Holiday Inn Naples

Address: Via Domenico Aulisio - Centro Direzionale Isola E6, Naples, Campania, 80143, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Poggioreale area of Naples, is near San Gregorio Armeno, Napoli Sotterranea, Il Tesoro di San Gennaro, and Vomero.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Naples

    Superb hotel at a wrong location

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    Big advantage:nice AND safe hotel

    Big disadvantage:location

    Stayed for 4 nights [28/10/04 till 31/10/04]

    Room .bathroom,breakfast,staff etc ...everything was superb but...although there was a shuttle bus service [to and from city center and airport]...the hotel is out in nowhere! Far from the center,without good public transportation links to the main tourist attractions.I wouldn't recommend this hotel for someone who wants to have easy access to the city's attractions

    Napoli itself is gorgeous

    Top Hotel

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    Great Place.. Hotel is situated off the main road, friendly staff, great service, shuttle bus to Naples centre etc. Great base to travel around.

    Good value

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    We stayed at this hotel in June 2004. I thought it was good value for the rates charged: small but clean and modern rooms, comfortable beds, good (but not excellent) breakfast buffet. Staff were helpful and attentive. Walking to the city centre is not really an option from this hotel, but given that Piazza Garibaldi is really just a giant bus and train station and that the city centre is pretty drab at night, I was quite relieved to have stayed at the Centro Direzionale. The shuttle service worked well, but the shuttles are small (so get on the queue for them at least 15 min before scheduled departure). Taxis to the city centre cost about 10 euros. Don't be alarmed by the hotel's appearance when the cab pulls up: the Centro Direzionale separates car traffic from pedestrians, so when you arrive in a car you end up approaching the hotel from the back entrance, rather than the front.

    Good for what it is

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    This place was perfect as a transit.

    We were picked up from the airport in the shuttle and stayed only 1 night. We were upgraded in room size and the staff were friendly and helpful.

    We then used the shuttle to get to the train station the next morning.

    Wouldn't recommend as a place to stay if wanting to see Naples, but good if your flying in to see Pompei and then heading off.

    Quiet and Clean, But Don't Expect Smiley Service

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    We stayed here for 2 nights. I would probably stay again, but only because the room was clean and safe. Naples is quite a stressful place to begin with, so I am trying separate that thought with the hotel.

    Like previous reviewer said, this hotel not exactly close by Piazza Garibaldi but the shuttles can get you there (on their set schedule).

    Also the shuttle can get you to airport (except early Sunday morning/ actually maybe not Sunday at all- check).Not to worry, the baggage/transportation desk on floor -1 can get a taxi for you pronto, taxi was very prompt when they called it. Speak up when you go to the front desk, you could stand there all day looking like you want help, they won't care (was like that in lots of places in Italy). Hotel good if you want quiet, away from the city center chaos, if you want to be where the action is in the middle of hair on fire Naples, this isn't the place. I found best deal directly through the Holiday Inn site

    Naples is Fellini's Italy

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    October 2003. We staye at the Holiday in for 4 nights. Rooms are very spacious and clean. Staff is very pleasant and professional. The beakfast buffet is very good for a 4 star hotel. We also had the evening buffet which was great. There are only two problems: although we had a room on the 14 floor we heard the noises from the market below all night. For people who do not like to walk the hotel is a bit far out. The hotel has a shuttle though. We were very happy that we had not chosen a hotel on Piazza Garribaldi-far too seady and unpleasant. Going to Pompeji and Herculaneum we used the train Circumvesuviana which was very cheap and always on time (every half hour). The clerk at the informationdesk of the train (Piazza Garibaldi) was extremely helpful and nice. Actually people went out of their way to help. Don't let rumors of crime keep you away-it's no worse than anywhere else. It is a place with the same kind of theatrical charm you find in Fellini's films

    Horrible Hotel

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    We stayed in this lousy hotel for one night in October 2003, we were travelling through Italy and we thought that holliday inn would always be a good and safe choice. What a mistake this was. This hotel, which is actually a Holliday Inn Resort, designed for families on their vacation, deserves nothing else than a big zero on the score card. We hired the what they call "Executive Suite", basically nothing more than a larger room, but then extremely bad and ugly furnished. Then hear this: it began to rain in the middle of the night, and we could actually hear the rain pouring down on the seiling of our room - so many leackages the roof had ! Then there was an electricy outfall at 09:00 pm - which is obviously normal because every room seemed to carry an emergency light when these things happen. There we were at 09:00 pm with just one small light in our big ugly room. Oh and then there is the hotel restaurant: we had a steak which looked and tasted very close to a large piece of rubber. The kids didn't like their pasta either (hey, is this Italy ? My pasta is much better !). The breakfast was lousy too, the rooms were dirty. Don't ever go here, this is zero. Lots of very strange people amongst the hotel staff too: creepy from time to time.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Naples

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Naples

    Final Days, Time Running Out

    A travel blog entry by pfkahney on Jun 04, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    We decided to spend our last day, Thursday, at the seaside, where the Pope was expected the following Sunday. Little did we know that we would be spending that weekend in Naples, owing to a strike of ground staff at Naples airport. Shunted off to the Holiday Inn, we explored more of the city from our hotel in a modern industrial area near the airport.

    So This is Where Napoli Pizza got started

    A travel blog entry by davidmuise49 on Apr 14, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Pellegrino, a coke and a beer for 14 Euro - less than $20!! We got there around 11:30 so we got a seat, by noon they were giving out numbers to the waiting crowd out on the street. The staff spoke very little English, not really needed with such a limited menu, but the old guy who handled the wood fired brick oven told me that the pizza cooks in 90 seconds in the 1000 degree oven!!

    The day ...

    A little Pizza Napoli.

    A travel blog entry by corrica on Oct 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the Veiled Christ (Giuseppe Sanmartino, 1753), which is renowned the world over for the tissue like quality of the marble work on the veil. It was a truly impressive sculpture with some amazing detail, but equally impressive were the other works and the painted ceiling giving a 3D effect. Unfortunately no pictures were allowed.

    Next stop for lunch and when in Naples, it had to be a pizza. A lovely thin base with plenty of topping did the trick.

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    Up Pompei

    A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013 on Jun 10, 2013

    58 photos

    ... when we arrived @ 0930 so Jenny having read ahead printed her own although not the best map, so this meant we spent a lot of time trying to figure out where we were and where we wanted to be. Despite this we still saw everything we wanted to see including the baths, the brothel and many impressive Roman houses and courtyards, plus theatres and amphitheatres. The most striking thing you see is the plaster casts of ...

    The Spicy Italian South

    A travel blog entry by kim.samra on Sep 07, 2012

    5 photos

    ... on the harbour. They were kind and welcoming, and I thought it was cute how they kept pulling more tables out of the indoor part of the restaurant to accommodate the growing crowds who wanted to dine outside. Sukh had a "delightful" (his description - lol!) spaghetti with tomato sauce. I had a typical Sorrentine dish (as you can see, my goal is to try as many local specialties as I can on this trip), "gnocchi di mamma". This was a simple homemade gnocchi with tomato ...