See why so many travelers make Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino their hotel of choice when visiting Naples. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Palazzo Reale (1.6 mi) and Catacombe di San Gennaro (1.6 mi) make Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino a great place to stay when visiting Naples.
Rooms at Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino offer air conditioning and a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino, parking is available.
Naples has plenty of French restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Restaurant Le Dogon Chez Affou & Savane, Bag Bagel & Baguette, and Pasticceria Lauri, which are serving up some great dishes.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Galleria Borbonica, Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, and Complesso Monumentale San Lorenzo Maggiore - La Neapolis Sotterrata.
At Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Naples.
Terrible location on a busy road near the main Garibaldi train station. Broken sidewalks and so much traffic noise. Then you must heave your suitcase up the steps into the hotel - no doorman to help. The system is very antiquated, with old heavy keys you must leave with the desk each time you leave. The elevator is terrifyingly old and creaky, very finicky, doesn't work if you push more than one button, but barely large enough for 2 adults with small suitcases. The rooms are bare and so basic. We had to change from our first room as the wifi was non-existent. Nothing fancy in this place. The A/C barely worked so we had to ask for a fan. The bathroom shower door was broken and difficult to manage, and so many bugs coming in if you opened the window. Our window opened into a parking garage, which someone was using each night to repair things with loud, clanking tools. The boring breakfast was so bad, we just ate at nearby coffee shops. There are so many better hotels nearby.…
The hotel was conveniently located near the central station and was clean, despite being really old (but most hotels in Italy are anyway). The corridors were dark and gave a creepy brothel-like vibe, but the WORST of it was, THEY BROKE INTO OUR SUITCASE when we went out for the day!!! How did we know? They changed the code for our suitcase lock! We closed it when we went out, and couldn’t open it when we got back. Nothing was stolen because we took all our valuables with us, and there were only clothes, but it was definitely unacceptable. Stay away from this hotel!
The hotel was located in The street Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi. The Hotel sign was easy to find when walking down The street searching trough Google Maps. Pretty cheap, 25€ per night. Our class stayed for four nights. Stayed in room with three others. One room with enough space for everyone, and one bathroom. The bathroom was in ok condition. The hotel overall was very simple and great for just spending time when sleeping. Room service every day, and new towels everyday. Breakfast was good. The hotelstaff spoke English. The location is very convenient, it is located a 2 minute walk away from Garibaldi metro station, which can take you to The sentrum. The street however is a little sketchy, and you should not walk alone, and watch out for your belongings. Traffic is a bit wild, but not anymore then normal in The country. We were a whole class from a folkhighschool that were staying, aged from 18-21. 25 people. No problems with the hotel or staff.…
With school we visited Napoli for a week. The hotel is not in the best area of Napels, to get to the good part it’s around a 30 minute walk. A positive point was that it’s very close to the central station and the so it’s easy to get to Pompeii and other places in the city. The hotel itself was fine. The staff is very friendly, the breakfast was not much variation but oke. We had a good view on the busy street from our balcony . What I personally didn't like was the smell in our room. there was a sewage smell in the room from the moment we entered. When we first entered we needed to get used to the neighbourhood, lots of trash on the street and homeless people, but the people were not rude and we experienced no problems what so ever. I thought it was cool to also see this part of Napels. For a school trip I would recommend this hotel, simpel and central. not a luxury hotel, but that's not what we're looking for either.…
Although very convenient for the main railway station, that's not exactly the best area of Naples to be based. You can get to all the main sites quite easily on foot, but the area around the station, Piazza Garibaldi and the side streets are a bit dodgy. You may feel somewhat unsafe, even without a valid reason. It's cheap shopping, market stalls and dodgy looking characters hanging around. If that doesn't bother you, then the Rebecchino is a perfectly OK place to sleep and rest. It's seen better days and could do with a refresh, but the somewhat antiquated decor and rooms do have some charm of their own. One of the biggest problems with this property is the 'free' WIFI. It's useless. In some rooms, you won't get any signal at all. When you can connect, it's unreliable and crashes for long periods. If you're here working and need reliant signal, this is not the hotel for you. Other than the lobby, you won't get any signal at all in the public areas. The rooms are basically clean and have the typical somewhat hard Italian mattresses and pillows, with fresh, clean linens. There's good closet space, lighting and a mini bar that serves as a useful fridge. Most rooms also have a small balcony, but this property has a big problem with mosquitos, even in the colder months. Keeping your balcony doors open will give sleepless nights later. Bathrooms are older, with tiny, one person showers. The water pressure is good and the hot water plentiful. There's soap, shampoo & a hair dryer provided. The towels were clean if somewhat old and for some reason, they had a strong odour of vinegar. Breakfast is provided in the rate and is plentiful if unexciting. Breads, pastries, cakes, cookies, preserves, ham, cheese (a grill for toasting), juices, yogurt, canned fruit and a variety of coffee drinks are all provided. Pretty much anything you need to fill up for the day. No eggs, but that's all that's really missing. There's a tiny elevator for one person, so you'll be using the stairs quite a bit and the lobby staff will provide help with suggestions and itineraries. I got a very good rate and for a basic hotel with breakfast, it was a perfectly good option, but the WIFI was a huge issue. As were the mosquitos!…
On the plus side: it’s a 5 minute walk to Garibaldi station. It’s also pretty central which helps to get you places. For 5 euros, you can catch the bus to or from airport, about a 10 minute trip. As far as the hotel - the breakfasts are ok; coffee, juice, cereal, toasts, meats, cheeses, you get the picture. The staff work hard to keep food replenished and tables clean. My room was substandard; the bathroom smelled of sewer, the shower was small (plenty of room to enlarge), water pressure was low, shower head needed cleaning as water did not come out of all the holes and temperature of water went hot and cold. The room was dull; wall paper peeling away, mattress very old (I worried about my back as I had to really stretch it out in the mornings), safe did not work and it was too hot. There was an air conditioner and a dial on the wall which I assumed controlled it but it didn’t work. (I wonder if it was remote controlled and the establishment took the remote because it was early November and figured it wasn’t needed?) It was, as outside was 20 degrees Celsius. On a positive note, the room was tidied daily, fresh towels issued and it was clean. I’m disappointed at the price I paid because it wasn’t justified.…
Was a bit wary after reading some reviews but got nothing but good things. It's old but very clean, room cleaned every day helpful staff,breakfast is limited but lovely. Great location ,brilliant city and surrounding areas sad to he going home.
It's average and definitely looks outdated. The rooms were alright and clean. Receptionist was helpful as well. The hotel doesn't have the best decour either. It seems close to everything though which is a plus.
The reception was very helpful,free WiFi,quiet rooms,near to the train station. The balcony was at the back side of hotel and was terrible.The maid change our sheets after 3 days,and the hotel has a little bit of bad smell,poor breakfast. The area was kind of scary especialy at night hours ,but there are pizza restaruants and coffe shops around if you like to eat at any time.
- good location, near Garibaldi Metro station and shopping zone - the hotel needs improvements, especially the shower, is very small, you have to keep the doors open to wash - breakfast is not varied -the heat does not work