Hotel Garden

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 92, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy
Hotel Garden Napoli
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples41
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Distance from Naples Renaissance Hotel to the Hydrofoil Service

by kimnjay

Just wondering how far it is to the port from the Renaissance Hotel in Naples. Is it possible to walk with luggage, or best to take a taxi? Also, approximately how far is it from the Central station to the hotel and if a taxi is taken, what sort of fare should we expect to pay? Finally, I read about a bus that runs from the airport to the station and to the port? I recall seeing that it was about 3 or 4 euros. Is this service still running and would it be possible to catch this from the station to the hotel or from the hotel to the port? I would appreciate any tips with this.

Re: Distance from Naples Renaissance Hotel to the Hydrofoil Service

by hawkhead

For distances you could check with There is a bus that runs form the airport to the station - for details check the airport website. As far as I know it goes from station to airport and vice versa with no deviations.

Travel Tips for Naples


by pjallittle


This city deserves to be larger than life because it is just that. NAPOLI is home to many of Italia's Sea Captains who ply the waters of our World. Their navigational skills are well recognised by the Cruise Industry and in History.

If you come in by Cruise ship, as we did, you must find and negotiate a tour. They will be waiting for you, count on it. It is especially reasonable for you if there are four to share the expense.


by naplesnate

The birthplace of Sophia Loren has plenty to do if you will be in Naples for an extended period of time. Food, history and plenty of public transportation make this an enjoyable trip for anyone looking to take a break from the Naples area.
(look at VT pages for pozzuoli)

Not only pizza

by spicysurfer about Salvatore alla Riviera

It's behind the public garden (Villa Comunale), 50 meters from the sea. The place is not really pleasant because outside there are cars everywere. But inside the restaurant everything changes. People is nice and food is great. The pizza is ranting, the seafood is delicious, expecially the soup with "vongoles". And I have no words for the appetizers: lot of vegetables fried in a sort of bread, and the terrific potatos croquette. For me: pizza margharita
For my girfriend: "vongoles" soup

Capodimonte Museum

by yooperprof

The Capodimonte Museum - oh! My biggest regret from my trip to Naples in March 2005 was that I wasn't able to see its fantastic collection of Renaissance and Baroque Italian Art. My guide books told me that the Museum's "closing day" was Monday - so I made plans to see the museum on Wednesday, which would be my last full day in the city. But no! The museum had just changed its closing day to Wednesday. Oh well, it gives me an excuse to come back to Naples sooner rather than later.

(At any rate, I wouldn't have been able to see the most famous paintings in the gallery's collections: their remarkable collection of Caravaggios were on display in London while I was in Italy, so I would have had to come back here anyway.)

The Capodimonte Palace was one of the projects of the earnest and energetic King Charles III, who inherited the core of an amazing art collection from his mother, Elizabeth Farnese (of Parma.) Elizabeth Farnese herself was the direct descendent of Pope Paul III, who had begun collecting the works of his notable genius contemporaries in the 16th centuries. King Charles III of Naples wanted Capodimonte to serve double duty both as a Royal Palace AND as a place to show off the masterpieces of his glorious art collection. Thus, Capidimonte is important not only for the art that it contains, but also for the role that it played in the history of museumology.

Capidimonte occupies a significant hill overlooking the city of Naples, the glorious Bay, and towering Vesuvius to the south. Many great and famous people have enjoyed the views from its outlooks, including the great British Admiral, Horatio, Lord Nelson and Emma Hamiliton, the wife of the British Ambassador to Naples. They met here in 1797 and soon began their passionate and somewhat bizarre romance. But in the shadows of Vesuvius, anything is possible!

Del Gesu Church

by ruki

The church of the New Jesus began in 1470 as a lay building and more precisely, as the home of Roberto Sanseverino, the prince of Salerno. The building is impressive and was built in an area at the edge of the city, at the beginning of the old inferior decuman gate. Following the so-called, "swearing in of the barons" which was plotted against the King Ferrante d'Aragona, the building was confiscated in 1497 due to the involvement of Antonello Sanseverino, the son of Roberto. In 1506 it was given to Prince Robert II of Sanseverino who was part of the new ruling house of Castille which had overturned the House of Aragon in 1506. We can still admire the sumptuous renaissance building of the Severini with its well preserved facade of piperno with diamond shapes. It was the work of Novello da S. Lucano even if it has been tampered with in some places. In 1552 the building was confiscated again following the involvement of the Sanseverini during anti-Spanish tensions. In 1584 the Jesuits acquired the building and transformed it into the present day church dedicated to the the Immaculate one, better known by the name, "New Jesus". The church is in the shape of a Greek cross with three naves. the collapse of the cupola and this was reconstructed by Arcangelo Guglielmelli. The church was restored again following Second world war damage. It is particulary worth seeing the large fresco by Franceso Solimena on the reverse of the facade, "the purge of Eliodoro from the temple"; also the Burrello chapel with the sculptures of Cosimo Fanzago and Michelangelo Naccherino, as well as the altar by Cosimo Fanzago.
Open Hours: 8a-12:30p, 4:30p-6:30p M-Su


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Address: Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 92, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy