See why so many travellers make Grand Hotel Oriente their hotel of choice when visiting Naples. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Palazzo Reale (0.4 mi) and Via Caracciolo e Lungomare di Napoli (1.9 mi), guests of Grand Hotel Oriente can easily experience some of Naples' most well known attractions.
Grand Hotel Oriente offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a concierge, room service, and a rooftop terrace, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features breakfast.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bag Bagel & Baguette, Restaurant Le Dogon Chez Affou & Savane, and Pasticceria Lauri, which are some French restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as Museo Cappella Sansevero, Chiesa dei Santi Filippo e Giacomo - Complesso Museale dell'Arte della Seta, and Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte.
At Grand Hotel Oriente, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Naples.
I will start right off saying I recommend this hotel. We stayed here for a week (7 nights), so we got a pretty good feel for the hotel. We were part of a group, so I do not know what we paid. We staid in room 804 and were very happy. When we first checked in they offered us a room with a small balcony that faced the street. IMO this street had little appeal and we ran the risk of street noise. Instead we chose a room with no terrace and no view (facing an inner courtyard) and we were very happy. We were even able to sleep with our window open and no noise in the middle of Naples! Oriente is in a good location (IMO) right off of Via Toledo on the edge of the Spanish Quarter and the old historic district. Also - just steps away from the Toledo Met stop. As anyone who knows Naples, this area is colorful and intense (in a good way) while the hotel is contemporary, clean and comfortable. So kudos for location and comfort The hotel is 9 stories, with the 9th being the restaurant and lounge. The restaurant is also where breakfast is served. The top floor is one of the attractions of this hotel. It is partially open air, so you can lounge here, have drinks from the bar (expensive), dine here and of course breakfast. And the views! Wonderful in all directions. We did not eat in the restaurant aside from breakfast, so I cannot comment on that. However we did breakfast daily. The service at breakfast was very attentive. However, like most hotels during Covid, the buffet was less than totally efficient.There is a person helping you with about half the items, while you helped yourself to the others. Having stayed in many hotels over the years in Italy, I would say the breakfast offerings were mediocre at best. Fresh fruit was minimum. Eggs were the exact same every day (not very well prepared scrambled eggs) and the accompanying grilled meats the same. I did not eat them but they looked like under cooked bacon and hot dogs cut up ( I am sure they were sausages). There was a good selection of quality bread, and a decent selection of packaged cereals, cheese, cold meats and fruit juice. There was also a good selection of freshly bakes sweet goods. Coffee and tea was plentiful and offered table side by service staff who were all friendly and efficient. The room - First hotel I have stayed in in a long time that was carpeted. The comfort of carpeting was appreciated. The room was not particularly large, but it was comfortable. There was good lighting, a desk and desk chair and a sitting chair. The closet was large (although I will tell you the closet in the first room was about half the size. I also so appreciate having the option of different kinds of pillows. We all know that beds in Italy are harder than the USA, which is fine with me, but I do like a soft pillow. They were able to provide me a feather down pillow! Linen was fresh and crisp. Towels were good quality and changed daily on request. Shower was good. We had trouble getting the A/C to work well. Temperature range is controlled at Reception (not untypical) and even with our comments we could not seem to get good flow and temperature. Luckily for us in mid October the weather was nice, not too hot not too cold so we preferred to leave the window open. All in all our stay here was very good and I would not hesitate recommending this hotel to all.…
This hotel is located in a safe convenient area of Napoli. It’s one block from a pedestrian shopping area and several restaurants. The hotel is clean and modern. The staff is helpful and honest. (I left $204 in my room after I checked out and it was sent to me when I returned home to the US.) I would definitely stay there again.
Unfortunately the scrambled eggs and often also the coffee where on the colder side. Otherwise no complains. The hotel is situated in the city centre and near the Toledo Street with lots of shops and restaurants. Easy access to the underground and Funicolare Centrale and di Montesanto.
We are a couple from Ohio, USA. We landed in Rome in the morning as many flights do after leaving Ohio at noon the previous day and traveling through Boston. We were surprised and grateful that our room was ready shortly after we arrived at noon. We were able to unpack, get a short nap and clean up before beginning our tour of Naples. We were also given a free room upgrade which gave us some more room. The hotel was very reasonable compared to others in the Historical Center, and it was very modern and clean. The free Wi-Fi was very fast and felt almost like our bandwidth at home (200 mbps). There was a very comfortable roof top restaurant for evening meals, which we did once. Our included breakfast was served everyday on the rooftop, buffet style. Plenty of choices for everyone. The bar there is open most of the day and all evening, I believe from 13:00 to 01:00. Our waitress was charming and efficient, she spoke very good English and helped us with our very poor Italian! Close to the Metro station at via Toledo, and several convenient type stores, many pizzerias, and other small family type restaurants that had plenty of outside seating as well as indoors if you wished. A very good value, and even better by the staff and proximity to via Toledo Metro station. Metro can be taken to Garibaldi Station for the Circumvesuviana trains to Pompei or Sorrento, or a short walk to Napol Centrale station for the Trenitalia trains to Rome. Naples National Archaeological Museum with artifacts from Pompeii and a wonderful temporary collection of gladiator artifacts was 18-20 minute walk away.…
The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, the breakfast was excellent and the location perfect for getting around the city and outlying areas. The room, although fairly small, was comfortable for 2 people, the beds were comfortable and the linen and towels changed regularly. All in all a great place to stay