Chiaja Hotel de Charme
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Chiaja Hotel de Charme Naples
Great hotel in the "heart" of Napoli
3 friends and I stayed at the Chiaja Hotel for 2 nights in early Sept. The staff was great as was the breakfast. The rooms were a bit small but we didn't spend much time in them so that was fine. It is very convienent to restaurants, shopping and the sights.
Lovely Hotel, Great Staff
This hotel does merit its name 'hotel de charme'. Nicely furnished with good taste.
Wonderful and friendly staff. The room was cleaned twice a day ! The location is great too.
i'm really tempted to give this hotel a bad review so that i can keep it to myself. it is an absolute GEM! the rooms are beautifully decorated and the staff are very helpful and charming. the breakfast is substantial and of a very high quality. we got a room away from the street so it was very quiet but even if you do get a room facing the street they have very thick double glazing and sound proofing. the area felt very safe and we had no problems walking around at one or two in the morning. naples is a wonderfully vibrant and lively city with great food, good shopping( far less expensive than rome, florence or other towns on the amalfi coast), and a great cafe culture. will certainly try to go back again and stay at chiaia de charme.
Nice, perfectly located hotel
Small, friendly hotel in great central location, some rooms a bit noisy but that's Naples. Elegant rooms, OK value. Recommended
Great hotel at a perfect location in Napoli
This is a true gem. It is affordable, its location is superb and staff is very friendly. Breakfast is rather basic, but the rooms are perfectly all right and you are in a walking distance form most sights in the city. The staff can help you out with finding a good pizzeria where the locals get their Neapolitan pizza (which of course is a must when in Napoli).
TripAdvisor Reviews Chiaja Hotel de Charme Naples
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... restaurant we had found on the first night and enjoyed our last taste of local food. Towards the end of the meal we were treated to some Christmas music on the Italian version of the pipes.
Now back at our hotel, we are packed ready for an early start tomorrow and listening to more fireworks going off. The city out there is still buzzing with activity and will be for a while yet, but for us it is time to call it a day, in preparation for our move to Florence tomorrow.
... and entering Los Angeles. Unfortunately, there were plenty of graffitied walls to include a governmental building.
If nothing else, Naples has given us a small taste of the next few days. Driving may be a challenge since the aggressive Italian drivers take red lights as a suggestion rather than law and the people seem to be much less patient. In any event, we're excited to see what else Italy has in store for ...
... final of 4 gala evenings. Not only was it the traditional March of the Baked Alaska where all the assistant and junior waiters parade through the restaurant holding aloft the evenings dessert followed by the Executive Chef and his team, it was also Alyson and Joanne's last evening on board, we all arranged to meet after dinner for one final drink and to say our goodbyes.
Roisin and I have visited Naples on 3 occasions. We have visited Pompeii and Herculaneum. ...
... went out and had lots of fun!!! Not gonna lie, it's pretty fun to go to the bar and order drinks.
On Friday I went shopping with my friend Kayla and bought a skirt from an adorable store called "From Rome with Love". That night we went out to dinner and I got a delicious lasagna at an adorable restaurant in my neighborhood. Perfection.
The real reason I wanted to write is because of our awesome weekend though! We took an overnight excursion to the Campania region of ...
... perched on the cliff's edge. We did some walking around the town, but didn't really have time to see much. The tour did take us to a place where they make traditional regional inlaid wood furniture and boxes. It was interesting to see, but the $30,000 dinner table was a little out of our price range. From there we went to Pompeii. The ancient town is much larger than I had imagined and we only got to see a small portion in the 1 1/2 hrs ...