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What We Love

  • Meals on the rooftop terrace with views of Mount Vesuvius
  • A five-minute walk to the train station
  • Freshly baked pastries at the fabulous breakfast buffet

What To Know

  • The restaurant is closed on Sundays
  • Traffic in the local area can be dense, but public transportation is dependable
  • WiFi is an additional cost


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
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City center crash pad with a 19th-century façade and a rooftop restaurant overlooking Mount Vesuvius

The Lowdown

Behind its 19th-century façade, a sense of Italianate tranquility pervades the 89-room Una Hotel Napoli. Its location off Piazza Garibaldi means you’re close to Naples’s top sites, like Castel Capuano and the Duomo, and when you’re ready to explore beyond the city limits to Pompeii or Sorrento, the train station is less than a five-minute walk away. Guestrooms feature colors that reflect the local geography, with warm terra-cotta tones and shades of Pompeii red. Some rooms feature sections of the building’s original walls which were revealed during a thoughtful restoration project. The rooftop restaurant serves traditional Neapolitan dishes and regional wines, and the views are remarkable. From most tables you can see the city’s winding streets stretching toward the coastline and the imposing silhouette of Mount Vesuvius in the distance.

In the Area

Take one of the city’s funicular trains up the hill of Vómero — easy to use and more fun than negotiating the city’s steeper streets on foot. There’s a range of world-class museums in town, including the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, which houses one of the planet’s most stunning archeological collections and is within a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Sample Neapolitan dishes from authentic 17th-century recipes at La Cantina del Sole in the Spaccanapoli district. Hydrofoils and ferries provide bay tours and daytrips to the nearby islands of Capri, Procida and Ischia.

How to Get There

UNA Hotel Napoli
Piazza Garibaldi, 9/10
Naples, 80142 Italy


Great location, roof terrace bar and restaurant

Very impressive hotel, well refurbished. Bus R2 takes you direct to the Teatro San Carlo. Surprisingly intimate for evening dining. Good breakfast. Our only issue was that the bed was very (too) firm.

Surprised in the best way

My sister and I traveled to Naples in May 2019. We were SO scared. We booked without reading the reviews of Naples and became so worried. I even reached out to people who have stay in this hotel and tried to figure out if we should still go to Naples. We even contacted the hotel who was willing to transfer our reservation to the Rome location. Anyways, long story short we decided to stay in naples in this hotel and it was absolutely the best. Hotel was really clean, breakfast was delicious. Dinner was good. Staff was extremely nice. They even loaned us with a wall charger during our stay. We were happy it was so close to the train station, made it so much easier to travel to Rome and Amalfi. Would definitely stay in this hotel again. The hotel is located in a city.. you could go to any major metropolitan city and see the same. Traffic is wild but go anywhere in North America or Asia and you will see the same. The pizza is to DIE for. Love love love italy.

Hit & Miss

Spent 1 night at the Una Hotel Naples and left feeling disappointed. Had booked 2 superior rooms which were ok. Clean and spacious though a little tired in terms of decor. Check in was ok though our room was not ready on arrival so we left our luggage in our friends room as we headed out to explore Naples. Parking was a bit pricey €30 per night for a SUV type car (we had an estate). We decided to eat at the roof top restaurant in the hotel on the evening and this is where the hotel falters. The prices were on the high side but not surprising for a 4 star hotel. The food was very very average. I ordered the mixed salad which contained tuna and at €11 would have expected fresh tuna to be used but no it was tinned tuna as was the same in a different starter my friend ordered. The salad ingredients I could have bought for about €3. The mains were ok but nothing extraordinary though one of them was basically aubergine soup with clumps of mozzarella cheese in it...very odd looking and not at all appetizing to look at. I just felt for €204 per night per room including breakfast it didn't reach a 4 star standard. If I was ever to return to Naples I would find another hotel maybe one on the outskirts of the city.