Hotel Piazza Bellini

Address: S. M. di Costantinopoli 101, Naples, Campania, 80138, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Municipalita 2 area of Naples, is near Museo Cappella Sansevero, National Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale), and Accademia di Belle Arti.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Piazza Bellini Naples

      Mix eccellente

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      La mia esperienza è stata molto positiva:

      - ottima posizione per visitare a piedi i più importantanti monumenti di Napoli

      - camere ampie e ben curate, con un arredamento moderno e di design, in cui non manca niente

      - personale gentilissimo e molto disponibile

      - pulizia impeccabile delle camere

      - buon rapporto qualità prezzo (90 euro la doppia con 1° colazione)

      Se bisogna proprio trovare qualche difetto:

      - la colazione è poco internazionale (manca formaggio, prosciutto, uova) e non è possibile avere il cappuccino, ma solo il caffelatte (c'è però chiaramente tutto il resto)

      - il palazzo in cui si trova l'albergo è in fase di ristrutturazione e quindi il cortile ha i ponteggi e un aspetto un po' trasandato.

      Ci tornerei molto volentieri!

      L'eccellente Piazza Bellini di Napoli

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      Questo è assolutamente l'hotel più bello in cui sia mai stato in Italia. Tutto era nuovo e il personale era strepitoso: non avevo mai trovato persone così ospitali e disponibili. Le camere erano completamente SILENZIOSE: non appena chiudevo le porte del balcone non sentito più alcun rumore dall'esterno. Purtroppo, chiudendo le porte, bloccavo anche il segnale del mio cellulare. Se volevo usarlo, dovevo uscire sul balcone. L'hotel era molto sicuro, con telecamere e porte chiuse a chiave all'ingresso principale e alla reception, da cui si potevano raggiungere tutte le camere. La posizione non era, invece, per niente comoda perché l'hotel si trova in cima a un pendio e non è facile raggiungerlo a piedi con i bagagli. Non lo consiglio a persone anziane o a chi viaggia con bambini. Potrete comunque arrivarci in taxi, ma dovrete ancora salire alcuni scalini per raggiungere la reception e alcune camere. In ogni caso, se ritornassi a Napoli, vorrei ASSOLUTAMENTE stare in questo hotel: mi è piaciuto così tanto che vorrei viverci! E, nonostante abbia viaggiato molto, non mi ero mai sentito così a mio agio in un hotel.

      Un hôtel fantastique

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      Sans doute l'hôtel avec le meilleur rapport qualité prix où j'ai eu le plaisir de séjourner en Europe, superbe salle de bain, très grande chambre, les employés de l'hôtel sont extrêmement aimables, charmants et intelligents, très propre. Charmant vieil immeuble, super emplacement avec Internet gratuit. Bon petit déjeuner, nous avons aussi aimé l'entrée de l'immeuble. Ne croyez pas les mauvaises choses que les gens disent sur Naples, il suffit d'être relativement prudents dans la rue, et vous n'aurez pas de problèmes... profitez, mais n"ébruitez pas trop l'information, car je ne veux pas que cela devienne trop cher pour mon prochain voyage (Ah ouais et admirez les tableaux - jolis !).

      Fantastic hotel

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      without doubt the best value for money hotel i have had the pleasure of staying in in europe, bathroom amazing, very large rooms, extremely helpful, engaging and intelligent hotel staff, very clean. Lovely old building. super location with free internet.. fine breakfast, we also lovefd the enterance. Dont believe bad things people say about naples, so long as you are relatively street wise you will have no problems...enjoy, but dont make this place too popular as i dont want it to get too expensive for next time i visit (oh yeah and enjoy the artwork-nice touch)

      Que pasada de hotel

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      Estuvimos en julio, y solo una noche, pero nos gusto mucho, es muy "cuco" todo de diseño, nuevo y esta todo muy limpio, lo recomiendo. El desayuno esta bien, no hay mucha variedad pero todo muy aseado y muy bueno.

      Wunderschön, sehr empfehlenswert!

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      Sehr schönes Hotel, Zimmer groß, modern und äußerst geschmackvoll eingerichtet, sehr ruhig (man glaubt kaum, in Neapel zu sein), dabei gleichzeitig sehr zentral an der schönen kleinen Piazza Bellini mit Restaurants und Bars. Gute Frühstücksauswahl, sehr freundliches und hilfreiches Personal, die sehr gut Englisch sprachen. Autogarage (ca. 15 Euro die Nacht) in der Nähe. Die Fotos des Hotels halten das, was sie versprechen. Wunderschönes Hotel, sehr empfehlenswert!!

      The Excellent Piazza Bellini; Naples

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      This was absolutely the best hotel I stayed at in Italy. Everything was new and the staff was absolutely fabulous; no where else were they so accommodating and helpful. It was absolutely SILENT in the rooms; the moment I closed the balcony doors; all the sounds of nighttime revelry were completely eliminated. Unfortunately, it also stopped my mobile phone from receiving any signal when the door was shut so I'd stand in the balcony if I wanted to use my phone for SMSes.

      The hotel is very secure; with security cameras and locks at the main entrance and into the reception that leads to the rest of the rooms.

      Getting there is another story..as the hotel sits at the top of an incline on both sides; getting there can be a little difficult with luggage (hence I don't recommend it for the old or those traveling with lots of kid stuff). But if you take a taxi there it should be fine. There are also a few stairs getting to reception and to some of the rooms.

      However, if I should return to Naples I would DEFINITELY want to stay there - I loved it so much I actually wished I lived in that hotel! (And despite all the places I've traveled to, I've never felt so homely in a hotel before)

      Das hervorragende Piazza Bellini, Neapel

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      Das war das absolut beste Hotel, in dem ich in Italien gewohnt habe.

      Alles war neu und das Personal war absolut spitze, nirgendwoanders waren sie so hilfsbereit. Es war total ruhig in den Zimmern. In dem Moment, in dem ich die Balkontür zumachte, waren alle Geräusche des nächtlichen Trubels komplett verschwunden. Leider hatte ich bei geschlossener Balkontür auf meinem Handy kein Signal, also musste ich auf dem Balkon stehen, wenn ich eine SMS senden wollte.

      Das Hotel ist sehr sicher durch Sicherheitskameras und Schlössern an der Eingangstür und bei der Rezeption, von der man zu allen anderen Zimmern gelangt.

      Zum Hotel zu gelangen ist eine andere Geschichte...da das Hotel auf einer Anhöhe liegt, kann es etwas schwierig sein, mit dem Gepäck (deshalb empfehle ich es nicht für ältere Leute oder Familien mit vielen Sachen für die Kinder). Aber wenn man ein Taxi dorthin nimmt, sollte es in Ordnung sein. Man muss auch ein paar Treppen steigen, um zur Rezeption und zu einigen Zimmern zu gelangen.

      Ich würde aber auf jeden Fall wieder dort wohnen, wenn ich nach Neapel zurückkehren würde. Ich fand es so toll, dass ich wünschte, ich könnte dort richtig wohnen! Von allen Orten, die ich schon bereist habe, habe ich mich an keinem so wohl gefühlt wie hier.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Piazza Bellini Naples

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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