Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Torre Del Greco, Hotel Marad is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Marad makes it easy to enjoy the best of Torre Del Greco.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Marad offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, Hotel Marad offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Parrocchia S. Maria del Popolo (0.7 mi) and Santa Maria del Carmine (0.8 mi), guests of Hotel Marad can easily experience some of Torre Del Greco's most well known attractions.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including La Voce del Mare, Taverna 'e Mare, and MM Lounge Restaurant, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Marad.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular government buildings such as Palazzo Baronale.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Marad is sure to make your visit to Torre Del Greco one worth remembering.
We stayed at the hotels Main section not Annex with family The hotel service, food ,cleanliness, waiters reception was of high standards Rooms were very comfortable and clean and stylish All amenities were of high standards The reception went out of there way to make sure all transfers for travelling too and from the hotel were available at all times It is near to the train station where you can travel to other cities such Capri Sorrento Naples Pompei and the service is reasonably priced The food from breakfast dinner and evening at the hotel was truly amazing the staff that waitered on my family were always very helpful very smart at all times and exceptionally pleasant The cooks should have rewards for the remarkable food they served through out the day amazing I would highly recommend anyone who would like stay in this hotel to do so it’s well worth the stay I will definitely be staying st The Hotel Marad again Thank you Hotel Marad I Thank all the staff too Your Hotel should be 5 stars You deserve it Well done all Louise Kipling…
Having spent 5 days on the beautiful island of Ischia, the drive through Torre del Greco to end up in front of what looks like a modernised 1960s/70s concrete block brought us down to earth with a bump! My husband’s initial response was whether we should look for somewhere else to stay... We stayed and indeed stopped for the 5 nights we’d booked...and we didn’t look elsewhere. It was fine...it served it’s purpose. It was somewhere to stay while we visited the area, but it wasn’t a destination in and of itself! Location: the whole reason behind choosing this hotel was to use it as a jumping off point to visit Pompeii, Herculaneum, Amalfi coast, Vesuvius, Naples. It has a car park, it’s v close to a Circumvesuviana station and not that far to drive to the airport. So perfect location from that perspective. Torre del Greco is not the prettiest of places, and some of the side roads are a bit gritty (we got lost in the one way system down some very old narrow roads), but the hotel is on the edge of the national park and the area is not so densely built up. Rooms: we had a triple room on the car park side on the 2nd floor. It was a decent size, modern with comfortable bed, clean and really powerful shower (even if the cubicle is a bit tight). So all the basics were ticked. Nice big safe. The view wasn’t what I expected...directly opposite was the annex building to the hotel on the other side of the car park. The sea view was partial and off to one side, with Vesuvius off to the other. Rooms on the 3rd floor would have a better view (though still sidewards). Restaurant: After reading other TA reviews, breakfast was a real disappointment. They had some big groups of tourists in and it felt like a school canteen. The coffee machine made disgusting coffee and the hot water for tea it provided was tainted with coffee! (Better to ask one of the waiters to bring a tea pot of hot water or a fresh cappuccino, which they were always willing to do). Lots of things in packets, tinned fruit salad, juice from concentrate in plastic cups, sloppy cold scrambled eggs. But there were some good things (the cakes were nice and there was some fresh fruit) so you needed to pick carefully and get your timings right (arrive after a big group and everything was gone!) The food at dinner was much tastier if not exceptional, but the service was at times exceedingly slow (the big groups took up a lot of capacity and annoyingly Italian guests always seemed to get served first, even when they ordered 30-45 minutes after us!). Sky terrace: the real selling point. It has great views of the bay of Naples, Capri and Vesuvius. The bar didn’t open til 7pm, but that didn’t matter, it was a great place to chill out. Pool: small and squeezed down the side of the hotel (between the kitchen and dining room) and only got the sun in the afternoon. But fine if you wanted a quick swim after a hot day in Pompeii. Staff: Some were so lovely and helpful and really made a difference to our stay, but others really did not seem to enjoy their jobs and treated guests as an inconvenience! Eco points: Too much plastic! The rooms only has plastic cups (individually wrapped in plastic bags) and plastic cups for breakfast. The bathroom had soap in plastic and little plastic bottles of toiletries. The towels were replaced every day even if we placed them out to dry on the balcony on the clothes dryer provided. So overall, average.…
We stayed in the Annex Building and it was horrible. The bathroom was dirty and mildewy. The outlook of the window to rubbish of the hotel. Never ever 4 stars. This is just rude. Breakfast was good and 4star like. Pool also ok. The pool towel was mor a tablecloth. It was the first time in italy I had to use my germicide before using the bathroom. And this must not happen in a 4 star hotel!!!
We stayed here instead of staying in the more crowded and expensive Amalfi coastal areas. We love to walk and did not mind the 30 minute walk into town, the port, and national train station. The hotel does have a shuttle for free for their guests. The hotel is a 8 stops from Pompei on the local train and 3 stops if you take the national train. The room is a nice size, each room has a balcony which is nice. The third floor has a beautiful deck area that is great for relaxing. There is a pool and pool sitting area. The staff is wonderful and helpful. The breakfast has hot and cold items and a large selection. The machines they use for coffee do not deliver it hot enough for my taste. Because the surfaces are hard and the noise echoes and bounces, I would suggest asking for a room on the third floor. Maybe 307, 308, or 309. These rooms have views and less noise as no one is above you. Because the streets are littered does not mean this is an unsafe area. It is very safe and the local people are wonderful. The city just does not have good trash pickup. It will happen, it takes time. The hotel area is impeccably clean. Walk down the street and sample the gelato at the cafe or buy fruit at the small market. We had a wonderful time.…
A quiet, serene hotel on the outskirts of Vesuvius national park. Amazing views of Mt Vesuvius & Sorrento Bay from a pleasantly lit balcony. Incredibly clean, modern build & outstanding service. Reception very helpful, sorted our daily transport, including free lifts to the station. Very comfy beds, clean linen & plenty pillows. However the restaurant was our favourite, wine was exquisite, locally sourced from Vesuvius vineyard. Excellent food, highly recommend the beef or seafood. We were most pleased with our service from Gasteux. Very pleasant gentleman with great service & knowledge on the wine & food. Matteo & Felix