We stayed here for 3 nights. A lot of the reviews said that the area was dangerous but we found that not to be true at all. We were out as late as 9-10pm and were never concerned for our safety. The area has a lot of shops and restaurants and street vendors hawking their stuff so the area is fine. Naples is a dirty city but dirty does not mean unsafe.
The price we got was really cheap. The beds were a little hard, wifi worked fine in the room and was fast. Breakfast was simple but good. The only problem we experienced was our bed sheets. They were a little dirty and had food stains in them.
Overall, this hotel does the job. It is literally across the street from the train station. We used it as a base to go to Amalfi and Pompeii/Vesuvius. For the price, this hotel was fine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grand Hotel Europa is in an elegant nineteenth century building, the old Murolo-Pisano family residence. Once called Hotel Boccalatte - the first of the Sea Hotels group.The hotel has 90 rooms and suites that give a feeling of space and comfort, soundproofed and equipped for maximum comfort with frescoes from Pompeian age to twentieth century. In the family floor, the rooms are decorated with images from Pinocchio to the penguins, and the hotel stay for the children is free. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Naples