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Hotel Garden Napoli
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Reviewed 5 May 2011

Stayed at the Garden Hotel in Naples for two night. It is a very basic, no frills hotel. Nevertheless the room was quite spacious and perfectly adequate given the price. The big plus for the hotel is that it is very close to the main train station which makes for an easy base for trips to Pompeii or elsewhere. The big downside of this location is that this area is quite dodgy and particularly at night felt quite uncomfortable walking around.

On the other hand, the hotel is not too far from the most famous pizzeria in Naples - Da Michele Pizzeria.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank LilSco24
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Reviewed 10 January 2011

This hotel is barebones, but the location is good and the staff we encountered were courteous and friendly. It's close to the station. There is a great bakery and shopping nearby. The rooms are nothing to rave about, but they are spacious for the price. The included brekfast was very nice, too. I would definitely stay here again. If you are just looking for a room to sleep in, this hotel fits the bill.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank iwishiwasinitaly
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Reviewed 28 October 2010

If I ever went back to Naples, I would use this hotel again. Thing is, I'll never go back to Naples. I was only there for 1 day and spent the whole time looking over my shoulder waiting for the mugging. It is a dangerous city and you have to be on the lookout at all times. The hotel was nice and clean. Nice balcony with a view of the volcano. Friendly reception. So I'd say the hotel was good value for money but if you have a choice of going to Naples or somewhere else, I'd take the somewhere else!

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled solo
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2  Thank redesp
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Reviewed 13 May 2010

Hotel Garden is very close to the main railway station in a part of town that is supposed to be a bit dodgy but it was an easy walk through to the historic centre that is vibrant and happening. There was secure parking nearby which the hotel provided discount to and that took all the hassle out of parking in the city. The room was comfortable and the reception downstairs had free WiFi for guests which was a bonus for us. The garden turned out to be a large terrace up near the breakfast room and is probably where you sit in the summer but in Spring the weather was unpredictable. This was a good base to stop for the night.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 May 2010

We booked the hotel in advance through its website, and soon realised that it was easy with our money - though the big hit came later.

The 5% deposit was processed via HOSTELBOOKERS.COM, and on top of that the hotel itself took EUR0.01 from our credit card. Problem is, our credit card company charges fee every time the card is used overseas, so that was a useless waste.

When time came to settle the bill, the receptionist, who was speaking OK Eglish earlier, out of sudden could not understand words "deposit", "paid already" and such (or read the printout of website booking form). He quoted somewhat lesser rate for the room, than in the original website quote, but counting the deposit we paid already we were few euros worse off . Hell with it, we thought, as we were in a hurry.

The most unpleasant realisation came a few days later, when we counted the money we had in the wallet left in the hotel's safe deposit box at the reception (there was no safe in the room) . We discovered we had less money that we should have ( we kept records), as there were one or two bills missing from the packs of ten bills of foreign currency. It was a significant hit.

The wakeup call we requested has never come, the WiFi Internet was only available in the hotel lobby which is dark and narrow passageway. Room was big, bright and airy, being on the 6th floor it was reasonably quiet, breakfast was OK by Italian standards.

The hotel is close to the train station, the area one has to pass through is quite depressing with hawkers, beggars, rubbish everywhere.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank kdvO9
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