Designed by the late Kenzo Tange, the Romeo is wonderfully lavish and full of antiques and contemporary art. Rooms are simple but luxurious, with sleek fittings, and the fabulous rooftop spa features a pool overlooking the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius. Facilities include a top-class fine-dining restaurant on the top floor, and the Beluga Lounge Bar & Terrace on the 9th floor also offers incredible views, along with tasty cocktails and snacks. The ground floor Bistrot 9850 is available for drinks and a combination of Neapolitan and oriental specialities.
The unruly, untamed soul of Italy is bustling, noisy and scruffy, but it’s also a cultural goldmine full of art-filled churches, underground crypts, archeological and historical wonders, and gleaming palaces. Oh, and the rugged coastline dotted with tiny beaches within easy reach is pretty special too. Along with the culture and history, Naples is perhaps best known for its most famous contribution to the world—pizza—but there are also plenty of fine-dining opportunities.
The accommodation is equally wide-ranging, so choose to stay in a Liberty-style villa, a modern 5-star seafront hotel or a converted palazzo and, if you can afford it, get a room with those incredible views over the Bay of Naples and smouldering Vesuvius. Here are our picks of the best hotels in Naples.
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