The luxury locations include a research centre, a villa from the mid-nineteenth century and a lighthouse, which is said to be one of the most scenic and spectacular sites on the island.
The controversial plans are part of the city council’s programme to distribute refugees across Naples, a southern city in Italy, as the migrant crisis continues to grip the Mediterranean country.
While Mayor Franco Cerrotta has also placed in the lighthouse of Punta Carena owned by the Navy on the list of accommodation.
Mid-nineteenth century Villa Orlandi is also on the luxury list, managed by Federico II University and used for conferences and as a research centre.
With more than 28,500 migrants arriving since January 1, Italy has once again become the principal entry point for new arrivals into Europe, following a controversial EU-Turkey deal and the closure of the Balkan route up from Greece.
Many have had hopes of reaching richer northern European nations thwarted by a border crackdown, leading to overcrowding in Italian transit centres and camps.