Suites & Residence Hotel Naples 4 star hotel

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Pozzuoli, Naples - Best Western Suites & Residence Hotel Naples

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The 4-star Best Western Suites & Residence Hotel in Naples is located in the volcanic "Phlegraean Fields" area, where you can admire over 20 volcanic craters which put on a show of their gaseous and hydrothermal behaviour.


Thanks to strategic position of the hotel, you can easily reach many tourist attractions that characterise Naples, the city of a thousand faces, full of history, culture, beautiful sights and breathtaking scenery, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Why visit Pozzuoli?

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The Phlegraean Fields area: unmissable attractions to be visited north-west of Naples, featuring several points of historical and territorial interest.


Relax in Pozzuoli: the Terme (Baths)

Thanks to the volcanic nature of the Phlegraean area, the Terme and Spa feature many thermal water springs where you can spend extremely relaxing moments, enjoying the beneficial effects of natural healing.


History in Pozzuoli: the ancient Roman ruins

For a long time, Pozzuoli was one of the main ports of ancient Rome to the East. Many buildings and constructions testify to the glorious and thriving activity of the city's port, as well as the old market (Macellum) called "Tempio di Serapide" (Temple of Serapis), the large thermal buildings, the ancient monumental necropolis and the Flavian Amphitheatre, the third largest in Italy.


Nature in Pozzuoli: the volcanic area and nature reserve

On the banks of Lucrine Lake is the most recent volcano in Europe, the Monte Nuovo, surrounded by a natural oasis protected by the WWF due to the variety of flora and fauna of rare beauty. Behind the Monte Nuovo volcano there is Lake Averno, also of volcanic origin, a beautiful spa area considered by the ancients to be the entrance to the Underworld, on which there are the ruins of large Roman baths called Tempio di Apollo (Temple of Apollo).