Accommodation In Naples
Gateway to Capri and the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, Naples is one of Italy’s largest cities – home to a World Heritage-listed historic centre and some of the country’s best pizza. With so much pizza and so little time, –why not base yourself in a hotel that places you near some of Naples most popular and authentic pizzerias?
Housed within a 16th-Century building is Hotel Piazza Bellini, mere steps from Antica Pizzeria Port’Alba, renowned as Naples' first pizzeria. The intimate Fly Boutique Hotel is just moments from the popular Pizzeria Da Michele, while Hotel Rex is minutes from Ettore, famous for their signature ‘pagnottiello’ stuffed pizza dough.
The city's World Heritage-listed heart
The narrow cobblestone lanes of Naples' Centro Storico (Historic Centre) are waiting to be discovered, lined with ancient sites including the intriguing Museo Cappella Sansevero chapel. A medley of hotels will place you within easy reach of attractions in the Historic Centre, including Domus Rosa, a cosy B&B with three quaint guest rooms.
Albergo Palazzo Decumani is an upmarket hotel located moments from Museo Civico Gaetano Filangieri, a large museum housed within the 15th-Century Palazzo Como. Close by is Decumani Hotel De Charme, offering spacious guest rooms with intricately decorated interiors and private balconies, all just a short walk from the beautiful Santa Chiara church.
Luxury by the sea
If you want to escape the bustling city streets, there is a collection of high-end hotels fringing the picturesque coastline. Overlooking the Bay of Naples is Hotel Excelsior, a timeless and historic landmark with a rooftop restaurant and garden unveiling exquisite vistas.
Set on the seaside promenade is Hotel Royal Continental, which boasts a rooftop swimming pool and a restaurant serving up regional cuisine alongside views of the 15th-Century Castel dell’Ovo. Also along the waterfront is Partenope Relais, a chic design hotel with 22 cinema-themed rooms, many with private balconies and sea views.