The highlight of this small hotel in Pozzuoli, just outside of Naples, is the breathtaking views over the cliffs to the sea. The city of Pozzuoli was established in 194 BC and later the apostle Paul stopped here on his way to Rome. Guests with an interest in history should not miss the Temple of Serapis, considered the city's symbol, the Flavian Amphitheater, and the Sanctuary of San Gennaro. During the hot summer months, the hotel swimming pool provides a cooling refuge. On-site dining is available at the Atena Restaurant, serving Italian and regional specialties, and guests can unwind after a long day with drinks at Dionisia Bar. The Hotel Gli Dei combines the rich history of Italy with a modern touch, an oasis of peace close to chaotic Naples.