Mount Vesuvius, a famous still-active volcano, is one of the main points of interest in Naples, together the ruins of ancient Pompeii. A fascinating experience for history and classical-culture enthusiasts.
The commercial district Via Toledo, next to the Spanish Quarter, is a shopper’s paradise, while in the historic centre monuments and museums of great interest, such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Gésu Nuovo and Pio Monte de la Misericordia churches can be found.
For dining, the colourful Strada Spaccanapoli is the favourite choice for tourists. This is the birthplace of pizzas and spaghetti, two of the most international typical Italian dishes.
Located on the seafront next to the iconic Castel dell'Ovo, Eurostars Hotel Excelsior is the first building to welcome visitors to Naples who arrive by sea. With spectacular panoramic views of the Vesuvius, the Gulf of Naples and the paradise islands of Ischia and Capri, the Excelsior enjoys an enviable, unrivalled and privileged position.
Elegance. Luxury. Nobility. Refined atmosphere. And a classicism which exudes from all corners of the hotel: Murano crystal lamps, Carrara marbles, fabrics and silk coverings, etc. This is why for many decades the Excelsior is a favourite spot for artists, actors, intellectuals and other celebrities visiting the city. It is common knowledge in Naples - and we don't deny it - that the Eurostars Hotel Excelsior has the best meeting rooms in the city: rooms of sheer luxury with views of the Vesuvius and the Gulf with large stylish windows and luxurious refined décor.
The Eurostars Excelsior Hotel is home to 100 luxury rooms and 22 suites of various categories, all of them boasting the interior design and the services of a classic hotel in this category: this experience is much more than just an overnight stay.
The hotel also has the excellent Ristorante La Terrazza, located in the roof garden on the last floor of the hotel, offering high quality Mediterranean cuisine and stunning views of the Bay of Naples.