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Pietra di Luna Hotel
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Reviewed 4 August 2012

Our first impression of this hotel was that the reception area and dining area were very modern, but upon arrival in our room this was definitely stuck in the year of 1969. However, everything was clean and fully functional and it was noted that the maids cleaned very thoroughly as I lost an earring back on the floor and the next day it appeared on the dressing table. Beds were changed daily. The beach beds and towels were free of charge and there was never an occasion when two were not available. The beach is pebbly and what little sand there is was extremely hot to walk on, but was just across the main road from the hotel. Breakfast was adequate, but don't expect any fry ups. However, the staff were very friendly and would cook you any sort of eggs if requested. Dinner was a lovely experience, as not only did they serve it from your table but the waiters and head waiter could not do enough to please us and the service was excellent. There was only a choice of three starters, that were huge, and three mains consisting every night of one meat, fish and vegetarian, and three desserts, two of which were ice cream and fresh fruit bowl. The quality of the food, the cleanliness of the rooms and the staff being so helpful and friendly would make us return to this hotel. Maiori is a typical little Italian village with a few shops and bars in a good location for trips i.e. Capri, Pompei and Ravello/Amalfi. Do hop on the open top bus which stops not far from the hotel as this was a lovely trip to Amalfi and not too expensive.

Room Tip: our rooms had balconies facing a side street, try and get front of hotel rooms facing the sea.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank sarah k
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Reviewed 4 August 2012

Stayed in July in a standard room. Our first impression was that the bathroom was very cramped. The room itself was pleasant enough, but, as others have reported, the bed was rock hard! However, this was made up for by the fabulous welcome in the restaurant. We found the waiters to be friendly, amusing and efficient. The food itself (ordered on the night) was excellent. There was a choice of three starters, three main and three sweets. My wife is a coeliac and they happily provided gluten free pasta and bread on request.
Maiori we found to be quiet compared to bigger Italian resorts but it was ok.
The pool was never crowded and we always got a sunbed. We tried the beach once but found it gritty and a bit claustrophobic.
Overall, it was an excellent holiday and we would certainly consider returning.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank ArthurRamone
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Reviewed 2 August 2012

Apologises for the delay in submission. Stayed a week in the Pietra di Luna, first impressions were fine, staff friendly, general cleanliness acceptable. Stayed on fourth floor, with view to left of the sea front. The room was average sized, though the bathroom was a little cramped. No bath just a shower with curtain, with the water temperature fluctuating between hot and cold. A mini bar is provided with chilled bottled water. Tip: Don't pay for the mini bar water, buy cheaper at local supermarket and chill. Just remember to remove it prior to daily room service or a charge will be levied. There was a safe within the room. The bed was an absolute nightmare! Rock hard to the point of my checking to ensure that it was a mattress not just a sheet of wood! Hotel meals were passable, nothing to write home about, with a repetition of menu by the fifth or sixth day. Hotel has private beach area which though a tad crowded was fine, with towels provided. Never saw the swimming pool being used, and all meals had to be eaten inside rather than out on the terrace. A good location to see the area. Tip: Don't use the hotel laundry service, clothes dry quickly on the balcony. Tip: We were advised (reception and tourist info) that a taxi from Maiori to Revello is around £35 each way. Instead take the open top sightseeing bus to Amalfi, then onto Revello, though be aware that it may get booked up early. Take the jet boat to Capri.

Room Tip: Get a sea view, and be aware of the bed!!!!!!!!!!
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank HarleyD883
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Reviewed 2 August 2012

We really couldn’t fault this Hotel, the staff were all excellent especially the dining room staff. The views and the location are amazing. The pool was excellent, the beach was small as most are in this area and you will need to watch children if they are going into the sea. The food was very good although the vegetarian options are limited as they are in most Italian hotels. The bus stops were outside and you could easily access all of the local areas of interest.

Rooms were spotless with and quite spacious, although the air conditioning is not the best and only stays on from lunch time until 12 (sometimes a couple of hours extra).

You get a real feel for Italy on the Amalfi coast it’s a really beautiful place and not as crowded as the other side (Sorrento). Things can be a bit slow on an evening however there are plenty of bars and restaurants. We took my 16 year old and 8 year old daughters who really enjoyed the experience especially the little one who made a couple of friends.

If you want to see the coast travel to Amalfi and get one of the boats it’s very easy and much more cost effective than using organised tours. However I would suggest something organised Pompeii on your first visit.

One word of warning as they are not as many tourists or English people as other areas such as Sorrento, prices and menus in a lot of restaurants will change when they know you are a tourist. This was very disappointing and we received some very expensive bills until we took advice. There are reasonably priced bars and restaurants if you ask somebody in the hotel. Also stay away from local sellers on streets and markets in general in all of the local towns, a favourite trick is to agree a price and then short change you then argue the price was higher than agreed. Experiences like this really soured the holiday. There are also a couple of supermarkets near which are a great deal cheaper than local shops.

On the whole we would love to back as there was so much more we could visit in 2 weeks.

Thank you Pietra Luna Hotel

Room Tip: All rooms have good views except the back.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank DBW023
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Reviewed 31 July 2012

I have just returned from 1 week in Maiori with my wife and 2 teenage girls, staying at the Pietra Di Luna.
I was extremely pleased with both the hotel and resort, and am planning to return.
I couldn't fault the resort at all.
Having stayed in many hotels in Europe which are usually over-rated, i was pleasantly surprised to find that this hotel should be classed higher probably as a 4*.
The service was about the best i have ever experienced in any hotel, and the rooms were very clean.
The only thiong that maybe let it down was that although the food was good quality, it became a bit repetative on half board, and the breakfast should provide hot food.
Because of this we ate out on the last 2 nights, but the hotel allowed us to swap the evening meal for lunch which was good.
The resort is great. In my opinion, it is the best on the Amalfi coast.
Amalfi caters for the day trippers hopping on and off ferries/buses etc. and as a result is very busy and over priced.
Minori is a smaller version of Maiori and is still good.
Maiori is where the Italians holiday which is a good sign, and is much cheaper than Amalfi.
If we staying 2 weeks we would have tried the excursions out to Pompeii, Capri, or Ischea.
It is much cheaper to sort out your own excusions than go through the tour operator.
Do the sightseeing open topped bus to Amalfi, every hour for 3Euro where you are guaranteed a seat. The standard bus service is marginally less but you 'll be standing in a cramped bus.
One thing to beware.
Do not go to the Eldorado bar on the beach front on an evening !
It was where the Thomsons rep greeted us on the first day, and obviously they got a pay back.
It was the only place that was over priced, and incredibly charged us 10Euro for the 'music', which we thought was only there for a joke as it was laughable.
It was the one place that made us pay when the drinks arrived at the table rather than charging when you get up to leave. Obviously because they must get people refusing to pay for the music when they get the final bill.
Apart for the Eldorado everything else was just about perfect.
I would say that this resort was more suited to young families than teenagers.
All in all i great holiday.
Cheers
P

Room Tip: You pay more for a superior room on the front of the hotel. We had a room at the side which was perfectly adaquate.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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