You get what you pay for. We booked after checking the given address on the map, but were placed in the other "guesthouse" essentially on the other side of town. About a 30 minute walk each day to Old Town. Wifi didn't work, and no one there knows how to fix it, but yet their laptop works fine...The family downstairs was nice, cute blind cat was the highlight. The other plus is it is near a different pier with swimming 20m away. No towels, no shower curtain. Good luck!
Kind of a hilarious experience. Located very close to the Circumvesuvio line, not close to the main bus station, so if given the option from Napoli take the train. Rooms were clean, wii was high speed, balcony views really are of Vesuvio. Staff was nice, English was a little hard to come by however. We arrived needing to do laundry and things in the center of town, about a 30 minute walk, campground laundry was closer. Overall good buy for the money, and very close to the ruins.
Very cool Roman hotel next to the train station. About a 10 min walk from the station, 20 minutes to Trevi if you don't get lost. Cabs are about 8euro from the touristy center of Rome at night. Clean, quiet, really interesting rooms and ceilings, Roman shower. Internet in the rooms, may have to stand at the door first to pick it up but great speed for booking/planning. Overall good experience.
Wonderful stay with great views despite the long walk up. Would have liked a kitchen. Very comfortable and views I will never forget.
We had a great night here, wish we had stayed longer rather than changing to B
Flew in to Milan and used this as our jet lag/find your bearings stop. Walking distance to the train, really right around the corner. Many places to eat. Room was clean with small balcony for drinks and snacks. Street was loud but shutters and screen were thick enough to block it out at night. Wifi works great!