Naples

Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Those who know where to look can tell you that Naples is full of affordable hotels. It is possible to find a beachfront inn rated at three stars for just $48 per night during the non-peak season.

Planning a Budget Trip to Naples

To get started planning your trip, you'll want to start by booking the cheapest flights to Naples. Even if you aren't sure of your travel dates yet, Skyscanner's unique cheapest month search will be helpful. When you search using this tool, you will easily find all available airfare for up to a year in advance. This allows you to identify the least expensive month for travel to Naples, Italy.

Then, once you have booked your airfare, we'll help you learn more about your destination. Here, we have answered some of the most commonly asked questions and included tips to find the lowest prices on Naples hotels, and made it easy to compare the best rental car deals.

Are there low-priced hotels and resorts in Naples?

Yes. We used Skyscanner's mobile app. It was easy to find hotels and resorts in Naples that were priced for every budget. Did you know that you don't have to sacrifice luxury, to stay under budget? We found several 5-star hotels available for just $76 per night when we checked using the hotel search for Naples! Skyscanner's easy and intuitive hotel search allows you to view all available accommodations, read real reviews, find answers to frequently asked questions, and make your reservations --from the same page!

Where are Naples hotels located?

In Naples, you'll find hotels located near the city center and along the coast. Once you have selected your search criteria, you can view a Google map showing each property in its precise location.

What are my transportation options in Naples?

The public transport system in Naples, for the first-time visitor can be difficult to make sense of. First, there is a wide array of options available to get you around the city. There are buses, trams, and the Metro a funicular railway. All of these public transportation options are operated by separate companies and have rates that vary widely. There are also taxis, ride-sharing services, and hotel shuttles. But, if your dream is tooling around the city in an Italian sports car, you will want to check out Skyscanner's awesome deals on Naples rental cars.

How much do hotels in Naples cost?

In Italy's Campania region including Naples the hotels range from $45 per night for an economy room to over $250 per night for a luxury suite. No matter what your budget is, you can be sure you are getting the best deal possible with Skyscanner. The site searches thousands of advertised prices on the internet. When we searched for the cheapest hotel deals in Naples we were able to book the cheapest hotels in May when you a 5-star hotel was available for under $115 per night, a 4-star hotel averaged $70, and economy hotels and boarding rooms were available for as little as $40.

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Naples?

Yes! If you want to skip the large chains and opt for a quaint or modern boutique hotel, B&B, condo, or apartment in Naples, Skyscanner will help you find those too. Two of the most popular boutique hotels on our site in Naples are:

Touring Naples on a Budget

Naples is a jumping off point to visit surrounding areas. There are plenty of nearby destinations to keep you busy for a week or longer. Use the regional, Circumvesuviana train, to get you to the Roman ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum for just $7 round trip. Take the train to Sorrento, the home of delicious Limoncello and expect to pay only $9 for the trip. In Naples, you will find that most buildings are free to enter. For example, the Castel dell'Ovo which offers the best views of the city is free to wander about and explore. Food in Naples is very inexpensive as well. Genuine Margherita Pizza a native of Naples with its fresh basil, tomatoes, and mozzarella costs around $6 for an entire pie.

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What are travelers saying about Naples?

9.8
Foodies
9.6
History Buffs
7.3
Art & Design Lovers
6.4
Adventure Travelers
6.2
Backpackers
Member reviews (213)
Monika Bilbija
Monika Bilbija
3/16/19

Napoli is nice city,but for people that come from clean countries they can see and find Napoli as very unclean city,but its like napolitans tradition.People are very nice and polite.At night maybe its not so safe to walk around.Definitely people should try pizza napolitana which is the best one.

L R
L R
1/22/19

We all know that Naples the pizza heaven BUT there’s more to Naples than the classic Pizza Margherita. There are loads of street food to try. I cant even remember their names but they were amazing! The view of the whole city of naples from is just beautiful. I will definetly come back. Just be careful with your valuables.:)

Majean Griffith
Majean GriffithLondon, UK
9/23/18

Naples is the major transport to get to the Amalfi coast. You can hire a car and drive, although the zigzag roads to the coast can leave you feeling dizzy. You could hire a taxi to take you straight from the airport. Depending on traffic, the journey can take up to 2 hours.

Yvonne Brett
Yvonne BrettSan Diego, California
4/26/18

It is interesting reading the reviews that others have written. I guess this city needs to grow on you. I found it to be dirty, crowded and filled with crazy drivers. I admit that the food was pretty great, but getting ripped off by a B&B and then fending off a pickpocket put a bit of a damper on our excursion.

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of $74 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Naples is May, with an average price of $121 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $98 per night. This is 1% more than the average nightly price of $97 seen over the previous 12 months.

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