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The hotel was very nice and I really liked the atmosphere there.
It is just a few steps away from the "main street" of Minori which is quite frequented with buses and cars. It should be disturbing, bit if you close the window you can´t...More
My husband, 11 year old daughter and myself had 5 nights with Antonio at Maison Raphael. The accomodation was sparkling clean and spacious. Very convenient for local buses, shopping and restaurants. It is on the main road and noisy, but for a few Euro a...More
a simply wonderful hotel. the rooms are immaculate... service and reception second to none. complimentary wifi and breakfast included pushed this over the edge as a gem on the coast. highly recommended. gracias, Tony!
Antonio was a gracious host and the rooms were clean and simple. The parking across the street was near enough only a short walk to the hotel. The morning breakfast was good and it was nice to sit outside and enjoy the view of the...More
This is a great value place. Antonio is engaging and really helpful, which makes you feel at ease right away. I was there with my parents (in their 70s) and they liked it too. True it is on the main road but it seems pretty...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..."