Hotel Tramonto D'oro
Travel Blogs from Naples
... I was back in elementary school and they had signed up to be our chaperones for the day. They explored even more ruins by finally making it to Pompeii on Saturday. I unfortunately couldn’t make it with them on this trip as I was battling a cold all week and desperately needed some time to sleep. I was very impressed with their abilities to get on the train, purchase the tickets, and discover a whole town of ruins ...
... Marrakech! We headed up Via Toledo towards the Museum, theoretically the Main Street of the town. It was built by the Spanish during their two hundred year old hold on the city and is full of Spanish style buildings, which reminded me a lot of Calle Atocha in Madrid. Almost every building is a palace, with huge windows and potent wooden doors, but all left to rot and decay. Many of the buildings are in ruin. To allow a city to become so run down also reeks ...
... of old fashioned jewellery with ladies heads on it- but actually they were beautiful.And we could really appreciate the time and skill that went into creating them.
Herculaneum was a Greek town of about 8000 people in the 1st Century A.D.
It was a seaside holiday destination (though the sea has resided over the centuries).
Later it fell under Roman rule.
In 79A.D. there was a ...
... we met up and blobbed with books in hand. It was a lovely hot day yesterday (as was today) – about 25 deg and a good humidity factor too :o)
Following a lazy bum lunch, we headed to the art auction! Not being familiar with art work nor auctions, we dutifully registered, mingled amongst the art with our free glasses of champagne and watched as the auctioneer did his magic and various art works were sold. They had a Picasso sketch ...
Another early start for us as we wanted to make the most of our day in the beautiful Amalfi Coast.
The tour was scheduled to pick us up from a hotel in the city centre at 9:30 so we had some free time to go shopping. Naples was very industrial, not at all like the quiant and often romantic villages depicted in films.
While waiting at the hotel pick up point we started talking with the very friendly reception staff (Eduardo), who spoke fluent english. We got along so ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tramonto D'oro Naples
Other places to stay in Naples
Poggioreale, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $95
- Superb hotel at a wrong location
- Top Hotel
- Good value
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $141
- A bit of culture in the real Italy !
- Brilliant hotel & location
- What a view!
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $130
Mercato, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $92
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $287
- Loved Naples,
- You better love marble
- You have to meet Luigi, simply the best Concierge
Municipalita 4, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Municipalita 10, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $74
San Ferdinando, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $259
- Not so Grand Vesuvio
- Grand Ole Dame that should have just died or gotten a serious make-over
- Nice room, but.....
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $165
- Not quite there.......
- A gem!
- Perfect location
Via Antiniana 15, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $59
Municipalita 4, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $64
Chiaia, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $184
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $62
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Municipalita 4, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $108
- Excellent new hotel downtown Naples
- Modern hotel, very convenient location.
- Great hotel in Naples
San Ferdinando, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $84
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $81
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $78
- Lovely Hotel
- Good location... for the area
- Value for money
Municipalita 2, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $214
Fuorigrotta, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $97
Via Casarea, no 45, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Piazza Garibaldi 49, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $85