop terrace
How to Get There
Stayed 1 night Beautiful hotel smart contemporary comfy beds with everything you need. Great breakfast best we had in our visit to Italy. lovely staff with Easy access to the town via walking or taxi. Would recommend this hotel .
We stayed three nights at this hotel in February, staff is very welcoming, rooms are great and the location is very good. I can recommend this place to anyone staying in Naples especially because of the breakfast and value for money.
Despite being close to the main road, our room was very quiet. The beds were comfortable and everything was very clean.
The location is very good - just a few minute's walk from the old town, and the port just across the road.
Staff were very helpful and speak excellent English. The breakfast buffet was good, with fresh fruit, cheeses, hot food and a huge selection of cakes.
Great location, in sort walking distance to city center and public transportation stations. Clean updated room. Very good breakfast with local products. Front desk very polite and they gave us information about where to eat and how to access the main sights in Naples. I will certainly return to this hotel.
This is my third hotel in Italy and has been the best so far. Room and bathroom were spacious and bed was comfortable. Their breakfast had varied food (no issues) and their dinner menu was small but the food was good and not overpriced. They also have a terrace area where you can see the city from the 7th floor. Their front desk was extremely helpful (Roberta was great).
Why didn’t they get a 5 rating. Location. It’s a 20 min walk from the train station. Why walk, because the taxis do everything in their power to rip you off. It’s another 30 min walk into the historic area. It’s in an industrial area (port) so the scenery isn’t great. Walk on lighted roads and don’t take small alleys as shortcuts, it’s kinda sketchy. To me the train station area is the worst area in Naples so if you can handle that, this area is fine. Take a cab.
Overall, the hotel is worth the stay.