We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsthree brothersesposito familyour honeymoonbrothers who rundeluxe roomturn down serviceboutique hotelwalk in closetlight lunchbeautiful hoteljacuzzi bathowners and staffoverlooking the seasmall hotelthree nightsferry ticketsfavorite hotel
I was looking at reviews of La Minerva, and realized that I had not written a review. My wife and I were married on Capri and we stayed, along with family and friends, at La Minerva in 2005.
Everything was so wonderful. The rooms and...More
My husband and I stayed at La Minerva with a Spring discount (that we greatly appreciated!) for 5 days in April - our first impressions were a beautifully decorated hotel, amazing views and incredibly friendly and helpful staff - Luigi and Antonino were so approachable...More
La Minerva is a family run hotel located in a prime area, fantastic views of the island and the ocean, beautiful rooms, excellent and complete breakfast, very professional and personal staff, .... and the list can go on.
Every detail in the hotel has been...More
Terrific hotel! The hotel itself is lovely. What makes this hotel so special is the attention to details and the very accommodating staff. They go out of their way to make sure everyone receives wonderful service. Would highly recommend.
My wife and I wanted a special hotel on our first trip to Capri and we found it in the Hotel Minerva, a small hotel, lovingly managed by the Esposito family. We were early so Antonino treated us to an elegant brunch in the rooftop...More
Response from Andiamo160 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Brian M. that day trips are a hassle. Best to spend 4 nights in one spot, as each town offers lovely hikes and views. I have been to Capri 10+ times, most recently for a full week. There is plenty to do... More
I agree with Brian M. that day trips are a hassle. Best to spend 4 nights in one spot, as each town offers lovely hikes and views. I have been to Capri 10+ times, most recently for a full week. There is plenty to do there, if you like to walk. Positano is fun for no more than 2 days. I love Calabria: Monopoli, Lecce, Alberobello. Unlike the Amalfi Coast, Calabria is a region in which you can stay at one place and make day trips as long as you have a car. The drive from Naples is about 2 hours and easy, and the Bari airport is a good hub.