Correra 241 Hotel

Via Francesco Saverio Correra 241, Naples, Campania, 80135, Italy
(3 star hotel)
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A real find - part two

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 25, 2007

(please see my other tip on this hotel for all the general info you need)

Unique Quality: Our room
We had room 112 and loved it, but I should say straightaway that if you are tall you should ask for a different room – likewise if you find stairs difficult. We climbed the steep little flight above the breakfast area, and found ourselves in what was almost a suite, with a sitting area with TV and mini-bar (stocked with soft drinks and water – we weren’t charged for the latter). This led to a good sized bedroom area with a king-size bed covered in a dark blue spread and dotted when we arrived with jewel-like sweets, and no other furniture apart from the scatter cushions strewn across the floor (over 30 of them!) The bathroom though, which led off the sitting area, was tiny and like the rest of the suite had a very low ceiling – I’m just 5 foot 6 inches (1 metre 68 cms) and my head almost touched the ceiling when in the shower!

Apart from its size, another thing we appreciated about this room is that it was at the back of the hotel with all its windows overlooking the courtyard. Rooms at the front would certainly be noisier in this city that seems never to sleep or even pause for breath. The only sounds were heard though were of breakfast being prepared in the mornings which, as they were accompanied by the delicious smells of espresso and pastries, we were easily able to forgive if not ignore!

So my recommendation would be, if you’re not too tall for it, do ask for room 112 when booking. If not, ask for a downstairs room, preferably at the back – the one I peeked into had a very high ceiling, but you should be aware too that I read a review elsewhere which said that in some of the rooms the bathroom is in a loft, up a steep flight of stairs!

Directions: Near Piazza Dante metro – walk a few minutes north of McDonalds on Via Pessina and turn left

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A real find

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 25, 2007

This three star hotel was a real find. It’s situated on the edge of the historic central area in a small side street: I’ve read on other websites that some travellers were nervous about this location but it seemed fine to us – I certainly never felt threatened by anything other than the scooters, which is inevitable everywhere here. The entrance is through a gate a few metres up the road, and then across a typical Neapolitan courtyard and up a flight of stone steps – this wouldn’t be a good choice for anyone with walking difficulties.

Once inside you’re greeted by an explosion of colour – the décor is very modern and rather idiosyncratic, but I liked it. There are modern art pieces adorning the walls of both public areas and bedrooms, which are also decorated in bright primary shades (see continuation of tip below). The staff here are very friendly, especially Gisella who was prompt in replying to emails and helpful in her answers to our questions about getting around the city.

I thought the facilities were good too for this standard of hotel. There’s a free (fast) internet point in the lobby area and a pleasant roof terrace, though it was a little chilly for breakfast out of doors in November. Talking of breakfast, that was pretty reasonable – fruit juice, yoghurt, rolls with honey or jam, pastries and excellent coffee. We would maybe have welcomed some fresh fruit and some cheese to have with the rolls (everything was on the sweet side) but it was good value for what we paid.

Unique Quality: The bedroom - but I've run out of space for photos here so will continue in the next tip

Prices quoted range from € 75.00 - €120.00 for a double room and €65.00 - €85.00 for a single – we booked through venere.com and paid at the lower end of this.

Directions: Near Piazza Dante metro – walk a few minutes north of McDonalds on Via Pessina and turn left

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Amenities at Correra 241 Hotel

  • Room Service
  • Kitchenette
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Shuttle Service
  • Airport Transportation
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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