Ratings based on 45 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from lincolnshire U.K
Very good small hotelPosted Sep 1, 2015
Pros: It is in a quiet location and the staff are very helpful.
Location: A bus service runs along the road outside the hotel so many places are accessible. Salerno is worth visiting and Amalfi is not far away.
Although a short way out of the town of Vietri walking down is not advisable as the road is narrow and winding. The hotel has a minibus service so getting there is not a problem. It is a lovely quiet small hotel and the staff are very helpful. Breakfast is very good and plentiful, with cappuccino available if requested.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
Lovely boutique hotelPosted Aug 30, 2015
I stayed in the hotel relais paradiso the last week in August 2015. My friend and I shared a twin room with direct access to the pool from our little terrace. The hotel staff were very friendly and couldn't do more to help us. On 3 separate occasions we were brought fresh fruit to our sun loungers compliments of the hotel. By the end of the week they had memorised our breakfast coffees and had them on the table waiting for us by the time we had returned from the buffet. Breakfast was the same each day but we didn't mind - there was plenty to choose from. Eggs, bacon, continental breakfast (various ham and cheese), boccocini, tomatoes, croissants, cakes, fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, cereals, bread etc. You can sit out on the terrace with the lovely view of the sea and there is no rush, breakfast is served from about 7-10.30am. We never ate lunch/dinner at the hotel so cannot comment on the rest of the food. It seemed a little pricey looking at the bar menu compared to what you can get in town but I do not doubt that it is of a very good quality. The hotel has a fantastic view due to its situation on a hill slightly out of vietri itself. This meant a short 10min walk into town each evening but that was no real problem and on one occasion we caught the free shuttle back to the hotel after dinner. There are plenty of little restaurants in town serving traditional Italian cuisine, we particularly liked Evu and the Sud Est and of course the gelateria.
by A verified traveler from London, UK
Not a 5 Star hotelPosted Aug 16, 2015
The hotel was extremely clean, rooms were very comfortable and the staff were as helpful as possible considering there was no on site manager meaning that it was difficult to get decisions / adequate responses to queries or concerns. Breakfasts was the same every day and limited in choice. Considering the hotel is on the Amalfi Coast thd quality of produce was very low. There were no staff manning the pool bar meaning we had to go looking for them to order (very expensive) drinks. The pool turned swimming costumes and nails orange. This was broached with hotel staff by ourselves and a number of other guests. Staff did nothing to apologise. they would be better off marketing themselves as a four star (mid range) to avoid disappointment.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel with some limitationsPosted Aug 15, 2015
This hotel was comfortable with many of the facilities that we needed such as a restaurant with good food and a pool with pleasant views of the coast. The staff were friendly and very helpful. We had a good experience but there were a couple of things that prevented this from being a great experience, such as the pool bar not being staffed and therefore having to go down to the main reception in swimwear to order a drink.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from wigmore Kent
Beautiful five star hotelPosted Aug 6, 2015
Pros: A modern hotel With a well informed, smart, polite and helpful manager, the hotel was exceptionally clean with a relaxed atmosphere and stunning views
Cons: A little back ground music on the terrace while dinning in the evening would be perfect
Location: Perfect location for visits to Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius & Capri
A small but beautiful hotel with breathtaking views of The Amalfi Coast. On arrival (55 mins from Naples airport) we were welcomed with cold soft drinks and fresh fruit laid on by the hotel manager who kindly upgraded our room to a larger suit as me & my husband had our 11 year old son with us. The room was gorgeous with a huge balcony with an amazing view. The hotel is very quite, very relaxing and extremely clean. The menu we found expensive after ordering pool side drinks and snacks we decided not to order again ( 3 toasted cheese & ham sandwiches a vodka & orange 1 coke and a beer came to £55. The local town with lots of restaurants is just a short walk down hill from the hotel where we enjoyed lots of traditional Italian dishes and the best ice cream, at reasonable prices. The hotel is just 20 mins cab ride from Pompi and just 10 mins cab ride to the port to which we got a ferry to Capri. Both Pompeii and Capri are both worth the visit. The hotel manager could not do enough to help us find our way around the area and helped us with guided tours and anything we needed. This hotel is definitely where you want to be at the end of the day to chill out with a glass of wine overlooking the amazing views after a long day out exploring beautiful Italy. I would definitely return.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Buckinghamshire
Lovely quiet hotel in a good positionPosted Jul 14, 2015
Pros: The hotel was very quiet especially in our first week, it did get busier in our second week, a good hotel for couples I would say not so much families
Cons: The pool area had no bar area or staff to take orders for drinks, we had to go and search for a member of staff to get a drink or any food.
Location: It was good for Pompeii and Vesuvius and easy to get around on the buses to other towns, we also had Vietri Sul Mare our town which we could walk to.
Good holiday, the hotel was lovely, the scenery was amazing and we would definitely visit the Amalfi Coast again.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 30, 2015
Cons: Need waiter service round pool area
Very helpful staff, wonderful views, great swimming pool/terrace, lovely breakfast. Car needed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Werkendam
Super de luxePosted Jun 25, 2015
Pros: Kleinschalig en alles gericht op de kwaliteit van het verblijf van de gasten
Location: De locatie is schitterend! Nabij is genoeg te beleven. De route langs de Amalfikust, Pompei, Vesuvius en Nalels liggen binnen handbereik.
Schitterende kamer, uitermate vriendelijk en behulpzaam personeel.
for Familiesby sukhdev from cardiff uk
great hotel with parkingPosted Jun 2, 2015 on Hotels
nice boutique hotel in a quiet location with car parking facilities. Breakfast was the same everyday and could do with some variation but was satisfactory.
for Couplesby Maria from Aix-en-Provence
Perfect ending to our trip to Italy!!Posted May 6, 2015 on Hotels
We spent our last night in Italy at this hotel and we are so glad we did! It is a small boutique hotel that is very clean, modern, has a great view and the staff go out of their way to help you and make your stay as comfortable as possible (and with a smile). It was easy to arrive to the hotel and the environment is very calm. Our room was luxurious, modern, very clean and we had a terrace with two lounge chairs giving onto the pool. That evening we ate at the Italian restaurant at the hotel. The food was very flavourful (delicious fish soup) and the portions were a bit smaller than what we ate at restaurants throughout our trip but it was enough for us. We departed very early the next morning (5am) and the kitchen went out of their way to prepare breakfast for us "to go". We really recommend this hotel!