Hotel Colombo

Address: Via Nolana, 35, Naples, Campania, 80142, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Nolana, 35, Naples, is near San Gregorio Armeno, Napoli Sotterranea, Il Tesoro di San Gennaro, and Vomero.
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      Reviewed by davefremland

      A charming retreat

      Reviewed Apr 22, 2011
      by (2 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

      I stayed at Hotel Colombo for 2 nights over the easter weekend. I found it to be a charming hotel in a very convenient location near markets and near the main station.

      The neighborhood was bustling with activity that you find common throughout the city. Located only a short walk down a main shopping street from the harbor and embarkation ports to Capri, Ischia and other places.

      There are many late night markets, pubs and restaurants nearby and it is an easy point to get around the city.

      In addition, the staff are friendly and eager to help set you off on an adventure, be it a tour of the Amalfi coast or where to eat in Naples.

      A lovely stay was had.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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