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Newest reviews for Villa Julia

  • Debbie
    July 20, 2014

    Breakfast is very appalling. The shower leak.


  • Vilma
    July 15, 2014

    Very friendly staff. Good location and clean.

    Internet connection is really bad. Furniture in the balcony was unclean.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 1, 2014

    The rooms were big. It was clean. Inexpensive. Well secured. It's nice to be in a garden and not downtown Pompeii. Downtown Pompeii is not a nice city and the whole area around is dirty. The ruins are definitely worth the visit, but if I had to come again I would stay in Sorrento while visiting Pompeii, it is SO much nicer.

    The road to drive to the Hotel is one lane for two-way traffic. Scary. This hotel is so non-professional, nothing works: - Wifi was broken so they provided us with a 3G to wifi portable device and it worked fine but the second night another couple came to the hotel and they took back the device while we were away to give it to the new-comers so we ended up with no wifi! - The hot water was not working - Even in the rooms where it was working the water was barely flowing - when we arrived the AC was not working. It was just a problem with the remote so they fixed it. - there was no soap in the rooms - The credit card payment machine was not working - the breakfast is not great. Most of it is not fresh. Fruits are from the garden, that is great, but they were not ripe. Overall this hotel was the worst of our three week trip to Italy.


  • Kathryn
      United Kingdom
    April 20, 2014

    Friendly staff made us very welcome and the hotel is set amongst lovely orange trees and palm trees with a very secure carpark. We had a nice big balcony with a view of Mt Vesuvius and the hotel was in a quiet location about 3km from Pompei. Because the Villa Julia is part of a group of hotels we were allowed to park our car in Hotel Del Sole, opposite Pompei Ruins, which was really handy for day trips to Sorrento and Naples on the train. We also ate one meal at Hotel Del Sole and it was tasty and good value. Our room was comfortable and spotless (sheets and towels changed every 2 days) and we used the air con to warm up one night after a wet day, and it was efficient and quiet. All in all a good hotel, not flash, but what you'd hope for the money.

    Difficult to find, but with Sat Nav and GPS coordinates it was ok but the roads are very rough around there. Breakfast was simple (small plate of cheese, salami and ham, french toast, biscotti and packaged croissants) but nicely served. After 4 days we could have done with a bit of variety (cereal? yogurt?) and some fresh fruit would have been great. Wifi was supplied via a portable device and was a bit slow at times. Mini bar was empty. Would have loved a kettle in the room.


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