Hotel Europeo1.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel is not at street front. its inside and you have to open a outside door. . The elevator is for only 2 persons. So you have to do 2 strip for get the reception- However it is near from historical center and a pricipal avenue. The price is very convinient(cheap) in comparission other hotels in Italy. its clean an the employes are very kind. They helped us a lot when we asked them
Ideal location in the hub of Naples university area. Very helpful, English speaking staff, desk manned 24 hours. Excellent room rates, rooms a tad small but beautifully decorated and very comfortable and very clean.
This place is a great find. Yes, it's a budget hotel. Yes, the towels are like tea towels but they are changed daily. Yes, the rooms are small but hey, you only use it to sleep in. Yes, the TV only has Italian channels ( it's Italy after all!!) but who watches TV anyway? This place is in a great location, by the university in the Centro Historico. Easy walking distance to potter round the old town, exploring the sights. A 15 minute walk to the Castell dell N'Ovo or the port (easiest place to catch the Alibus back to the airport). A 5 minute walk to the nearest metro. Plenty of cheap bars to buy breakfast/coffee. Would definitely recommend this place. It's clean, staff are friendly and helpful. The only noise at night was the seagulls, however with the shutters shut and free air con on, we slept well.
A simple hotel located in the center of Napoli. Not so clean as I loked it to bee. The staff was unfrendly. The balcony was used as a dryingroom for the laundry. A little bit noisy hotel. Positiv was the location.
I agree with the post as to the high rating mystery. The air conditioning didn't work, when asked how to operate the ceiling fan was told don't touch it. Same with the ac fan(??) dial on the wall. I'm not sure if they're used to dealing with college kids or what, ( university across the street) but I haven't been in college in 20+ years so pretty sure I can operate a ceiling fan! Once I found the control it worked fine. Noisy but functional. Hotel is in old town on a very narrow street with lots of graffiti and in the back building behind a bar. Thank God our driver knew where to go otherwise we never would have found it. It's on the fourth floor, you have to be buzzed in several times to get there and then ride the tiniest elevator known to man - had to stand front to back, would not fit shoulder to shoulder. The bed was quite hard - which seems to be the norm in lower priced hotels in Italy The bathroom was large per Italy standards and shower worked well. Wifi was free but kept dropping, which also seems to be the norm for Italy Location was good if you plan to walk to local sites, restaurants.
We had an OK stay at Hotel Europeo & Flowers during the long Easter weekend in April 2017. The hotel is in a great location, only a few minutes walk from the main street, Spaccanapoli, and loads of cafés, restaurants and gelaterias. Also most of the tourist sights in Napoli are within walking distance. To enter the hotel you need to ring the bell at the main green metal gates, and then another bell at the entrance of the building, and the hotel is located on the 4th floor, which you access with the world’s smallest lift (2 people can barely fit, but without luggage!!!). We arrived late at night (after midnight) and the guy at reception was quite abrupt and unhelpful, and only spoke Italian (we sort of managed to communicate as we speak a bit of Italian, but I guess it must be frustrating for people who don’t speak a word). The rest of the reception people we met during the day were quite nice and helpful, and spoke English, but the night guy was consistently curt and unfriendly every night. There is the possibility to buy water bottles in the hotel, but when we asked him to get us one, he said they had ran out, and that was not even that late at night! The room was OK, nothing spectacular, with some kitsch murals you can see in the hotel photos. Murals are also covering the reception area, which we pretty much sat in all the time we spent in the hotel as there is no WiFi in the rooms. Even when we raised this with the (nice) reception staff they said that the Internet does whatever it wants, and they can’t do anything about it (they restarted the router that was just outside our room, and we appreciated the effort, but to no effect). Even at the reception, WiFi was patchy at the best of times, so when we needed to make bookings or even check email it was after 20-30 min of trying that we (sometimes) managed to do what we needed. This was the most frustrating aspect of the hotel, and we saw that all other guests were also suffering the same, as we exchanged frustrated comments while we all crowded in the few seats outside the reception at all times to access what little Internet we could. For the price (we paid 99 USD per night during the Easter long weekend, and that was a special offer price!) this is a very basic hotel, at best 2 star, but I believe that if you book with a few months/weeks in advance much better options can be found for that price. I would recommend it as what we took it, a simple basic, no-WiFi, no breakfast option in a central location for those who are booking last-minute and can’t find anything better for their budget. Air-con: Yes Fridge: No Safe deposit box: Miniscule one, a small Android tablet couldn’t fit in it! Hairdryer: Yes, weirdest most ancient one I’ve seen in my life (basically a tube that pipes hot air) Free Wi-Fi: Yes, but only accessible whenever it feels like working, and from the reception area ONLY. Not strong enough to work properly, not even strong enough at times to check Facebook/TripAdvisor Toiletries: Hand soap, 1 shampoo & 1 body wash sachet (had to ask the reception for more on our second day as they were not replenished after being used. The nice receptionist guy gave me more without question) Towels: 2 body, 2 hand/face and one floor towel/floor mat. The body and face towels were extremely thin and quilted, reminded me of those in Turkish hammams. Not very absorbent and quite scratchy Breakfast included: No (we had great coffee and pastries in the café Leopoldo which is 5 min walk from the hotel, in Spaccanapoli) Walkable distance from city center: Yes, 2 min walk from Spaccanapoli and walkable distance to most of the main sights Bedside tables & reading lights: One big table on one side with one lamp, too far away to turn off the light without getting out of bed Luggage racks: None, and no space to open suitcases anywhere on the floor, we had to put ours sideways on an armchair Freebies: Weirdly enough, on the bedside table there was an advertisement for something called AFTERME, with the words: “Leave your last wishes for your loved ones. Your emails will be sent to them when you pass away.” Kind of creepy for the only written material in the room if you ask me (started wondering if it was implying I would leave my last breath in this hotel!)
Even though this place was hard to find, the room was tiny and the elevator was small and slow, it was actually a good place to stay. We had to park our car in a car-park about 15 minute walk away as there is very limited parking or car access in old town. The hotel was really hard to find as it was behind a grill gate in a graffiti area, then a walk down the lane-way to the property. The room was clean but no towels were provided but it was very cheap and an excellent location to explore the old town. There is a great little coffee shop by the grill gate and an excellent pizza place right at the intersection just up from the hotel.
Great hotel. Clean and tidy. It is a little strange that this hotel is the top couple of floors of a block of apartments (I mention this as access could be problematic for some people with mobility issues) and the lift is tiny (again mobility issues this could cause issues) but the rooms are clean, the staff are friendly and helpful, the location is very central and the rooms are clean and have free wifi, air con, a safe and a TV. And the price is pretty good.
Can't understand the good reviews. Don't get me wrong this hotel has a fantastic location right in the middle of the old town, and the staff were fine. Everything else was hopleless: hard uncomfortable bed, shutter than didn't close fully - letting the light in, Wi-fi didn't work, the thinnest towels every seen, no kettle. Very noisey at the weekend with lots of students in the street outside, and very noisey water, fans and doors and floors inside the hotel.
Great hotel, very helpful staff happy to lend me a phone charger. Clean hotel, in a fantastic location, brilliant restaurants minutes away, close to metro and only a brisk 20 minute walk to train line for Pompeii etc. Really recommend.
- 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. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All of Hotel Europeo's 25 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including ceiling fans, safes, and phones. 32-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 886 reviews