From check in to check out- service was wonderful and staff were extremely helpful. Hotel Eden Roc is an old world hotel with modern amenities. Their restaurant serves excellent food as well. It is a short walk to the beach area. Views are amazing!
We used Positano as our anchor for our trip to the Amalfi coast. Stayed in hotel for 10 days. Great decision. We loved the hotel. Beautiful view of the sea from our room as well as from the pool, dining room, breakfast room and off the lobby. We loved just hanging out at the pool. Breakfast was included and was fabulous. There is a shuttle to town which we only used once. We mostly used the stairs or road going down to the beach (only 650 steps to the beach).
Location at the top of the Positano foot path was ideal - close to great restaurants, shopping & beach. Small downside is the wifi is limited to the common floor. We chose a room with a balcony/view - so worth it. The patio was the same size as the bedroom with lounge chairs and table ideal for a glass of wine on the veranda.
Traveller from Colorado
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You can't beat the location. Covo di Saraceni is right on the beach in Positano. The pool overlooks the beach & village. It really is like a living postcard. The pool area is very nice. There is a bar, chairs & sofas for the full luxury affect. Attendants were super at taking care of our family of 5. During the busy season, I could see this area being too small, but April, May, June you should be good. The hotel was clean, our room was ready & had good space. We had a second deck with a hot tub. Porters bring your bags down from the road for 5 euros/bag. This is a separate service you can charge to your room. The lobby was small, but nice. The front desk staff was friendly enough, but anytime we had questions, they gave responses as though they new what they were talking about, but they didn't. This cost us too much of our free time & just added stress. The staff provided a US$ to euro exchange rate, then when I tried to get euros from them (same day) it was like I asked them to land me on the moon. The front desk also declined to help us when we asked about a restaurant a friend recommended. That restaurant, le Sirenuse, ended up being one of our most positive experiences of our trip. We understand competition between restaurants, but isn't the front desk supposed to be of some help. They have no concierge, and their desk staff is clueless...btw, we had to find our own room after check in..lol
Positano is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. The Hotel was sell situated , the room was great with a Jacuzzi tub , and great view.
The staff was fine. Bear in mind that breakfast was not included, despite no mention to this fact by hotel. Found this out WHEN GOT A $75 BILL for 3 days breakfast
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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.