I stayed at Le Sirenuse hotel for 5 days. This hotel has several rooms, some with terraces. I stayed in one of the expensive rooms with a terrace. The price was high (over 800 USD) so expectations were high. As soon as I saw the room I knew I was being ripped off-- it was small and noisy (close to the lobby). The hotel switched me to a quieter cheaper room on one of the lower levels which was damp and depressing. The staff acted like I was lucky to be there and the breakfast buffet often had flies buzzing around which was very annoying. On the positive side, the hotel did have great soaps and shampoos.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Le Sirenuse is a charming family owned hotel located in the heart of Positano. Opened in 1951 by the Sersale family who converted their summer house into a hotel with 12 rooms. The hotel has grown since then with the acquisitions of two neighboring houses to 59 rooms and suites. Le Sirenuse today is still run and managed by the Sersale family who ensure the same atmosphere of warmth and intimacy remain, while breathtaking views of the Mediterranean and the village of Positano make this an unforgettable place to spend a holiday. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Le Sirenuse