If u have never been to the Amalfi Coast u must go it is simply spectacular. The NH Hotel is so good we are booking to go back again.
Fantastic views and location
It's not cheap but it is worth it.
Make sure you get a room with a balcony as the rooms can feel a touch claustrophobic
Situated in a 12th century Monastery featuring a 13th-century Norman-Arab cloister, the "Loggia" and the "Passeggiata dei …More
80 stairs are most difficult daily.very clean, great location, no pool. The male receptionist and male porter were most kind. Generally everyone was nice. Breakfast, simple but satisfactory, was a welcome treat to avoid going on stairs again. Beautiful views!! Bus and taxi ($$$$) only, no docks. Eat at Le Palma, mmmm!
Built into the mountain in the 1960s, it seems like an outdated hotel with few facilities. There are hours every day when you cannot get anything to eat except a snack at the beach or the pool (and there were times when you actually could not get anything to eat during the day). On arrival, my wife and I were given a room in the basement, which had a basement mold/mildew smell, and a plastic coated bedspread. We rejected the room, and thankfully because we book our stay through Expedia, we were given a room two stories higher (there are 5 stories of rooms), and this new room was acceptable (but not anything to write home about). The beach chaises and grounds are not particularly appealing. However, in spite of all these negatives, the views are amazing, the desk clerk was so amazing that we gave him a tip (which we think was generous), most of the wait staff was very nice, the food was good, and we enjoyed our stay. P.S. Driving along the Amalfi coast ia an indescribable experience that anyone likely will either love or hate.
We stayed 2 nights in June. Our room had a great sea view. The room was specious and had a beautiful fresco. The breakfast was excellent and the view from the terrace is amazing. The staff was more than helpful.
What can I say... Fantastic location, excellent hotel and friendly staff. We had a great time experiencing the Amalfi coast from this lovely hotel. Can not fault anything about it. The hotel has been in the same family for over 42 years and they have really pushed the boat out to keep the family atmosphere. Fantastic views as it is right on the sea front and close to everything. Breakfast was great with lots of choice. Lovely clean rooms and the swimming pool on the top terrace with great views across the bay and mountain landscape. Would recommend to anyone and we will certainly be visiting again. Make sure to book in the adjoining restaurant which is owned by the hotel, a truly gastronomic experiance. 5 star rating in my book!
Converted villa situated on Amalfi's promenade and beach overlooking the striking coastline, 100 metres from the …More
Great location, just outside Amalfi centre, and walkable as we did every night.
Would have been nicer to be 10 minutes nearer.
We were upgraded to the only suite in the hotel for €20 per night. Room was spotlessly clean with large terrace with table, chairs and loungers.
Breakfast was ok but very basic and never changed each day.
There is no pool, but most hotels dont offer the same either.
They strive for 3 star But thst is what they achieve.
A charming cluster of pastel houses, shops, cafés and watchtowers, Amalfi seems little more than a village. However it was a great naval power and a wealthy trading republic in medieval times. Its dramatic setting in jagged cliffs cloaked in vineyards is best seen from a boat. Amalfi’s star turn is a gorgeous cathedral with great bronze doors and lacy cloisters. The nearby village of Atrani is quiet and pretty, with a fine Byzantine church.