MH Hotel Naples

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Chiaia 245, Naples, Campania, 80121, Italy
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
33%
6
Very Good
27%
5
Average
16%
3
Poor
5%
1
Terrible
16%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families88
  • Couples71
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Suggestions for what to see and do??

by laurenohara

Hi am working in Naples may 23- june 9 examining English but will have quite a lot of free time - have been to Pompeii...any suggestions of places to see, things to do...and any other VT guys and gals around for a beer or two???
ta
Lauren

Re: Suggestions for what to see and do??

by monorailgold

Hello,

Since you've seen Pompeii, I would suggest seeing Herculaneum and then the Naples museum. I think you will enjoy Herculaneum and the museum is wonderful.

Donna

Re: Suggestions for what to see and do??

by L2go

I loved going to Capodimonte. The park is a lovely relief from the crowding of the city and the art collection is marvelous. I would also do a side trip to Sorrento, Amalfi and Capri. (Go to swim on Capri; it was great 20 years ago, though I don't know what it's like today.) I think Caserta is also near Naples. I have always wanted to visit it.
L2go

Re: Suggestions for what to see and do??

by Jetgirly

Two day-trip ideas:

1. The hot springs and/or beaches on the island of Ischia (access by hydrofoil from Beverello port)

2. The Ancient Greek temples at Paestum (train to Salerno then bus or trian to Paestum)

Re: Suggestions for what to see and do??

by laurenohara

thanks for he help! will try and do

Travel Tips for Naples

Spaccanapoli - snack bar

by yooperprof

You're bound to get hungry while walking up Spaccanapoli, absorbing the atmosphere and engaging with all the dramatic art and architecture. Why not grab a local specialty from one of the "snack bar" vendors along the street. There are great cannolis and "sfogliatelle," but its okay if you can't speak Italian: pointing works fine!

you must be at sea shore c

by vishalsri about you must be at sea shore c

coz literally whole city is there.. whole we enjoyed the cool breezes ..hey! worth to mention is a cycle ride near mergilina...it was really exciting......then we had dinner in a sea side restraunt with cooool sea breezes...took a walk back to our hostel no...u can wear what u like!!!!!!!!

I REI DI NAPOLI

by sargentjeff about I REI DI NAPOLI

Great location on the seafront, Rei di Napoli is one of my favorite places to go. The atmosphere is nice, as there are two floors with some nice views. In the warmer months you can eat outside on the tables on the sidewalk. One of my favorite Pizzeria's in Napoli PIZZA!!!

Il Museo Archeologico Nazionale

by ruki

The Farnese collection is the largest art collection in Italy. This includes precious paintings by Titian and other great masters, antique sculptures and great renaissance pieces from Barbo and Fulvio Orsini and the Medici collection. The collection is enriched by the largest archeological collection in history, consisting of the precious remains of towns buried by Vesuvius during the eruption of 79 A.D. It also has pieces from Etruscan and Roman civilisation from cities such as Capua, Nola, Pozzuoli, Baia, Miseno, Capri and many more. The Egyptian collection is now in the Farnese complex of Terme di Caracalla with materials from the Iside temple in Pompei and the protohistoric and prehistoric sections.

Admission: EUR 6.

Try to relax on the rocks...

by xaver

Try to relax on the rocks watching the sea just like these few cats are doing.
Remember that Italy in general, but above all the south and specially Napoli are SLOW places, so try to adapt yourself and take it slowly.

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