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Located on the lively promenade of Naples, Relais sul Mare offers design en suite rooms overlooking the Gulf of Naples. This hotel blew me away with how beautiful the room was.
Situated in Naples and with Bagno Elena reachable within 2.5 km, Relais Piazza Vittoria features a tour desk, allergy-free rooms, a bar, free WiFi throughout the property and a shared lounge. Perfect location, very nice staff and hotel.
Set in the heart of Naples, Hotel Residence Plebiscito Aparthotel is on Via Chiaia, a few steps from the Royal Palace and Teatro San Carlo. It offers free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms. Very friendly staff, great location, clean rooms: we did not ask, nor hope for more than that!
Located 600 metres from Naples’s Piazza del Plebiscito, Palazzo Alabardieri is a 2-minute walk from the shops of chic Via Chiaia. Helpful staff / room excellent
Set in a quiet area near the Molo Beverello harbour and Castel dell'Ovo, Rex Hotel offers a central location close to public transport and main monuments of Naples. Staff was very kind and helpful, good location next to the center and the port. Nice breakfast.
Set on Via Chiaia, one of Naples' most elegant shopping streets, this elegant hotel is just 20 metres from Piazza del Plebiscito. Internet is free. Very nice hotel, good location, delicious breakfast and helpful staff!
Hotel Miramare is set between Piazza del Plebiscito and Castel dell'Ovo. The terrace offers great views of the Bay of Naples, and during summer breakfast is served here. Great location and great staff!
A magic place you can see the whole of the Bay from it's battlements ,there are a lot of eateries at the base of the castle. A lot of weddings take place here .Off shore you can see the mussel nets. This area is now pedestrian walk way
Beautiful views of the coast and Vesuvius. Great places to eat fish on the little island reached by a bridge. Free to walk round the castle though quite steep. As with all of Naples comfortable shoes advised. We much preferred Castel Ovo to Castel Nuovo aka Maschio Angioino which you have to pay to get in and where you can't go outside to see the views. It's best feature is its exterior.
Avoid the restaurants right on the harbour unless it's for a special treat. They are expensive. There's a lovely little restaurant right at the end of the lane called Storie e Sapori and Gilda the owner is very hospitable.