Lovely hotel in a good location with easy access to the beach, stunning views, and restaurants. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Great value for the money. Positano is a great holiday destination. Perfect place for a romantic getaway or a special occasion. I will definitely come back and will stay here again.
Jim from London Area
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We spent 6 days exploring the Amalfi coast, easily, as this hotel is a short walk to the buses and ferries.Antonella was extremely helpful with everything from phone calls to private transfers. The room was good and the breakfast was varied with great coffee.
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After missing our train in rome, the hotel staff were fantastic in giving advice on the most efficient way to reach positano, even organising a private car to the hotel from the train station. friendly staff at breakfast each morning, and the english spoken was fantastic.
Ryan from Australia
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We stayed 5 nights at Hotel Margherita for our honeymoon and it was a perfect choice! The hotel is located in a quiet beautiful town on the Amalfi Coast, close to restaurants and only a short bus ride to the larger city of Positano. The hotel was very clean and had decent size rooms with a very comfortable and large bed. Breakfast each morning was great and the roof top restaurant was delicious and romantic! However what makes Hotel Margherita a true 5 is the friendly and accommodating staff. They offered advice on what to do and provided complimentary rides to the town and beach. They made our stay in Praiano perfect!
We stayed in this hotel for nine days and were pleased with our choice. The hotel is very clean, and the room that we had was spacious and had a lovely sea view. The staff were very friendly and helpful: the only complaint that I have in this area was that one early morning call was 40 minutes late, which nearly caused us to miss our trip that day. Otherwise, all staff were excellent.
We ate at some very good restaurants. Our favourite local restaurant is on the coastal path between the two beaches and is called Lo Guarracino. The views are breathtaking and the food is excellent. If you want to eat away from Positano, then try La Terre up in the mountains. The hotel will book your table, and transport to and from the restaurant is included in the bill. I found the food at this restaurant to be outstanding. If you want to eat close to the hotel and want to escape the cars and buses which constantly pass through the town, then try Valle Dei Mulina. Unfortunately, at some of the other local restaurants we found that traffic was passing within two feet of our table, which wasn't very relaxing to say the least.
The hotel is in a great location not far off the main road. The view is amazing and the staff is very nice. The beds are a little hard but i think this is a comment to be made of most italian hotels. Our experience was a great one and would deffinately go back to Hotel Vittoria
Although this is a small hotel by some standards, the staff are accomodating and friendly - doing whatever they can to make your stay enjoyable. The views are beautiful as are the hotel rooms. A great terrace for breakfast and drinks. Highly recommended