Welcome to the Villa dei Misteri hotel in Pompeii
The ideal holiday for anyone who loves Pompeii and Italy
Located in Pompeii, in the heart of the Vesuvian archaeological area, the hotel gets its name from the famous as well as the nearby Pompeian villa called "dei Misteri" and is immersed in the green of silent gardens.
The sober and informal style characterizes the hotel composed of a central building, where the main services and part of the rooms are located, connected directly to the swimming pool around which are situated the remaining rooms with independent accesses and comfortable spaces for parking your car.
The family-run management and the simple and relaxing environment make it an ideal place to stay for families and study groups, both for a stop-over on long journeys and for a vacation to discover Pompeii and its surroundings.
Three good reasons to choose us
A stone's throw from the Pompeii excavations
Reaching the archaeological park is not a problem, the entrance to Porta Marina is only 200 meters from the hotel.
You can choose to visit it guided solely by your curiosity or be accompanied by one of the site's authorized guides.
Public transport on your doorstep
Visiting the Sorrento Peninsula, reaching Herculaneum and Naples, Vesuvius, but also Capri and the Amalfi Coast is really easy.
The Circumvesuviana trains, buses and shuttles to various destinations are 200 meters from the hotel. The motorway junction for Naples is also only 400 meters from the hotel.
A scenic swimming pool to relax
It’s great to cool off by the pool, sunbathe and relax.
Maybe have a drink after a long day of hiking: take in simple summer pleasures!
Services for schools and universities
The Hotel Villa dei Misteri boasts a decade of experience in welcoming archaeologists, restorers and groups of students from all over the world.
The meeting room can accommodate up to 30 people, plus parking for buses and private vehicles, as well as luggage storage and excavation facilities, make it the ideal destination for study stays.
“Orbis terrarum liber est, et illi qui non commeant modo unam paginam legunt.”
(The world is a book and those who do not travel know only one page.)