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We very much enjoyed staying at this hotel. The location is fantastic -- right near the train station, and in an area packed with shops and restaurants. The old part of the city is a short walk away, and there is a lovely promenade along the seaside just a couple of blocks from the hotel. The hotel ...
The staff was absolutely amazing! Helped us with breakfast, where we had a reserved table all set up, printed out directions to a great restaraunt, just overall wonderful. Walls are thin, but room was spacious, a big shower and room for Europe! Lol! Best hotel we stayed at so far!
Found this hotel by chance on Expedia whilst driving through nearby Naples: booked in for one travelling night but was so good we ended up staying for 5 nights and then returning on way home! Very friendly, English-speaking owner and his charming wife made us welcome and views from the stunning terrace ...
We were able to check in early, which was appreciated. The room was beautiful; room 207 . Two separate bedrooms, so perfect for family of four. Walkabke to everything we wanted to see. Staff was excellent. Brrakfast was supposed to be till 9:30, but when I arrived at 9:20, there were no more eggs ...
The province of Salerno is packed with a range of hotels ready to welcome the large amounts of tourists that visit the scenic and historic region each year. The wide variety of accommodation on offer means that there are several B&Bs and hotels at mid-range prices. Search among the selection of three-star hotels and you could save money on beautiful rooms that come with private balconies, outdoor pools and on-site restaurants.
The city of Salerno itself is a lively place to stay. Look for accommodation in the beautifully preserved historic centre, then take excursions to the pastel hill towns of the Amalfi Coast. Other towns, such as Battipaglia and Pontecagnano, offer three-star accommodation that place you near some of the Salerno’s lesser-seen and oft-overlooked sights.
Find a spacious three-star hotel in Salerno with room for your whole family then go explore the family-friendly sights of the Gulf of Salerno. Head to the Paper Mill Museum in Amalfi and learn about how paper has been made from cotton and linen pulp in Amalfi for hundreds of years. The museum is in an atmospheric 13th-century mill and features functioning ancient equipment.
Take the kids to experience a different era of history in Villa Rufolo, a spectacular Roman mansion with panoramic views of the coastline.
Hop between the different museums and archaeological sites of the region. Children love the interactive exhibits of the Archaeological Museum of Salerno, which tells the story of the region in an entertaining way. Any kids who appreciate Greek myths and classical history will enjoy exploring the temples and ruined towns of the Paestum archaeological site.
One of the best ways to enjoy the scenery of Salerno is to take a boat out on to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Private excursions and group tours leave from the marina in Salerno and go on trips around the edges of the Amalfi coast. Bring your camera for unbeatable photos of the picturesque towns that decorate this famous stretch of Italy.