Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London
Wonderful Find - hugely reccommendedPosted Aug 4, 2014
Pros: Views - friendly attitude - home cooking - great pool
Cons: Beds were not the most comfortable we've ever slept in (but fine)
Location: In reach of Vesuvius - Pompeii - the Amalfi coast (great drive) Naples and Salerno
Found this hotel by chance on Expedia whilst driving through nearby Naples: booked in for one travelling night but was so good we ended up staying for 5 nights and then returning on way home! Very friendly, English-speaking owner and his charming wife made us welcome and views from the stunning terrace and vast, spotlessly clean pool seduced us into staying far longer than anticipated. He even looked after our car for us for two nights while we took a side trip to Stromboli on the Naples hydrofoil. Nothing was too much trouble and the friendliness is worth its weight in gold. Food was so good we ate in the hotel each evening (VERY unusual for us to not try the local restaurants!) Worth staying here fore the astonishingly good views across this peaceful village and for the use of the large pool in which most of the time we were the only (pampered) swimmers.
for Everyoneby Matias from Mendoza
Average hotel - Good pricePosted Jun 1, 2014
Pros: Nice location, nice views, good price.
Cons: They should buy new beds.
Location: There are no shops or restaurants within walking distance. The area is pretty nice and peaceful.
Nice option to stay close to Costiera Amalfitana at a good price. The rooms are pretty basic and the bed is not so comfortable, but it's ok for one night. Breakfast was a buffet of some biscuits and fruit and pf course coffee ampnd milk. The hotel is located near the Salerno-Napoli Autostrada (Toll highway) but is impossible to finf without a navigator.
Disappointing hotel in splendid locationPosted Aug 12, 2013
Cons: Disappointing rooms, disappointing food and disappointing staff service.
Location: Superb location but disappointing accommodation.
The hotel did not live up to expectations. Very disappointed in room, food and staffing.
by A verified traveler from Manchester UK
Quiet off the beaten track hotelPosted Apr 16, 2010
The staff were friendly and helpful. The hotel was clean. However it was dated and difficult to find. The location really out of the way but having said that it took only 30mins to get to Pompeii. Despite the fact that we were the only people there we were given dark rooms overlooking the back of the hotel. The hotel was at the top of a hill and had lovely views across the valley, so we could have benefited from that with some decent rooms-but as we were only staying one night and were keen to get out we didn't feel like arguing. We came in April so probably off season and the food non descript. We won't be going back.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from High Wycombe
A friendly Italian hotelPosted Aug 19, 2009
This hotel is located in a small town. You need to drive up a small mountain to get there and you will need a car. We didn't meet any other British holidaymakers, but the staff were so helpful and ordered taxis, took special requests for food. The breakfast was very basic - croissants (delicious), jam, toast. Sometimes there were rolls, cakes and yoghurts. The cappuchinos were great, but there seemed to be difficulty in having just a glass of wine as opposed to a bottle! There is also great restaurant across the road. The swimming pool is open 9.00am to 5.30pm and has a lifeguard who will also sell you an ice-cream and swimming hat (compulsory - but best bring your own). There were several parties booked when we were there and they enjoy their fireworks. The mountain views are spectacular and you can sit on your balcony listening to the bells and singing from several churches.