The location of the hotel is desirable. We traveled all along the Amalfi Coast with a quick walk to the bus stop, the ferries and the beach. There are numerous shops and restaurants within yards/meters of the hotel. However when we got in our room which was situated in the back of the hotel, our room was amazingly quiet. Except for the birds and the church bells every 15 minutes. The lobby is just a pass through with a few seats. But the upper deck on the fifth floor with kitchen/bar/breakfast room is roomy and airy. The views at breakfast were awesome. Rooms had tiled floors, no screens on the windows, tightly spaced bathrooms and are fairly standard for all hotels in the area. The linens and floors were spotless and well-maintained. The pillows and mattresses were pretty hard. There were other reviews that complained about the older model televisions. Well, they replaced them with flat screens. But for the English-speaking, you get CNN, BBC, Sports and one other station. If you've traveled to the Amalfi Coast, and spent a full day traveling from the United States you won't be watching television in your room anyway! We had rooms off the hall which had a little private terrace the cleaning ladies hung the linens on. Which worked well for us to hang our bathing suits and towels after a day at the beach. There were five of us, two parents and 18, 16 and 12 year old and we were all happy staying at the Amalfi Hotel. Please note: hotels ask for your passports right away on check in and then return them. This is standard practice, so don't be alarmed.
Also, this hotel is up a flght of stairs between two buildings, around a corner, up a few more steps and would not be easily accessed by someone without two sturdy legs. Someone with a baby carriage or wheel chair might want to arrange access through the hotel's garage entrance at street level and take the lift up.
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