Explore Naples on a low budget and stay in Zara or Art Hostel. Antica Dimora Naples is a budget hotel that will place you 10 minutes' walk from the center. To stay in a hostel close to UnderNeaTh, book a room at Hostel Of The Sun with rates from 48US$ per night. A good budget-friendly option in Central district is Rosy'S, a 20-minute walk to Teatro San Carlo and not far from Il Miracolo restaurant.
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Where to stay in Naples?
Best cheap hotels in Naples
Naples airports & Subway stations
If you're looking for an apartment near Capodichino airport, Top Floor is conveniently situated less than 1.8 miles from the airport. Executive is a good 3-star choice a 5-minute walk from Toledo metro station. Remain flexible during your stay and consider a hotel close to Naples central railroad station, such as Dolce Vita Rooms & Breakfast and Thousand Colors, situated only a 10-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Those looking to be in the heart of Naples, close to Piazza Carita, should think of staying at Art Resort Galleria Umberto, where you'll find a Jacuzzi, a rooftop terrace and a patio. To experience Naples's vibrant life, consider booking a hotel like Europeo in the very heart of the city. Home to B&B La Dimora Di Nettuno, Lungomare Caracciolo district is a good base for a 3-star stay.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Naples
The luxury Best Western Hotel Plaza is a great option, situated in Naples Historic Center district, with room rates starting from 143US$. Hotel Cristina is a quirky boutique hotel set in Capodimonte district. Hotel Il Convento is a top-rated chain hotel in Naples Historic Center district, and is situated within easy reach of Museo Civico Gaetano Filangieri.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling to Naples for business purpose, the centrally-located Albachiara may be a good option. B&Bs in Naples include Charming & Cozy Orange and B&B Carafa Suite. If you're traveling with kids and want to select from hotels near Palazzo Orsini in Gravina, the most suggested options will be Hotel Maison Degas and Grand Hotel Europa. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the mountain, we offer to pick Palazzo Esedra near Castello Aselmeyer, which is a popular resort in Naples.
City Guide: Discover the best of Naples
Naples is a city to indulge in ''il dolce far niente" meaning happiness from doing nothing.
Here everything is done for pleasure, from its streets packed with shops and restaurants and set side-by-side with undisturbed corners of nature to a stunning blend of modern high-rises casting a shadow over tiny historical buildings.
You can check it out on your own if you book a hotel in Naples at Booked.net. We have cheap offers and luxury Naples hotels available on-line with maps, photos and secure forms for fast booking. You can browse them all by price or location to book the one you like at the lowest possible price exclusive to Booked.net.
All in Naples from its past to present combines making it an orderly looking city. It's up to you to regard it as chaotic and intoxicating or funny and beautiful, but ambivalent impressions of the city are guaranteed. Naples draws both criticism and encouragement, but they only add to its unique urban feel and has not whirled tourists away.
On your trip to Naples it is better to start with its numerous attractions.
- The Naples Aquarium, a place to explore more than 200 species of marine plants and fish
- National Museum of Archaeology, a home to the remains of towns buried by Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD
- Castel dell’Ovo, this fortress has 2000-year history and was constructed under the rule of Frederick II
- Piazza dei Martiri, a square to different patriotic struggles like the Neapolitan Revolution (1799) or the war of unification of 1860.
All these events contribute to city's history, but originally Naples was founded by the Greeks in the 8th century BC. In the 6th century, Naples thrived under the Byzantines, and later changed hands of Spain, Austria and the Bourbons, and was a part of Jacobin republic. Finally, it joined Italy in 1860.
Naples of today happens at street-level with chaotic traffic and its fair share of poverty on display. But this is only a small part of Naples. Turn around and you will see beyond this - lovely islands of Capri and Ischia, the ancient world, treasured and preserved in the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum and impressive ferries docking in the city's port.
You can experience all contrasts of Naples from scenic views to its buzz, but before you do think of comfortable stay there in a hotel booked at Booked.net.