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
We had a very enjoyable week's stay in a hotel which was in a wonderful location overlooking the beach and town.
The hotel impressed with it's decor and all-round facilities.
We took all our breakfasts on the open air terrace and there was a full range of choices.
The staff were very helpful, polite and friendly.
We would certainly return if holidaying in same area.
Traveller from Essex, UK
Converted villa situated on Amalfi's promenade and beach overlooking the striking coastline, 100 metres from the …More
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.
The view from the lovely terraces, pool and sunning area was phenomenal!! The rooms were extremely outdated with old linens, walls were so thin we heard our neighbors all night long and heard the elevator going up and down as well! The breakfast buffet was good with a great view! The staff were very sweet and friendly!!!
Traveller from tn
Four-storey renovated 1950s cliff-top hotel overlooking the sea by Amalfi, located 800 metres from the town centre.Subtly …More
Location and view were great however the accommodation was not. Our room had no windows so there was no air flow. We found some small ants in the bed and on the floor of our bedroom. Breakfast was just okay nothing outstanding basicly rolls and cake and juice and coffee. I was happy that we were only there for one night
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.
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