We booked this accommodation via Summer in Italy which was a professional interaction with lots of advance communication and clear joining instructions. We travelled as two couples so the two bed accommodation was perfect for our needs.
The location is on the 'cliff side' and overlooks the Amalfi Marina, sharing equivalent views to the significantly more expensive Grand Convento di Amalfi on the same road. Note this hotel is well known in the area and marks a good meeting or drop off point for taxis, pick ups, etc. The lofty location offers great views but this comes with the obvious requirement to climb / descend a great number of steps to reach the apartment from the town / sea side - but then if you're in Amalfi then steps are a given as are uneven steps and pavements. 5 minute walk to the Plaza or Public Beach. The terrace of the property is huge and the place to be in the accommodation - one area of improvement that could be offered to the accommodation is the quality of the furnishings in this area (dining chair broken and swing chair seat pad next to useless). That said it would take a lot to ruin the view attached!
Kitchen well equipped and allows for self catering as an alternative to great offerings available in the town, not much missing to make a good meal.
The bedrooms are well sized with one with an en-suite (over bath shower minus a curtain / screen so kneeling required to avoid drenching the place. Efficient Air Con throughout bedrooms and living areas and welcome in the August heat.
Living area comfortable, satellite TV is local language only but who needs the TV when you have those views and the town to occupy your time.
The property retains its Italian roots in interior and exterior appearance but adds some welcome modernity... Even the wifi was quick and reliable.
From start to finish our host Carolina was accessible and efficient. From the 'check in' to the resolution of a minor problem with the hot water during our stay it's fair to say support was on hand if needed but equally distant to not invade our privacy at all.
Amalfi itself is a tourist haven. Bars, restaurants, souvenirs, ice creams and beaches are plentiful, the latter mostly private and payable. Taxis are a rip off, public transport very cheap but crowded, the ferries are on your door step and probably the most efficient way to explore the coast given that the roads were not designed for the tourist traffic of today. A very good base.
I'd recommend the property for two couples (or family that wouldn't mind having person 5 & 6 sleeping in the living area) that don't mind the steps, looking for very good value central accommodation in Amalfi.