Amalfi Hotels
Perfect Lodging Options While in Campania Region

Amalfi Coast Hotels

The Amalfi Coast is world renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches, tranquil turquoise waters, ancient architecture, lush vineyards, and small town villages. This thirty-one-mile sweep of coastline in the Campania region on Italy’s southern Sorrentine Peninsula is a treasure trove of Italian culture. So it’s no wonder it is a popular tourist destination in Italy. Despite all these facts, Amalfi hotels don’t have to cost you as much as you might think. 

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There are many different lodging options available for travellers in this area. There are still quite a few hotels that have been in families for generations, but there are also independent lodging options that will feel like your home away from home. Moreover, some hotels are located just outside of the main towns and villages, and they are an economical option. Many of these have regular shuttles that run into town. From affordable hotels to luxury resorts, there is something for every traveler and every budget on the Amalfi coast. Let’s investigate some of these and find one that’s right for you.

Popular Amalfi Hotels

Once you are there, there is so much to see and do that you probably won’t want to think about sleeping. But you will need to book a hotel in advance to get the best deal and selection. There are so many different ones to choose from so narrow down your choices by deciding which amenities and location fit with the trip that you desire. 

  • Hotel Pelligrino - If you’re looking for a family run hotel with great meals that is close to shopping, you might want to try the Hotel Pelligrino. This hotel is built right on the side of a cliff and boasts breathtaking views. 

  • Palazzo Mirat - If you are traveling as a family, consider the Palazzo Murat in Positano. This centrally located hotel has an impressive pool and is mere steps from the beach. At this hotel, you’ll be able to walk to see all the sights and avoid the hassle of taxis or catching the bus. 

  • Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa - If you are looking for some ancient history mixed in with your stay, check out the Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa. This former seventeenth-century convent in Conca dei Marini boasts a nearby beach and a first class spa that will be sure to relax and rejuvenate you.

The above hotels are just a mere few of the many that are available in this beautiful region. There are so many more excellent ones that can be found online or with the help of your travel agent. So what are you waiting for? The Amalfi Coast is calling!


If you are traveling from Rome or Naples to the Amalfi Coast, the train is an economical and comfortable way to travel. Other major cities also have train stations that will connect you with these main hubs as well. From Rome, you would travel to Naples on the Italo or Trenitalia trains. Once you reach Naples, you can catch a train to Vietri sul Mare. At this station, you can pick up a local bus to get you to the Amalfi coast. 


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