Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri

Address: Via Alabardieri 38, Naples, Campania, 80121, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Tech Center/Littleton area of Naples, is near Teatro di San Carlo, Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale), Piazza Bellini, and Nero's Theater.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palazzo Alabardieri Naples

    Reviewed by klynch35313

    Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri

    Reviewed Oct 6, 2012
    by (6 reviews) Ilkley , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The main part of the hotel was full so I was in a second block on the next street. It meant I had a huge room because they could also be used as self catering apartments, however the room smelt quite strongly of stale smoke and there was no wifi (which there was in the main part of the hotel). The block was very secure and nicely decorated and the staff were all very friendly and helpful.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri Naples

    Superbe hotel

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    Aucune critique ne peut être formulée à son encontre, sauf un tout petit détail technique l'entrée est difficile à trouver et meriterait une meilleur signalisation

    La situation géographique est centrale

    La réception est parfaite

    Un calme règne dans tout l'hotel ce qui est un exploit dans une ville comme Naples

    les chambres sont magnifiques avec un luxe de détails comme les stores qui se ferment et s'ouvrent electriquement directement de la tête de chaque lit

    Les femmes de chambre savent ce que faire le ménage siginifie

    L'ensemble des employés est très à la hauteur et fait tout ce qui est necessaire pour rendre le séjour agréable.

    Le voiturier disponible à tout moment met moins de 10 mn pour ramener le véhicule autant de fois que nécessaire

    les petits déjeuners sont raffinés copieux , un vrai régal.

    En conclusion cet hotel 4 étoiles mériterait d'en avoir 5

    Quiet, polished elegance

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    Beautifully decorated room with desk, small table, ample closet space, very good firm mattress, modern bathroom. Excellent breakfast in a lovely setting with good service.

    Staff directed us to a restaurant for the best pizza we've ever had, and a good seafood restaurant, both nearby. This is a great location for shopping with narrow, walking streets and small stores and restaurants close by.

    The hotel is a few doors from the Piazza Dei Martari and across a narrow street from Armani. It's easier and faster to get a cab from the taxi stand on the piazza than have one come down the long one-way street toward Dei Martari to get to the hotel. On departure, we rolled our bags to the piazza taxi stand, lined up with cabs. The hotel was less than a 10-minute cab ride to the archeology museum in one direction and the same from the Molo Beverello ship terminal in another.

    This is a gem of a hotel, clean, modern, efficient, friendlly and in a wonderful location.

    Perfect hotel

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    we stayed three nights at the hotel. It is in a very good location,the room was very pleasent and quiet and last but not least the service given by the reception and housekeaping staff was exeptional.We arrived without lugage(Alitalia misplaced it) and the staff gave us all the help to retrieve the lugage and make our stay pleasent and comfortable until the last minute of our stay. Very recommended.

    Professional, Stylish, Pristine

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    In the lobby is a guest book that is filled with current rave reviews. We left too quickly early in the morning to add to them.

    Helpful, respectful, professional staff. Very clean, quiet, modern, comfortable, sophisticated ambiance, secure and safe, no frayed edges. Linens, towels, beds were great. Care and attention to everything. Use a taxi or hotel-arranged transfer to and from the airport (enjoy the ride and your introduction to Napoli). Good breakfast, full service dining/bar and room service. In the heart of high-end fashion shopping area. An oasis in the ocean of life that is Naples. Close to waterfront. A great base to walk and explore Naples. Nightlife for the young located among the shops and the marble/stone and woodworking craftsmen down the block. Would return again, no questions asked.

    Worth every penny

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    This is definitely a great 4* place by international standards (if not more compared to other famous Naples etablisments of that category...). Easy to reach by bus, walking.

    I always stay in hotels in Chiaja and while most are as over-priced as many "hotels" in Naples (without offering much), this one is definitely worth every penny. Centrally located, yet perfectly protected from the permanent Neapolitan background noise.

    Absolutely great service desk, eager to help out. Breakfast menue with a huge range of foods on offer. Virtually something for everyone.

    Certainly will book there again!

    Extremely helpful front desk staff

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    We stayed three days at the beginning and 3 days at the end of our trip. My luggage was delayed and the front desk staff checked on delivery for me. It did not arrive until the second night at 11:00pm! The hotel is a small boutique hotel in the middle of the upscale shopping district. Giorgio Armani boutique is directly across the street from the hotel entrance. The street is quite narrow and taxis must wait in the plaza which is about 1/2 a block away. (The bellman retrieve your bags for you.)

    The breakfasts are delicious with fresh fruit, a variety of pastries, eggs, cheeses, yogurt sausages, salami, cheeses, cereals.

    It is a small and very quiet hotel and is very tastefully furnished.

    The staff were most helpful arranging a private taxi to Caserta which was a nice day trip out of the city. The taxi driver showed us the way to the ticket office and waited about 21/2 hours for us to tour the palace and the beautiful gardens including the English gardens.

    They also arranged a taxi for us to go to the waterfront to take the Hydrofoil to Ischia. We took the public transportation around the island. (You need to buy your ticket before you board the bus.)

    I heartily recommend this hotel.

    Exellent Hotel

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    I stayed 4 nights at the Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri. I'm pleased to highly recommend this hotel. Here is why. Although is not an International hotel, or because,it offer very personal service that I have not experienced in larger hotels. I had had some dificulties getting together with the tour company rep that I had booked from the US for my trips to Pompey and around Naples. The hotel staff allowed me to use the reception computer (they even provided assistance with the Italian key board) so I could contact the travel agency.

    The hotel staff will go out of the way to assist you providing restaurant recommendations and areas of interested in Naples.

    The hotel has been totarly renovated. Rooms for European standards are large and tastefuly appointed. Breakfast buffet is generous.

    Great Hotel

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    This hotel is relatively new. The rooms are spacious and bathrooms are very modern. The location of the hotel is in a very trendy safe area near the harbour. The Staff are extremely friendly and the room rate was very reasonable for a Naples hotel. EUR180

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri Naples

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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