If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Pozzuoli, look no further than Villa Luisa Hotel.
Nearby landmarks such as Baia Archeological Park (1.3 mi) and Sibyl's Cave (Antro della Sibilla) (1.8 mi) make Villa Luisa Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Pozzuoli.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Villa Luisa Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Villa Luisa Hotel, free parking is available.
Pozzuoli has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Putipu Bistrot, Taverna Brudi, and Trattoria del Mare, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Lago d'Averno, Oasi Naturalistica di Montenuovo, and Il Giardino dell'Orco are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Villa Luisa Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I have stayed here several times and I have never been less than happy with the way these guys look after you. The place is always clean, the staff always smiling and welcome me back and the rooms are very comfortable indeed. They do offer a pizza take away service from a local pizza house but I prefer to walk only a few metres down the road to eat at the excellent Pizzeria Lucrino where the food is truly excellent!! Well worth a stay, especially as the Stufe di Nerone thermal baths are only one hundred metres away AND the hotel has a lovely health centre onsite.
Wonderful place. Staff was friendly and helpful. Very close to train and a beach. Not a bunch of restaurants nearby, but the ones that are were excellent. Convenience store very close. The parking was a plus-the staff had our car ready whenever we asked. We stayed there for a scuba diving trip, and the staff assisted with transportation, and the ample balconies made drying out gear easy.
Not a terrible hotel, but certainly an OK one. There is room for improvement. We started our stay by checking in after hours— which was nice of them to accommodate, but also a bit difficult. It was hard to get oriented without someone showing us around. The signage at this hotel is poor. It was hard to find our room, hard to find an elevator (we were told there there isn’t one to the second floor, only the third floor (?!?), which turned out to be false)… Regardless, Make sure you stay on the first floor if you have a lot of luggage. And it was impossible to find the fitness center. Even though I looked for it, I didn’t find it until I was checked out. The room was OK. Small but not bad with a little bit of a view of the water, which of course was the highlight. That’s the highlight of this hotel in general, it’s relatively close to the water though not right on it. I didn’t love the neighborhood it was in nor its position, but it’s better than staying in Naples and it seemed to have one of the better locations of the hotels in this area. One of the main reasons we stayed at the hotel was the spa (they have an amazing variety of options for a small hotel). Mixed results found here as well. The spa could use some renovations or touchups. Numerous of the items they advertise either not working, or in rough shape. And even though the hours are extremely frustrating in their limitedness, even when you go in as prescribed, some of the amenities are not up and running. The sauna was barely warm when we used it. So even though we stayed at this hotel mostly for the spa, definitely be aware of their hours ... for some really stupid reason they have different hours during the week versus weekends, and the hours are way too limited, especially if this is to be considered a highlight of the hotel. It is hard to go out and explore Naples and the coastline and be back in time to experience the spa before it closes and it is impossible to do before you go out if it doesn’t open until the afternoon. It was also strange that they kept all the windows and doors to the spa open to the courtyard, allowing you no privacy in your bathing suit, much less to keep the heat in an area you expect to be warm/hot.…
Great rooms, beautiful sea view with balcony and staff that was mainly cheerful and helpful. Asked for a twin room with balcony, stayed in a king. Not ideal when traveling with a 15 yo, but not then end of the world.
My wife and I stayed here and I have to say to was a lovely hotel! It was very clean, and the staff were eccellente! They all spoke English and were most helpful. The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant attached but around the hotel is a number of lovely restaurants where you can get a taste of Italy. The hotel grants guests free access to a beautiful beach club area down the road that serves great cocktails and amazing food, on the shore of the med! A welcome break from the hustle of the city! The hotel is across the road from the train station which leads directly into Napoli and all the parco archeologico. Pozzuoli is 5 minutes away on the train which is a place worth visiting itself. You can get to Ischia from Pozzuoli which is a lovely day trip and saves a trip to Napoli harbour. Note: Whilst trains are the only way to travel, the experience of the railway itself was a pain! Every station is unmanned so tickets must be bought in advance from shops near the station. Trains also seem to come and go irregularly so I would recommend doing some research prior to your trip. There are no helpful departure screens here! …