We were so glad we found this hotel online. We read the reviews and we decided to book it. We booked 2 rooms one for my husband and me and the other one for my parents. We booked the standard room and the check in at the hotel was around 2:00 pm we arrived by train at 10:00 am and we only had to wait a few minutes so they could arrange the rooms. My surprise was huge when we found out that they were giving us 2 rooms with a balcony with a view directly to Vesivius. We were not expecting this and I was very grateful since the view is gorgeous. Anyways if you decide not to have a room with a view you could see this magnificent view while you are in the lobby or taking your breakfast in the restaurant. So for us this was a plus. The room is pretty big and gives enough space for two. The bathrooms are very clean and spacious. Lots of channels provided for entertainment. Also, the breakfast is the best I've had in all Italy. They have a huge variety of pastries, bread, fruits, ham, cheese, cereals. etc. It was a wonderful experience. The staff helps you a lot and greets you every time you walk in. They are very helpful too. BTW don't be afraid of staying in this hotel just because is not in the center. Let me tell you that there is a funicular within two blocks that takes you down to via mergellina then you walk another 2 or 3 blocks and you'll find the metro station that will take you to the center of the city. If I'll go back to naples I'll stay in this hotel again. Best hotel in all my stay in Italy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- BEST WESTERN Hotel Paradiso, situated on Posillipo Hill, enjoys a spectacular view of the Gulf of Naples, with Vesuvius as a backdrop.Within just 2,500 metres may be found: the San Paolo Stadium, the Mostra D’oltremare exhibition centre, the University of Federico II di Monte Sant’Angelo, the railway station and the Campi Flegrei subway stop. From many rooms, and certainly from our “Terrazza Paradiso" restaurant, following the line of the coast you see Castel dell'Ovo, built around the year 1000 on a small island of tufaceous rock named Megaris. This is where - legend has it - the siren Parthenope, enchanted by the beauty of the surroundings, constructed the city of Naples. Descending the hill, in a few minutes one arrives at the marina of Mergellina and, 200 metres after that, at the subway station. From here there is a good connection to the old city centre and to the central station, from where it is possible, in around 20 minutes, to reach the sites of Ercolano and Pompei. Also on Posillipo Hill, around 2 km from the hotel, and at the end of the incredibly scenic Via Petrarca, is Virgiliano Park with its green areas and wide terraces that look out onto a sheer view of the Marechiaro Sea, and with a clear view of the little island of Nisida. This is a sight of rare beauty for those who love walking or jogging far away from traffic. The rooms, the meeting rooms, and the scenic restaurant with its Mediterranean cuisine and the warm welcome of its staff, all act as guarantees of a pleasant holiday or business trip. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Paradiso
- Best Western Naples
- Naples Best Western