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Albergo L'Antico Convitto
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Reviewed 5 October 2013

An impressive staff always there for help, advice and a small talk. The hotel is right in the centre of the town close to the famous old Cathedral. The harbor, beach and bus station are at a short walking distance. The hotel is very quiet. The room was clean and comfortable. They served us a good breakfast with fresh fruit, marvelous italian coffee, cheese and ham. We very much enjoyed our three weeks stay here. The hotel is very recommendable.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Haukaas
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

Just stayed two nights in Room 8. Rooms 7, 8 and 9 have the view of the Cathedral spire. Clean, modern and very comfortable room. Large room by Italian standards. Definitely 4 star. Pleasant professional staff. Good breakfast with freshly squeezed orange juice, fresh fruit and yoghurt, boiled eggs; along with the usual European options. Nice cappuccino too.
We had a hire car and payed E20 per day for long term parking in the nearby underground car park. The hotel can send you parking advice if you ask. GPS makes hire car driving in Italy much more pleasant. Salerno up to Amalfi was doable. Amafli to Sorrento would be more challenging.
At E120 per night our stay was good value too.

Room Tip: Some rooms eg 7, 8 and 9 look to the distant sea over roof tops and the Cathedral spire. If you get another room just go up the roof top terrace on Level 4 for an even better outlook.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank KeenPhotographer-11
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

I can't rate this hotel highly enough. The location just off the main street of Amalfi and but a stone's throw from the Duomo is perfect. There's even a supermarket right by the entrance. The staff were always on call for help, advice and a joke. From the moment we arrived - hot and dusty from a long journey - we were made to feel welcome, and nothing was too much trouble. The hotel shares the building with another hotel, a B&B and other enterprises, and is oddly laid out with reception on the 3rd floor and some of the rooms on the 1st - upside down, as it were. Our room was beautifully decorated with a high vaulted ceiling, cool local tiles and a very well appointed bathroom. The breakfast was eclectic and always with something delicious one wanted to eat. There was no sense of 'not being allowed'. We asked for a kettle and tea- bags: "Of course! Of course!" We wanted to hang out some laundry on the roof: "Of course! Of course!" And we took our breakfast on a tray up to the same roof terrace with its stunning views over the rooftops to the Campanile of the cathedral and the blue Mediterranean beyond. Though our room look down onto the street below, the double-glazed French Windows were very effective; when closed the room was almost silent but for the quiet hum of the air-conditioning. Highly to be recommended.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Brinkwells
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

We really enjoyed our stay here. It was in the centre of town, not east to find on your own but they sent a porter to collect us and our luggage from the main square. The hotel was very quiet, a great spread for breakfast and a very pleasant roof terrace on which to take your breakfast.The staff were very friendly and helpful.

Room Tip: We had a junior suite which had a bathroom with shower and a separate Jacuzzi tub in the room.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank keithholloway
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Reviewed 30 September 2013

On September 5th, my wife and I spent the day exploring the ruins at Pompeii, under a hot sun. We then drove over the spine of the Amalfi peninsula (great drive!) coming down to Amalfi via Ravello. We were celebrating 25 years of marriage, and this day also happened to be my wife's birthday. I had been in Amalfi 33 years previously and was a bit anxious: would current day Amalfi live up to the wonderful memories from 1980?

Over the previous weeks, I had been in touch with Antonella from the hotel: could she arrange flowers? Of course! Could she arrange for a bottle of Prosecco? Absolutely! On second thought could she replace the Prosecco with my wife's favourite champagne? Good idea, no problem! And where do I park the car? Luna Rossa garage, here's how it works. Then, 48 hours before we arrived, I asked her if, when we arrived at the front desk, I could quietly slip her a birthday card, without my wife noticing, and then when she brought us to our room she could prop it against the champagne bucket (as if I had mailed it to the hotel ahead of time). No problem. Finally, as it will be her birthday, can she recomment and arrange for a reservation at a great restaurant? Of course!

I am explaining all this to illustrate that no request was too much, and Antonella and her colleagues just went out of their way to make our stay absolutely wonderful. After we had checked in, sipped our champagne, had a shower, and got comfortable, I dropped by the front desk to ask Antonella a question. She took the opportunity to ask me if everything was ok and if the surprise worked out. When I said yes, the look of relief on her face was marvelous to see: she genuinely was concerned. This was no jaded hospitality industry wage earner! And as to the bouquet of flowers we ordered, we could not believe how big and beautiful it was!

The ladies at the desk had a discussion amongst themselves regarding which restaurant we should go to: "Should it be restaurant X? Great food but the atmosphere is not as romantic. What about restaurant Y? That's better". They really were concerned about getting it right. When I explained to them that we were both foodies and that we had heard that there was a Michelin-starred restaurant in town, they ended up making a reservation at La Caravelle, followed, the next day, by lunch at Marina Grande. Later on, when they were replaced at the front desk by Ferdinando, I commented to him that we were going to La Caravelle. A cloud came over his face. I interpreted it that he thought the restaurant was very expensive. He was correct, it was, but it was also a great foodie experience. Ferdinando recommended we eat at Al Teatro, which we did the next night. There we had a different kind of foodie experience, eating on a slightly rickety table in a small alleyway. After all our restaurant experiences, the staff were asking us if everything went well. Indeed! We did not have a bad meal in Amalfi.

So far this review concentrates on the staff. But the hotel itself was close to perfect, and superb value for money. There were a couple of minor problems with our room: the sink did not drain and a towel rack was broken. I mentioned it to the staff, we went for a brief walk in town, and when we got back everything was fixed. Breakfasts were the usual Italian fare, but with fresh squeezed juice and soft boiled eggs. And the best sugar doughnuts! No complaints for the price we were paying! This place is real value for money.

Location is perfect. Right off the main street, but absolutely quiet. Not too far to get to from the parking lot (make sure your luggage has wheels, but they will arrange a golf cart transport, if you request it). And the rooftop terrace was a great bonus both for breakfast and end of day relaxing. Our room had a bit of a sea view. Maybe it would have been nice to be in a hotel right on the water, with a complete sea view and balcony, but we would surely have paid much more and it probably would not have been as quiet. In my opinion it would not have been worth it.

Of all the places we stayed in during our three weeks in Italy, this was by far the best in terms of value for money. And then to top everything, when we left we were given a nice little bottle of Limoncello, with a hand written card from the staff. A delighful touch to conclude a birthday celebration.

Conclusion: don't look elsewhere, book Antico Convitto right now!

Room Tip: We had room 7. It had windows on two walls and probably the best view of all the rooms. The bathroom was spacious. I would not hesitate to book the same room again
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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