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Bed & Boarding is a Capsule Hotel set 100 metres from Naples Capodichino Airport. WiFi is free throughout. Staff were absolutely amazing! Very friendly and helpful!
Only 600 metres from Naples Capodichino Airport, Millennium Gold offers free parking and modern rooms with air conditioning and satellite TV. The city centre is 4.5 km away. It was a very nice hotel. The staff was helpful. The food was good in the restaurant.
Boasting a garden, Home To Fly is set in Naples. Offering a terrace, the property is located within 5 km of Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory. This hotel is not for you if you want a standard formula hotel. However, if you want somewhere with real atmosphere and a genuine home feel this is heaven next to an airport. Lovely family, very comfy bed, very friendly people.
Dea House Airport, a property with a garden, is located in Naples, 5 km from San Gregorio Armeno.
FLY to NAPOLI provides accommodation located in Naples, 5 km from Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory and 5 km from San Gregorio Armeno. Free WiFi is available. Really close to the airport, saving taxi or shuttle fares. A 6 minute easy walk. Not that easy to find the first time, but above our expectations when we did find it! Spacious rooms, very clean and fresh. The breakfast choices were extensive and pasta, eggs, cheese and bread left for us was much appreciated.... Very good value for this close to the airport.
Set 800 metres from Naples Capodichino Airport, Capodichino International Hotel offers free WiFi throughout, a bar and air-conditioned rooms with TV. Proximity to airport- only 10 minute walk Excellent value with breakfast included. Reasonable sized room Good sized bathroom Very pleasnt girl at check in who gave us choice of rooms
Sky house Napoli is set in Naples, 5 km from San Gregorio Armeno, 6 km from Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory, and 6 km from Museo Cappella Sansevero.
Situated 3.6 km from Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory in Naples, this air-conditioned apartment features a patio. The property features views of the garden and is 4.4 km from San Gregorio Armeno. Valentina and Luigi were lovely people and their place was welcoming and had everything we needed for an overnight stay
Located in Naples, within 4.1 km of Capodimonte Astronomical Observatory, Holiday House offers accommodation with free WiFi and air conditioning. Flat is close to the airport (you can walk there). There is everything you need inside, it is new and clean. Definitely recommended!
Boasting sea views, Casa Vivi' - Airport and City is set in Naples, 5 km from San Gregorio Armeno. Guests staying at this apartment have access to free WiFi and a fully equipped kitchen.
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Le Cheminée Business Hotel Napoli is housed in a 19th-century building with a picturesque courtyard. Excellent location if you want to stay close to Naples airport.
Hotel del Real Orto Botanico is set in a wonderful building, located in front of the beautiful Botanical Gardens in the centre of Naples. Man at front desk was very welcoming, friendly and helpful.
Hotel Kleopatra is located in the Poggioreale area of Naples, and offers free Wi-Fi and modern rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV. Rooms are air-conditioned, and have beds with padded headboards. I'm so happy to stay in this hotel especially for the people that are very very kind.
Just 10 minutes' drive from Capodichino Airport, the Fly Hotel offers modern, soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking. It is 20 minutes' drive from Naples Central Station. Very comfortable beds and very nice owner. She made a tasty cake for hosts every single day!
Offering free Wi-Fi throughout and a terrace, Hotel Masaniello Luxury is 6 km from Naples’s historic centre. A sweet and savoury breakfast is served daily. Very comfy bed. Super helpful with getting us to and from airport. Nice restaurant.
Ideally set inside Napoli Centrale Train Station and featuring a shopping gallery with direct access to the high-speed train area, Stelle Hotel The Businest offers soundproofed air-conditioned rooms... Clean modern facility close to public transportation
Offering free parking and free Wi-Fi, Hotel Luxor is less than 10 minutes' drive from Naples Capodichino Airport. Set in Casoria, its elegant piano bar hosts live music events. Perfect stay, especially if you drive a car, and especially if you fly in or out.
Set in Casavatore, 6 km from Naples, Hotel Martini boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. The hotel staff was very friendly.
Set 4 km from Naples Capodichino Airport, Hotel Barbato offers classic-style rooms with a minibar in Naples. Free Wi-Fi is available in the hall. It was near the airport. The air conditioning was excellent. The girl at the reception was very...
Hotel Ferdinando II is 2 minutes' walk from the Botanical Gardens, and 1.5 km from Napoli Centrale Train Station. Rooms are air-conditioned and have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Staff were very helpful, easy walking distance for Naples attractions
Hotel Futura Centro Congressi is a 20-minute drive from the city centre. Just 10 minutes from the airport, it offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free secure parking. near to airport. really nice inside. good restaurant nearby.
Offering air-conditioned rooms, a bar, and garage parking, Hotel Buono is set in Naples, 5 minutes’ drive from Capodichino Airport. Napoli Centrale is 2 km away. The surroundings around the hotel was quite un-attractive, and it was therefore very nice to find...
Hotel Joyfull offers spacious, modern rooms with an internet connection. It is located just 4 km from Capodichino Airport. Start your day at the Joyfull Hotel with a rich, buffet breakfast. Hotel had a chilled feel to it, the rooms were extremely clean and well presented, breakfast was...
Hotel Villa Capodimonte is located on a green hill, offering panoramic views across Naples. It is 900 metres from Naples Ring Road, and 10 minutes' walk from the National Museum of Capodimonte. Excellent and secure place to stay...staff friendly and very accommodating....
The Holiday Inn Naples is a 4-star hotel located in the Centro Direzionale, the city's business area. A free scheduled shuttle from/to Piazza Garibaldi Train Station is available. The choice of pillows was excellent. The bed was really comfortable.
- I like Naples even more than Florence! - The local people are so friendly and eager to help! - As the museums and sights are great and I took a photo from each angle of an excellent object, I just managed to visit between one and three major places each day. - Contrary to popular belief, Napoli is reasonably clean with many rubbish bins around. It's very easy to travel around. The Artecards save tourists lots of money and trouble. - Ercolano is much better than Pompeii, partly because, I guess, lots of artworks have been removed and put in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, (which you mustn't miss!). I went to both on the same day. - Museo Cappella Sansevero is highly recommended in many guides, but the ticket is 7 euros (5 euros with the Artecard) as it's a private museum, and the great marble sculpture advertised in many places is truly amazing, but then it's the only major thing to be seen in this surprisingly small museum. - Teatro di San Carlo is another sight which isn't good value. It's 6 euros but you just went in and stayed at a place listening to introductions (The staff member introduced the place in both English and Italian. The English version was obviously much shorter than the Italian one) and moved to two other parts and did the same thing. It's a magnificient place but it's just a limited access tour of about 40 minutes. - The other places that I visited were all awe-inspiring, breathtaking and eye-openers: Besides those mentioned above, great tourist spots include Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Castel Sant' Elmo, Castel Nuovo, Caserta Palace and Capri Island. The metro stations of Toledo and Universita are both marvellous!
Naples is a large cosmopolitan city. At the time of writing, Dec 2015, the area around Garibaldi Central Station was undergoing major infrastructure works and road works could be found at most major junctions. The main roads are chaotic with drivers having little respect for normal rules of the road. Pedestrians need to be brave to meander between and walk out in front of cars in order to cross the road, but car drivers tend to give way. The largest shops are found on the main roads, but it’s the smaller streets around the central station where the real life of Naples thrives. Leaving the main roads you will find small shops, bars restaurants line narrow cobbled streets which reside between 3 and 4 storey high buildings. All the buildings appear to be in need of repair, but this adds to the charm and character. The streets are packed with people from early morning to late evening shopping, commuting or visiting the various bars, restaurants and cafes that you find everywhere. Groups of people gather in squares and piazzas to talk or just listen to street entertainers. Museums and places of interest can also be found across the city. Whilst cars dominate the main roads it is the motor scooters that dominate the side streets. Travellers need to be aware of scooters that turn corners and weave past people, particularly on the smaller narrower roads. At first it can all appear a bit intermediating but it is what makes this a very interesting and lively city. You will find the people to be friendly and welcoming but with a traditional commercial approach to life. At no time did I feel threatened and would have no hesitation to revisit the area, to sample more of the culture that the city offers.
The southern part of the city (where we stayed) is lot safer, cleaner, and tourist friendly. Take a walk along the boulevard, Castel dell'Ovo, Plebiscito, Castel Nuovo, Via Chiaia, Via Toledo etc. Lots of restaurants and shops too in this area. The historic center is the old part, and also looks less well maintained. Worth a visit to the archeaological museum, and the famous Gino Sorbillo pizzeria where you need to queue up for a table. (If you cannot make it, they have a newer outlet on the boulevard in Via Partenope). The trains/metro are old and crappy but they help to get to all places. Just be careful of pickpockets when travelling in them. Naples is a working city, and I did'nt see a lot many tourists (atleast not in early december). Take the Circumvesuviana train and make a day trip to Pompei and take the guided tour there. It costs 13 eur p.p + 11 euro entry ticket p.p and takes 2 hours. In the afternoon visit the Vesuvius which involves a short hike to the top of the crater. Another day trip we took was to Capri. The high-speed ferry from Molo beverllo costs 19 euro p.p one way. In Capri a variety of things can be done, like taking the boat ride of the island, and visiting the Blue Grotto. When we visited the Blue Grotto closed at 12.30 pm and we were just too late. So we went up the funiculaire, got out at Piazza Umberto I, and hiked down via Tragara to the beautiful Faraglioni rocks. The route is well signposted, and involves roughly 15 minutes of moderate hiking. In the afternoon you can take the ferry to Sorrento, which is a beautiful town, with a variety of shops, some nice views, and restaurants more affordable than Capri. For us food was the biggest highlight. Great food at great prices. You will never go hungry anywhere in Naples.
Naples is 'crazy beautiful'. It is easy to walk around and if you have heard only bad things about the city, then have your mind changed and explore the beautiful areas of Chiaia and the Lungomare, as well as the historic centre around 'Spaccanapoli'. Walk along Via Chiaia and Via Toledo and go right up any of the side streets to see the 'Quartieri Spagnoli' and traditional urban Naples. Seek out the national art gallery on Via Toledo. Visit any of the underground tours - the Bourbon Tunnel, San Lorenzo Church or the Napoli Sotteranea tour for an insight into how ancient the city is. The Museo Archeologico is great if you have been to Pompei or Herculaneum as many artefacts are there. Get the funicular up to Vomero and visit the Castel Sant'Elmo for the most incredible views of Naples. Do a tour of the San Carlo opera house and try to get tickets to see an opera there, it is a great experience. You can walk to most places, although there is a good hop on hop off city sightseeing tour that leaves from Castel Nuovo. A must for eating is a pizza from any of the smaller, traditional pizza places you see dotted around!
When we came into the town on the airport bus everything looked dirty and uncared for, and there is clearly a lot of poverty. But the people were without exception friendly and helpful, and we had no difficulty enjoying ourselves. The highlight of our 3 day trip was the visit to Herculaneum - there's so much to see without it being too tiring - you get a good sense of Roman life before the eruption. It's worth following this up with a visit to the frescoes from Herculaneum and Pompeii on the first floor of the National Archaeological Museum. We also loved the Santa Chiara cloister, the Certosa di San Martino and its superb views (go by the funicular railway) ,and the guided visit around the Teatro di San Carlo. Travelling around was easy. We stayed near the Toledo metro and found that line 1 takes you to most of these places. We struck lucky with food: the Osteria da Carmela had a huge menu and everything we tried tasted great (especially the sea bass) and prices were moderate for the quality. A Cucina Ra Ca Mia was very friendly and offered good fresh produce cooked really well, Trattoria e Pizzeria Antica Capri had rock bottom prices but very good pasta, pizza and vegetable dishes, and very nice staff. Nennella was even cheaper - the food wasn't so good but the atmosphere was joyous! Worth going for just this.
Naples is a unique place, gritty, hectic, crazily busy and yet has some amazing sights, sounds and experiences that you wouldn't want to miss. Yes, you take your life in your hands crossing roads as no one takes any notice of road signs, crossings or even red lights, but if you survive getting to the sights, then they are well worth seeing. Being the home of pizza, you would have to be very unlucky to have a bad meal in any of the hundreds of pizzerias located everywhere. Naples may sometimes be considered a bit of a poor relation to Rome, and if you look closely, you can see why, there really are some areas of the city that are not pretty, but it is all part of the experience. Go and see it and make up your own mind.