A late 19th-century gem poised on a hill overlooking the city and the Bay of Naples, Grand Hotel Parker’s provides one of the best restaurants in the city, an inviting cocktail bar and a Champagne bar.
Sumptuously decorated public rooms adorned with chandeliers, original antiques and paintings. Bronze and marble sculptures contrast with an ambience more homely than palatial. Choose to stay in a split-level suite for a dramatic bay view. Visit the library at Grand Hotel Parker’s, complete with 700 books dating back to the end of the 19th-century and the start of the 20th century.
Spend a day wine tasting with a gourmet lunch at the hotel owners’ Villa Matilde vineyard in the heart of Campania region. Then return to Grand Hotel Parker’s and enjoy your favourite wine with exquisite traditional Neapolitan cuisine at George’s for dinner.
In every corner you’ll find elegance, tradition and charm of an antique Neapolitan residence, as well as an excellent service and a breathtaking views. This is the Grand Hotel Parker’s – ideal choice for tourists or business travelers.
Eighty-two rooms and suites with the same furnishings and charming vintage finishes.
Each floor though has a different style: Charles X, Louis XIV, Empire. Precious curtains made of exclusive fabrics, the warmth of wood, the splendor of crystal chandeliers and appliqués, the sophistication of all accessories, precious Italian marble in every bathroom.
Together with the most careful and functional comfort facilities, including air conditioning, free wifi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and room service 24 hours a day.
A drink, a business lunch or a dinner by candlelight are full of atmosphere at the Grand Hotel Parker’s.
George’s Restaurant and Bidder’s Bar are on the hotel’s roof garden. Breathtaking view of the bay, elegant furnitures and accessories, excellent preparations.
The Baciòt cuisine, Neapolitan roots and international flavor. A cocktail while admiring the island coasts of Capri. The Cigar Corner for absolute relaxing moments, between the paintings, works of art, woodcrafts and precious finishes that characterize a unique hospitality intended to remain one of the most pleasant memories of your stay in Naples.
WELLNESS & SPA
Lite Life is a wellness center located in the heart of Naples, inside the beautiful Grand Hotel Parker’s one of the oldest hotels in the city where everything, even the smallest detail , love the taste and elegance: ideal prerequisite for a dream vacation.
It is a large and comfortable area entirely devoted to the gradual recovery of physical shape and mental and spiritual health, where you can relax in the most natural way.
A visit to the spa will leave out the noise, stress, and rhythm of everyday through beauty, harmony and gentle sensory experiences.
The part devoted to the spa path includes a hydrotherapeutic Jacuzzi pool with different speeds, a large Turkish bath with a dispenser for perfumed oils and a color changing starry sky which creates a soothing color therapy, a Finnish sauna and an emotional shower.
The herbal tea coin offers a fine selection of draining and purifying teas, fresh fruit and desserts.
The air-conditioned gym is furnished with the latest Technogym equipment and a personal trainer provides not only a high level of physical training, but also personalised advices about sport performances and proper nutrition.
Italy’s third-largest city is one of its oldest, most artistic and most appetising. Naples’ centro storico (historic centre) is a Unesco World Heritage Site, its archaeological treasures are among the world’s most important, and its swag of vainglorious palaces, castles and churches make Rome look positively provincial.
Then there’s the food. Blessed with rich volcanic soils, a bountiful sea, and centuries of culinary know-how, the Naples region is one of Italy’s epicurean heavyweights, serving up the country’s best pizza, pasta and coffee, and many of its most celebrated seafood dishes, street snacks and sweet treats.
Certainly, Naples’ urban sprawl can feel anarchic, tattered and unloved. But look beyond the grime, graffiti and occasional gruffness and you’ll uncover a city of breathtaking frescoes, sculptures and panoramas, of unexpected elegance, of spontaneous conversations and profound humanity. Welcome to Italy’s most unlikely masterpiece.