We ate lunch at the restaurant but did not stay at the hotel
The least expensive single room in the low season with breakfast is € 89,00.
The price are per persons.
One free night for stays of 7 nights or more. (except august).
5% discount for arrivals booked by 31 March 2010.
Honeymoons : Bottle of sparkling wine.
There is a private car park and the bus stop is near the hotel.
Amazing hotel with a fantastic staff!!If you travel around the Amalfi Coast you must pay a visit to this place. Dramatic scenary,gorgeous food (book a table for dinner on the terrace and you wont regret it!), immaculate rooms and an exclusive SPA with a beautiful terrace that overlooks the coast.The pool staff are the most attentive and professional that we have had so far during our holidays. Cold salviette,fresh fruit kebab, glasses cleaning service..... the pool experience at the Raito is unique.We truly reccomend this hotel!! Enjoy it
We were there for 2 days, and Roberto and his wife were very accommodating. Traveling with 5 adults and 1 child resulted in lots of luggage, but Roberto arranged for private transport that was affordable from Naples to his B&B. The view is gorgeous, the host/hostess were knowledgeable of the history and stuff to do in the area, and transportation was easy. We are a few minute's ride on the SITA bus to Amalfi and located nearly directly above the town of Atrani. If you want to visit Positano, Amalfi or Ravello, this would be a good place to stay.
Off the cliff, on the major roads to Ravello, Atrani, Amalfi and Positano. Gorgeous view of the ocean, with your own private patio area.
I had arrived at Amalfi in the dark at 7pm, phoned them for more details as had done in Salerno also and they had still seemed to be the best bet to find in the dark!, (and they were very helpful on the phone each time) and despite being approached from someone from Willys Hostel or whatever and trying to tell me that it was too far and too difficult to get to whereas his was closer even though he admitted he had a lot of steps and my bag was so heavy i was fed up and couldnt manage any more at this stage though he then of course offered to help me!, thankfully i went ahead with Agerola!
anyway i got a ticket from the shop across the road and got a 730pm bus to Agerola San Lazzaro - the bus driver was happy to point out when we were arriving at the square that the hostel was in. and up the bus went higher and higher and round and round winding and increasingly tighter winding road up and up! i could see the lights of the houses and amalfi below me and then we were obviously on top and off along more horizontal terrain.
It takes about 45 minutes to get up from Amalfi and about the same returning in the daylight as there are quite a number of stops to pick up people along the route - but its a scenic route especially in the day looking down to the coast directly below with houses built on the cliff sides and seeing on further to Amalfi.
With a bus going directly there it means its easy to find and minimal walking and bag carrying! and cheap bus ticket only a few euro. The hostel itself was cheap about 10 euro but no breakfast which is fine when you compare with the prices of hotels down at Amalfi or along the Amalfi coast! Its a bargain! and then you can easily find somewhere to eat and drink elsewhere.
The manager was english speaking and helpful. The rooms were basic but clean - but the big thing is that this hostel gives you the ability to stay on the amalfi coast so cheaply.
I was there in off peak season, ie November and it was quiet so i ended up having a 5 bed dorm to myself. there was a couple who had another dorm to themselves.
A drawback was the narrow rickety metal spiral staircase to get up and down and the bathrooms and toilets were below downstairs ....
I asked the manager if there was actually any view points of anything to see from up here and he said of course!!5 mins walk is the viewpoint over the ocean and down to Amalfi!! so time to rush and grab those sightings and back for the bus - buses returning to Amalfi were actually quite infrequent like 2 hours apart so i had to be careful to be up early for the 8 or 830 am bus. The manager of the hostel will be able to give you the timetable or the shop down at amalfi before you get on the bus up.
I only wish I could stay in this hotel for just a night or two. It's fantastic. The accomodations look fabulous. Marble baths, extraordinary decor, luxurious ammenities, and the use of several boats for cruising this azure bay. No doubt expensive, but worth every bit of the costs.
I've borrowed some of the photos from their web site...but you should explore some of the web site as well as some of the other hotels in this area. What a virtual day dream!!
CHECK THEIR WEBSITE...IT'S BEAUTIFUL! www.sirenuse.it
The architecture and positioning on the hillside with that amazing bay at your feet....and the fact that you can use a sailing or motor boat to spend an afternoon on the water ... all a great plus.
We had a great time here. Yes, it is a bit out of the way (though I did walk to Amalfi-probably took me over an hour, but I loved the views on the way), but there is a bus from Amalfi that passes directly by.
The room we stayed in was basic, just some beds (dorm-style), but there were a few lovely balconies and the rooftop to sit on and enjoy the surroundings. Private rooms were also available. A little kitchenette was available to cook your own food and there was a small bathroom. We were the only visitors at the time.
What makes this hostel special is the absolutely gorgeous views of the ocean that it offers. It is literally perched on the cliffs. It's a pretty strenuous walk up a long case of stairs to the hostel (quite funny since we both had considerable baggage with us!), but I'd say it's definitely worth it. I think I enjoyed my time at the hostel more than in Amalfi proper! There were lemons growing all around the balconies. Neighbours were out hanging their laundry. To think that some people wake up to this view every day!
I was searching a lot for a camping place, which would be in a nice, peacful place and I was lucky to find it. Camping Nettuno is located in a small village called Marina del Cantone.
It's very well organised, there are places for tents as well bungalows and mobil houses. Everyone can enjoy breakfast in a bar or buy food in a small mini mart. The prices are very good for 2 sandwiches and a bottel of water for a lunch you need to pay only 4.00E while at the beach bar you will pay for one sandwich and a bottel of water 5.00E
There is an entertaintment team which organize some fitness activities and music evenings.
The facilities are very good, guests who come with tents can use clean bathrooms and showers.
There is no pool and this is not one of this huge ***** camgrounds!
It's located on a hill so you have really amasing view, and you can exercise a bit climb up to the bar in the morning. Do not worry, you can do it!
The place is open form March to the 2nd November.
Errr, it's a camp-site, whaddaya expect?
But it's good fun, if you're prepared to rough it out for a couple of days. There are ample bathroom facilities, and some mosquitoes, but otherwise, it's a good place, rather convenient, very cheap!
So save on your accommodations, and splurge on your meals - although there isn't that much good food at Sorrento for the backpacker - it is an expensive town.
It's on a cliff, has a private beach attached, has great views within walking distance, and feels very rustic.
(It's a campsite!)
Lets just say that this place grows on you. First, you will probably be helped out by Anna, the owner or her daughter, who owns the place. Anna has, what you might call, a distinct persoanlity. Don't try and bargain for a discount, no matter what disability or memebership you have... its not going to work.
In spite of that debacle to start the process of checking in, everything from that moment forward was great. Anna lightens up once she knows you have paid and are normal people. The place is spotless; cleaned everyday during the lockout from 10-14:00. Yes, a lockout. But, what are you doing inside while on the Amlafi Coast? Breakfast was the best hostel breakfast of my trip.
So, if you are a backpacker, or looking for the cheapest accomodation in Positano, then this is the place for you.
The absolute best cappucino I had in Italy I had here... every morning. Also, she bakes these lovely, fresh croisants filled with your choice of marmalade or Nutella.
Hotel Panorama is a 4 star hotel in the small town of Maiori, with, as the name suggests, panoramic views of the beach. Breakfast is served buffet style, and the evening meal is a set menu with a choice of about 5 different dishes for each course. The food was excellent.
There is a roof terrace with a small swimming pool.
Rooms were basic, but clean and had a lovely view across the coast. It was nice to hear the sea at night.
I stayed in this hotel in October when the weather is not quite so hot, so it was slightly out of tourist season. The only complaint I would have is that there was no nightly entertainment, nor bars to go to nearby. You would maybe have to travel to Amalfi for some nightlife. I am not sure if this was due to the fact that it was not in the tourist season and perhaps more entertainment would have been put on in the hotel in the summer months.
Panoramic views from the roof garden.
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