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All reviewsamalfi coastsea frontrooms overlookingexcellent barbath showergood sizea lovely sea viewsmall balconyside streetrenovated roomtour repprivate beach areabeds were very comfortablelovely roomnice breakfastclose to shopsa lot of noise
Having spent a few days in Rome and Sorrento, this hotel was a real surprise.
Everything seemed new and clean. The staff were courteous and helpful. The pool is tucked in near the garden of lemons, kiwi, orange and grapefruit which made it very relaxing...More
Reginna Palace is a classic hotel complex, situated right on the beach. It does have a bit of tacky and a feel of a conference venue around it.
Very small rooms and a breakfast consisting of things more or less sweet and the reception couldn't...More
We booked this hotel as it was advertised as 4star with a private beach. In reality, and from past experience it is more 3 star.
The staff are lovely and the pool is great, but ........
We booked a superior room. It was a good...More
We stayed here as part of a Newmarket holidays travel package. We chose bed and breakfast over half board which for us was a good choice. There are plenty of nice places to eat out within easy walking distance. The hotel is very clean and...More
Very nice hotel and very nice breakfast. Staff were helpful and friendly. The room is average, but that didn't matter as the location is great and you'll only go to the room to sleep. Really enjoyed our stay!
The beach is very expensive to use. The front row of sun beds/umbrellas costs €30 per day for 2 beds. The second row is €25, and the third row is €20. Needless to say, hardly anyone uses it. Also the hotel beach bar with... More
The beach is very expensive to use. The front row of sun beds/umbrellas costs €30 per day for 2 beds. The second row is €25, and the third row is €20. Needless to say, hardly anyone uses it. Also the hotel beach bar with primitive toilets and a changing room, is a disgrace.
We counted 10 sun beds around the pool area, which we considered totally inadequate for the size of the hotel. We never managed to find an unoccupied one.
It would probably be worth enquiring about the prices of other sections of the beach, or just use the public parts.