Wi-fi was broken upstairs (no DHCP) - it only worked downstairs. They fixed it after two days. Then our accounts expired too soon: it didn't work at all on the last day.
No lift, although they offered to take our bags upstairs for us.
Swimming pool rules are very strict: can't use hotel towels, must wear swimming cap and flip-flops, can't swim underwater, must shower before, can't swim without the lifeguard (who I never saw, and I only saw people swimming once in our whole stay); pool closes at about 6pm so no evening swimming (even though the pool has underwater lights). We didn't bother to swim in the end.
Dinner was a bit weird: we ate lunch in "Andris café" but for dinner we had to go further, to a building which looked unrelated to the hotel. There wasn't much choice for dinner if you don't want seafood.
Bear in mind that it's a 9km walk to Vesuvius from the hotel (all steeply uphill of course) and even walking to the nearest shops and back can be quite exhausting in the summer heat, so it's not a good location if you don't have a car and are unfit. :)
Breakfast was nice (buffet of croissants, toast, meat, cake, cereal etc.; juice was a bit watery). Lovely view of Naples and the bay from room. Barman was very friendly. Reception was helpful. Lunch was delicious. Room was big and well furnished.