We are a young couple who recently spent six nights in this cute little hotel. As other reviewers have said, Manuela and Giuliana are lovely, friendly hosts, eager to go out of their way to help. The rooms have lovely views of the village and the sea beyond. There are two beaches to choose from - one is down lots and lots of steps, the other is about a 15 minute walk down the road - both are ok to get to, but can be tiring to get back up if you don't like walking (there is a bus though). That said, there are a few good restaurants within a few steps of the hotel, and being a little further out from the main tourist hub has its benefits. For the price (around 110 euros a night or 130 for the room with a large terrace) it's worth it, compared to other options in Positano.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- From the hotel Villa delle Palme a pleasant 15 min walk along the picturesque lanes and down the narrow flights of steps which characterise the whole town leads guests to the beaches of Spiaggia Grande and Spiaggia del Fornillo.The hotel is located on the main road between the two well-known family restaurants Saraceno d'oro andMediterraneo which apply a very special discount on regular menu to our guests.Extra services offered to the guests:Tranfer from and to closer airport or train station; babysitter; parking.Internal bus stop half-a-minute walking from the hotel. ... more less
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