Hotel Costantinopoli 104
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Costantinopoli 104 Naples
Very nice hotel
Very nice small Hotel (only 15 rooms) - Very kind and helpful staff (they have acquaintance with the taxi Co with special fare, you can have the airport/hotel for 16 € when it is 30€ with other). Excellent breakfast.
Very quite except may be if you take rooms on the first floor (you will have part of the via Toledo noises), but it is not unbearable.
Our room was very proper, nice, new and well furnished with a big safe (by the way it did not appear to be a so unsafe and dirty city).
The hotel is very well located in the historic center, a few steps from the archeologic museum, via toledo (for shopping) and via Biaggio.
Do not go there for the pool which is really small, but the garden is really lovely.
Just one regret : we have not found a very good restaurant in the neighbourhood (just the bellini not far, very typical if you like linguine but just good and not excellent). May be you will have more chance !
A very good address !
Costantinopoli Lived Up To All The Good Reviews
This hotel is great, rooms are clean, modern and nicely furnished. We were on the third floor and the roof terrace is lovely. The interior is luxurious and retains the character of the former villa. The staff were friendly and helpful and the buffet breakfast good.
The hotel arranged a driver from the airport at 25euros the taxi on return cost about 15.
The area around feels safe and there are restaurants within walking distance we especially liked Bellini at Piazza Bellini but Leon D'Or at Pizza Dante had an interesting local feel and was good value.
Peace and quiet in a hectic city
Constantinopoli 104 is a lovely small hotel set in private gardens off a small courtyard. It is reasonably central, being only minutes away from the Archeological Museum and a number of bustling small squares in the older part of town. The best thing about it is the unbelievable peace and quiet for any hotel in a noisy Italian city. Sitting around the pool in the evening it is pretty difficult to hear any traffic noise at all.
Our room was clean and modern, with a large comfy bed, good bathroom, a minibar and a safe. The breakfasts were excellent, with a wide ranging buffet.
Staff were always helpful, and most spoke good English.
All in all an excellent hotel, thoroughly recommended.
Very pleasant hotel
two block walk to the Archeology Museum, on a quiet street of antique and musical instrument dealers. Very large, clean room, very pleasant and helpful staff. It is in the center of a large city and so not completely quiet, but it's set back in a courtyard, and seems to attract a business and older traveler clientele, not families, so it's as quiet as you'll get without being out in the countryside. The courtyard may be offputting - you walk down a driveway past what at first appears to be 19th Century industry to get to the hotel, but those very old shops with very old tools are full of craftsmen doing things like antique musical instrument restoration, so it's actually very interesting once you know what you're looking at. We were in a row of new rooms, which were very nice (and the plumbing all worked!) but we talked to people in the older rooms who reported that they were very satisfied with their accommadations.
We chose this hotel based on the reviews below, and were completely satisfied, especially with the calm and comfort (of the room and also sipping wine and bear at the nice pool deck) after returning from the bustle of Naples. The hotel itself is modern and attractive, rooms and bathrooms are very nice, breakfast was the best we had on this particular Italy trip, and the level of quiet is quite astonishing, especially considering the location. The one quibble is a hard one, because we found the staff to be extraordinarily nice and accommodating -- but they were less than great with restaurant recommendations and knowledge about museums and the like -- not enough to affect our recommendation, just advice to be prepared to rely on your own resources.
Chic Retreat in the Heart of Naples
My husband and I spent part of our recent honeymoon in this wonderful Naples hideaway and loved every minute. It's a gorgeous and hip hotel, with great bedding and marble baths (robes and slippers, even). All the details are taken care of here. Tucked into a courtyard off the lovely Piazza Bellini (one of Naple's liveliest squares), this elegantly understated hotel provided just the retreat we were looking for. There's a lush courtyard garden with palm trees and even a small pool for hot sticky days. On the roof of the upper terrace, there's a sundeck with great lounge chairs. It's an old villa, beautifully restored in warm ochres and cool marble, and the staff is very kind and helpful, if a bit aloof and hands-off (unless you ask for something). We paid a little extra for a junior suite, but mostly because that was all they had. It was great, with its own terrace, and two floors. The breakfast is really good, and served in the garden or in the parlor on chilly days. The best part is really the location though--in the thick of Spaccanapoli--or old Naples. Walk out the door and you are swept into the interesting street life here. It's a bit chaotic, but you can always retreat back to the peaceful Costantinopoli.
A wonderful quiet secret Oasis in the middle of a busy chaotic city. Great position.
Suite was up to standard of the 5* Hotels we have stayed in.
Staff very helpful and responded positively to all our requests.Loved the Dog.
We will certainly return.
Beautiful, friendly, cool, fabulous hotel. Friendly dog. Small and shady swimming pool (complete with bats drinking from it at night). A little bit posh, worth every penny. It's close to the historic centre and yet so quiet and peaceful.
Calm in Naples
A very calm hotel in the noisy Naples. In the historical center -near Piazza Bellini-.
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