Designed in the style of an old Tuscan villa, at Bellasera you’ll find courtyards and tinkling fountains, understated Italian architecture and Mediterranean cuisine.
Tucked away in the centre of Old Naples, the hotel has excellent access to the town’s bustling 5th Avenue where balmy evening strolls take you past quaint coffee shops and mouth-watering restaurants. Add in the seaside charm of its bay walks, stretching sands and water sports and Naples is an excellent getaway. Many come for its relaxed boating scene alone.
An AAA Four Diamond hotel, Bellasera’s 100 suites continue the hotel’s Tuscan theme with claw-foot furniture and plush bedding with interiors done up in deep golds and reds. The suites are more than comfortable even for long stays with daily housekeeping services and beautiful courtyard views. For those looking to self-cater, all feature full kitchens complete with kitchenware and a coffeemaker.
In an area known for its restaurants and bars, it’s difficult to stand out. But, with its open-air bar and outdoor terrace, Zizi Naples Kitchen certainly does. Mixing classic Italian with modern American grill favourites, menus feature dishes such as mozzarella fritters, mussels and Italian flatbreads. For breakfast, expect delights that range from cooked delicacies to granola and fresh fruit while the restaurant serves a range of light bites for lunch. Finish your evening with a house cocktail or the local craft offering, Naples Brew.
If Naples’ beaches aren’t enough, relax in the palm tree shade of Bellasera’s pool or book a treatment in the hotel’s spa where treatments are tailor-made for each guest. From hot bamboo and stones to deep tissue and neuromuscular, there’s a massage for every ache and pain, all complemented by a full range of skincare and facial treatments. Applying the finishing touches is the full gamut of pedicures and manicures.
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