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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Amleto Pompei
A beautiful Hotel
This is truly a wonderful find, the rooms were nice, warm and modern.
The Hotel Amleto is located within walking distance of the ruins, and a great place to take day trips from. You will find the staff extremely helpful as well as knowledgeable about sites of interest in the area. Breakfast was plentiful and fresh, also nice were the coffee's. This Hotel also has on-site parking which is truly a benefit, and they also provide free internet service.
We highly recommend this Hotel, The staff here make this an excellant place to stay.
I recommend the Amleto
My son and I spent a most enjoyable 3 days at the Amletto November 17-20th,2004. The staff are friendly,most helpful and made the difference between a good and a great stay. I had a last minute request to change from a single to a twin 2 weeks before we arrived,and then extended an additional 2 days while we were staying in the hotel. My requests were satisfied without any difficulties. The breakfast is good,room care exceptional and the staff most helpful in response to our several requests for help in traveling around the area. The hotel is a short walk from the main entrance to the ruins,and in the middle of the commercial district for restuarants and shops. We will return to the Amleto on our next trip to Pompeii!
We arrived here exhausted after having our pockets picked (both of us!!) on the train from the airport. We had not yet paid for the rooms but were treated so kindly and were able to use our room, make unlimited phone calls to the UK and eventually resolve the money problem. (the next day). The hotel itself was lovely- clean, airy, well located but the way that we were treated when everything had gone pear-shaped makes it a place we will return to and not hesitate to recommend to everyone.
Nice hotel in Pompeii
We spent a weekend here at the end of October, 2004. While both the room (a junior suite) and bath were both on the small side, we found them to be comfortable and nicely appointed. The bed was very comfortable and the a/c worked great (it was rather warm in Pompeii). They also served the best breakfast that we had in Italy. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
It is conveniently located to the ruins (a 5-10 minute walk to one of the back entrances) and to the main piazza. While we had read that modern Pompeii was bland and boring, we didn't find that to be the case at all. It seemed colorful, vibrant, and interesting (and very crowded). Of course, it was a holiday weekend--Halloween and All Saints' Day--so that probably accounted for, at least, some of the crowds and color (lots of Halloween decorations and kids in costumes!).
The cathedral is beautiful and we had some great meals in local restaurants.
I agree about the cab fare from the train station (we also paid 10 Euros) which seemed steep for the distance, but it is too far to walk with bags.
All in all, we found Pompeii--both old and new--to be well worth a visit. And the Hotel Amleto is good value for the money.
Great family stay at the Hotel Amleto
Hotel Amleto lives up to its TripAdviser reviews.
Prompt and efficient replies to email reservations and queries. Good size, air conditioned room for parents and child - no bath but a seat in the shower! Very convenient to Pompeii centre and the quiet back (anfiteatro) gate to the site.
Splendid staff and breakfast spread to set you up for the trip round the ruins.
Great Time in New Pompeii
We really enjoyed this hotel. The place was very clean and elegant, and the staff was helpful and friendly in pointing out where we should go. They had a free computer with internet in the lobby for the guests' use that we appreciated. And it was only a short walk to the entrance to the ancient city. The only criticism is that the rooms are a bit small and the bathroom in particular was the smallest we encountered on our trip. But none of this made our experience uncomfortable.
I also would join others in saying that the books we read that claimed the town of Pompeii was not a good place to stay are quite wrong. New Pompeii has its charms, and we enjoyed the restaurant where we ate. Taxi drivers are still kind of dicy as they are in Naples--and it costs 10 Euros to the train station. (It's a ride that is just too a little far to walk, but not far enough to justify that price.) We also had someone mysteriously show up on a motor scooter next to our taxi when we arrived to tote our luggage up the steps--apparently tipped off by the driver as we came from the Circumvesuviana rail station and part of a broader scheme to maximize revenue from tourists.
Good little hotel in Pompei
This is a very nice little hotel in Pompei, very convenient to the ruins (a 5 min walk), and clean, well-appointed with extremely friendly and helpful people. They made our stay very easy with their suggestions and recommendations. We took the train to Herculaneum (a must since you can't drive into and find parking there), and Amleto folks were very helpful in getting us the schedules and info for that trip.
The rooms are a bit small, particularly the bathroom which is on the sparse side, but for a short 1-3 night stay, they are more than acceptable. Breakfast wasn't as full featured (no eggs, for example) as other 4 star hotels, but for the price Amleto delivers a very nice value.
Raves for the Amleto
We stayed two nights at the Amleto in July of 2004 and had a great time. A lovely entry and lobby, and our rooms were clean, comfortable, and had been recently renovated. The breakfast was excellent, and served in an airy and spacious dining room. (We give the capuccino at an "A".) The roof garden was a treat in early morning or at sunset. The staff was very helpful, and their advice always good.
And my teenagers loved the place from the moment they say the front door. ('Wow, Dad, this looks like a GREAT HOTEL!").
We drove down from Rome, but did not use the car again until we left for Florence. The entrance to the ruins at Pompeii are a pleasant walk, and the Circumvesuviana train to Ercolana is just a couple of blocks away. We visited both Ercloana and Pompeii, and walked around the 'new' town as well.
Some of the guide books weren't too kind to Pompeii as a place to stay, but we could not disagree more. The ruins themselves are so fascinating, and so evocative that it was a treat to be able to amble back to the hotel and restaurant without having to interrupt the day with driving.
And there is a very good restaurant around the corner (recommended by the Amleto) that served us some of the best food we had in Italy, on two nights running.
We had a wonderful few weeks in Italy, but our stay in Pompeii was definitely one of the high points. The Amleto was just perfect for us.
Excellent stay at the Amleto Hotel
We chose the Amleto because of good reviews we'd read on Trip Advisor and we weren't disappointed! The hotel is well positioned in a quiet side street in Pompeii, about 5-10 minutes walk from both the Circumvesuvian station and the FS station. We stayed three nights and found it an excellent base for visiting the area - it's about 5 minutes walk to the site of Pompeii and Naples, Herculanium, Oplontis and Paestum were within easy reach by train. The staff were very helpful and confirmed train times/stations for us. Our double room was a bit small but extremely clean and comfortable, with air con (no extra charge). The breakfasts were really excellent - make sure you leave enough time to enjoy them!
Amleto - great deal
We just returned from Pompeii and the Amalfi coast. We atayed two nights at the Amleto and found it to be very convenient to both the ruins and exceptional restuarants. The service was extremely warm and helpful and the hotel itself charming and a great value. We were delighted with our stay there.
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... around tasted even better, Bree even had to admit that they were good once we convinced her to give them another shot.
Feeling like we were ready to simply be rolled to our next stop we managed to somehow find the energy and the room when we were promised to be moving into the dessert portion of the evening. Now more so than probably any other place in Italy, Naples is famous for their cakes and pastries. In fact after thinking about it we saw very ...
... the vehicle had good suspension! Once we had arrrived it was a 20 minute walk to the crater. The views from the top were quite impressive, not only looking down into the giant hole of the volcano (where there was smoke coming out if it), but also of the Bay of Naples :) Time to click away!
After arriving safely back in Pompeii, it was time to grab a bite to eat and start ...
... are Fangio. Mad keen on overtaking all and sundry – no matter what the road rules are. Mad keen on driving whilst talking on mobile phones or reading books and texting (at the same time). You really need your wits about you when you enter the melee! We left Zagorolo late in the morning for Naples and Camping Spartacus in Pompeii. Vesuvius loomed ominously over Napoli. Grant had been to Naples 22 years ago on his trusty 1984 Suzuki GSX 250 ...
... showcasing what was on offer in the bordello's. The thing that disappointed me was they have modernised the site. They hold music concerts in the original auditorium and they have installed lighting and plastic seating . also they have drilled into the rock seats and placed lights and seat number plaques. I found this almost desecrating. After the tour more free time in Pompeii before we headed off on the 4 hour drive to the east coast of Italy to the port town of Brindisi to board ...
... been excavated. The first stop is the old Roman bath area that has some very erotic frescos depicting things that today aren't PC in public buildings. Apparently these caused a stir in the Vatican when they were opened up for the first time in 2001. It is pretty funny to think that the Romans were into porn. There is also a preserved brothel with a collection of raunchy frescos that was a menu of sorts for its ...