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Our room #324 was large junior suite with a separate room for the frig and an additional small room which had a folding bed. The bathroom was strange as you had to walk up 3 steps to the sink. Shower large. Balcony had an ocean...More
The hotel is excellent, staff is extremely nice and friendly. The pool is quite big, there are plenty of sun beds. The restaurant serves a good breakdast ( no fresh juices thou) and very good lunch, with extremely fresh grilled vegetables, fresh homemade pasta or...More
Mamela Hotel is nice and located in a quiet area. The pool area is clean, the bedroom and bathroom were very large. It is a bit of a walk from where the cab drops you off to where the hotel is located, but its nice...More
We were recommended Hotel Mamela by two friends who had been really happy there - confirmed! We stayed only 2 nights, but enjoyed our stay a lot - our room had a relaxing, quiet view of garden and town, and a very nice, typical décor.The...More
We have been staying at Mamela for most of the last 10+ years for between 2-4 weeks in July. The staff caters to our every need from the owners, the front desk managers, the housekeepers and the dining staff. The rooms are very spacious and...More
Response from bella2767 | Reviewed this property |
The position is perfect as the Island is small , we loved that mamela was just out of the main hustle and bustle of the square but a 5 min walk to the main piazza and two min to the nearest restaurant.
Response from travelstl | Reviewed this property |
There were no stairs to get from the main square/transportation hub to the note Mamela. But, it was a distance of maybe three or four US blocks. The sidewalks were very nice, but there was some elevation gain and loss on... More
There were no stairs to get from the main square/transportation hub to the note Mamela. But, it was a distance of maybe three or four US blocks. The sidewalks were very nice, but there was some elevation gain and loss on the sidewalks to get to the hotel.
We did not fly into Capri. Instead we took a boat from the mainland as part of an extended trip. I do not recall seeing an airport on Capri, but I might have missed it. What I recall was people flying into Naples and then taking a high speed ferry to Capri. If that is the case, then one would have a cab ride from the Naples airport to the port, then the cost of the ferry, then maybe a cab or whatever from the Capri port to the center of the city.