Naples Luxury hotels, Italy
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 20, 2013
Wonderful stay at the Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro. Very good location (minutes walk from the opera house, royal palace, etc.) Superb staff -- very nice quiet bar off of the lobby: perfect for an evening drink. Room was good sized, clean, with excellent Wi-Fi.
"My favorite hotel in Napoli"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 31, 2013
When I lived in Naples for several years a while back I always recommended this hotel to visitors because of its great location, value, comfort, and security. A recent stay at the hotel over New Year's Eve confirmed to me that the Majestic is still my favorite hotel in the city. Located in the best shopping area of the city, it is now close to some cool cafe, restaurants, and nightspots that have sprung up over the past few years as well. Best thing is that You can walk almost everywhere from here, from the seafront pedestrian walkway and park to the main shopping streets of Via dei Mille, Via Toledo, and Piazza dei Martiri.
"Great breakfast, even greater view"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 14, 2013
The rooms were clean, large, and bright. The all-marble bathroom provided bathrobes and slippers, a glass shower with excellent water pressure, and a bidet. The bed was an actual queen (not two twins pushed together). For Naples it was a quiet neighborhood and the thick glass windows blocked out most street noise. The breakfast provided was excellent. Pastries, breads, fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, juices, coffees, teas, fresh fruit, eggs'n'bacon, and cereals. It was the best breakfast on our entire month long excursion through Italy. Breakfast is served on a terrace (in the summer and in the winter, a room with full glass sliding doors) overlooking Vesuvius, Santa Lucia, Chiaia, and Mergellina. The internet was fast and they didn't even require a pass code. Just log on. It is close to Piazza Amedeo metro station but things in Naples are never as easy as they seem. If walking from the station there are two ways. The first is a winding road Villa della Margherita but this is a lot of cobble stone and even more dog excrement. The other is better. Take Via Crispi just past the German consulate, then take a side road and a "fun" stair case. Then double back on Corso V.E. About 10 mins total. If you take the Cumana is any easier walk from the Corso VE station but not faster. If you don't mind spending the money, a taxi from either station should be fast and not too expensive. But it is Naples so watch out for taxi drivers trying to take advantage of tourists.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 23, 2012
The hotel is very small, on the 4th floor of the Galleria. Rooms are spacious and beautiful. One feels as if you are staying in a privately owned home. All of the staff was helpful and pleasant which sadly is not always so in Italy. The location was superb with a taxi stand in front which made life easy. Although I will not be visiting Naples again, I would stay at this hotel if I found myself in the neighborhood.