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I was so shocked by the similar view you can get at Casa Cosenza compared to Le Sirenuse at 10% of the price! Room n7 has an incredible terrace that was blissful to wake up to for our honeymoon. The rooms are adorable and so...More
Let's start with Josephine, incredibly warm owner-manager of the property. Without Josephine and her lovely daughters, our stay in Positano wouldn't be nearly as incredible and adventurous. Our trip begun with a pickup at the airport in Naples, in a really nice Mercedes-Benz van, arranged...More
Josephine & her daughters took good care of us while we stayed at Casa Cosenza. They made us feel at home and always wanted to ensure we were enjoying our stay. It felt as if we were staying at a 5 star hotel!
Our family of three stayed in apts. 13 and 14 and overall had a positive experience. The reward for navigating Positano’s infamous steps was the drop dead, gorgeous view from our large terrace. The rooms were clean but could use an upgrade ie new shower...More
My husband and I stayed 3 nights as part of our honeymoon in #10. The family of women who own and run Casa Cosenza were lovely and very helpful (disregard persons negative comment below as they have great service).
The room is clean and really...More
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We paid around 130 euro per night and stayed for 5 nights. It was very close to the beach so it was very convenient for us. Remember that Positano is a vertical city so there is a lot of climbing of stairs involved, so... More
We paid around 130 euro per night and stayed for 5 nights. It was very close to the beach so it was very convenient for us. Remember that Positano is a vertical city so there is a lot of climbing of stairs involved, so if you just plan to stay and lounge at the beach, then Casa Cosenza is perfect. I advise you take the boat to enter Positano, we didn't really enjoy the car ride. We only took the bus (which was such an effort because bus stop is a bit far) to see other sites in the coast of Amalfi. We went there in the beginning of June so it wasn't that hot yet. SO plan your trip around Spring or Summer so the sea in Positano and Amalfi wouldn't be that rough. Enjoy!