Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Naples does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Grand Hotel Capodimonte, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Grand Hotel Capodimonte offer air conditioning and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge and room service. Guests of Grand Hotel Capodimonte are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site.
Close to some of Naples' most popular landmarks, such as Spaccanapoli (1.3 mi) and Castel Sant'Elmo (1.5 mi), Grand Hotel Capodimonte is a great destination for tourists.
While in Naples, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Grand Hotel Capodimonte, including Pizzeria Starita a Materdei (0.7 mi), A Figlia Do Marenaro (0.9 mi), and Di Matteo (1.1 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Underground Naples (1.1 mi), Museo Cappella Sansevero (1.2 mi), and Via San Gregorio Armeno (1.2 mi), which are some popular Naples attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Grand Hotel Capodimonte puts the best of Naples at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
4-star, it said, and Covid conditions didn't help but, as already mentioned, the front entrance location tells you a lot. Used to be a back door when the hotel truly was 4-star and grand, with what used to be the main entrance round the corner. But this is now and NO, that entrance - inches from the kerb of a VERY busy road - is NOT satisfactory at all. Reception and staff all fine and dandy. Room was . . . er, adequate but not what I call 4-star. Naples traffic noise and sirens quickly become tiresome. Buffet breakfast was borderline adequate but fabulous coffee. Television okay if you speak fluent Italian. Not the first person to feel bad about leaving a 2-star review.
On arrival we were greeted by a lovely guy who booked us in with no fuss and quickly as was quite late, unfortunately bar was closed and nowhere to eat Hotel is on a main road which is quite dangerous with no pavement at all outside door, you literally step onto the road, the hotel is clean (we were there 3 nights and bed changed and clean towels daily) staff are very nice and go beyond there duties to help, the only downfall is no evening restaurant limited bar, and nowhere near to eat or purchase anything
I loved the hotel! The location is great and you can easily access Centro Storico - walking distance (2.5km) or you can take a bus since the stop is just next to the hotel. Rooms are comfy and big and have these unique atmosphere of old time ( like the whole building). Staff is fantastic. Especially Maira who was very helpful and super nice. Breakfast was good too, but without vegetables. I understand though this is the Italian style to eat a lot of dolce in the morning (btw cakes and cookies were very tasty).
I feel bad at leaving a 2 star review but this hotel definitely doesn't live up to its promised 4 stars. I should start by thanking the staff who work hard and are most pleasant, welcoming and helpful. Other positives included a good breakfast, lovely big towels and a great location close to many attractions. However.... the hotel itself is badly dated. Maintenance has been shoddy and our room was very noisy from traffic and sirens through the night on the road outside (which I will get to in a minute...). I can live with all of the above but the very close proximity of the front door to the road is genuinely dangerous and is a good part of the 2 star rating. The front door steps immediately onto a very busy main road. This is made more dangerous by plant pots that mean you need to step onto the road to get into the pavement. Please, please remove these pots before someone ends up injured or killed on this busy road. Perhaps replace with hanging baskets.... …
In typical Italian style the Italians over exaggerate their star ratings! This is no more than a 2 star. The tiniest 12inch tv is so high up the wall your neck hurts to look at the postage stamp picture. The last time these rooms were repainted was in 1980. The breakfasts are sublime so this saves the hotel. The triple room is huge, shabby and not enough desk space, chairs or wardrobe space either. Aircon works well. Busses run for €1.50 single per person to Dante Square from there you can travel by Metro or regional train. If you arrive in Dante from the airport shuttle you can easily catch a bus up the long hill to outside the hotel or call the hotel & they will send a taxi at a fixed price of €14:60 up the hill to the hotel. You can’t walk from Dante as it is all up hill & 2km. They need to redecorate badly and buy 32 inch flat screen tv for the rooms urgently.…