Posted Jun 14, 2015
The hotel is part of a residential block, with the hotel rooms (about 5 I think) on the top floor. It's a very quite area, we had no problems with noise. It's probably more of a place for someone looking for a nice place to stay rather than being in the middle of the action. The room we were in had a balcony looking out towards Mt Vesuvius. It's about a 10 minute walk from the Sant’Agnello train station. The excellent Moonlight Restaurant is about a 5 minute walk away. Susy (who runs the hotel) is pleasant. She does not speak a lot of English, but enough to get by. I'd stay here again. One thing to know ahead of time is that the Sant’Agnello train station sells tickets only in the morning, and it's worth picking up a printed train timetable from the station if you are heading out towards Pompeii (etc) as the schedule seems to change from time to time, and it can be an hour between trains.