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It is a great location, views from the balcony are great. And this is it. The room is quite basic but very clean. However everything is quite old and frankly speaking the hotel is too pricy for what it has to offer. Breakfast is average,...More
Loved the location and the views of the sea. The bed is comfortable and the service is good. The minibar is basic, I would suggest you buy what you need at the grocery store that's 10 walk away. Ask for a renovated room ocean front...More
Mini bar lacking or mostly non-existant. Large bedroom with two twin beds and a cute little extra bedroom with one twin bed. Large bath with shower, no tub. Loved the location with view of ocean and cliffs on other side side.
We were very pleased with this hotel and location.
Breakfast buffet was good, lot's of cake but you can also find healthier options, scramble eggs, sausage, salami, fruits, large selection and cofee delicious. Only downside is that is opens at 7:30 and we often had...More
The Sole Splendid its not a new design hotel. Its not deluxe but the people who everyday meets us with a smile and effenciency gives a couple of stars xtra. Step by step Daria and Emilio are renovating the hotel. In 2 years they have...More
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We had a terrible experience getting there as we took the sorrento bus from the airport and it took 7 hours as we had to change buses twice. From Naples airport - come out the airport and turn left and go round the corner... More
We had a terrible experience getting there as we took the sorrento bus from the airport and it took 7 hours as we had to change buses twice. From Naples airport - come out the airport and turn left and go round the corner for the alibus into naples. From the bus station you need to get to the train station which is only a couple of minutes walk. Head for Mcdonalds and the station is just across the road. Take the train to Salerno. The bus to Maiori stops outside the station. I think it was the Amalfi bus. The buses are really busy and nobody queues, it is a free for all push and shove. some of the drivers are not keen to open the luggage hold and there is no comfortable room for luggage on the bus. Also if you do manage to get your luggage in the hold you will not get a seat. The bus takes an hour on a winding road so if you are standing it can be a bit uncomfortable. I would check out transfers/private hire.