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Corso Resina, 296, 80056 Ercolano, Italy – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
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Italian, French, English
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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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 219 reviews Very good
Opposite the entrance to the Pompeii excavations, this hotel is in the heart of the town, just a 5 minute walk from the main Piazza.
Score from 326 reviews Excellent
Offering 360° views out over the Gulf of Naples, San Francesco al Monte is a restored 16th-century monastery. It is a 2 minute walk from the Corso Vittorio Emanuele funicular stop.
Score from 238 reviews Very good
|Located in Ercolano, Villa Battista is a 2-minute drive from the Tyrannian Sea. It offers free WiFi, a restaurant and elegant air-conditioned rooms.|
The location was great, the view was amazing and the room was clean
Only the heater would come on (no AC), the shower flooded the entire bathroom when you tried to use it, there was NO WIFI at all in our room (most likely because of our location in the hotel). When I mentioned to the manager that the shower was flooding the bathroom and asked if we could switch rooms (so my wife who is almost 7 months pregnant and my 6 year old daughter could shower with out the risk of falling) we were told "No, the hotel was full" but, "here are a few extra towels" (there were only 5 other cars in the parking lot) when asked about the WIFI they said ....."its free...." -
No hot water in the morning, dirty and smelly! Awful!
Beautiful setting - very grandiose. Beautiful gardens - even in autumn. Nice sized rooms and big bathrooms. Secure parking. By the looks of it, definitely the best option in Herculaneum.
Only one pillow per person and were unable to provide any additional ones - they say they had none. Wifi only available at reception. NOTHING else in the vicinity - no nearby restaurants, cafes etc. Had to empty bath every night with a screwdriver as the plug was broken.
Beautiful palazzo with a large green area with fountains. Very beautiful lobby. Large rooms. Friendly professional staff. Dinner in the restaurant was superb. Very convenient location for visiting the Roman Ercolano, which is from hotel in a 5-minute walk
The hotel needs redecorating
Everything! Absolutely everything. It's not a hotel. It's a palace! (It would be just nice to have additionally a bathrobe in the room)
Poor wyfi No Tv in English
beautiful terrace, park and pool walking distance to Hercolano
room was nice, but in it we had one door with a sign on it "Don't enter" - turned out to be an old bathroom that wasn't used anymore. A bit creepy
Room was good, pool excellent, grounds beautiful, reception helpful. Mostly good choice at breakfast
Indifferent service at breakfast. Coffee tepid
They deducted the cost of the two worst courses from our dinner bill. And after putting us into the wrong kind of room (we reserved twin beds and were given a double), they did find a room with twin beds for us and informed us we would not be charged for the 'upgrade' to what we had actually booked. So they were technically fair in their pricing. The historic building was also interesting, though in need of repairs (and much of the refurbishment that had been done was soulless). The location is excellent, about 5-7 mins walk from the Herculaneum site entrances.
The place was filthy - there were mystery stains all over the chairs in our room and other soft furnishings. The floor was dirty. Dining staff did not remove table cloths with food stains and crumbs in the morning before resetting breakfast tables between diners. The wifi for guests did not work and the hotel would not give out the code for any of the hotel's 7 other wifis we saw pop up. The pool was supposed to open at 8 but, when we turned up at 8, we were told it would not be ready until 9. And while they told us they would sort out the mistake in our room booking while we visited the Herculaneum site, when we returned 4h later, they presented us the key but had not moved out bags. We went up to the room to wait - and it took another hour, one phone call, and a return to the front desk and a request to just let us do it ourselves before they dug up staff to bring our bags (three of them, all small carry-ons) to our new room. But the biggest crime was the food. These were the worst meals we have eaten in Italy (I've made more than a dozen trips to the country over the years.). The arancini amuse bouche and tasting menu pasta were good. The rest was not. The octopus & shrimp w/ricotta on potatoes appetiser is a dish should not exist, there was no effort to get any harmony out of the ingredients & it was shocking to have octopus this bad in Italy. They overcooked the fish to the point it was completely dry (the hotel did remove these two courses from our bill). Their rice pudding was effectively a greasy paella w/out the added fish/veggies etc that make paella. The dessert was like jello vanilla pudding w/rum added and the panama cotta that had so much gelatine it would have bounced if you dropped it. And when we told the hotel this, the response was 'oh, but our chef is very good.' We begged to differ and that was when they removed the two worst courses from our bill.
Its just 5 mins walk if that to Herculoneum. For a base to explore Naples. Vesuvious etc its great.
wi fi was not great but dont let that put you off. So pleased we chose this hotel. easy to get train into Naples. Naples big beautiful but scruffy city glad i wasnt staying there.
A beautiful hotel, stunning bedroom with views over the garden. Swimming pool is good size with reclining sunchairs.
Take insect repellent!!
Nearby Herculaneum site (could be reached by foot) Nice swimming pool, which could be used after check-out (dedicated changing rooms and towels available) Helpful and friendly staff Private parking Large room and bathroom Very well insulated walls and windows Relatively low price
Coffee at breakfast Wifi in room
Rooms, gardens, pool.
We were not able to stay for dinner because of the intrusive noise of the digital sound of the "pianist" which the management were not prepared to reduce.
Beautiful hotel in lovely grounds.
Limited restaurants nearby.
Serenity of park garden. Large Pool. Nice helpful front desk staff. Large rooms with nice beds and high ceilings. Breakfast was nice but coffee was quite cold and ham and cheese went quickly with no refills.
Michelin restaurant must be a joke; absolutely tasteless food. We were a little late entering the restaurant one night, but well within the opening hours. Staff was rude and walking up and down the floor a couple of meters from our table demonstrating their desire to end the evening as quickly as possible and go home. Asking for the dessert menu all of us were quickly served the same piece of cake which none of us had ordered. A shame really that this would spoil the impression of this hotel. Som careful restoration would have brought this property back from the tired, worn state to it's former glory.
A really tastefully decorated hotel with extremely luxurious and spacious rooms and bathrooms. The rooms live up to the pictures available on their home page! A/c easy to adjust. Extremely polite and helpful staff. Surrounding private garden and pool area so peaceful and so beautiful. We were here for one week, and chose to rely on public transport, and we were able to get to all the places we wanted to see with relative ease. Eg. Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, Mt Vesuvius, Capri. We can definitely highly recommend this uniquely beautiful hotel. Extremely good value for money.
My only complaint was the coffee, but I guess that is a matter of taste? WiFi was not always great in rooms, but then we just went down to the reception area.
Fabulous hotel and swimming pool set in mature gardens. An oasis of calm and tranquility. 5 minutes walk from the ruins.
The district was very neglected. Rubbish, rotting food, cooking oil etc strewn all over the roads and streets. Very pungent smell everywhere. We got a sense that no-one cared to look after this town.
This is a majestic property that feels like a wonderful island in the middle of Ercolano. The grounds are stunning, the quad/family room was expansive, and we will remember the breakfast for the rest of our lives ..... it was truly extraordinary. The best part for us was the pool, which was spotless, quiet, and beautiful, with ample comfortable lounge chairs. After a hot day of traveling and exploring ruins, it was perfection. The entrance to Herculaneum is about a 5 minute walk from the hotel, and seeing the ruins was well worth the stay in Ercolano.
Overall, our stay was memorable and perfectly enjoyable. The room and grounds were luxurious. Having said that, there were some relatively small issues with the room that weren't ideal. These were issues that one would think would be on the radar of the staff, but they seemed to know nothing about them. Because we were having such a lovely visit otherwise, we didn't want to make a big deal about the issues, but our ratings of the hotel reflect both the overall pleasure of the place and the issues that one would not expect to face in this type of accommodations.
The park and pool are gorgeous.
There was only one person to refill the breakfast buffet so there were few choices of food and no cups for coffee. We reported not being able to open the gate to our terrace, a non fun tuonino phone and a loose bandister but none were fixed.
This hotel has huge ambiance and a hidden secret of an in house chef who cooks the most delicious food to order. I cant recommend eating there too much ( but you may have to be patient with the service!). Pool is excellent, bedrooms large and airy and reception staff attentive.
What an amazing property this is. The history alone is do wonderful to soak up. I wandered the gardens as well as the building & I wanted to know more about it. We have to say that amazing as it is, the property itself & grounds are a but run down. You can see in its hay day how wonderful it was but it is s bit tired now. Has do much to offer it is a shame. Just the sheer height if the ceilings blew us away. I would recommend people up stay there, not only for its postion to the Herculaneum historical site just down from its postion. I fell in love with this place but sad it's condition had been let go a bit. Staff were very helpful for sure.
How it's needs some TLC to bring it back to its former glory both Hotel & yards. In saying this we had a massive storm while there that did more damage to the garden, but I had been around the garden before the storm & that is what I have based my opinion on.
Gardens were beautiful although fountains not working. Great location to Herculaneum. Need to advise that best station is Ercolani Scavi and not M'iglio
Air Conditioning did not work for 3 days whilst we were there and it was very hot. Wi fi not always working either. Reception staff very aloof and didn't care less. Restaurant is set menu only very expensive with very little choice.
Nice old building - palace with beautiful parc and super parking, view on Vesuvius and to the see, stylish rooms, very good breakfast, walking distance to Herculaneum
the streets arround the hotel are quite dirty and croudy, the guys with motorbikes "celabrated" long in the night
Excellent service and location
Our bath leaked
Excellent hotel and facilities. short walk away from the Herculaneum excavation.
The town of Ercolano is not that nice to wander around.