Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Amalfi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel La Ninfa, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Chiostro del Paradiso (0.3 mi) and Pontile Marina Coppola (0.6 mi), guests of Hotel La Ninfa can easily experience some of Amalfi's most well known attractions.
Hotel La Ninfa is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and express check-in and check-out. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Amalfi. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While in Amalfi, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel La Ninfa, including Da Gemma (0.9 mi), Le Nereidi (0.1 mi), and Da Ciccio Cielo Mare E Terra (0.5 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Amalfi, check out a history museum, such as Municipal Museum of Amalfi (Museo Civico).
Hotel La Ninfa looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Amalfi.
I booked 2 nights in the 5 and 6th of May in this hotel through hotel.com, paying more to have the advantage to cancel my room until the previous week. They were not supposed to debit my account before my arrival but they did it anyway! When I ask to cancel my room via hotem.com, ( you know, Covid time...) the site said everything was fine, because I was suppose to pay the day of my arrival, and no money had to be refund !!!! I couldn't believe it, and tried to get my money since. IT'S BEEN 4 MONTHS, AND I STILL HAVEN'T BEEN REPAID!!! They're not responding my mail of phone call, and hotel.com made me wait months without doing anything except apologise, saying they couldn't do anything!!
We began our anniversary celebrations at La Ninfa and it was truly a memorable experience. Gorgeous hotel, helpful staff and delicious food! It is situated at the top of a cliff with a beautiful view of the beach and only a few minutes walk down to the beach. If your trip brings you to La Ninfa Amalfi then request for room 5 as it has an attached private balcony.
Excellent sea side view hotel. Some of the rooms also have sea side view. Breakfast was good. Its about 2 km walk from the bus station for Salerno. Rooms are decent enough. The hotel is more of a home converted one, but still good.
This review is not about stay, but about booking experience. I booked this hotel for a stay in July next year through booking.com. Got a call from management advising that they block the card for 2 nights, no payment taken and I said that was fine. To my huge surprise in 2 days time I found that instead of being blocked my card was fully charged with that amount. I cancelled the trip due to finding a different hotel and am still trying to get my money back... Send few emails to the property - no response, Called booking.com customer service, which contacted property and was told that they don't know whether the card was charged as they have "too many bookings to remember" - seriously??? Card charged 29/11. Booking cancelled 1/12. Today is 6/12 and I have neither response nor refund. Least I expect when dealing with booking hotel!! Shame, La Ninfa. I am rasing a case with my bank today.…
Firstly, do not go by the photos shown for room category, MMT showed us balcony and bathtub in the base category because of which we made the booking. Later, upon reaching we found out that our room did not even have windows, and that was the worst part because the hotel had amazing view. Maurice, who I assume was the hotel manager was audacious, more interesting in flirting with young ladies, obviously the rooms are not soundproof. Also, you can't even cook a packet of cup noodles in your room, as they can't afford to have proper ventilation or exhaust. This detail was also not shared beforehand while booking, instead I was told that I will be fined 400 euros if I cook in the room, for a room that was selling at 80 euros a night. Ridiculous