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Help - one week to go...

TG2
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Help - one week to go...

My wife and baby (8 months) are travelling to the Amalfi coast next weekend. We have three nights booked in a hotel in Naples, and then have another 4 nights left in our one week break. We want to go to explore the coast but am finding that little is open in March.

Can someone please recomend some good hotels which are open that will allow us to see the beautiful Amalfi coast?

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1. Re: Help - one week to go...

Dear TG2,

The upscale Hotel Santa Caterina in Amalfi has an offer for rooms in March.

hotelsantacaterina.it/it/special_offers.html

The Luna Hotel in Amalfi also has a special price for rooms in March 2007:

http://www.lunahotel.it/hotel_rates.htm

If you have a car, Monte Brusara is an extremely simple Agriturismo above Ravello and if you just let them know your dates of stay, they'll reserve a room for you:

http://www.montebrusara.com

Although it's closer to Sorrento, I believe Torre Barbara in Vico Equense is open:

http://www.torrebarbara.it

I think sophie8 would know of other hotels open in Sorrento currently.

Buona Fortuna...

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2. Re: Help - one week to go...

Try the WWW.amalfitouristoffice.it Website and contact them by email at info@amalfitouristoffice.it

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