Naples is one of Italy’s premiere tourist destinations and as such has a varied and plentiful range of accommodation. Most of the large, luxury hotels line the seafront while cheaper, more individual bed and breakfasts and charming small hotels are usually located within the narrow alleys of the historic centre.
The Naples hotels below have been hand-picked by our guide author and are grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €250)
Moderate (€100 to €250)
Cheap (up to €100)
These prices are for a double room per night and include all taxes and breakfast, unless otherwise indicated.
Grand Hotel Parkers
One of the finest hotels in Naples, the Grand Hotel Parkers has 71 luxuriously appointed rooms along with a spa, a beauty salon, restaurant and the exclusive atmosphere of an historical palace. It is decorated with belle époque-style frescoes and paintings, and Armani-clad guests lounge in the foyer in gilt Louis XVI chairs or on the stunning sea-view terrace.Address: , Corso Vittorio Emanuele 135, Naples, 80121
Telephone: +39 81 761 2474.
Grand Hotel Vesuvio
The grand dame on the seafront, this 5-star deluxe hotel is renowned for hosting millionaires and screen legends. Appropriately, its refined public spaces drip with twinkling chandeliers and are furnished with period antiques, and it has a cabin cruiser service which lets guests island hop in style. The Caruso Roof Garden restaurant is gorgeous too.Address: , Via Partenope 45, Naples, 80121
Telephone: +39 81 764 0044.
Eschewing the Baroque extravagance of other luxury hotels, the Romeo Hotel is a temple of modernist design. The striking steel-and-glass exterior encases soothing minimalist interiors of marble, wood, stone and steel. The rooftop restaurant and pool include one of Naples' few sushi bars and there's a seriously sexy modern spa.Address: , Via Cristoforo Colombo 45, Naples, 80133
Telephone: +39 81 017 5001.
Chiaja Hotel de Charme
Situated on Naples' premier shopping street, Chiaja Hotel de Charme is housed in a former residence of a marquis. The owners have recreated a period feel with restored architectural details such as marble fireplaces and grand staircases alongside decorative touches like the gilt-framed portraits and antique furnishings.Address: , Via Chiaia 216, Naples, 80121
Telephone: +39 81 415 555.
Grand Hotel Oriente
A few minutes from Toledo metro station, the Grand Hotel Oriente is within easy walking distance of both the historic centre and the seafront. Sleeping quarters are clean and bright with large comfortable beds and immaculate bathrooms. Ask for a room with a private terrace to soak up the sounds of the city.Address: , Via Armando Diaz, 44, Naples, 80134
Telephone: +39 81 551 2133.
Hotel San Francesco al Monte
Housed in a 16th-century monastery, this is the most historic hotel in Naples. Many of its original features have been carefully preserved with a frescoed dining room and monastic cells that have been converted into tasteful period-style rooms. Best of all though is the rooftop garden and pool with its 360-degree view over Naples.Address: , Corso Vittorio Emanuele I, 328, Naples, 80135
Telephone: +39 81 423 9111.
Bed and Breakfast Casa Mariella
Well situated for the Palazzo Reale and the Castel Nuovo, this charming bed and breakfast offers bright cheerful rooms on the fourth floor of an old palazzo, which dates back to Bourbon times. Rooms have balconies, en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, free Wi-Fi and flatscreen TVs. Parking is at a nearby garage.Address: Plebiscito, Vico Lungo Gelso 46, Naples, 80132
Telephone: +39 81 1924 2216.
Located on the top floor of a townhouse, this stylish bed and breakfast has been renovated by two local architects. There are four spacious rooms, each individually styled with an eclectic mix of North African and Neapolitan art. The communal terrace, where breakfast is served, overlooks the museum of Certosa di San Martino.Address: , Via Supportico Lopez 20, Naples, 80137
Telephone: +39 81 0330 977.
Port Alba Relais
A haven for book-lovers, Port Alba Relais houses a wonderful library with sections dedicated to the city's art, music and history alongside a book swapping section. Rooms with wooden beams are dedicated to literary genres and furnished with bedding and accessories from Mario Bottiglieri. It has a super central location and some rooms overlook buzzing Piazza Dante.Address: , Via Port'Alba, Naples, 80134
Telephone: +39 81 564 5171.