This was the cheapest hotel in our entire trip in Italy.
We had a bit of a hard time finding it, although it is on a main road (though on the opposite side of Pompei from the ruins) but it was also our fault because we didn't have a detailed map.
It was a very pleasant hotel (although a relatively big hotel with many tours using it) and our room had a balcony with views to nice gardens, air conditioning, a "space-age" shower with colour lights, radio, etc (although it took quite a while to figure out and the water jets for the back did not work), free wifi (though one of us couldn't get it to work because the server was overloaded) and free parking.
It included all amenities and there was also a welcome gift in the room: a pastry and a little tourist ceramic greek plate (of course, made in China, but still nice).
Breakfast was very nice buffet with outside seating but it wasn't good that there was a charge for a second cup of coffee.
The one thing we missed was a swimming pool, which could have easily fitted in the big gardens.