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... a very charming and classy hotel. We chose a sea view Jr. suite, which was a good decision, sunsets are beautiful. The...
We booked a room on hotel website. Goodprice for end of september. The good part: Nice breakfast with fresh orange juice, good...
... about this hotel, the pool, our beautiful spacious room and bathroom and the location of the hotel. The staff were...
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Kissy182 wrote a review Aug. 2020
92 contributions6 helpful votes
We stayed there for three nights because we antes to explore the area. It is a very charming and classy hotel. We chose a sea view Jr. suite, which was a good decision, sunsets are beautiful. The hotel has its own access to the sea, take into account that it is located in a rocky type beach (there are no hotels in the sand beach area in Palinuro). Service is ok, at the time they didn’t offer shuttle service from/to train station.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Simen O wrote a review Oct. 2019
14 contributions5 helpful votes
We booked a room on hotel website. Goodprice for end of september.

The good part:
Nice breakfast with fresh orange juice, good selection of food.
Nice pool!
Cleaning team really good

The bad part:
We traveled with a 4 year kid. First time I heard that a hotel is charging 20 euro / day for a 4 year kid. Lame.

Private beach is rocky and in an exposed area with waves. You must go in another part for a nice beach.

Mixed feelings about the experience at this hotel.
Palinuro is a nice place:)
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Bees68 wrote a review Jun. 2019
Cork, Ireland7 contributions13 helpful votes
Loved everything about this hotel, the pool, our beautiful spacious room and bathroom and the location of the hotel. The staff were fantastic. Breakfast, lunch & dinner, prosecco watching the sun set all fab. It is very close to a range of restaurants, bars, etc. The view from our balcony was captivating.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Angus M wrote a review Apr. 2018
Port Ellen, United Kingdom222 contributions60 helpful votes
Modern, package holiday style hotel that did not completely justify the 220 euro/night we paid for a cramped “junior suite” in mid April, which is very much off season in this area. Sea water pool is fantastic, with great views over the bay of Palinuro. But despite double checking in advance that it was open, it was not ready for swimming until nearly 6pm on the day we arrived ... not easy to explain to toddlers!
Steps down to rocky beach (totally unsuitable for children) were strewn with building rubble from ongoing renovation works. Balconies all overlook each other and have tired plastic furniture. Cheap pillows and towels but beds and showers ok. Breakfast quite good: they have a fresh orange squeezer and will cook eggs to order.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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phil e wrote a review Sep. 2017
Torquay, United Kingdom15 contributions27 helpful votes
Previous reviews are all relevant and correct . We booked through Citalia arriving Naples from Gatwick . 3 hour transfer in big Merc saloon was on edge of reasonable transfer time for us . ( Especially with Italian style driving !) . This hotel is smart , modern with a beautiful elevated outlook over the bay . It has its own small beach and a lovely seawater infinity pool . Nicely located close to the small town centre . Need to be fit . Fair few steps and hills . Smart Italian design loungers , chairs and outside areas kept beautifully .
We stayed end of season and the ambience of the hotel consequently suffered and the resort definitely had an end of season feel about it . If you are lucky with the weather ( as we were ) then this does not matter so much . But what you can do is limited if you have no personal transport . Car hire expensive . Public transport limited for the longer
journeys to get to other points of interest in the hinterland or up towards the Amalfi coast ( e.g. Paestum , abandoned villages , monastery and Castelabate ) .
But there was an excellent festival ( San Antonio ) with parade through the street of brass and woodwind orchestra during day culminating with accomplished rendition of Rigoletto in the main square in the evening .
The town itself is scattered and not as picturesque as the likes of Amalfi , Positano , etc . But has the advantage of less crowds . This is where the Italians holiday and it is much less hustle and bustle ( especially end of season )
We had a complimentary upgrade to a junior suite which was a lovely room with nice balcony overlooking the bay . I believe all rooms overlook the bay .
The staff were excellent , friendly and knowledgable . Elga on front desk is enthusiastic and with good English . Antonio , the maitre'd and his staff , also deserve special mention. Room service was efficient and immaculate . We did feel the restaurant ambience was lacking especially as there were relatively few guests at table and no background music . Meals were consumed in silence. Also lack of fresh salad and very limited hot vegetables for us Brits . No doubt all of this would have been provided if we asked for it . One doesn't feel one should have to ask for tomatoes , fresh salad etc . Having said that anything that was asked for was immediately dealt with ( change of mattress , salad in our case ) .
Free wifi throughout is a nice touch . Be nice to have more than just news for English channels on the room tv but this seems to a problem in all European hotels . Why is it ?
All in all we enjoyed the hotel and its facilities. If we came to this undiscovered part of Italy again we would be happy to stay at this hotel but maybe choose to come in the mid- season .
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: all rooms have balcony overlooking the sea . A junior suite is nice to have.
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