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Corso Resina 81, 80056 Ercolano, Italy – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and charges apply.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, Air Conditioning
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 20 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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An impressive pink villa of the 18th century, Relais Villa Signorini is set between the Portici Royal Palace and the seaside. Most rooms offer views of the gardens. Parking is free.
Score from 211 reviews Very good
A few meters from the entrance to the Herculaneum excavations, this 18th century villa offers large, modern rooms overlooking the sea or the fantastic 6 acre park surrounding the hotel.
Score from 234 reviews Very good
In central Pompeii, Hotel Iside is just 325 ft from the archaeological ruins and 650 ft from the main square. The hotel's surrounding garden with citrus trees guarantees peace and quiet.
Score from 235 reviews Very good
La Casa Di Plinio is a 5-minute walk from Dioniso's Temple and the archaeological ruins of Pompei, and 1 km from the city centre.
Score from 168 reviews Exceptional
it is rather cold in winter, with only air-co for heating...
Terrace looking over the bay of Naples. Beautiful sunsets. Excellent breakfast.
Hot water supply ran out in my shower on second day.
Very kind and helpful owners, magnificent view from the terrace! Close to the scavi and Naples! We hope to return soon!
The hotel staff was friendly and did their best to communicate with us. Close to Herculaneum.
Upon arrival we were informed that the room we had booked was not available and the only option remaining was the balcony style split room that we'd initially avoided due to safety concerns with our kids. After we'd gotten that situation "taken care of" (thanks in large part to another guest that spoke Italian) we were told that Herculaneum was no longer admitting tourists due to the hour (close to 5) and were lead to the balcony for refreshments and shown a view of the area. About an hour later we decided to find a restaurant and after making a loop of the area found a nice one near the excavation site discovering that it was in fact still open and would be admitting tourists for a few more minutes. At that point we were far enough from the hotel that we couldn't grab our camera and make it back, so we had to push it to the following morning with Pompeii in the afternoon. While we were able to accomplish it the following day we missed out on the Naples archaeological museum followed by missing our train from Naples to Anzio (costing us $150 and the added enjoyment of finding our way around Anzio at 1am with two sleeping kids). Needless to say it was not a good stay for us and knowing what we know would suggest other travelers stay in Rome or Sorrento and make the historical site(s) a day trip from there.
A spacious, bright room with everything we needed. The breakfast can be eaten in the terrace, with a beautiful seaview. Unfortunately, we woke up too late, but the owners were superkind and served us coffee, pastries and juice anyway.
We liked everything, the friendly hosts, room, breakfast, net connection, parking, location. Nothing more to ask fore. We were very happy.
there was nothing that we did not like
Very near to the historical sites. Gentleman owner was very helpful on showing us where to travel and the train services to use.
Breakfast was poor and on day two the rolls were stale and inedible. Poor selection of cereal, only cornflakes and coco-pops. Fruit in fruit bowl hadn't been changed since Vesuvius last erupted! We paid extra for balcony and sea-view, but the balcony had no furniture, due to the balcony being standing room only.
Very friendly staff, great seaview from balcony and terrace, very near Herculaneum excavation site.
Not much not to like really!
We had the most fantastic experience from the very kind host at I Papiri. I had lost my handbag with all personal papers, creditcards, mobilephone etc. in the taxi from Naples to Ercolano. We had no receipt from the payment and had no name of the taxi company. Our host called a young lady (Nuncia) who is speaking english fluently. They both took us by their own car to the Police station at Naples Central Station and helped as italian speaking with the procedure to report the loss. After that was done, we passed all the taxidrivers. By extraordinary luck I recognised our taxidriver and Nuncia told him in italian that I had forgotten my handbag in his car. He went to the car, opened the door and by a miracle my handbag was still there - untouched. Our fantastic host took us back to Ercolano and I Papiri and now our vacation could really start. I cannot describe the relief when I saw my handbag again and this would never had happened if we had'nt got this extraordinary friendly help from our host and Nuncia. We are indeed grateful. Our stay for the next two days were perfect. Beautiful room with view to the sea and Capri in the horizon. There is also a beautiful terrasse for outdoor relaxation with a view to the sea and Capri. Our best recommendations for this very helpful, comfortable and personal service at B&B hotel.
Really friendly and helpful owners who made us very welcome. One speaks good English. Delicious fresh rolls and freshly made coffee for breakfast every morning. This was eaten on the terrace with panoramic views out over the sea towards Sorrento and Capri Island. The room also looked out over the sea and was immaculately clean and really quiet with just the sound of the birds every morning. The location is great, only 200 from the entrance to the ruins of Herculaneum and 600m from train station Herculano Scavi on the Circumesuviana metro line. We went on the Circumvesuviana almost daily because it also stops in Pompeii, Naples and Sorrento. There are a few restaurants and yummy pizzarias in the area and the locals were really friendly and helpful. Definitely recommended!
Nothing to not like, but be aware the surrounding area is quite shabby (though at no time of day or night did it feel dangerous or threatening) and not near any beaches.
The staff are very friendly. It is less than 5 minutes walk from Hercolano site. From the balcony of our room, we had a great view of the sunset. The breakfast was great.
Location to see Herculaneum is fantastic, even if neighborhood is "rough" and seedy. Parking is offered for a fee and is very small. Only one good restaurant nearby TubaCadubba and it is very good.
Neighborhood is Yuk big time. Driving is like crazy people. Our room had a balcony that opened up to the terrace so our view was over the table and chairs people would sit in so not very nice. Be careful which "sea view" room you reserve as 2 others had their own balcony. We could not open the shutters so had no real view unless we went outside to the patio.
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