Hotel Aurora

Address: Piazzale Dei Prontontini 7, Amalfi, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84011, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piazzale Dei Prontontini 7, Amalfi, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Grotta dello Smeraldo (Emerald Grotto), Emerald Grotto (Grotta di Smeraldo), and Arsenale della Repubblica.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Aurora Amalfi

          Great Patio-Nice Hotel

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          The Hotel Aurora was in a nice location in Amalfi. It was at the end of the road so it was a little quieter. But it was certainly walking distance from all the activity. The patio was great (for the superior room). It was huge--maybe more than 8 feet by 5 feet. It over looked the sea and "beach." Looking up from the patio were mountains. It also had a table and chairs and lawn chairs to tan on. The service was quite friendly (the hot chocolate in the morning was great). The room itself was very nice--ceramic floors. A very small TV. Nice size bathroom. The food was fair. Did I mention the hot ciocolate? Mmm. The "beach" as was most of the coast (except Positano was a little better) was all rocks. Very uncomfortable. And honestly, the beach itself wasn't all that pretty. If you want to stay in Amalfi, this is a great place. I might stay either on Capri (or Anacapri) or Positano or Ravello (which is way up in the mountains and very expensive). Early June was a little too cool to be there.

          Warm and nice

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          We arrived without booking and had a warm welcome.The room was 20 meters from the sea but the place is at the end of the street so it's very quite.The room was clean and relativly big with all the facilitys.The location is great-few minuits walk from the town center and the beach.Staff was very polite and helpfull.Great breakfast on the lovely terrace.Good value for money.

          Beware of Problem Resolution

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          The hotel was very nice and what we expected. Due to my error, I booked three rooms instead of two (I thought I had cleared this up with the hotel several months before arriving). Upon arrival, Domenico, the reception manager, said I still had reservations for three rooms but that he'd take care of it. Which meant, I'd never see a bill for the third room until I returned to the States. After months trying to resolve the charge, I finally spoke to Daniela the manager/owner. She would not listed to my explanation, she yelled at me and finally hung up on me. She never had any intention of listening to me. If you have a problem with your bill, get their resolution in writing.

          Very ordinary...

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          We had rented this hotel from our travel agent. What a disappointment!

          First, when we arrived, we were sure we had air conditionned. Not. We asked how much more it would be - 10 Euros more - but of course not available! The rooms they show you on the web is just not the one you get unless you ask for the superior rooms! Make sure you do! Our sea view? I had a huge tree right in front of it.... the breakfast buffet? Disgusting croissant, canned fruits, old cereals, cold bread and yogourt. Wow.... One good thing: the coffee was excellent!!! And the pergola is a nice thing. Beware if you go to the private beach: they will hit you with 12 Euros for the long chairs....

          Would I go back there?

          Certainly not!

          Aurora Does Not Deserve The Praise

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          We read good reviews of the Hotel Aurora in Amalfi, both on your site and others, so booked a room there on 2/27/04 for arrival on 8/18...yes, six months in advance. We booked the best room in the house with private terrace.

          We arrived mid afternoon on 8/18...and were told by the owner that he was very sorry but he had no room for us. He made up a story that someone was sick and would not leave....the best room in the house. He showed us a back room with no windows (perfect for a sick person!), but that was it.

          Our take.....he had someone who wanted our room for the whole weekend and he gave it to them. We were a one night reservation so dispensible. The owner referred us only to inferior hotels and made no effort to compensate us for the inconvenience and upset he caused us. And, tho he had our email, he NEVER contacted us to let us know in advance.

          This is unprofessional behavior and also not industry standard for Europe. A week later we were in a hotel in Paris where they moved people out of a room they would not vacate because those with a reservation for the room had arrived. We have travelled and lived in Europe for 25 years and never been treated as badly as the Aurora management. This is supposedly a nice "family-run" hotel. We wouldn't want to be in this family! This hotel deserves nothing but bad...or no.. reviews from the travel press.

          Gem of Amalfi

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          We have just returned from our second visit to the Aurora.

          Four of our friends joined us this time.

          All were very pleased!

          The quiet location, the view, charming rooms, reasonable rates, private beach,

          & wonderful staff make this the perfect choice in Amalfi.

          Boats, busses, restaurants & town are all within easy walking distance...yet, in the quiet end of town.

          Daniela, the owner, is delightful.

          Domenico (front desk) is extremely helpful & entertaining.

          Gaetano is always pleasant & ready to attend to your needs.

          The air conditioned rooms & bathrooms are spacious & beautifully decorated with Amalfi tiles.

          Make sure to book a SEAVIEW room with a private terrace!

          Magnificent panorama of all of Amalfi!

          We loved our stay at the Aurora!

          Grazie Daniela, Domenico & Gaetano!

          Arrivederci!

          DANA & TIM

          Loved it!

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          Loved the Aurora! Charming and gracious hospitalty. Tucked away, yet close to all the shopping and restaurants. Excellent breakfast buffet included, served on terrace with gorgeous view. Situated in front of a pivate beach, with a breathtaking view of the ocean. Recommend the ocean view rooms- the garden view doesn't provide any view and little breeze.

          Rooms are clean and bright, in cool and simple mediterranean tile and decor. There was a TV, but who goes to Amalfi to watch TV? Didn't need or want A/C (mid-July). Mosquito repellant is a must.

          Loved it!

          from

          Beautiful, quiet, charming with fabulous view!

          Great value!

          Within walking distance (5 minutes) to Amalfi center, buses, boats, restaurants, etc.

          Perfect location!

          Daniela & staff are wonderful!

          Returning this year...as are our friends!

          Hotel Aurora

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          Here is a short and useful review of the hotel Aurora in Amalfi:

          price: we paid 160 euros per night for a room with sea view. Too much, as the rooms neither have air con nor tv (although the hotel claims to be a three star).

          service: bad service. The staff is unfriendly and the director is rude.

          hotel: good location (next to the beach), but ugly. The place is quite messy.

          view: nice

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aurora Amalfi

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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