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Set on a marvelous hillside in the chic Vomero neighborhood is Naples' Hotel Cimarosa. This elegant establishment is fully immersed in one of the city's most fascinating districts. Renowned among Naples' hotels for the high quality of its services and original, uniquely designed furnishings, the hotel, at just a short walk from the city's most famous sights, is the perfect starting point for an amazing stay. Every corner of Naples tells the story of Italy's history; museums, squares, and churches are all around you. The Mediterranean climate and the splendor of the unique coastline will accompany you on various itineraries to Capri, Ischia, and along the nearby Amalfi Coast.
the location is perfect, close to shops, transportation and so on.
the rooms are nice and clean, and bathrooms even so.
we stayed there for 3 night, and every single nights guest were sitting where breakfast is served, yelling, talking loud and eating their homebrought...More
We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights during our visit to Naples and Pompeii. The hotel staff were very courteous, friendly and helpful. The breakfast provided is simple but enough to start the day. The location is excellent with metro and funicular just within...More
We stayed one night at this property. Tucked away on the 5th floor of an old building we were pleasantly surprised at the spacious and modern rooms. No complaints at all. The dining area is not large but well set up for breakfast before hitting...More
hotel occupies 2 last floors of the building with apartments. so it's very clean and safe inside the hallway.
3 funicular stations near
metro station 2 minutes away from the hotel
quite and clean district
castel sant'elmo near
friendly and helpful staff
Its been awhile visiting Napoli , where I was born. My Mom and I stayed at Cimarosa in 2009, The name was Pensione Margharita before it was changed. In 2009 it was Cimarosa and they were doing renovations. We called them directly from the states...More