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Via Giuliana 4, 80045 Pompei, Italy – Show map
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Villa Julia's staff speaks: Italian, French, English
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Solarium, Bicycle Rental
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Shuttle Service (free), Daily Housekeeping
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
Italian, French, English
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One child from 3 to 10 years is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Hotel Europa has been welcoming guests to Minori along the Amalfi Coast since 1970. It is a 2-minute walk from the sea and offers rooms with a balcony or terrace.
Score from 153 reviews Review score
A 20-minute walk from Pompeii's ruins, this stylish Pompei Resort is half a mile from Pompeii Train Station.
Score from 635 reviews Very good
Offering free Wi-Fi throughout, air-conditioned accommodation, and a sun terrace, B&B Gallery is a 5-minute walk from Pompei Train Station and 6 km from the beach.
Score from 198 reviews Very good
Brand new, fresh and modern, Seven Hostel offers affordable accommodations with great services and a convenient location near the middle of Sorrento and the Circumvesuviana train station.
Score from 245 reviews Very good
We really loved the hospitality of the ukranien receptionist in Villa Julia!!! :) She was very kind and helpful! Location is really good - close to Pompei ruins.
We booked a room with 1 bunk bed, 1 double bed and 2 single bed, room size 30sqm. When we arrived, the owner gave us instead a room with one double and 1 bunk bed witch was not bigger than 15sqm. With 3 adults and 2 kids together it is pretty hard to fit in. But we only stayed for 1 night so it was okay! The mini bar was also not working.
Friendly staff Lots of outside space Price off road parking
Staff didn't speak English Basic things were missing - no toilet seats, shower was held with tape and would go hot and cold all the time. Breakfast was bad. We had to chase staff to ask for coffee. Everything was out of a pack - Nothing really fresh. Mini-bars in the room do not, had to ask for staff to keep personal beverages in the hotel fridge. They mean good but many simple mistakes that make the experience a bit less enjoyable. (the city itself is awful apart from historic sites). So would be great to have a nice place to stay.
The venue was nice and clean. Room was spacious, nice terrasse.
Location is remote, in a shabby part of town. The lady at reception was not very engaging, breakfast offering was poor - no bread, no fruit we declined and went to eat into town.
Friendly and well-priced. Free parking arrangement for parking at the ruins
Wi-fi coverage was a bit spotty in the room.
Villa Julia is a nice small hotel outside the city of Pompei. It looks very neat and has in all a modern style. There is no noise from cars or trains. The breakfast is italiano-quasi niente-come sempre in the other hotels.
Hands off if you do not have a car. The walk to the nearest station (Pompei scavi) is more than 20 minutes-and this walk is no fun.
Breakfast is very appalling. The shower leak.
Very friendly staff. Good location and clean.
Internet connection is really bad. Furniture in the balcony was unclean.
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.
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.