Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Outstanding stay!Posted Jul 15, 2013
Six of us stayed during the Feast in June. Wonderful staff. Extremely attentive and helpful. Thanks.
for Everyoneby Jenny from N Ireland
One night stopoverPosted Jul 26, 2012
Pros: Friendly service
Location: Convenient to the motorway but quiet and comfortable.
We were just using this hotel as a stop-over for travelling from Naples Airport to Puglia. We had dinner, bed and breakfast and the hotel was fine for our purposes.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from NY
WOULD RETURN!!!!Posted Sep 28, 2010
NICE POOL ,GOOD SERVICE ,CLEAN .COMFORTABLE ,COOL ROOMS , ELIAS , ANTONIO AND CARLA WERE VERY NICE AT THE FRONT DESK
Recommendedby A verified traveler from England
Be Aware of standards at the Hotel GigliPosted Jul 22, 2010 on Hotels.com
Firstly there is no porter to help you with your luggage but there is a VERY small lift. Our room stank! It took me a few minutes to work out what the smell was, then I realised someone must have previously thrown up in it. We complained and were given another room. The room was adequate but not of a high standard, the front panel for the safe was hanging off and I wondered if I used it whether it would work for long enough to get my things back out again, the fridge didn't work properly and the air conditioning only stayed on while you were in the room and wasn't that effective. Our evening meal did nothing to improve our impression - my daughters' meals took an hour to arrive (they only had pasta) and mine arrived after they had finished their meals !! The details say that the hotel has been recently refurbished , the hotel may have had new carpet but generally it looks a bit tired particularly in the restaurant area. The level of English spoken here can cause problems for example when we asked about the air conditioning we were given two extra towels instead! There is a general whiff of bins in the air. The area in which the hotel is located is not one of poverty but nonetheless is poor, the area is generally rather dirty with lots of litter in the roads and streets, peeling paint and graffiti everywhere. There is a locked parking area for residents of the hotel and I would advise you to use it - there are no signs to indicate how to find the hotel from the parking area but it is only a few minutes walk but signs would help) so although the Hotel Gigli scores quite low compared with other hotels we stayed in (we stayed in 7 in total) you would be hard pushed to find something of better quality given the area. It is a reasonable location for accessing Vesuvio, Pompei and Naples etc but you will need a car, be prepared for winding narrow lanes in which Italian drivers appear to want to push you off or scrape your car - enjoy!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Fort Wayne
Solid Hotel for PricePosted Nov 12, 2008 on Hotels.com
We stayed at the Hotel Gigli for two nights as we explored the surrounding area and Pompei. We had our own vehicle which I would view as essential for this hotel. Positives: The hotel was much more upscale looking than I had expected as it had a very nice area to lounge out back, and provided a large gated parking lot. WIFI Internet worked the entire time we were there despite it saying the code that you got from them would expire 24hrs after use. Overall a comfortable room at an outstanding price with free parking/WIFI which is a major plus. There is a restuarant with a limited menu at the hotel at decent prices in an area with limited options late night. Negatives: The surrounding area doesn't have much to do, or many places to eat, and wasn't a very clean area so I wouldn't want to spend much time there. Breakfast was provided...typical European style with Yogurts/Breads, etc.