Just a 10-minute drive from the airport, Cusco is situated 3,399m (11,152ft) above sea level, in what was once the capital of the Inca Empire.
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"Great location for a short stay"
Very happy with our three night stay at the Palazzo Turchini. It is extremely well located within walking reach of many of the main attractions of Naples. Hotel was very clean and the room was comfortable even if small. Consider upgrading if you need a bit more space. We faced the street but didn't find it too noisy as long as the window stayed closed and the A/C on. Receptionists all spoke very adequate English to provide help to non Italian speakers. Breakfast on 6th floor offered good selection although hot food was not always hot.
"Comfortable and convenient hotel in Naples"
We stayed 2 nights on the way to Capri in order to visit the sights of Naples. We had heard so many negative things about Naples with regard to safety and theft that we wished to verify this. Actually, such "warnings" are quite obsolete as felt nothing of the kind related to a city to be afraid of. Neapolitans were very friendly and the city itself was quite beautiful and impressive from the historic and cultural point of view. It is true that Naples needs a face-lift and we could see that in process, so hopefully each time we return it will only improve. Meanwhile, Palazzo Turchini fit our expectations of a small hotel with friendly staff. The room we had included and charming terrace but without overlooking the city. Breakfast which was quite generous and good was on the top floor having a great view of the surrounding area of the city. The hotel is walking distance to the boat docks as well as shopping and dining areas of the city center. From the train station, it was a 10 minute ride by taxi and even the Metro which has a station next to the hotel which can be taken from the station. Three cheers for Naples and hopefully more tourists will discover its charms along with being a nice way to get to Capri.
"Ideal Location, reasonably priced"
First off to dispel some myths about Naples, it is not a dirty dangerous city where the next mugger is just around the corner, my wife and I walked around a large portion of it at various times of day with no trouble, it is a modern busy city, Rome,Venice, Florence it is not! The hotel Palazzo Turchini is ideally located a few streets back from the port and within easy walking distance of most of Naples highlights, the room we had was at the front of the hotel overlooking the very busy street but the sound insulation was superb and my sleep wasn't disturbed. The cleanliness was first class, (the room was cleaned daily), breakfast was plentiful and the staff were extremely helpful, the only slight complaint I have and the reason I didn't give 5 stars is there is no Tea/Coffee making facilities in the room which was a bit irritating.( The hotel reception will make you a coffee if you ask them) There is a lift to all 6 floors and the general upkeep of the hotel seemed ok.
"4 Day Break in Naples"
my wife and I stayed at this Hotel for 4 nights. The location is superb, 5 minutes walk from Port and Promenade and very safe and comfortable. The Hotel itself covers all major needs, clean, daily room clean, nice towels, power shower, mini bar and comfortable bed. we would definitely use the Hotel again. The Receptionist staff and waiter at breakfast were all first class and added to our trip. This hotel is perfect next to Metro station and ideal Base for daily trips to Pompeii, Amalfi coast and of course Pisotani.
"Clean, comfortable, convenient."
My wife and I enjoyed a very pleasant week’s stay in Palazzo Turchini - which at under €100 a night for this level of style, amenity and convenience; has to be seen as a bit of a bargain. The public rooms were always scrupulously clean and the staff efficient and polite. There is a downstairs lounge area, with a small bar, which we did not use. Our room, (406), was reached by stairs or a very efficient, (if small), elevator. The room itself was of adequate size, with the added bonus of a semi-private, small seating-area, in the hotel atrium space. This area could also be reached from the corridor but room 406 was the only room to have “personal” access. The bed was extremely comfortable and there was adequate wardrobe and drawer space. It had the usual mini-bar, (not used), and a rather archaic safe in the wardrobe, locked with a key. Not perfect as you had to carry, (or hide), the key – but better than nothing. The bathroom was perfect. My wife was very happy with the bright lighting, the shower was excellent and all the other facilities were ultra-modern. The towels were also completely brilliant and not the “thick-sheet” variety we have come across in lesser Italian hotels. Nothing to complain about then' Well a couple of what could be described as “niggles”. The free wi-fi, (bonus), was fast and efficient for most of the time. However during some periods, (notably around 0730 until 0900-ish), it slowed to an unusable crawl. I was constantly getting booted out of web-sites, suffered “lost” connections and very slow data-speeds, (should I actually get connected). By the way, this was not down to any of our devices, it happened with all. I suspect “contention issues”. Saying that, surfing the web very early, during the day, or late at night was very good. Speaking of electronic devices, the lights and power-sockets were dependent on your key being inserted into an orifice. I know it’s a minor niggle but you could only charge “stuff” when you were in the room. Last but not least – breakfast. This was served in a very pleasant and light-filled, sixth floor area. Which when the weather allows, has a pleasant outdoor balcony. If you breakfast like an Italian, (or any other continental European), then you will have no complaints. If you like a facsimile of an American/British hot breakfast, then you could have some problems. I will say no more. I am merely passing this info on, as my wife enjoyed the fresh fruit, plus cheese, salami and crusty bread, while I had the same, plus some delicious pastries and croissants. The coffee, (espresso), and cappuccino were excellent – fruit juices adequate. In conclusion, were I to visit Naples again, I would definitely stay at the Palazzo Turchini. It’s competitive price, amenities and convenient location, (next to the new Municipio Metro station), make it an attractive proposition.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM