Chiaja Hotel de Charme
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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... uncovered and excavated. Today has been a big day and after wandering around for a solid couple of hours, we were both ready for home. We caught the train back to Sorrento. From the local supermarket we purchased some Presecco (Italian Sparkling WIne) and some nibbles before heading back to our hotel for pre dinner drinks. We again enjoyed dinner at our hotel but promised ourselves we would venture into Sorrento for dinner on our last night. This has been a most enjoyable ...
... excursion, and said that it would also make it cost effective...a 7-8 hour drive to cover some of the coastal areas. There were 6 of us total in the Mercedes van, really comfortable. Patti stayed on board this particular trip and had a "pool day", to relax and read. The two highlights of the day were this: Our driver (more on that), and the amount of territory that we covered in one day. None of us were interested in shopping or going to "trinket shops", we wanted ...
... the coastline from the town of Vietri sul Mare in the east to Positano in the west. There are thirteen municipalities located on the Amalfi Coast, many of them catering to tourism.
The Amalfi Coast is known for its production of limoncello liqueur as the area is a known cultivator of lemons, which are grown in terraced gardens along the entire coast. Since I do not drink, I did ...
... the Alps. The road surface and drivers were however to be treated with extra caution. In order to view the dormant volcano, you must park up and walk to the summit. The car park was all gravel and on some gradient. I found the least bad position to park the bike. Getting it parked was easy, but getting it out downhill declining camber on gravel – pretty tricky. So you pay 8euro and you buy the pleasure of walking 20 minutes up ...
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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).