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Reviewed 31 January 2017

This hotel was perfect for myself and my husband. It was in the centre of the town and very convenient for all our plans. It is easy to travel around this area, and the hotel was close to the railway / bus station and to the port.
We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis and this suited us well. The hotel would provide an evening meal on request, but because of its location, we could eat in a different restaurant every evening .
There was no swimming pool, but they did have a sun terrace where there were sun beds and a plunge pool and showers . The sister hotel was a short walk away and the swimming pool facilities could be used if required.
The room was very clean and perfectly adequate, with a lovely little balcony overlooking the garden. The minibar was well stocked and not expensive.
The garden courtyard was well kept and a lovely place to sit in the evening. There was an outdoor bar and tables to sit at for the evening meal ( booked in advance).
The staff were very friendly and helpful.

Date of stay: August 2016
Thank ErylAnn
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Reviewed 1 November 2016

This hotel is in a nice location for exploring amalfi coast an pompeii scavi. This is a nice location if you have a car, also they have a spacious parking. Staff was very friendly but they were a bit nosy. Bed was a bit hard, towels were beautiful but not flufy. Delicious breakfast, but it would be better to have a buffet where we would get only what we can eat, because there were leftovers. No lifts.

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Mariliava
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Reviewed 5 October 2016

Great location, close to entrance to Pompeii ruins with plenty of restaurants & bars to choose from. Room was clean and comfortable (especially the bed) - and inexpensive. Owner (Renato) was extremely pleasant and helpful, offering advice on different places to eat (budget through to expensive) and places to visit when we weren't going to the ruins - we went to Sorrento by train and he drove us to and from the station with no charge. Breakfast was completely adequate, consisting of croissant, cake, yoghurt, fruit juice, fresh fruit served on a tray, plus tea/coffee, bread and cereal if you wanted. Only downside was the air conditioning as mentioned in other reviews - it is on a central control and was off most of the time. Overall a good place to stay at a reasonable price - we would be happy to stay there again.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank LondonWeekenders
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Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

Booked this hotel last minute as we were fleeing from a terrible place claiming to be on the amalfi coast.
It claimed to have free parking + air conditioning. We arrived and the owner claimed not to have our booking and i waited at least 15 mins while he logged on to check. We then got our keys and were sent to our room. The wifi was limited and kept dropping in and out. The air con was apparently on a centralised system and shut itself off whenever the room reached a certain temperature which in itself seems ridiculous and budget. Also, this particular hotel required us to hand our keys into reception every time we left the hotel. #strange
We decided as were not at all enjoying ourselves to cut the stay short by a night and head up to rome early after seeing the Pompeii ruins. When we told the manager (picture an evil version of Bilbo Baggins) he turned quite cold and unpleasant. He said he woulf charge us for the final night even though we werent staying and when we went downstairs on the final morning he said "Leaving at 11?" to which we replied that as we were paying for the night we would leave whenever we felt like it to which he stammered okay and ran back behind his pathetic desk.
We returned from the ruins and he had actually locked the front main door of the hotel!!!!!!!!! And of course due to their outdated key handing in rules meant we had to wait outside.
This is a budget hotel that is obviously run by a man child. Dont bother. There are plenty of other hotels in Pompeii which im sure would be better.

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
4  Thank gangsterapmademedoit
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Reviewed 29 July 2016

Place is nicely located, close to all the attractions and good dining places. Staff is super friendly, place seems to be family-run so you see same people doing everything around, from reception to baking for next day's breakfast. It is not really fancy, but clean and very comfortable. Ask for advice regarding attractions, we used their tips with great success (dining places, how to get to the crater on city bus, how to get to great ice cream :-). Large private parking lot at the back, gated off at night. No elevator, if that's important to you. Make sure to let them know if you want air conditioning to stay on all night (a little quirk). We loved it there and if we go to Pompeii again it will be our place to stay again.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank teddy2016882
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