Naples has seen a dramatic
allyincrease ingin the number of tourists in the last three years. In the past, the city was a popular destination mainly for adventurous travelers on a budget, but nowadays it also attracts many wealthier tourists arriving byon cruise ships. The two hotels I recommend here cater for these two different types of visitor.
La Controra is a small hotel situated in the centre of the city. It is just a 10-minute walk away from the main tourist
icattractions. It offers single and double rooms but also dorms, for those traveling on a really tight budget. There is free Wi-Fi connectionand a spacious common room where it is possible to meet other travelers.
Also, sometimes local bands play live at the hotel, which makes it very suitable for those who want to discover the lively Neapolitan musical scene. On the other hand, for this reason I would not recommend the hotel to light sleepers.
As for the staff, they are very friendly and competent - not only do they know a lot about the
mosttouristic aspects of the city but also about parties and social events.
Via dei Mille is probably the fanciest street in Naples, with its expensive boutiques and gourmet restaurants, and with one of the best hotels in the city, the Romeo Mare.
This hotel ranks as a 5-Star L, where L stands for luxury. It is in a very
ancientold building, refurbished with modern details. The rooms are very airy, and each one of them has a window facing the sea.
Furthermore, a Michelin restaurant allows the guests to taste the best dishes of the Neapolitan cuisine. This hotel is the perfect choice for wealthy tourists who want to get the most out of their stay in Naples. Its top-class facilities together with
anits internationally awardedrecognized staff make it ideal for those who can afford the expensive fare of its suites.
As you can see, these hotels are perfect for two different categories of tourists. However hundreds of hotels can be found in Naples, the very beautiful and charming city which I'm sure you'll fall in love with.
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