As fairly old hands at staying in Naples, we knew the importance of somewhere calm and quiet to stay after a full-on day in this fascinating but chaotic city.
Room - and bathroom - very large and split level; you get plenty of space for your money. Decor fashionably spartan.
Breakfast was good, and the hotel's inner courtyard is an enjoyably atmospheric place to eat it.
Would certainly recommend this as a place to stay for a day or two in one of the most interesting - atmospheric without feeling threatening - parts of the city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel, housed in a restored noble palace dating back to the end of 1500, reinterprets with fresh design this historical building to offer a unique experience blending antiquity and contemporary use of space. Sometimes the hotel hosts exhibitions and installations by emerging artists. The Hotel has 48 rooms on 6 floors. It is only a few steps from the most interesting places: the Archaeological Museum, San Severo Chapel, Duomo Cathedral, San Gregorio Armeno, Napoli underground, Santa Chiara complex with its majolica cloister. At the entrance a astonishing court with columns and a fountain with some 18th century busts where the vault rooms of the reception and the breakfast room give onto. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The Hotel as also 3 internet point near the reception. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Piazza Bellini Hotel
- Piazza Bellini Naples