Where to sleep in Naples? we list our favorites

Where to sleep in Naples? we list our favorites

Where to sleep in Naples? Naples is a typical southern Italian city: bustling and bubbling at the same time. Discover our charming and modern accommodation in the heart of the city.


Naples is, quite simply, a city in Campania, where many artists have passed through, as it used to be an essential stopover for them. There are many contrasts here, from the chaotic to the refined and very Italian, where you can feel the history of the region.


We invite you to read our articles on Naples and the Amalfi Coast to help you plan your trip and find some great places to visit.




See Vesuvius from your room. Thehotel Romeo is located on the harbor, making it a convenient central point for early morning departures to the islands in the bay, and is close to the city’s main districts, just a 10-minute walk away, but also faces the Vesuvius as well as the famous island of Capri.

Let’s start with the hotel lobby. The establishment is decorated with objets d’art donated 8 years ago by Italian artists, making this hotel an atypical place in Naples. Here, we invite you to relax and share with us in our family area, where you’ll find billiards, table soccer, a library and a beautiful jukebox.



A little hunger? direction the sushi bar on the ground floor, offering an Italian-Japanese fusion with sushi for 50 euros or a succulent pasta dish for 20 euros. The setting is just incredible: you dine on a designer high table with a flowing fountain!

Bedrooms, you won’t be disappointed by the service. As you enter the corridors, you’ll be carried away by the scent of wild berries, before discovering a spacious, modern room. Well appointed, tastefully decorated and with ultra-comfortable bedding that’s both soft and cozy, you’ll have a very pleasant night’s sleep, just like we did. In the early morning, you’ll enjoy the superb breakfast buffet including eggs, cheeses, Italian cured meats in chiffonade form and fresh juices. All this, facing the sea and Vesuvius, of course!

Head for the next floor of the hotel, where you can enjoy Italian flavors and its fresh produce. The hotel’s two restaurants offer refined cuisine and breathtaking views! We love that you can try the chef’s surprise menu of 6 courses at 115€ or the 8-course menu at 140€ or choose the gastronomic Italian cuisine at this Michelin-starred restaurant. The hotel Romeo has all the assets to charm you with their spa and branded products as well as rooftop pool no, you’re not dreaming!



Practical information | Hôtel Roméo

  • average price of 350€ depending on the period for a deluxe room such as we had, but you can also opt for a suite at 400€/night or, if you can afford it, the grand suite at 2500€/night equipped with a sauna and hammam as well as a large lounge. (we have the right to dream, don’t we? )
  • private parking for 20 euros.




Vous vous posez la question de trouver un point central pour pouvoir profiter de Naples à pied ? Et bien, nous vous présentons l’hôtel Chiaja, situé dans la rue la via Chiaia, non loin de la plaza del Plebiscito et de la plaza San Ferdinando.

Situé à 10 minutes à pied du port d’où partent les bateaux pour les îles de Procida, Ischia et Capri, il est également dans une rue piétonne et très commerçante, à deux pas de la “Via Toledo“. Vous pourrez donc trouver bon nombre de restaurants, de boutiques pour acheter des souvenirs, ou comme Antoine, se refaire un style à l’italienne 😉 car cela vaut vraiment le coup!

Vous accéderez donc à l’hôtel par la rue piétonne et vous le trouverez dans une petite cour intérieure d’un très vieux bâtiment Napolitain, caché derrière une grande porte. Un bel escalier en pierre dans le fond de la cour dessert l’entrée et la décoration quant à elle s’inscrit dans un style rétro avec notamment de vieux objets de la vie de tous les jours.

Les chambres ne sont pas forcément spacieuses mais de taille normales et toutes climatisées. Les tapisseries de la chambre vous transporteront dans une Italie romanesque avec une chambre simplement équipée d’une salle de bain (sèche cheveux fourni) au style rétro et un petit balcon donnant sur la rue. Bien qu’elle soit passante, la rue n’est pas forcément bruyante.

Le petit déjeuner est lui servi sous forme de buffet sucré salé, dans la salle de restaurant de l’accueil avec un choix de jus de fruits, de yaourts, de pâtisseries napolitaines et de charcuteries locales. Ce n’est pas le plus copieux des petits déjeuners mais il est bon.

L’hôtel est bien évidemment équipée du wifi et d’un salon pour lire, ou surfer sur votre téléphone. Si comme nous, vous arrivez en voiture, un parking privé est à disposition à côté de l’hôtel.

En somme, cet hôtel est un bon compromis entre son emplacement et son prix pour pouvoir profiter pleinement de la vieille ville de Naples. Le quartier de Chiaia est un choix idéal pour les voyageurs qui s’intéressent à l’ambiance d’une ville et qui aiment les locaux chaleureux. C’est le quartier préféré des voyageurs visitant Naples et on comprend pourquoi.


Practical information | Hotel Chiaja

  • Price per night in a standard double room from 95 euros to 130 euros



Before leaving, I’d been recommended to stay in some BnBs, so I’m sharing the info with you because I didn’t have time to test everything. We find:


Don’t hesitate to click on our Airbnb link and create an account to benefit from – 40€ on your first accommodation booking. You must have a new account and reserve for a minimum of 65€. As soon as your account is finalized, you’ll receive €9 to use to book an experience worth at least €43.





If you’d like to stay close to the boat landing stages, as you’ll be leaving early the next day for Ischia, Capri or Procida, we recommend the following hotels:

  • Hotel Ausonia: located in Via Caracciolo, on the seafront promenade of Mergellina, a popular spot for Neapolitans who come to admire the evening view of the gulf. Good value for money.
  • The Hotel Rex Lifestyle, is located in a quiet area near the port of Molo Beverello and Castel dell’Ovo. It is centrally located, close to public transport and Naples’ main monuments.


Don’t hesitate to click on our Airbnb link and create an account to benefit from – 40€ on your first accommodation booking. You must have a new account and reserve for a minimum of 65€. As soon as your account is finalized, you’ll receive €9 to use to book an experience worth at least €43.



Practical information | Naples


Don’t forget travel insurance!

Before you leave, make sure you’ve taken out travel insurance to avoid any unpleasant surprises! If you’re planning a short break, a long-haul trip or even a round-the-world tour, travel insurance will provide you with the essential cover you need to enjoy your stay with complete peace of mind: cancellation, baggage, assistance, medical expenses, hospitalization, death, repatriation and all the hassles you could avoid. Also opt forCovid cancellation insurance and border closures. Find out more in our article dedicated to helping you to find the best insuranceand on the Chapka, our travel partner since our Round the World Tour





If you’re visiting Naples, take the opportunity to try out one of these hotels or one of its restaurants for a taste of Neapolitan refinement. If you know of any other nice or unusual places in Naples, don’t hesitate to share them in comments, and we’ll add them to the list!

Discover all our articles on Naples and the sublime Amalfi Coast and its hilltop villages.





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