Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby ticklerik from Edinburgh
Classy, and very highPosted Jul 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Amazing location, looking across to Vesuvius. Not for the claustrophobic (the lift from the carpark) or those with a touch of vertigo (balcony over the carpark). Food, service and general helpfulness of staff was exemplary.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Something differentPosted Apr 19, 2013
The hotel and staff were wonderful. It was peaceful and the decor was something quite different. The hotel is close to the motorway and easy to reach but you need a car. It is close to Pompei. A good place to stay if you intend to go to pompei, Sorrento. Amalfi etc. There is a good Restaurant just outside if you dont want to eat in the hotel. I was travelling with a freind. They have no twin rooms so we went for a triple room which was fine. Good value for money.
for Couplesby Lorin
Treated royallyPosted Nov 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
This was a delightfully beautiful place. The breakfast was beautiful and the staff most helpful. We were picked up from the train but the service was expensive. The view was just exquisite. I would certainly recommend this hotel.
for Couplesby Fiona from Bedford, UK
Great location for romantic get away.Posted Sep 11, 2012
Pros: The splendid decor and good service
Cons: The hard bed and crisp bed linen
Location: In the outer suburbs of Naples with part rural small freeholdings. Authentic Italy but not sophisticated and local area rather shabby.
The hotel was really charming and from a different age, with its baroque decor and furnishings! Whilst the superior room was large and well furnished with a fabulous balcony overlooking Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples, the bed was hard, the linen a little too crisp and towels abrasive. The toilet seat was broken in that it slipped when you sat on it and the hairdryer was just about functional. However the staff were eager to please and we really loved the smallness and intimacy of the hotel with only 9 rooms available. They must make their money from weddings and other functions as the location is really quite special. The swimming pool is small but perfectly formed with a fountain. We were most unfortunate with the weather when we were there but it will make a romantic get away for couples. However its location is in the middle of nowhere and you need a car (if you are prepared to brave the reckless traffic and pedestrians) to get anywhere (although a shuttle arrangement was possible in the owner's jaguar)!
for Couplesby Philip from Noosa National Park, Noosa Heads QLD 4567, Australia
PompeiPosted Jun 11, 2012
Cons: Lack os services
Location: Difficult to find. But worth the effort?
Extroadinary views. Very different. Lack of services.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted May 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New Zealand
Grand Hotel Le Galassie in Naples regionPosted Mar 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is a lovely family run hotel, with everyone prepared to assist or help if required. We loved it. The view was great overlooking Mt Vesuvius, and the rooms delightful. It is difficult to find and the local area is not the best, but the hotel makes up for it.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Canada
Incredible view, beautiful villaPosted Dec 7, 2011
Location: We did go to a local chicken & pizza place that had the best roast chicken we had in 2 weeks (LA RUSTICA) and cheapest meal anywhere. I would definitely stay at Le Galassie again. We also had 2 good meals at La locinda Pizzeria beside Le Galassie.
We absolutely loved our stay here. The building itself is very beautiful, perched on a cliff overlooking the valley of Naples, Pompei, Scarfati, and Vesuvius in the background. A convenient location to visit all these places, as well as the Amalfi Coast. Breakfast typical Italian buffet including meats, cheese, rolls, cereal, fruit. Great espressos, capuccinos served from an enormous copper espresso machine. Everywhere antique furniture, chandeliers, beautiful pool area, and restaurant. The owners were very kind and helpful. Getting there takes a bit of navigating, as you go up a narrow lane that winds behind the town. .But this it Italy, so you quickly get used to it. You do have to drive to get a meal, but we grabbed most meals while visiting tourist sites. We did go to a local chicken & pizza place that had the best roast chicken we had in 2 weeks (LA RUSTICA) and cheapest meal anywhere. I would definitely stay at Le Galassie again.