The view is spectacular Easy access to the area Plenty of things to see Great restaurants in the area.
This is a great boutique hotel. The location is perfect. The staff (Nello, Rosalia) makes you feel at home and the manager (Genaro) is extremely helpful. All appliances in the room were working just fine and the room was very spacious, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was also delicious and varied. ...
Clean, good breakfast, central location. Very old, uncomfortable beds. MANY stairs to climb so if you have a lot of luggage this is an issue. There is a lift that goes through restaurant on bottom floor owned by someone else but no signage letting you know it is there. We used it to bring our luggage ...
This B&B is beautiful.The owner is helpful. Recommend for young traveller!
We arrived early and were able to check in early - amazing to be able to do that!! The hotel is older but clean and comfortable. The breakfast is worth the additional charge - it was really good!
It was a perfect location, local to everywhere with easy access to surrounding areas. The staff were extremely helpful Would definitely recommend this hotel
Came here for our 10 year anniversary. Hospitality was tops and the staff was very friendly.
Hotel is in a such a great and covenient spot, mountain and water view, short walk to the ferries, buses and town square with restaurants and shops galore!! Rooms are nice and spotless with a small balcony , great shutters to block the daylight in the morning. Mini frig with sodas,water and beer.that ...
Unique property of historical interest. Friendly, professional and helpful staff.
The Cathedral of Amalfi, also known as Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, is one of the most iconic and important sights in Amalfi. It is also right in the heart of the town, which means that there are several places to stay within walking distance of the basilica.
Find a luxury four- or five-star hotel with views of the Cathedral of Amalfi’s chequered facade and gleaming pediment of the Duomo in the atmospheric town centre.
Walk up the hill, towards the Paper Mill Museum, for budget-friendly hotels looking down on the Cathedral of Amalfi.
One glance at the Duomo di Amalfi and you will be struck by its appearance. The cathedral dates back to the 13th century, although the facade was restored in the 1800s. Head out from your hotel to see the Cathedral of Amalfi’s intricate stone patterns around its arches and the majolica tiles that decorate the bell tower. The pediment’s image of Jesus seated on a throne, backed by glistening gold, is a particular highlight.
Walk up the large flight of stairs – which local superstition suggests you should do without holding hands – to reach a thick set of bronze doors. The doors were an 11th-century gift from an Amalfi merchant and are decorated with faded images of Christ and the Virgin Mary. Linger for a moment in the green Cloister of Paradise, a garden where you can enjoy remnants of Medieval frescoes.
The Cathedral of Amalfi is famous in the Catholic world for its relics associated with Saint Andrew. Explore the ornately decorated Crypt of Saint Andrew, where you can find an altar above the bones of Jesus’ disciple.
Saint Andrew is honoured further in the cathedral’s beautiful Baroque nave, where paintings depict scenes from his life. Check out the murals and see if you can find the silver bust of the saint. Head into the adjoining Chapel of the Relics, which contains other sacred items brought to Amalfi at the same time as Saint Andrew’s bones.
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