Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
San Pietro - MaioriPosted Oct 10, 2011
Excellent warm welcome, first class accomodation and small touches such as clean towels every day made our stay very comfortable. Standard of food was exceptional with Maitre'd organising gluten/wheat free dishes for every course and at every meal. Even with several large coach parties staying, we were not overlooked at all. The waiting staff gave us 4 sumptious courses every evening in a relaxed and convivial manner. Another plus was the excellent pool, immaculate and warm, it was a great joy to slip into at the end of long days sightseeing. Would recommend for families, couples and also the elderley as good facilities in situ. All in all, the San Pietro is a fabulous family run business that really does put it's customers first.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
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for Familiesby A verified traveler from Wiltshire, UK
A good and clean hotel.Posted Aug 27, 2010
The hotel were very obliging and arranged for a taxi to pick us up at Naples airport for a very reasonable fare (100 euros for transporting 4 people). The foyer is attractive and there's a swimming pool - you have to wear a swim cap to use it, but you can buy one at the hotel desk (0.5 euros). The rooms were lovely and had air-conditioning as well as an old-fashioned colonial-type fan on the ceiling which was a nice alternative. The bathroom was clean and beautifully equipped - quite the best I've experienced anywhere. The one drawback is that the food is not great - the breakfast in the morning was quite poor in standard, the coffee being like liquorice and the croissants sometimes a little stale. Also, the hotel is about a 10 minute walk from the main boulevards and beach, which is okay, except the pavements are very uneven and soiled. In fact, there was quite a lot of litter about which I found surprising. But overall we had a terrific week staying here (bar the breakfasts!).
Recommendedby A verified traveler from South Carolina
San Pietro Maiori Family StayPosted Jul 23, 2010 on Hotels.com
Four of us--wife, myself, 13 and 10 year old daughters. Girls too big to squeeze into one European hotel room, so we booked two wherever we went. Amalfy coast was first stop in Italy for three days. Looked at dozens of hotels in several towns, finally, after they started blurring together, picked this one because it looked closer to the Med than it actually was, and it had a pool. The price was very reasonable. Accidentally picked one of the "flatter" towns on the coast, a bonus. After a grueling intro to Amalfy coast hill road driving, our TomTom GPS pulled us right in the hotel's driveway. Don't even think about driving without GPS in Italy. Were greeted by the gentleman who was the manager and his name escapes me. His English was very good and his welcoming hospitality even better. The hotel is not large, but not too small either. Our two rooms adjoined at the end of a short corridor. There's an elevator about the size of a phone booth, but great for luggage. The rooms were spacious enough, had a nice patio, recently redecorated/modernized; in short, better than I expected. Our patio overlooked a 400 year old former church which we later learned from a town old-timer was used as an American Army hospital in WWII which I found touching. And the pool? The girls never got in it once. My one knock: they close the pool at 7pm, a good 2 hours before dark in July. We never got back from our sight-seeing in time for the pool. The Med public beach is at the end of the road, less than half a mile away. We drove and parked in the metered spots across the street. There's a boardwalk (OK, concrete) right above the beach with a cafe where the wife and I could easily supervise the girls and have a cold Peronni beer at the astounding rate of 1 Euro/bottle! (Paid 10 for the same bottle at a joint near the Vatican a week later) Oh, and breakfast was included in the rate, though nothing mentioned that in the booking info and we were not expecting it. Good breakfast too; continental. They gave us a couple of good restaurant recommendations as well. Didn't tell us about the paid parking spots (blue lined means parking meter of some sort in Italy) being 24 hours. Thought after 9pm it would be free and got a 23 Euro ticket. Here again the friendly hotel staff helped out: they knew the intricacies of paying the ticket and did so for me, even giving me a receipt. Summing: better than expected bargain, comfortable, family friendly, would definitely stay there again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Great hotel, unfortunately a bit of a walk in townPosted Jul 6, 2009
Happy with the hotel staff, cleanliness although it was a 15 minute walk into town and the beach. Next time would stay closer to the beach.