A' Scalinatella Hostel and Hotel

Piazza Umberto I, 5-6 , Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Piazza Umberto I, 5-6 , Amalfi, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsA' Scalinatella Hostel and Hotel Amalfi

    Reviewed by jenyd

    Nice room away from big crowds

    Reviewed Apr 13, 2011
    by (7 reviews) Hinton , Canada Flag of Canada

    loud church bells every 15 min even at night, trouble checking in (reception only open until 2pm), great location close to Amalfi town but away from crowds, lovely hike up to Ravello and Villa Cimbrone, beach less busy than Amalfi's, 15 min walk to Amalfi bus station/port, owner Phillipo very friendly, no kitchen although there was one advertised, have to walk down to the square for wifi at a local bar

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    TripAdvisor Reviews A' Scalinatella Hostel and Hotel Amalfi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Amalfi

    Welcome to the Amalfi Coast

    A travel blog entry by chad.albright on May 21, 2012

    3 photos

    ... I'm not one to go out of my way to see flowers, but even i have to say it was worth it. Everything was well maintained and the variety of colors makes for some good pictures. We then took the bus back down to Amalfi town which was nothing to brag about. We had lunch on the water and then were forced top take a taxi back to our hotel because the boat rides were canceled due to rough waters.
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    Removed from the hustle and bustle!

    A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Jun 18, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... though I couldn't get the entire tree in the frame, so I turned my camera "cock-eyed."
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    Sweet? Sorrento Moon

    A travel blog entry by swissandy on Jul 19, 2010

    ... Corso Umberto. Having just been walking up and down Corso Umberto in Naples I am mighty sick of that street name – is there one of these everywhere??  I spot Corso Umberto on my LP map, and we set off for it at an excited pace. Once we find the street and begin to walk down it, my lack of confidence prompts Leanne to ask a passing Signor where we are. He tells us (Corso Umberto – haha, booyah!), and asks what number we want. Leanne relays ...

    Amalfi Coast, Italy

    A travel blog entry by rnriggins on Jul 20, 2007

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... rules of the sea" - the basics of which survive today. In 1343, the town was destroyed by a freak tidal wave caused by an undersea earthquake. That disaster compounded by devastating plagues left Amalfi a humble backwater. One of the key industies in Amalfi since the middle ages has been paper. I paid a visit to the historic Amalfi Paper Museum housed in a 13th century mill. The museum had few visitors so I was given a personal tour by one of the employees. He ...

    Rome to Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Nov 19, 1995

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    ... abbey perched on the edge of a mountain overlooking the town of Cassino . This is where the Benedictine Order was established, and the crypt contains the remains of St. Benedict himself. During WWII, Cassino formed part of a major defence line for the Nazi forces attempting to stop the Allied advance on Rome . In the fighting, the Abbey and city were almost totally destroyed. Everything has now been faithfully reconstructed in the original ...