Stayed in this hotel for one night along with some family. The staff were pleasant enough and helpful since we had a baby in our party - there was no problem with getting a bed for the baby and getting water boiled for bottles etc. The location is also pretty good, just a ten minute walk from the ruins and right in the middle of a number of local shops. The air con was also very good which was a relief - it was very hot when we were visiting.
The downside were the rooms themselves - dark and dingy and in great need of a makeover. Also with damp patches on the walls. Actually the hotel was clean but somehow the depressing decor made it feel dirty which is disappointing. The rooms were a good size though and we could easily have accommodated another person in ours.
Breakfast wasn't particularly great but this is common enough in Italian hotels.
I think we also paid over the odds - 100 euro a room - and it wasn't worth this much. The 65 euro price quoted below seems much closer to the mark.
Not a bad place to stay and I might stay there again but only if Certe Notte was booked up (which it sadly was on this trip).More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking