Eclectic and boutique, Naples’ first design hotel enjoys a peaceful neighbourhood setting within a short stroll of Piazza del Plebiscito, the royal palace and the exclusive boutiques of Via Chiaia. Guests will find comfort in each of the stylish, individually appointed rooms; with luxuries including crystal basins and spacious showers. Buffet breakfasts are served daily on the sun-drenched terrace, and in the evenings, nightlife galore awaits at the surrounding restaurants, Neapolitan taverns and popular nightclubs.
Why we recommend the Mh Design Hotel
- Small and friendly hotel located in shopping district
- Surrounded by popular sights and attractions
- Contemporary styled interiors
- On-site bar and lounge
- Complimentary buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi
Attractions near the Mh Design Hotel
The intoxicating Centro Storico
Breathe in the history of this ancient city on a stroll along Spaccanapoli, a narrow lane that runs through the heart of the bustling Centro Storico. Amidst throngs of tourist shops, cafes and pizzerias, you can discover impressive Roman architecture as well as popular attractions including the Palazzo Reale and the pretty Santa Chiara.
Often hectic, but at the same time vibrant and intoxicating, Naples’ Centro Storico retains the imprint of centuries of successive cultures.
Caravaggio’s artistic legacy
Although the renowned Baroque painter only spent four years in Naples, Caravaggio left a lasting impression on the city, with three of his famous works still gracing the walls of the city. One of Naples’ prized possessions, his dark and dramatic Catholic-influenced Seven Works of Mercy can be admired high above the altar of the church of Pio Monte della Misericordia, its home since it was created in 1607.
Another of his great works, the moving Flagellation of Christ is on display at the Capodimonte Museum, while the Martyrdom of St Ursula, thought to be his final work, graces the walls of the Gallery of Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano.