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Residenza del Duca Hotel
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Reviewed October 10, 2011

What a beautiful little hotel over looking the church and rooftops of gorgeous Amalfi!

We stayed in the Gisulfo II room which had a king bed, private terrace, small refrigerator and air conditioning. One set of french windows looking out to the ocean and a small piazza and another leading onto a private terrace complete with huge sunbeds, umbrella and small table and chairs, what more could u want?
The staff were lovely and always helpful and smiling. Breakfast was certainly simple by Aussie standards but that was the case everywhere in Italy, to the Italians croissants, cold meats, fruit and cheese IS breakfast, its different and that is why u travel to the other side of the world.
The stairs were no problem at all, yes about 70 or so but I am not fit at all and was not concerned with them, just took my time.
The town tour offered to tourists was very interesting and helps u appreciate the history of Amalfi, it was nice of the hotel owners to tell us about it and book us in.
From here:

-Positano was a great day trip!! Shopping here was great so take some extra $$$.
-Ravello is also DEFINITELY not to be missed. Catch the bus up, take a camera with a LOT of battery and space. You must eat at the Hotel Villa Maria for lunch, amazing food on outdoor terrace, 5 star service and the most spectacular veiw!!!!

We loved Amalfi, its surrounding towns and Hotel Residenza!!!

Oh!! if you want real italian food where the locals eat go to Trattoria Da Maria Pizzieria!! Woww was the food here amazing and it is right on the main cobblestone street so easy to find.

Thanks for an amazing stay!

Room Tip: Gisulfo is the one with the terrace and is worth the extra $$
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 2, 2011

All of the reviews here have covered the good points and I can only concur: friendly staff, spotless rooms, fridges, air con, simple but good breakfast and lovely outdoor terrace. We had two rooms during our stay; a simpler cheaper room at the back and then the most expensive room at the front with the private deck. I have to say that both are stunningly and tastefully decorated. However the cheaper room had a tiny shower and suffers from continual footfalls of neighbours above and beside. Our experience in this room was one of the noisiest in Italy. How pleasant then to move rooms and find no one above us, a lovely view of the square below but best of all, a huge shaded deck with divinely comfortable sun lounges to while away the afternoons on. Of course Amalfi is as noisy as any other Italian town (they would probably say its peaceful) so you need good noise canceling headphones on for peace but we didn't find the screaming kids mentioned in another review too bad. The church bells are endless though and seriously get a bit much. We stayed here on a Sunday and it's crazy with weddings, spontaneous roaming bands and miscellaneous fireworks displays. Thankfully each night the noise dissipates and sleep is good. The windows are double glazed and shuttered and the beds are terrifically comfortable with 5 star pillows - lofty and not too soft. In five weeks of travelling I have been yet to find such great pillows! Also tea and coffee facilities in each room is something we take for granted but rarely seen in Europe so this is another plus. Just bear in mind that you will have to climb the 76 steps from the street to your room each day and I saw every guest puffing from the climb. Also the wifi has patchy coverage but does make it into the expensive rooms most of the time. It's fine in the lounge and breakfast area though. All up, a great stay.

  • Stayed: October 2011
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Thank bckpckrau
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Reviewed September 29, 2011

Residenza was a charming little hotel. The owners are father and son and they were extremely nice and helpful. The breakfast area has a nice outdoor patio that we enjoyed. I loved hearing the church bells and the view from our room was a little piazza with lots of little outdoor restaurants.
The only drawback is the number of stairs to the hotel (99 if you count them all). But, since you're in Italy and you're eating pasta and gelato... 99 steps isn't a bad thing!

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Diane L
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Reviewed September 26, 2011

One of the nicer hotels I stayed in during my travels, the staff were helpful but I do believe I booked a room with a sea view, which we did not get rather a large "French" door overlooking a small (10ft) square with restaurant seating. The breakfast was pleasant enough. About 70 steps to the hotel but it's quite easy to find as Amalfi is quite small in itself. You cannot get WiFi in the rooms and therefore have to resort to sitting on the terrace or in the breakfast room to get a signal. Our towels and cups were also taken an not replaced so after a day out in Sorrento we had to chase that up when we got back. Ok for the price though, one of the cheaper places to stay in Amalfi.

Room Tip: Book the cheapest room because I don't believe you'll get the superiour twins even if you book it...
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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Thank newoln
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Reviewed September 21, 2011

Nice B and B, nice family atmosphere. I read previous reviews so I was prepared for all 76 steps to the inn, the church bells etc. If you have mobility issues this isn't the place for you (actually the whole town of Amalfi for that matter)
We stayed in the Gisulfo II room which had a king bed, private terrace, small refrigerator and air conditioning. Bed was comfortable and room was clean. Breakfast was straight forward, bread, fruit, meats and cheeses and coffee.
Adreas at the front desk was helpful to answer all our questions and provide suggestions for places to eat. They prefer you pay in cash if possible.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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