What a wonderful stay! Beautiful location! Wonderful and helpful staff. Arranged for laundry service!!! Very much appreciated!! Couldn't have had lovelier views!! Spacious, clean, and comfortable rooms with a nice outdoor patio/balcony! We would definitely return!!!
Traveller from Long Island, NY
Le Terrazze is a charming 3 star hotel in the Amalfi coast situated in Conca dei Marini ancient village and boasting an …More
My niece and I had a wonderful experience at locanda they made us feel right at home as soon as we got out from our bus. The staff was very kind and helpful I will gladly recommend this hotel friends and family members overall experience perfect.
Traveller from florida
The hotel is located near the Fiord of Furore, a few kilometres from Amalfi and Positano, set in-between descending cliffs …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
My husband and I spent a wonderful 3 days at La Conca Azzurra, and our only complaint was that we didn't have more time to enjoy all they had to offer.
-Incredibly helpful staff. They'll arrange private transportation to/from the hotel from the major airports, or help you figure out public transportation if you'd like to save money. They'll give you tips on other things to do in the area, including their own ferry service to a nearby private island or to Pompeii. They'll whip out a first aid kit if you scrape your knee on the cliffs. They're all friendly and kind.
-Private swimming area. There are large public and paid-access beaches within a mile or two of the hotel, but for most of our trip, we were content with the private deck carved into the rock that was a short walk from the hotel itself, and for hotel guests only. Two sets of beach chairs under shady awnings, a small extension of the restaurant that serves lunch and beverages, a raised still pool that heats up during the day like a mini jacuzzi (though there was a real hot tub up at the hotel), and easy access to the delicious sea. We spent an entire day lying by the water, reading, having lunch, sipping wine, and slipping into the water.
-Gorgeous views. Whether from your private balcony, the rooftop terrace, the dinning room's patio, or the private swimming area by the water, the views are outstanding.
-Excellent food. Our meals at the hotel were among the best we had anywhere on our whole trip.
Traveller from New York, NY
This hotel on the coast of Amalfi, with private beach (on the rocks), has been created from a splendid coast house in a …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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