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I stayed here for the 2nd time. My wife and I love the amazing views and family who runs this business. They make you feel like family, help you to plan your trips, and make the best food. Their service is amazing in every way....More
My fiancee and I stayed at Hotel Pellegrino a few weeks back, and what a great experience. I rarely gush over a hotel experience, but this place truly is a gem and worth every penny.
The epitome of a family business, I got checked-in by...More
As other reviews have stated - Luigi and his Family – Frederico & Daniella are amazing. We stayed at Hotel Pellegrino for the first time last week and it feels as though we have been friends forever - we will definitely be returning. This was...More
We had dinner with friends and Luigi and his family exceeded expectations. What a lovely man Luigi is making our stay personal with food cooked by his chef and daughter and served by his elegant son (who my wife wanted to take home with her)....More
Luigi & family are amazing, as is the hotel! We stayed in the same room as my first visit. It had been recently renovated. It now has a double shower with the best view! Terrace was relaxing place watch the stars. Best sleep of our...More
Yes the hotel has a lift to all floors. Blue badge parking is not required as Luigi will park your car for you in the basement of the hotel. when you need your car he will move it for you to drive - hope this helps?
Yes, we stayed there for a week with NO car. We just used the local bus. Outside the hotel you have two bus stops, one for the bus going towards Sorrento (stopping at all towns) and the other for the bus going to Amalfi... More
Yes, we stayed there for a week with NO car. We just used the local bus. Outside the hotel you have two bus stops, one for the bus going towards Sorrento (stopping at all towns) and the other for the bus going to Amalfi - where you change to go elsewhere. Luigi at the hotel sells the bus tickets, it couldn’t be easier.