A gorgeous room with a beautiful view in the most stunning location. The staff were really helpful, kind and knowledgeable about local tours, transport and activities. This was a really great base to visit the amalfi Coast, naples, sorrento and pompeii.
Very cute little hotel in Positano. Staff is very nice and helpful. Rooms are clean and view is amazing from balconies. Only issue (not hotel's fault) is the hotel is located fairly high up in Positano, so it's a trek to get down to the port/central area and back up. Otherwise, great experience and I would recommend to others.
This hotel is situated in the perfect location in Positano. Close to the main beach & restaurants. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Overall room is much better than what the picture shows on the website. I have stayed in other hotels in Positano which were much more expensive but I would recommend to stay in this hotel more than the others
Traveller from Adelaide South Australia
The Hotel Savoia is a historical hotel run by the D'Aiello family since 1936. The building, enlarged at first during War …More
Specified twin beds and got a double, we were four friends traveling together and preferred not to sleep in the same bed. The chairs did fold down but were not comfortable to sleep on. The layout was confusing as well and the restaurant had only a few options to eat. We stayed only one night and it was fine.
As we arrived we were greeted by the staff , they gave us a tour of the hotel and then to our room, Tony brought us glasses of prosecco to welcome us, the view from our room was amazing, the room was nice , clean n roomy , breakfast had a lot to offer , the hotel Resturant was excellent and all of the hotel staff were very friendly and polite , I definitely will be returning to the Eden Rock..
We loved staying here. We were in room 202. It has a large balcony with a table and 4 chairs which overlooks Spiaggia Grande. The room has a loft with a twin bed and a pull out sofa which sleeps an additional 2. There is a small kitchen hidden in a cupboard that houses a small bar fridge and. 2 ring electric stove. Rosa, the lady that sees to the daily running of the hotel, is quite quirky. She definitely understands more English than she lets on. In front of the hotel there is a small sand area that has about 8 sun lounges and serval deck chairs. This is free for guests. There are also large umbrellas, however it was quite the ordeal to get Rosa to put one up. Eventually, after much gesturing from another couple that came along, she agreed to raise one. it was exceptionally clean and tidy. We have stayed on the hill on previous visits, but enjoyed this position more. We would gladly stay here again on our return to Positano.
Traveller from Melbourne
"The Caravella on Positano's Beach" will suit not only couples but also those with small children. A great spot from which to …More
A desirably picturesque tourist haunt, Moorish-style houses cling to Positano’s steep hillsides. It’s a pleasant walk down to the small grey beach and fishing harbour via narrow, flower-decked alleyways and steps, but the return journey takes some effort (luckily there’s a bus). A domed church is Positano’s main landmark. The town celebrates the Feast of the Assumption on 15th August by re-enacting a famous victory against the Saracens.