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Hotels in Naples

2,903

Hotels Prices From

₹4,394

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Travel high season

Mar - May

Travel low season

Jun - Aug

High season avg price

₹13,608

Low season avg price

₹10,970
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
₹14,923
₹9,617₹27,359
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
73mm
24 mm130 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
₹15,752
HIGHEST
₹9,617₹27,359
Avg. temperature
14ºC
COLDEST
Avg. precipitation
55mm
24 mm130 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
₹12,602
LOWEST
₹9,617₹27,359
Avg. temperature
24ºC
WARMEST
Avg. precipitation
27mm
DRIEST
24 mm130 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
₹13,182
₹9,617₹27,359
Avg. temperature
-
Avg. precipitation
92mm
WETTEST
24 mm130 mm
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  • Museo Cappella Sansevero
    Built in the late 1500s, this gem of Italian artistic heritage was greatly influenced by the famous Raimondo de Sangro VII, Prince of Sansevero, a genius of science and invention.
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  • Galleria Borbonica
    Enchanting scenery that unfolds to the eyes of visitors, a secret place full of history and magic atmosphere.An emotional journey that conducts visitors in the new section of the underground of Naples. It is situated in Vico del Grottone 4, from to 150 mt. to Plebiscito Square. Until a few years ago it wasa veterinary laboratory, now is the entrance of the Bourbon Tunnel. A staircase with 8 ramps, 33 yards deep descending into the belly of Chiaia. The second entry is in Via Domenico Morelli,40, through the crosswalk of “Quick parking”.The Tunnel was built in 1853 by Ferdinand II of Bourbon, who, concerned about the outbreak of rebellion, he asked for an escape from the Royal Palace to the barrack in Via della Pace, now Via Morelli. The work was uncompleted and, during the second World War, was used by residents of the area as a military hospital, later becoming the Hall Judicial Deposit.The war left its mark even in the subsoil. That’s way there are handwrite, folding beds, messages of wish and desolation of those who lived it and still maintains its memory. Along the tunnel thereare also the evidences, 530 meters, where visitors can discover the history of real life. Through the spacious streets, it’s easy reachable the network of tunnels and cisterns of seventeenth-century,large buildings, where worked the "pozzari", the only connoisseur of Naples underground.The show is stunning, but that's not finished. On Via Morelli appear statues dating back to fascist period and many cars and motorcycles, abandoned for years, freed from piles of rubbish, arranged and illuminated ad hoc for the route.Nothing is left to chance, even lighting, perfectly integrated with the path of the visitors.Since today everything is possible to visit. Five years ago the scenery was completely different.Rubbish, degradation, wastes of all kinds covered the reliquaries.
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  • Catacombe di San Gennaro
    Around the origin of our Catacombs much has been discussed, they were simpleburial and never were quarries or underground ways; the first note of the monumentis repeated since the death of St. Agrippino our bishop in the II century, when hisbody was buried there in a noble tomb. Many miracles the saint operated by thetomb, so it became a place of reverence and neapolitan wished to be buried in thatplace.
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  • Underground Naples
    Check out a different side of Naples—think: an extensive labyrinth of tunnels that snake underneath the entire old town. Underground Naples offers a fascinating combination of caves, galleries, and passages 131 feet below the ground. Follow the official Napoli Sottrerranea route, which will bring you to the Roman Theater and the Greek-Roman aqueduct, or join a separate tour to visit the Galleria Borbonica which used to be a tunnel intended for the then King of Naples to flee if intended. It's highly recommended to pre-book skip-the-line tickets online to avoid long lines at the entrance. – Tripadvisor
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  • Via San Gregorio Armeno
    The tradition of representing the Holy Family as true art lives on in this narrow street, which is crowded on both sides with hundreds of artisan workshops with colorful displays of Nativity scenes.
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  • Napoli Sotterranea
    Naples Underground - The tour in the ancient neapolitan aqueduct. A city below the city.
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  • Teatro di San Carlo
    The Teatro di San Carlo was designed by the architects Giovanni Antonio Medrano and Angelo Carasale for the monarch since Charles wanted a new and larger theatre for Naples to replace the old and dilapidated Teatro San Bartolomeo of 1621. On 12 February 1816 the San Carlo was destroyed by fire. The Theatre was re-designed by the architect Antonio Niccolini and rebuilt within ten months on order of King Ferdinand IV. In 1845 there was additional refurbishment and, by 1854, the theatre's interior appearance changed to the now-traditional red and gold.Now carefully restored to its former splendour, the San Carlo is the oldest working theatre in Europe.
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  • Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
    This museum has all of the interesting finds from Pompeii and Herculaneum, both doomed cities after the violent eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD.
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  • Complesso Monumentale di Santa Chiara
    The Monumental Complex of St. Chiara, including the Church, the Monastery and the Convent, had been raised since 1310 to 1328 by the will of the King Roberto d’Angio and his wife Sancia of Majorca. The sovereigns, both devoted to St. Francis of Assisi and St. Chiara, wanted to build a Franciscan citadel that housed in the Convent the Clarisses and in the contiguous Monastery the Friars Minor. The Church, central nucleus of the whole complex, rose with the title of Saint Host or Sacred Body of Christ, dedication suggested by the Eucharistic Miracle of Bolsena, happened in 1264; the denomination changed immediately in Santa Chiara, probably for the extraordinary number of Clarisses introduces in the Convent.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Naples hotels

Santa Chiara Boutique Hotel, Hotel Piazza Bellini & Apartments, and Decumani Hotel de Charme are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Museo Cappella Sansevero. See the full list: Hotels near Museo Cappella Sansevero.

Popular hotels close to Underground Naples include Santa Chiara Boutique Hotel, Hotel Piazza Bellini & Apartments, and Hotel Palazzo Decumani. See the full list: Hotels near Underground Naples.

Popular luxury hotels in Naples include Grand Hotel Santa Lucia, Grand Hotel Parker's, and The Britannique Naples, Curio Collection by Hilton. See the full list: Naples Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Naples Airport include Le Cheminée, Luxor Hotel, and Hotel Daytona. See the full list: Hotels near Naples Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Galleria Borbonica are Caruso Place Boutique & Wellness Suites, Chiaja Hotel de Charme, and Hotel Palazzo Alabardieri. See the full list: Hotels near Galleria Borbonica.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Naples are Hotel Il Convento, Grand Hotel Oriente, and Hotel Nuvò. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Naples.

Popular cheap hotels in Naples include Week-end a Napoli, Hotel Il Convento, and Hotel Cristina. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Naples.

ROMEO Napoli, Grand Hotel Vesuvio, and Hotel San Francesco al Monte have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Naples. See the full list: Spa Resorts in Naples.

Popular Naples neighbourhoods with hotels include Pendino, San Ferdinando, and Mercato.

Santa Chiara Boutique Hotel, Grand Hotel Santa Lucia, and Week-end a Napoli all received great reviews from families travelling in Naples. See the full list: Family Hotels in Naples.

Santa Chiara Boutique Hotel, Grand Hotel Santa Lucia, and Week-end a Napoli received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Naples. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Naples.