How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Neapolis Hotel Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... too scarily friendly or just too scarily creepy. I don't like how they stare at us, as if they've never seen Asians before. I know we're exotic but not THAT exotic PFFT. In the touristy areas, I felt really safe and less apprehensive, and in these ares the locals were really friendly and helpful. Florence & I started this system of warning each other of potential danger by using the hands of the clock. After this trip, I think we both grew a ...
... the tour should have given more time to Pompeii, but the again it was advertised as a taste of the places we visited today. Andrew and Tina only visited Pompeii today under their own steam and didn't spend much more time there. The bus from Pompeii to the ship took about half an hour. And was an opportunity to see a bit more of Naples on the way in. Already our recollections of Naples and Catania is merging. We were on board ship about 5.20pm and Michael and Leora ...
... been added in recent times, were town wells, and the water is clear, cold and drinkable. Didn't help the locals survive but a blessing for tourists when wandering up and down stone paths in 32 degrees and water is $NZ4 for 250 ml. It is surprising how the time can just disappear when 'wandering', there is just so much to see and so much history. We are again reminded of the youthful existence of New Zealand. So at 12.30 we head back towards the tram pickup point, with just enough time for ...
... luxe like ours was! I am so glad we were able to experience so many different towns in Tuscany, each has their charm and appeal.
I love the Amalfi Coast and it did not disappoint. The color of the flowers, the sounds and smells, the food and the people create the perfect combination.
We had our fill of good friends, good wine and great food. It was great to be away, but one thing about traveling is that it makes you appreciate coming home!
... to Sorrento and over the bay to Naples and Mt Vesuvius. Amazing. We set up camp and Jeff and Lorraine found a cabin with equally superb views. Alerts eating up camp we took the local bus down into Sorrento (only 30mins walk but along the main road and without pavement in parts) and wondered around this very attractive town. Dinner - largely unmemorable - was followed by delicious homemade gelato from one of the artisan producers in ...