By ROBERT GOFF – Published in the New York Times, February 14, 2010:
Naples isn’t known for its luxury hotels. When it comes to high-end travel, the city is generally seen as more of a gritty gateway to the glamorous Amalfi Coast. The modern and luxurious Hotel Romeo, however, might give travelers reason to stay a little longer. Opened in December 2008, the hotel was built in more prosperous times, and you can almost hear the ghosts of Russian plutocrats in the halls. But the luxury is understated enough to adjust to these leaner days, and modern amenities like a terrific spa make it a great perch from which to explore this neglected Italian city.
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