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All reviews villa romana lovely hotel amalfi coast room overlooking the pool group tour buffet style the hotel staff wine list street side air con pastries road scholar reasonable size waiter service dining room is pool area is small sea front
We stayed in Villa Romana and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Staff were very helpful and fun. Hotel was very clean and despite it nearly being the end of the season, the hotel looked fresh enough. Swimming pool was relaxing although the spa was being moved from...More
The Dinner during the 7 days I stayed was inedible. The soup changed its name every day but was the same poor vegetable soup. The pasta was tasteless and on 3 occasions I was served a meat dish and 2 fish courses that were inedible...More
Just got back from a week staying at Villa Romana, the hotel is ideally situated, close to the beach, bars and restaurants, although bear in mind the mojority of the bars and restaurants close at the end of October. Hotel staff extremely polite and helpful,...More
We had a room on the 4th floor, facing the pool and also had a little bit of a sea view. The room was bright and spacious, very clean with a small balcony. The pool wasn’t open as it was November and probably a bit...More
This hotel is a gem! We were only there for two nights on our Road Scholar trip "Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast," but would have been happy to stay longer. The room was spacious and the balcony lovely, trailing with bougainvillea and overlooking in the...More
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As in other posts, I would not recommend buses. They are rarely on time, frequently packed (even in June when we were there) but at least the journies are entertaining... if you are a fan of "The Italian Job" (the Michael... More
As in other posts, I would not recommend buses. They are rarely on time, frequently packed (even in June when we were there) but at least the journies are entertaining... if you are a fan of "The Italian Job" (the Michael Caine version) if you get my drift!
Hotel is a great base to explore from though and we intend to return around September 2019.