Lots has been written about this hotel. It is all correct. The hotel had arranged for our pick up at Amalfi harbour at 03.00am after we left a party in Capri still at full swing, and we were whisked straight up to the Rosa Suite which is split on 22 levels and overlooks the beautiful blue sea. Nothing was missing, and the staff had even laid out a late night supper of Italian delicacies to welcome us. We only spent 2 nights and lazed by the pool most of the time, but we were definitely looked after as well as anywhere in the world. We ate at the lovely restaurant and watched the full moon reflect in the water far below. All-in-all it is an old world version of the Burj Al Arab (and without the gold and glitz) and definitely a place we will return to one day.
Beautiful Family run hotel on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Steps down to the Mediteranean where you can swim. Mid level deck for sun bathing. Beautiful views. Fair to good resturant. Bathrooms in need of a little repair.
Traveller from Princeton, Ill
The hotel is located near the Fiord of Furore, a few kilometres from Amalfi and Positano, set in-between descending cliffs …More
We stayed at Le Terrazze for 5 nights. They are conveniently located above the beach with restaurants close by. Rooms have a great view and are very comfortable. Breakfasts were always well stocked and the coffee was really nice. Reception helped us when we had questions and always had a smile.
We look forward to visiting them again.
Traveller from London
Le Terrazze is a charming 3 star hotel in the Amalfi coast situated in Conca dei Marini ancient village and boasting an …More
"Fabulous View, Great Base to Explore Amalfi Coast"
We found this hotel/B&B to be perfect for our needs. Irma upgraded us to a double room with private terrace which had a gorgeous view. Furore and this hotel is well up the mountain from the coast road and so it is like being perched on the side of a mountain with a bird's eye view of the coast and sea below. Our hostess, Irma was absolutely amazing. The day before our arrival, she had suffered a serious burn to her face in the kitchen. An injury that would have had most owners closing their resort, but Irma kept right on, smiling through the pain and working tirelessly to provide an excellent stay for us. Her breakfast was delicious with her homemade breads and jams. She is so kind about offering travel advice about what to see and helping to organize restaurant reservations etc. We were most impressed with her as a hostess and as a wonderful person.
The room is spacious, with a bar fridge, TV and very comfortable bed and a walkout to our own private and secluded terrace, the view from which is breathtaking!
It is a small hotel and so very quiet with only a few other guests. There is free parking a short distance away, but it is a bit of a climb to get to it. Also, there are steps down from the road making it difficult to get your luggage in and there are steps from the room to the breakfast and reception area, which would be challenging for some, but that is not unusual in Amalfi, which seems to be nothing but steps.
All in all, a wonderful experience. Highly recommend.
Traveller from Ancaster, Canada
Ancient structures of XIX century, surrounded by the green of lemon groves. The house stands in a privileged position. It is …More
This was our third stay at the Belvedere - it is by far our favourite hotel anywhere. From the moment you arrive you are made to feel special - the staff everywhere in the hotel are wonderful, the views to die for, the rooms well appointed and comfortable, breakfast on the terrace something worth getting up for, dinner in the restaurant in the evenings delicious. I can't praise this place highly enough - and I can't wait for our next visit.
Traveller from Portsmouth, UK
The Belvedere hotel is located directly on the seafront of the town of Conca dei Marini, a beautiful Italian fishing village …More
Pocket Guide: Amalfi Coast Fiordo di Furore Hotels
This stunning inlet, a narrow beach on the Tyrrhenian surrounded by high cliff walls, is said to have been a hiding place for bandits in times gone by. The picturesque buildings from the old village seem to climb up the rock face in the traditional style of the Amalfi coast, and there is a small museum in the old paper mill. A path leads visitors to the colorful village of Furore above.
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