Equipped with quality infrastructures, Naples is connected to Rome by train in 1h15 and its harbour is the departure point of many ferries.
Corporate operated chain supply as of 01/01/2018 (rooms)
Occupancy rate in 2017
Average daily rate VAT incl. in 2017 (€)
RevPAR VAT incl. in 2017 (€)
The city's economic activity is mainly based on tourism and the mechanical, energy, automotive, textile and agri-food industries.
In addition to its advantageous geographical situation, the city benefits from a very important historical, cultural, volcanic and archaeological heritage that is the source of its tourist appeal.
The development of Mediterranean cruises also provides structural support for the development of its seasonal tourist activity. Naples is the 3rd cruise port in the country and has welcomed more than one million cruise passengers per year (1.3 million in 2016 or +2.9% compared to 2015).
The hotel market in Naples is therefore characterised by structural growth in demand, stimulated by international tourists, and a weak hotel chain supply.
The Neapolitan chain hotel network remains small, with 2,376 chain rooms