Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from upstate new york
Great stayPosted Apr 6, 2011 on Hotels.com
Spent two nights here and it was very pleasant. The hotel was very clean and the room was a good size, although we upgraded to a triple. We a had a little sofa for siting. Our room was on the main road with a lovely balcony, although the weather did 't cooperate. Very convenient, the bus to Amalfi and Ravello were across the street. Found a good, inexpensive restaurant around the corner. The staff at the hotel were very friendly and helpful. Parking was 18 euros right below the hotel. But it's worth it since there really isn't any place to park. I would recommend this hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Heidelberg, Germany
Should be a 4 star hotelPosted Aug 23, 2010 on Hotels.com
This is only rated 3 stars?! We took a hydrofoil from Capri to Minori and were pleased to discover that Hotel Santa Lucia was only a few hundred meters from where we docked. This is a very clean, stylish hotel with a helpful staff. A crying baby (and even louder mother) woke us way too early on the first morning. The manager had no problem moving us. Since the new room wasn't ready he said all we had to do was pack our bags and the staff would move them to the new room. Breakfast is quite good and the location is wonderful (right next door to a 1st century Roman villa). Nothing but good things to say about this nice hotel.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from London
Absolutely finePosted Mar 13, 2010
Perfectly fine small hotel. Room was good with tiled floor, well decorated and single bed for our son as requested. All charming - had a bit of character compared to some bland hotel rooms. Beds comfy if squeaky. Bathroom fine and clean with bath and good shower. Balcony. Road noise all day, but not iover night, might bother some but we didn't mind it - quite enjoyed hearing the bustle. (hotel is ON the Amalfi Coast Road). We were only guests as it was early March and were treated well by family who run the hotel. They were very sweet. Breakfast buffet fine - everything you would expect (except coffee is from machine)
Recommendedby Larry from Asheville, NC
Beautiful oasis in wonderful villagePosted Oct 14, 2009
The village of Minori is probably the most beautiful on the Amalfi coast, but is walking distance to other villages, if you are willing to take life in hand on those roads. Parking all over the Amalfi is horrendous and the only downer for this hotel is the 18 euro/day parking fee. The hotel itself is very lovely, with balconies and wonderful seating and dining areas. The staff are very friendly (some speak english). The location is about one block from the sea, and near everything offered by the village, such as an unexpected Basilica. It is driving distance to Pompea as a circular day trip, including driving the entire Amalfi coast
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
A very pleasant stayPosted Jul 15, 2009 on Hotels.com
We were very impressed by the hotel, although not the cheapest, considering the location the price was reasonable and competative and the room was lovely. We had a wondeful time and the staff were both friendly and helpful.