- Reviews: 3689
San Gennaro Bed: It looks a free place for pilgrims
I thought that it was a sheleter, but when I discovered that it was not, and saw the price, I left and went to sleep in the airport.
- Reviews: 6
H Rooms: Naples No-No
We payed 99 euros for a it tiny room and minuscule bathroom. There is Wifi but it goes on and off. They call it Hotel but there is no reception after 8 and it's not there for most of the day anyway. Provided breakfast consists mainly of sweet cakes. The "queen" bed is merely two stiff twins together and the other "bed" is a rock hard leather sofa. The shower is open and so you have to put towels of the floor to prevent it from getting the whole bathroom soaked. Not recommend because it is too expensive for whats given unless you really like what I have described.
Ocean front (no view), 1 provided computer, owner is a really nice guy and ask him where to eat because he knows where there is great food. Nothing else.
- Reviews: 161
San Severo d´Angri: Sleeping in a palace
Pleasant stay in a real palace. Even if the bathroom would benefit from an upgrade and contrasts with the opulency of the sleeping room. The breakfast hall with mirrors and frescoes is just gorgeous...
The palace was designed by the architect Vanvitelli, who designed the royal palace at Caserta. And it would seem that Garibaldi was a guest of his hotel...
- Reviews: 1104
Youth Hostel Mergellina: Cheap and decent social area
Youth Hostel Mergellina is a 2 minute walk from the metro station, up a steep road. It's reasonably priced but the staff aren't the frendliest and there is a 5 hour lock-out, although you do get a reasonable breakfast.
- Reviews: 555
Central Hotel Naples: Central Hotel Naples, B&B
It is situated in an old building at the Northwestern corner of the square outside central railway station.
The surrounding was indeed a chaotic, dirty place, and usually not very safe. But the room was spacial, facility was acceptable, and more important, transporting to most part of Naples bay from train station was convenient.
Late September, EUR 60 per night for a double room. Book online beforehand
- Reviews: 5
Villa Marialuisa Island of Ischia: Lovely villa in The heart of Island of Ischia .
Villa Marialuisa is a great Villa in the heart of Forio d'Ischia -one of most beautifull place of Ischia - surrounded by a lush Mediterranean Garden with lemon, orange, mandarin, palm trees and english garden.
The Villa offers recently-restructured independent Apartments with a garden and all comforts.
Together with the features of the accommodation, from Forio’s Port (at 100 meters) there is every day trip for Capri, Naples, Amalfi, Sorrento, Pompeii, Positano, Vesuvio, Procida Island, Royal Palace of Caserta.
The charming village of Forio Of Ischia with its many restaurants where it’s possible taste some tipycal food, bar, pubs, delicatessen shops, is only five minutes at walk from Villa .
The most beautifull Beaches of Island and the most important Thermal garden (Poseidon and Negombo) are near Villa.
We have spent a splendid vacation in the chalet of the villa, it's characteristic and has the beautiful view on the garden. The Villa is right in the center and we move on foot, even if there is an optimal service of bus! We have visited "villa the Mortella" one splendid garden of English property with president Charles of England, the magnificent "church of the Soccorso" and its only sunsets, the romantic "sant' angel", a little Capri. The villa is close at all we go on foot for the characteristic ways of the island, in little time we arrive to all beaches, particularly at the "bay of citara" where is a place unique at world "poseidon thermal garden", with over 20 hot water swimming pools, the thermal water of Ischia is wonderful and perhaps it true that has divine virtues; we have visited the "bay of sorgeto" where are free hot water sources without to pay. Truly beautiful. Two times we have taken the boat that departure from the port close the villa and have gone to Capri for a complete day, the second time to Positano and Amalfi, two beautiful days, it is incredible as many places can be seen beautiful without never to take the car and walking always on foot. The owner Mr.Mimmois very hospitable, has advised to an optimal Pizzeria in the center "La strambata" where we have eaten a delicious napoletan pizza, restaurant "ciccio" on the port, reccomend the "linguine of Ciccio", has offered an optimal "wine novello ischitano" Think that we will come back every year and perhaps in October of this year, we are not visit to see all the island, and the thermal baths have made me truly well, i'm resurected. Ischia in May is wonderful and has excellent quality of life, has the quality of a lively place.Our enthusiasm for Ischia seems to be infectuous. We now have friends that are looking into going
- Reviews: 1
american style hotel: navy lodge
Well, first you have to be a member of the military, but if you are and you need a place to go and feel at ease from the seediness of Naples and pickpockets and thieves it's a great place to go. One important thing to mention because my father got mugged minutes after getting off the bus in naples. If you are travelling with anyone that is a diabetic the american version of INSULIN called LANTASE is not available in Italian pharmacies so this could be your only chance to get replacement insulin if you get mugged or just lose it. WATCH YOUR WALLETS -- even in your front jeans pockets guys. THEY ARE "THAT" GOOD.
Just a great clean place to relax, do laundry, catch an american movie and dinner, even rent a dvd from downstairs and just write postcards for a night. :-) oh yeah, its pretty cheap too. Like 40 to 60 a night.
- Reviews: 2
Pensione Miraglia: Bad accomodation
We speak Italian so phoned and negotiated 9 nights double B+B for 45 Euros/night. Confirmed by fax. Arrived and told breakfast no longer available! We got ours down the street for 3 Euros each. No hot water in room. Shower was communal and bad. Broken light in room would always be fixed 'tomorrow'. Row about price when we left as we deducted the money we spent outside on breakfasts. Told the woman to call the police.
We got a quiet room onto coutyard and refused to move when told other guests had reserved the room months before us. Some rooms noisy onto Via Dei Tribunali.
Leaks into corridor when rains.
- Reviews: 197
Pensione Miraglia: Bed & Breakfast with no breakfast!!!
I stayed in a small Bed & Breakfast with no breakfast and separate showers / toilets at 45 euros for two persons in a double room at the Pensione Miraglia which is a small home run by an old couple and very clean and cosy atmosphere on the second floor of a building just opposite a church in the art and church district of Naples!!! The Tel / Fax number is +039 081 455382. Not too far from the station (about 15 minutes walk).
Nice little cozy room and a balcony with a beautiful view of the churches in the neighbourhood!!! Separate showers and toilets but not too inconvenient!!! Only disadvantage was there was no breakfast in the Bed & Breakfast!!! Not even a cup of tea or coffee!!! HAHAHA!!!
- Reviews: 16
Cala Moresca: Panoramica
Find a place with a great view, since Naples is nearly all coastal volcanoes this shouldn't be difficult. This palc
- Reviews: 34
I stayed in an apartment on the second floor of a little three-storeyed house in the coastal province of Bacoli. Bustling in the day and tranquil in the evening, the district is a pretty and rustic location that is absolutely charming. I fell in love with it the first day I arrived. Living in a 'guesthouse' turned out to be a bonus. Cooking all the wonderful stuff I'd gotten from the fascinating Napolitan supermarkets and markets (the sausages and hams are a must) every other day, rubbish in the backyard, dogs lying in the sun, my motherly proprietress' two bambini yelling upstairs every morning, a very cosy bathroom with pretty white mosaic tiles, slanted ceiling and a low, long window that let in the morning sun, making espresso in the mornings on the old gas stove...At the end of each exhausting day, I felt like I had come home.
- Reviews: 339
SPLENDID (***): Located in a...
SPLENDID (***): Located in a quiet street in a residential part of Naples, the Splendid offers something rae in Naples - tranquillity! All double bedded rooms have a superb view of the coast road leading through the Phlegraean Fields. Car parking facilities are available.
ITL195,000-200,000 (incl breakfast)
- Reviews: 339
EXCELSIOR (****): The...
EXCELSIOR (****): The monumental entrance provides a taste of what to expect inside, a luxurious Belle Epoque setting of mirrors, marble, columns and chandeliers. Many famous guests have stayed at the Excelsior. The elegant rooms are traditionally furnished and decorated, and overlook one of the most beautiful panoramas in the world.
ITL420,000 (without view) to ITL470,000 (with view, incl breakfast).
If money is no object and it's pure luxury you're after this has to be Naples number one hotel.
- Reviews: 339
MAJESTIC (****): The Majestic...
MAJESTIC (****): The Majestic is in a smart district, and is therefore well situated for shoppers. Along with the Excelsior and Vesuvio, the Majestic is part os the Prestige Hotel chain. It's the least expensive and most modern of the three. All rooms above the 6th floor have a marvellous view.
ITL270,000 (with or without view, incl breakfast).
- Reviews: 36
Hotel Carola: Hotel Carola
This is a small hotel with a strong local feeling to it. Nothing fancy or sophisticated. But it is in a convenient location and near to a small beach. Prices are in the mid-range.
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