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Where to Stay in Naples

One of the oldest and most cultured cities in Italy, Naples is snugly nestled between the Mediterranean and Mount Vesuvius. Naples is home to great food, history, and beaches. Hotels in Naples are spread throughout the city, including many hotels near the airport. The city neighbourhoods range from the authentic Quartieri Spagnoli to the hillside enclave of Chiaia. Cheap hotels in Naples are available throughout the city while boutiques hotels in Naples dot the historical districts.

Quartieri Spagnoli

Great for travellers seeking cheap hotels in Naples, the Quartieri Spagnoli is home to authentic Neapolitan life. This district is home to ancient tunnels, twisting streets, and plenty of delicious restaurants. Quartieri Spagnoli is perfect for solo travellers looking to experience Naples from the perspective of the residents.

1. Spaccanapoli Comfort Suites

Located on a seventeenth century property, the Spaccanapoli Comfort Suites offers six warm rooms in the heart of the quarter. This hotel features free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast for all travellers, and it has a great location.

2. Hotel Il Convento

Located within walking distance of the Castel Nuovo, the Hotel Il Convento is an excellent midrange option in the district. Featuring simple rooms with sleeping lofts for children, the hotel also offers free parking. Breakfast is complimentary, and a hotel bar is open 24 hours.


Whether you're looking for the old Royal Palace or a great place to walk through the city, Chiaia is a great place to stay. The area is home to many of the upscale hotels in Naples.

1. Apart Hotel Plebiscito

One of the least expensive hotels in the city, the Apart Hotel Plebiscito is perfect for young, solo travellers. Boasting free parking and comfortable rooms, this hotel makes the neighbourhood accessible to those travelling on a shoestring.

2. MH Design Hotel

The MH Design Hotel is an excellent midrange hotel, offering its guests free breakfast and laundry service. The hotel bar is open throughout the day, and concierge service can help you find your way around the city.

Naples Airport Hotels

If you're looking for last-minute hotels in Naples, consider staying near the Naples International Airport. Especially well-suited for business travellers or others in town for short periods, the airport offers a convenient base for travellers. Many hotels are less expensive, and travel into Naples itself is easy.

1. Le Cheminee Business Hotel

The Le Cheminee is a great place for business travellers to stay without breaking their budgets. The hotel offers free shuttle service to the airport and six meeting rooms for travellers. The low price and convenient location make it a perfect choice among last-minute hotels in Naples.

2. Luxor Hotel

The Luxor Hotel offers guests casual accommodations close to the airport. The property boasts clean rooms, free Wi-Fi, and a hotel bar.

Spa Hotels in Naples

Hotel Cimarosa

An excellent choice for ritzy accommodation, the Hotel Cimarosa is a great boutique hotel in Naples. Close to Naples Cathedral, the Cimarosa offers huge beds and free Wi-Fi to all of its guests. Spa treatments and fitness options are available to all guests.

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Ruth  Perrelli
Ruth Perrelli

I lived here for 10 years and still visit regularly. The pizza (and all food in fact) is amazing, the people are friendly and there is so much to do. There are incredible views everywhere, excellent public transport links, cheap to eat out, positano and procida are stunning and easy to get to. Go and watch a football match in Curva B for an unforgettable experience. Rich with culture and passion, this city is unlike any other.

Sally SHP
Sally SHP

Naples is REAL Italy! Spent almost a month in the country and no other town compares, it was not as tourist driven as others. The kindness of the people, food and everything in between. My FAVORITE city in Italy. Most found it unclean (per other reviews), but it was much cleaner than Rome! I stayed off of via Toledo, and it was walking distance to the beach, shopping, food, the port ( for trip to Capri), grocery stores and train to other parts of the city. I loved it so much that the whole family will be going back soon!

Monika Bilbija
Monika Bilbija

Napoli is nice city,but for people that come from clean countries they can see and find Napoli as very unclean city,but its like napolitans tradition.People are very nice and polite.At night maybe its not so safe to walk around.Definitely people should try pizza napolitana which is the best one.


We all know that Naples the pizza heaven BUT there’s more to Naples than the classic Pizza Margherita. There are loads of street food to try. I cant even remember their names but they were amazing! The view of the whole city of naples from is just beautiful. I will definetly come back. Just be careful with your valuables.:)


The least expensive month is January, with an average of £56 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Naples is May, with an average price of £92 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was £74 per night. This is 1% more than the average nightly price of £73 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Naples, the expected average temperature in April is 13.1°C/55.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 30.6°C/87.1°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 3.8°C/38.8°F.
The nearest airport to Naples is Naples International (NAP) (3.79 miles).

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