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Mami Camilla
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Reviewed 9 October 2011

We stayed in the dorms which were very clean and comfortable! Laura at the front desk was very helpful when we booked a boat tour to Capri- something everyone should do! Not super impressed with the dinner, but the breakfast was great. The property itself is a bit rundown, but very homey and comfortable, and we felt the value was excellent. Overall a great stay! Will stay closer to Sorrento next time though.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 September 2011

We just got back from a trip to the Amalfi Coast and to Mami Camilla’s cooking school and accommodation (www.mamicamilla.com). The entire Longo family was amazing at making our stay wonderful. They are attentive to every need and plan every conceivable trip or outing that you might want. Some people stay there just for the wonderful breakfasts and nice, low-cost rooms. They are easily accessible by train and bus and are close to the beach. They also have a wonderful cooking school on site, and serve amazing 4-5 course dinners to anyone who signs up before 6PM. The cooking classes, cheese making demonstrations, wine tasting, and olive oil tour were a highlight of our trip because we felt they gave us a glimpse into the real lives of the people of the Sorrento area. All their tours were hosted by friends of the family instead of commercial trips that are offered on line and in the tourist hotels. Best of all, we felt that the Longos took us in and treated us like family for the week that we were there. It was truly a unique travel experience for us – much more intimate than what we’ve experienced to date when travelling in Europe. So for all of you foodies please take a look at this wonderful little home away from home in the Sorrento area.
Sincerely,
Donna Fallon

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank MissyLynn22222
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Reviewed 18 September 2011

Very small room - had a rustic feel. Bathroom facilities were basic - the shower and toilet were in a very small space. The sink was seperate from them and located in the room.

The hotel offers the opportunity to attend a cooking school, which looks fab! Unfortunately as we were only stopping over for one night we didn't take advantage of this.

Breakfast was good, a rather different selection of foods to choose from, as a lot of what was on offer was the food left over from the cooking school! I thought this was great as there was such a huge variety of foods to choose from.

This hotel is perfect for those who are on a budget and travelling. The atmosphere was good - guests happily sat round talking in the reception and outside area. Easy to make friends - at breakfast you sit on large tables with other guests.

20 minute walk from the centre of Sorrento.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 September 2011

This is the second time we have been to Italy. In 2005 we visited Rome, Florence and Venice plus side trips. The trip in July of this year was to see the Amalfi Coast and a cooking school for my wife at Mami Camilla, where we also had a room for a week. Mami Camilla was the best of all the B&B's and hotels we have stayed at during both trips to Italy. The customer service and breakfast, as well as the gourmet four course dinners, were nothing but outstanding. Laura and her sister Odelia, daughters of the owner, were very professional and always willing to help with questions, tours etc. Odelia makes the best Cappuccino's! Also Amanda, a student intern, was very helpful, The room was more than adequate for the price and we did not have any mold problems. Mr. Longo was a very good teacher as were the people he had trained to teach. If you love to meet people, eat gourmet Italian food or want to learh to cook Italian,this place is for you. Unlike CaperGal, we were able to pay our bill with a credit card at the end of our stay. I do think if you are just having a dinner and staying at another facility they prefer cash. We thank the Longo family and staff for making us a part of their family for a short time and would highly recommend their B&B and cooking school.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank norske_7
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Reviewed 2 September 2011

Overall I would definately recommend staying at Mami Camilla while visiting Sorrento.. I just wouldn't recommend staying in the dorms. We had a dorm which was shared with two long-term guests (both part of the cooking school so staying 2-3 months) and it felt like we were crashing in the flat of some friends of friends rather than paying guests at a hostel. The bathroom was lived in and consequently not that clean, we were warned by one if the long-tremors that the shower didn't drain well so have the tap only half on, if this had been the case for the last two months then why wasn't it fixed? The bathroom shelves full of the toiletries if the long-termers and towel rails occupied permanently. The air-con unit, although it worked, was so noisy we slept with ear plugs. The highlights though was the Capri trip they operate, I would recommend this to everyone as a must do, swimming in the white grotto was AWESOME. Also, the offer a four course dinner for €18 prepared by the cooking school... Also do this, the portions aren't huge but are plenty for sure and this is way cheaper than the majority of other restaurants in town. The location, 15min walk fro
Town was also great, away from the tourists, but close enough also. Final note, make sure you walk down to the coast just down the road, the view is stunning, nothing like a wine or beer and a stunning sunset not crowded at all!!

  • Stayed: August 2011
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