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We spent 4 nights in Minori and this was our favourite place in the Amalfi. Maison Raphael is a great place to stay, home away from home. Antonio is the best host ever, he could not do more for you and makes you feel like...More
We like larger showers but maybe they are all small in Italy. Had to get bus to Amalfi to connect with other places, maybe more central to stay there but also more expensive.
The good,great breakfast, lots of choice. Good view, close to bus stop...More
This is truly a hidden gem. A very pleasant hotel with a great view from your balcony. Antonio is very accommodating and is a wealth of information. This place deserves a 5 + . There is no better place that you would rather stay. We...More
We really enjoyed our four night stay at Maison Raphael. We were travelling with a newborn and the owner Antonio went out of his way to ensure we were comfortable and had what we needed to manage our stay. The rooms were well appointed -...More
The most friendliest hotel under the managementt of Antonio and his staff. We had a superior room with lovely balcony overlooking the road and the view of the hills. I have been to Minori many times over the last 40 years and never tire of...More
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Hi, it is possible to get a transfer through a transportation company but it is costly. We took the bus from Minori to Positano and then transferred due to time restraint for catching a train. You can take a bus or ferry... More
Hi, it is possible to get a transfer through a transportation company but it is costly. We took the bus from Minori to Positano and then transferred due to time restraint for catching a train. You can take a bus or ferry to Sorrento from Positano. Enjoy your trip!
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"We love the second floor overlooking the hairpin turn in the road, the nearby ocean and lemon tree covered..."