Naples is a very busy place - and with the crazy streets full of people and the graffiti all over the buildings EVERYWHERE we were worried about the hotel and the area it may be in. We needn't have been - it was LOVELY!
There is a gate to be buzzed in to (so you have that nice bit of privacy) into a gorgeous courtyard where we had many a bottle of prosecco. The hotel is used for art exhibitions and you'll notice all over the walls are little art drawings and quirky images. Theres a small bar downstairs which is accessed by the reception - the receptionists were all very helpful and nice!
Our room was a decent size and was prefect for what we needed. Very modern feel to it. Nice bathroom. No view however but this wasnt an issue for us.
Breakfast was in a seperate building opposite the court yard which was actually a bit too hot - the air con could do with being on here. And if you go first thing in the morning the water for the coffee/tea was not hot at all (and i really cannot drink warm tea). This was disappointng.
The location was good - near the National Archeological museum and the metro - but just doing a city walk nearby was nice.