Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Smart small hotel in excellent positionPosted Sep 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
First class ! Small hotel with charming staff . Fine view from bedrooms at front of hotel , beautiful pool . Convenient shuttle bus to nearby beach . Pleasant local restaurant available on nights when hotel catering unavailable at the end of the season
for Getaway With Friendsby LMc / MH
Sleepy Italian TownPosted Jun 19, 2012 on Hotels.com
On the whole our stay was very good - the Hotel Staff were both helpful and polite (even with my very broken minimal Italian), the room was very clean, not the biggest but had a balcony with a seaview, lucky as some rooms do not have a seaview. We were attending a Wedding in Santa Maria which is about 25-30 mins walk along the beach, taxi's in the area are expensive but found one which was std charge for 15Eu to anywhere in Santa Maria from San Marco. San Marco itself is very quiet indeed, absolutely lovely view of San Marco Harbour below from the bottom of the Hotel, there was no pool available when we stayed but it is near complete at the Entrance to the hotel, a Coastal path is at the bottom of the Hotel too, around 2mins walk along this is San Marco itself where there are few shops and boat trips, we had friends staying in the nearby l'approdo?!? (spelling), where behind this is a small cove with a beach, very quiet on weekdays, like the main beach's of Santa Maria but especially busy at the weekend - very few English, mainly Italians so was very peaceful, the Staff at various bars, restaurants and hotels of San Marco/Santa Maria could not do enough for a wedding group of 25+ people at times being both helpful and to be honest tolerant language wise. I've marked down on Comfort as the bed was very hard but with a few drinks, altough I'm not suggesting anyone get drunk, would, no will go back to Castellabate again...