Naples can be tough on the unitiated. The central area, rich in history, is dirty, no denying it. But to be able to walk Spacanapoli at night when every storefront is dazziling with local and unique flavor and return to your quiet and safe room is a priceless experience. The Metropolitana and funicular transportation connections are all within walking distance. Via Toledo is right around the corner. The Museo Archeologica is a short walk.
We spent three nights at Hotel Correra and the hospitality was first class. You need this kind of help in Naples. Nice breakfast included. Large clean room, and with the heavy duty window shutters closed you had peace from the "Bronx on steroids" outside.
We would definitely return. Highly recommended for a truely intense and colorful experience you will never forget.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the historic centre of Naples, which was reclaimed from a former factory and an antique block of flats, l'Hotel Correra 241 is born, the ideal launching pad for visits to the city. Correra 241 is Naples' first Art Hotel- at once a hotel and a gallery of contemporary art. Built against a bed of volcanic tuff, from which an antique Greco-Roman aqueduct meanders away, it is a unique building of strong contrasts, intense suggestiveness and passionate colours ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Correra 241 Hotel
- Correra 241 Naples