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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... an actual tour guide showing a couple around and listened in until he lead us to a display in the orc*********** where casts of village people who were caught in the lava were displayed. I had been told previously that most artifacts had been removed from the site and placed in a museum in Naples. This proved correct and all that is now within the site is remains of buildings. These remains date back 2000 years to BC and I believe were preserved by the molten lava ...
... steps past UHF church to the square get a ticket at the tobbacini and get the bus. " Before we knew it our bags were strapped on the buggy and going into the sunset. We asked the guy " can we trust you" he pulled down his glasses smiled and said "of course " lol. We find the tobacconist buy a ticket and get on the bus. We are not sure where to get off because the bus driver just says he goes past the hotel. It's too funny. We arrive at he hotel but have to wait ...
Again we wake to the warm winds and blue skies. An early start ensures we meet up with Bree and board our boat for a day out at sea. The sea was a brilliant translucent blue the whole hour it took for us to arrive at the Isle of Capri. On arrival we were given around four hours to explore so we jumped in a taxi and were taken up the island to the town of Anacapri, a quick coffee and we had a plan. We wandered the streets, stopping along the way to peruse the many shops- ...
... see the headlights of the cars/buses/scooters approaching you from the distance. As we got closer to our accommodation, we could see the village of Positano, it was all lit up and looked beautiful. We arrived at the Grand Hotel Tritone, which is just outside of Positano village (10 minute drive), on the very coast. First impressions - amazing!!!! Would love to explore but we are exhausted. Will report back tomorrow, here's to a good nights ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Villa Gabrisa Positano
Away from the action
The Villa Gabrisa is located in north Positano i the next cove up. It is a bit high up..the place is very pleasant and clean. the bacony and terraces are on the main road and very noisy with buses and vespas....we had a suite but the bedroom and sitting room should have been switched as to help with the noise at night. you can get a bus back after you have walked down but it takes an hour..the restaurant was good but very expensive and there is no free breakfast here...the staff comes in late after 8am
We loved our room and terrace at this hotel. The terrace had a wonderful view of the beach and the cliffs.
We preferred the location further up the hill than the other hotels, away from the bustle of the beach, and the view and better from high up. But some people might find the walk and the stairs far from the centre of Positano.
We also enjoyed the food at the restaurant in the evenings. The food was good, and we got a small discount for being hotel guests. Breakfast, however was just basic.
My husband and I enjoyed our stay at the Villa Gabrisa...great place. We stayed in one of the suites and it was HUGE! Especially compared to all of the tiny European hotel rooms we were getting used to. Positano is an expensive place, but this hotel was really affordable, not ostentatious and lovely. The room could certainly stand to be updated, (light pink hot tub installed around 1979, I'm guessing) but it was very comfortable and having our own kitchenette and lots of space to move around was really nice. We had breakfast brought to our room every morning. It was pretty standard and just fine (buns, yogurt, etc.).
Great value and huge, romantic balconies with view for all rooms
Villa Gabrisa is a little gem. It is a family run operation and they speak good English. There are only 6 rooms available but all the rooms have sea views and expansive, beautiful balconies where you could see the cliff, Positano town and the sea at the same time. The restaurant is excellent (though food is a little on the sweet side). Service is impeccable and very warm. Breakfast could be improved. But great value for money. Highly recommended.
A Very Special Place
My partner and I stayed at the Villa Gabrisa for four glorious days in early September 2004. This small hotel tucked away in a corner of Positano is truly a find. The rooms are beautiful and large, the view of the sea from the balconies is impressive and the rates are well worth every euro. The family who owns the hotel is accomodating. Even the hotel restaurant is very good. Overall, this is an excellent value in one of the most beautiful places in the world. . . Positano!!
If you are looking for a small hotel in Positano, look no further than the Villa Gabrisa.
Great honeymoon spot
We stayed in the Sirio room, which offered a fantastic, yet private view of the sea and the town off of the large porch - perfect for sipping a bottle of wine or a quite breakfast. The family that runs the Villa Gabrisa is very nice and helpful. The restaurant is also very good. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling in the area, even over the higher end hotels.
Comfortable Rooms, Nice view
Our room (Nereo) was very spacious (especially by European standards).
The terrace was also big and view was marvelous. The place is family run and they were very helpful with everything. I would highly recommend this place for Positano stay.
What a View!
We arrived in Positano without a room. The Villa Gabrisi took us in, showed us the room and we fell in love with the place- large room, full bath and a fridge with a reasonably priced mini-bar. The terrace was spacious with a view of the ocean and the cliffs. The host was a transplanted New Zealander who made our stay in Positano a memorable one. She recommended restaurants and shops that we found to our liking.
How can you not love Positano, especially at the Villa Gabrisi.
Great small place to stay in Positanot
(6 rooms) - rate included breakfast delivered to our room and eaten outside on terrace (and good American style coffee); amazing balcony/terrace and great location high enough up for nice views from room; helpful English-speaking staff; large room and nice bathroom; superior experience, unmatched stay in Italy (and this was our honeymoon, so obviously this was a romantic place)