How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Prati Hotel Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... amazing sound-proof windows here (except when you are sleeping directly above a club with building-vibrating bass). You can be on a busy street, close the window and hardly hear a peep. For a light sleeper it is complete heaven. My last few days in Naples were a whirlwind of coastal visits. One day was spent in Pompeii and then back in Naples to the National Archaeological Museum to see the items that had been excavated. Luckily it was heritage day ...
... I guess it is an acquired taste. This place has shades of Monte Carlo but the wealthy visitors are apparently more incognito. At 1:20 PM our bus was heading for Pompeii.
A once thriving commercial port of 20,000, Pompeii (founded 600 BC) grew from Greek and Etruscan roots to become an important Roman city. Then on August 24, 79 AD, everything changed. Mount Vesuvius erupted and began to bury the city under 30 feet of hot volcanic ash. The citizens ...
... and there was a sea battle and the doors caught a few hits! His fleet was conquered by the Genoese. The Genoese sent the door back to Naples in 1495!
We watched a lot of people supervising at the castle talk the whole time on their phones!
Fewer supervisors and more cleaners and weeders needed.
We headed off to Vico Equense thinking we would be at the Amalfi Coast, but we were not quite there. Thus our plans ...
... rulers of Naples and it was this Neapolitan Bourbon ruler that really discovered Pompeii and kept the best treasures for himself. Now these priceless artifacts are in the Naples Archeological Museum. But truthfully all I could think about was that Doctor Who caused the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius as we learned in the episode Fires of Pompeii. The next candidate for Idiot of the Cruise was completely surprised that Pompeii required a bit of walking. ...
... were actioned in the forum represented Pompeii's cultural capital - they had economic strength and power and the prosperity of Pompeii was not forgotten despite its undoing by Vesuvius. From ruins we can still marvel at the wonder and magestic nature of this town - we can admire and appreciate the way in which the community would have been organised and how it operated. The way in which the many different buildings were utilised for various purposes shows that it was not ...