A stunning hotel with fantastic views, both back and front, with Naples bay to the front and mountains and volcanoes to the rear. Though be aware that these views are available purely because of the hotels location, situated at the top of the Volcano, Solfatara. The road to the hotel is via a VERY steep incline which can take 10-15 mins to walk. For those averse to walking or hiring a car while in Italy your only option are taxis, otherwise this hotel is not for you, which is sad because it is stunning. The staff are very polite, pleasant and welcoming and the food first class. A major attraction of this hotel for us was that even in August it is not teaming with tourists (Pozzouli, while steeped in history is not yet a tourist destination by the Brits) which meant that the fabulous outdoor swimming pool was there for us to enjoy whenever we wished. So if your idea of a great holiday is a quiet break away in a quiet, clean 4* hotel while soaking up the hot summer sunshine, then this is the place. Try not to be put of by the major walk required getting to and from the hotel otherwise you'll be missing out on a fantastic holiday experience.
Craig from Isle of Wight
Situated in Pozzuoli, this romantic hotel is close to Phlegraean Fields, Flavian Amphitheater, and Temple of Serapis. Also …More
Considering my Italian is very poor, the staff were welcoming and accomodating to our insufficient communication abilities. They went out of their way to help us, were always friendly and approachable. The desk seemed to be open 24 hours.
The breakfast is generous and always fresh.
The room is cleaned daily and to a high standard.
Great value :)
Be warned, however, that there is no beach directy opposite, it's about a 15 minute walk to one in either direction. There's a beautiful nature park - Monte Nuovo - closer.
Beka from Bristol
Situated in Pozzuoli, this hotel is close to Temple of Serapis, Flavian Amphitheater, and Phlegraean Fields. Local …More
Once you work out where the entrance is you find a contemporary, quiet and very clean hotel. Staff were polite and helpful. Supermarket nearby, good kitchen facilities, laundry room but not the cheapest, free parking on site. Open staircase within room so probably not suitable for famillies with young children. Can't comment on view like previous reviews as our room faced the car park. Obviously take pride in hotel and this is reflected in appearance and staff.
DKGIBC from London
Located in the heart of Pozzuoli, this guesthouse is within walking distance of Flavian Amphitheater and Temple of Serapis …More
Nice big bedroom, impressive private hilltop location, helpful staff BUT a seedy area with nothing worth doing in walking distance. Also strange and inconvenient access to the rooms (a SMALL lift down, a walk along a corridor, a second SMALL lift up again...often queues of people waiting!)
Martin from London
Situated in Pozzuoli, this romantic hotel is close to Allied Joint Force Command Naples, Flavian Amphitheater, and Temple of …More
Lucrino might not be everybody's choice of resort but it is a nice little town, on the train line into Naples and with much interest in the area of Campo Fleigri. The Hotel Villa Luisa is a gem - much nicer than expected. The spa area has two saunas, a steam room, ice room, and indoor pool (very small) with jacuzzi jets. The breakfasts are only okay and always the same stuff.
Traveller from Worthing, West Sussex
Situated near the beach in Pozzuoli, this hotel is close to Cuma Archaeological Park, Temple of Serapis and Flavian …More
This hotel was a short walk from the Metro train (3 or 4 blocks) and was very clean and modern with nice view of Bay of Naples. The main downside was no breakfast, but there was a nice coffee shop/bakery just down the street. Staff was very attentive. Very good value.
Tobin from Seattle
Situated in Pozzuoli, this inn is close to Flavian Amphitheater, Temple of Serapis, and Phlegraean Fields. Local attractions …More