Hotel Europeo1.0 out of 5.0
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We read the reviews before we decided to book. Staying in November we got a rate of around £45 per night (for two people sharing - one double and one single bed). I have to admit it isn't my usual accommodation but for four nights in Naples, it is perfect for getting into the feel of the city. You come in via a security gate and then another door which has a buzzer/security code (the hotel give you the code once you check in). The hotel reception is on the fourth floor and the lift is very, very tiny. We had to go up one at a time with our luggage; it fits two people max without. Stepping out onto the hotel floor, the first thing you see is the amazing artwork. Very quirky as others have said, very interesting and very Napoli. We arrived early (check in is at 3pm, we arrived around noon) and were told we could check in after 1pm. We left our luggage there and went out for lunch, but when we came back at around 2pm the room still wasn't ready...we waited and finally got into our room just before 3. Which is fine, as that was the official check in time, but it would have been nice if we had known this...! Anyway, we finally got into our room which was right next to reception (room 402) - so we were a bit worried we'd suffer from a lot of noise disturbance, since the reception is open 24/7. The room itself was beautifully decorated and very clean. Perfectly spacious for two people, my friend had the double bed and I had the single (surprisingly comfortable - foam mattress I think). The bathroom was also very clean, with a decent shower and plenty of hot water at all times. The receptionists all spoke great English and were very helpful at all times (including when we couldn't uncork a bottle of wine and had to beg for help at past midnight!). This is a budget hotel and there are reasons for that. Firstly, the reception kept our passport for a few days until we requested them back. At check-in we asked if they had to keep our passports and they told us they did. This is not the case - they need to take down the details from the original passport by law, but they do not need to retain the passport. We felt uncomfortable about this. However once we requested them back because we needed photo ID for a day trip, they gave them back with no questions asked. Secondly, there is no soundproofing. If you don't sleep through noise, this is not the hotel for you. Even wearing earplugs through the night, I was disturbed by the neighbouring room and by reception. This is a place to stay if you are happy to go to sleep late and wake up early. This makes it excellent for someone who just wants a comfy bed (and as mentioned above, my bed was extremely comfy!) to crash in while seeing the sights of Naples. And the hotel is perfectly placed for seeing Naples. It's within walking distance of many of the city's sights and museums. It's in a good area that feels safe to walk around (even as a female travelling with another female) and is full of interesting sights and shops. There's also a very handy supermarket just a few metres away. So in a nutshell, if your focus is exploring Naples from a central location, I can't imagine you could do better.
Set right in the heart of Naples this place is great for accessing everywhere. It was clean and nicer than expected. It is quite basic but it's what you'd expect and perhaps a little more for the money you are paying. We only stayed 2 nights and it was great for that timeframe. It also felt very safe. Staff weren't rude but could have been more friendly.
We arrived in naples very early due to an early flight and they were kind enough to check us in allready. The staff was welcoming and helpfull. The area is very nice, safe and lively. The hotel is located very central close to a lot of shops, bars, and restaurants. Also many cute cafes to enjoy your caffé espresso and cornetto in the morning. In the evening, grab a perroni for €1 and join the students who are sitting and chatting at the piazza around the corner.
Quirky B and B . Great location- friendly staff. Lovely room, although small, with unusual arty decor. Great Italian atmosphere. Good wifi. Lovely square just around the corner with cafes. Easy to walk though old town. From airport, you can take a shuttle bus to the Central Station and then one stop on the metro. Metro station Universiti( a very clean and beautiful one) a short walk away. Easy to get the metro from here and then overground to Pompeii. Bathroom a bit pokey. Entrance looks a bit scary if you are in Naples for the first time until you realise that's what Naples is like!
This was our first time in Naples and we were a little unsure when the taxi dropped us off outside a very unassuming street. The staff, especially Giovanni, we're incredibly helpful and friendly. We arrived more than 3 hours before the scheduled check in but they said they could clean the room and have it ready in 20 minutes if we wanted to wait. The room was spotlessly clean and serviced every day. It included decent wifi, a minibar/fridge, TV and safe. The bathroom again was very clean and although the shower was a bit small it was adequate. The hotel is situated very near to many great bars and restaurants in a vibrant part of the city. Its not 5 star luxury but its certainly not 5 star cost and when we visit Naples again we will definitely stay here.
I stayed at the Hotel Europeo for 2 nights last weekend as part of a group of 7 friends and family. We wanted something very central which this is, situated as it is just off Spaccanapoli. We also had a low budget and the hotel catered very nicely in that respect. The Hotel Europeo is a fine hotel for its category. Everything was spotless, the staff were friendly and helpful and we were within easy reach of all the major sights. Via Toledo is a short walk away and brings you down to Piazza del Plebiscito and the seafront: you can stop for some fabulous coffee and a sfogliatella on the way!
Very nice place, people are helpfull and smiling.... Don' take the breakfast... You have a lot off small restaurant all around... The place was quiet and in the center of the town, you can visit Napoli with metro and walking.... We will come again...
The hotel was located in a reaaaaaally high slope so it made our arrival pretty difficult as we had our hand luggage with us. The description in the hotel did not mention this sometthing I strongly recommend they do. Luckily the neighborhood where the hotel was located seemed ok, there were a lot of people gathered outside the shops when we arrived at night (around 8ish). We couldn't find the hotel at first because there were no really visible sign that said "hotel" so we kinda got lost for a bit, luckily a local from the pizza next door helped us locate the hotel. We were unlucky during our stay as the elevator was under maintenance when we arrived but the friendly staff came to help us take our luggage upstairs. Our stay was ok in the hotel, the pizza store next door was the best pizza we've had and the margarita we got (I'd say 12 inches) was only 3 euros!!!! Best bargain ever for the time of the night and the flavor was pretty good. The only thing we didn't like was that the receptionist wanted to keep our passports for information, we waited there with him until he was done keying all the info he needed so that he could give us back our documents.
We couldn't get in to the usual hotel when we come to naples but this was quite acceptable. not to far from the garibaldi train station. we stayed Thursday to Monday and found check in quite straight forward. we were all on level 2 and got used to the lift no problem. my room was a single room, quite small but adequate for the short stay. only problem with my room was I think it was close to the room were the cleaners congregate in the morning so my sleep wasn't great, but naples makes up for it. breakfast was in the basement floor which was quite good. cheeses and ham etc fruit and croissants juice and coffee or tea so it did set you up till dinner time. the reception in my opinion was very good always there to help and sort things out no problem. anythingyou needed to know about naples or travel was no problem to them. OH and of course they spoke very good English. if I couldn't book into the hotel further down the corsa umberto then I would probably go for this one again. yes the area is a tad intimidating, but if you walk very business like and stick together like we did nobody bothers you, and by midnight that particular area seems very quiet
Excellent location, clean & cheap. There was a lot of noise throughout the night from outside & from the air-conditioning. The bed wasn't very comfortable but it was only for one night & it was worth the price.
- Walking distance to Santa Chiara and Cathedral of Naples
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Historical Center, Hotel Europeo is within a 5-minute walk of Santa Chiara and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Cathedral of Naples. This 25-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, concierge services, and express check-in. Located centrally in Naples, it's also close to National Archaeological Museum and Castel Nuovo.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All of Hotel Europeo's 25 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including free weekday newspapers, safes, and phones. 26-inch TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also available.
Guests of Hotel Europeo enjoy free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with concierge services and luggage storage.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 925 reviews