A prestigious building dating back from the last century, now characterised by its contemporary style with an undulating facade entirely made of crystal, designed by famous Japanese architect Kenzo Tange & Associates.
Mirror to the Gulf of Naples, overlooking Mount Vesuvius and the island of Capri on the horizon. Thus, ROMEO Hotel unfolds, five-star modern luxury, eclectic design, architecture and art, passion, beauty and taste. To discover Naples and the beauty that surrounds it.
45 Via Cristoforo Colombo Naples 80133 Italy
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The hotel works for most people looking to quickly pass through. Not in a luxury area, but good for Naples. Very busy area around hotel, and you have to cab to most restaurants. (The Hotel restaurant was being remodeled during our stay.)
The hotel is beautiful. From the moment you walk in and see the lovely artistic waterfall to the ninth floor where meals are served in a gorgeous room. Our Most positive comment is to the niceness of the staff. Everyone we interacted with was wonderful..
What you see on their website and what you get when you are there are two entirely different things. You can do better staying elsewhere in Naples for sure and for a lot less money than this place. Where to begin!…the lobby bar and restaurant you see on their website is closed only open for special events….wish I knew that when we booked our trip because we thought that lobby bar would have been a cool place to have a drink with another friend who was also visiting Italy when we were. Their Michelin Star restaurant was also closed and won’t open until November if you believe their website?…that left us with one restaurant on the top floor serves luke warm coffee every morning despite sending it back only to be brought more luke warm coffee in return (see other reviews complaining about the same thing). The location where the hotel is is dodgy and there are MUCH safer and better situated locations you can find than this. The bed was comfortable but the toilet shares a weird space with the shower in a make shift cubicle layout with no privacy and confusing lighting controls, the USB ports didn’t work so you have to use the wall sockets with an adapter (if you are from the US) to charge your devices…room service served us a disgusting club sandwich we had to send back…the whole experience was a disaster!…and the worst part was the cost which was double the price of the Marriott our friend was at which had a much better location central to a shopping area, a better restaurant and pool.