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I have written rave reviews about Hotel Pellegrino following our previous stays there. My wife and I returned there late in October following my work days in Rome. I can only add to my previous praise for this facility and the family that makes it...More
My family of six stayed at this hotel for 4 nights in October. We were made to feel welcome by Luigi the owner as soon as we arrived. After a white knuckle drive on the Amalfi coast he very graciously took over and expertly maneuvered...More
We just spent one night in Praiano and were so pleasantly surprised with the warm welcome we received at this charming family owned hotel! The room was very nice with a terrace overlooking the water. The breakfast was both delicious as well as incredibly beautiful!...More
We have stayed at the Pellegrino a number of times and each time is a pleasure. Luigi, Sandra, their children Fredrico and Daniella and of course the chef Michael go out of their way to ensure the stay is as great as possible. We will...More
Do not hesitate to book this hotel! My friend and I stayed at Hotel Pellegrino for 4 nights at the end of September for my birthday. Luigi and his entire family made us feel like family. The rooms (each with private terraces!) are beautiful, and...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.