Grand Hotel Vesuvio: celebrities and the seaside on the menu

Grand Hotel Vesuvio: celebrities and the seaside on the menu

The Grand Hotel Vesuvio, with its high ceilings, chandeliers, shining parquet, and endless parade of celebrities, is the symbol of Italian luxury.

Following in the footsteps of Oscar Wilde, stay at the Grand Hotel Vesuvio, the oldest of the Neapolitan hotels facing the sea. The establishment has long been a second home for celebrities, artists, novelists, and heads of state. Its timelessly elegant interiors are littered with antiques. High ceilings carry sparkling chandeliers, which bathe the clientele in a soft glow. The paintings decorating the walls of the hotel contribute to the ambience, which is both sumptuous and intimate at once. The 160 rooms offer 19th-century splendour with their oval desks, resplendent draperies, and old mirrors, all of which evoke the glory days of travel. As for the balconies, they offer superb views over the turquoise Mediterranean. Lounge in the magnificent spa, and then discover the crowning glory of the Grand Hotel Vesuvio: the Caruso, its famous restaurant on the roof. Enjoy the unbelievable view from one of the impeccably set tables and indulge in an exquisitely refined Italian meal.

Grand Hotel Vesuvio
Via Partenope, 45
80121 Napoli

+39 (0)81 764 0044

Rooms: from 200 EUR