Zara

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Firenze 81, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy
Hotel Zara
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Expedia.com Booking.com Hotels.com

88%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
21
Very Good
39%
38
Average
25%
25
Poor
5%
5
Terrible
6%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 36% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Business
  • Families70
  • Couples61
  • Solo73
  • Business85

More about Naples

Photos

San Francesco di PaolaSan Francesco di Paola

The Gothic façade of Santa Chiara - May 09The Gothic façade of Santa Chiara - May 09

From the Top the Former CraterFrom the Top the Former Crater

Piazza del Plebiscito (Naples, Italy)Piazza del Plebiscito (Naples, Italy)

Forum Posts

Time to fetch left luggage at Napoli Station

by viren44

Is 30 minutes enough time to retrieve luggage left and catch train to Rome? We are arriving from Salerno at 4:18 PM and the train to Rome leaves at 4.50 PM.

Thanks

Re: Time to fetch left luggage at Napoli Station

by leics

No-one can possibly tell you. It will depend entirely on how many other people want to deposit or collect their luggage at the same time on that day.

But there are loads of other trains to Rome after the 1650 (roughly every 30 minutes), so there is no panic if you miss that one. For train times, details and fares in English look at:

http://trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

Re: Time to fetch left luggage at Napoli Station

by blusky

As for coming from Salerno to Naples by train and then going to Rome, there are couple of trains (in case you didn't already bought the tickets without possibility to change it) that go directly from Salerno to Rome, even without stopping in Naples.
The other trains stop at Naples, but you don't have to get off the train. Usually the drive from Salerno to Rome is about 2 hours by eurostar and now there are many discounts for the season.Check it out as previously mentioned on www.trenitalia.it

Travel Tips for Naples

Lighthouses

by grandmaR

One of my interests is lighthouses, so I have these pictures from my day in Naples. As we were leaving the Port of Naples, I saw the lighthouse at the end of the breakwater.

This station at the end of the mile long Mole di San Vincenzo, the main breakwater for the harbor of Naples was established in the early 1900s, but this actual lighthouse was built after WWII. A taller tower was destroyed during the war. It was inactive for a time in the 70s because it was damaged by a storm, but has been reactivated. It is a striking red painted round masonry tower with lantern and gallery, painted red with white trim. The lantern dome is gray metallic. It does not appear that one can walk the mole. Site and tower closed. The statue in the first and third pictures of this lighthouse is of of San Gennaro.

Also as we drove down the Amalfi Drive, I saw a lighthouse which according to the signs on the fence was in a Zona Militare/Divento di accesso which I interpreted to mean - no trespassing.

I think this is the Castellammare di Stabia (photo 2) which is at the southeast corner of the Golfo di Napoli only three or four miles south of Pompeii. When I first saw it, I didn't have a chance to take a picture, so on the way back, I was keeping a lookout for it. The lighthouse is located on the Via Panoramica overlooking the town and harbor. When we got down to Amalfi, I took a picture (photo 4) of the aid to navigation at the end of the breakwater. I also took some pictures (photo 5) of the various towers where lookouts were posted to warn of attack by the Turks.

Forza Napoli!

by CliffClaven

Like all Italian cities, Naples is crazy about football. Old Cliffie has been in the massive concrete bowl of the San Paolo stadium with 90 000 fans as SSC Napoli played host to rival clubs from northern Italy. But don't talk football to Neapolitans nowadays. Napoli finished a disastrous season in Italy's top division by being relegated to the ignominy of Serie B for the 2001-02 season. Gone are the glory days of the second half of the 1980s, when Diego Maradona helped Napoli to two national championships and the prestigious UEFA Cup.

Ferries - price: about ...

by caprice4u2


Ferries - price: about 10.000 Itl.


Casamicciola Ischia Porto


Naples(Beverello) 1h 30' 1h 20'

Pozzuoli 1h 55'


Hydrofoils - price: about 20.000 Itl.

Casamicciola Ischia Porto

Naples (Beverello) - 45'

Naples (Mergellina) 40' 35'



Timetables

Timetables differ depending on the season.

Very frequent connections are scheduled in summer.


Molo Beverello - Ischia porto

Caremar SNAV-Lauro

Hydrofoil Ferry

7.50 - 9.55 - 13.10 - 15.10 - 18.15 -20.10

6.25* - 9.05* - 10.55 - 14.50* - 15.40* -17.30* -19.20* - 21.55*


* via Procida




Hydrofoil Ferry

7.35 - 10.25 - 12.50 - 15.30 - 17.50 - 19.50^

8.40 - 10.05 - 13.55 - 16.50 - 19.00 -21.25

^ via Mergellina




Ischia porto - Molo Beverello


Caremar SNAV-Lauro

Hydrofoil Ferry

6.50 - 8.50 - 12.00* - 14.15* - 16.15* - 19.10 6.45* - 9.00 - 12.30* ° -13.50 - 15.15* - 17.15* - 20.10 - 21.00

° start from Casamicciola

* via Procida Hydrofoil Ferry

6.35** - 8.35 - 11.30 - 13.50 - 16.35 - 18.50^

6.40 - 8.00 - 10.20 - 14.30 - 17.00 - 18.50
?
** not available on Sunday

^ via Mergellina


Mergellina - Ischia and Casamicciola and return by hydrofoils (SNAV-Lauro)



Mergellina - Ischia porto (and return) Mergellina - Casamicciola (and return)


Mergellina - Ischia Ischia - Mergellina

7.10** - 9.10 - 10.00 - 11.00 - 12.00 - 13.00 -

14.00 - 15.00 - 16.00 - 17.00 - 18.00 - 19.00 -

20.15 - 21.00^^ - 22.00 8.00 - 9.00 - 10.00 - 11.00 -
12.00 - 13.00 - 14.00 - 15.00 - 16.00 - 17.00 -

18.00 - 18.50 - 20.00 - 21.00 - 22.00^^



** not available on Sunday

^^ available on Sunday only Mergellina - Casamiciola Casamicciola - Mergellina


7.20 - 8.25* - 9.20 - 10.20* - 11.20 - 12.30* -

14.20* - 16.20* - 17.20* - 18.20 - 20.20 * ° ° 7.30* -
8.20 - 9.20* - 10.20 - 11.20* - 12.20 - 13.30* -

15.20* - 17.20* - 18.20 - 19.10 ° °


* via Procida


° ° available from Friday to Sunday




Pozzuoli - Ischia/Casamicciola and return by Ferry (Caremar and Traghetti Pozzuoli srl)
Pozzuoli - Ischia Ischia - Pozzuoli


Caremar Traghetti Pozzuoli srl


9.55* ° - 13.50* - 18.55* 5.50 ° ** - 6.40** - 7.25 -

8.25 ° - 9.00** - 9.30 - 10.40 - 11.50° - 12.50** -
13.30 - 14.40 - 15.30 ° - 16.30 - 17.40 - 18.50 ° -
20.20

° arrive to Casamicciola

* via Procida

** not available on Sunday Caremar Traghetti Pozzuoli srl


8.25* - 11.15* - 17.35* 4.00** - 5.00** - 6.00 -

6.40° - 7.20 ° **- 8.10 - 9.10 -10.10° - 11.10 -

12.00 - 13.00 - 14.00° - 15.00 - 16.00 - 17.00° -

19.00


° start from Casamicciola

** not available on Sunday

A trip across the waves to...

by telebug

A trip across the waves to Capri is a must.It only takes about 30 mins and you can pick up a tour guide
anywhere.They will probably approach you!But its not a con they are very useful.
This is our tour guide standing in Capri with Ana Capri behind him.
Take a look at the old part of capri called Ana Capri
you can still walk the original paths (if you are fit!Very steep)that the ancient Romans used to use with Donkeys.great view from the top.
There are lots of rich and famous people who have homes on the island as the tour guide points out.There is also a grave site to Grace Kelly to visit if you like that kind of thing.

Napoli Sotterranea (a visit under the town)

by egicom05

Napoli Sotterranea is made up of yellow sandstone, extracted by Greeks and Romans and used to build houses, than, during the Roman period this underground was changed into aqueduct built by Augustus (a roman emperor ). It started from an artificial basin fed by the Serino River and reached Naples via a duct that was completely buried in the city. It’s over 170 km long.
During the World War II, the old aqueduct was used as air-raid shelter.
Exploring “Napoli Sotterranea”, you can go over some historic events and relive the emotions of
refugees during the war, like reading on the wall of a small room: << Anna e Renzo oggi sposi XX-09-43>> (Anna and Renzo just married), but, also to know that in this place a woman gave birth to her daughter.
Many stories are told about this site and the most suggesting is “Monaciello’s one” (little monk).
The neapolitans use to say that when something disappears from their house it is monaciello’s fault (Monaciello is the ghost of a little boy dressed as a monk).
But the monaciello was only a "Pozzaro", a professional man who drew water from underground cisterns and provided houses whit it. He entered and came out to the houses trought the wells. In doing this he took some objects with him. He ware a black hooded cloak and looked like a monk.
ps. It’s bettere to wear a sweater even in summertime, its cold down there!
[Egicom05 - Naples Eyes]

Comments

Popular Hotels in Naples

Hotel Palazzo Decumani

1 Review

Piazza Giustino Fortunato, 8, Naples

Show Prices

Hotel Excelsior

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Via Partenope 48, Naples

Show Prices

UNA Hotel Napoli

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Piazza Garibaldi 9 / 10, Naples

Show Prices

Hotel San Pietro

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Via S. Pietro ad Aram 18, Naples

Show Prices

View all Naples hotels

View all Naples hotels

Latest Naples hotel reviews

Hotel Europeo/Europeo Flowers
160 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Grand Hotel Oriente Naples
53 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 12, 2014
Grand Europa Hotel Naples
190 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Hotel Cavour
90 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Hotel Cavour Naples
17 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 10, 2014
Apartment Inkiostro
5 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Oct 24, 2013
Renaissance Naples Hotel Mediterraneo
245 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
Plebiscito Due
5 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Oct 1, 2011
B&B Mergellina Naples
21 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 24, 2014
Hotel des Artistes Naples
33 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 15, 2014
Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
142 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 18, 2014
6 Small Rooms B & B
50 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 18, 2014
Hotel Napoli Centrale B&B
22 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 13, 2014
Leopardi
5 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 7, 2013
Prati Hotel
56 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 16, 2014

 Zara

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Zara Hotel Naples

Address: Via Firenze 81, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy