Il Saraceno Grand Hotel

Address: Via Giovanni Augustariccio 33, Conca dei Marini, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84011, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Giovanni Augustariccio 33, Conca dei Marini, is near Sentieri degli dei (Path of the Gods), San Lorenzo Maggiore, Grotta dello Smeraldo (Emerald Grotto), and Emerald Grotto (Grotta di Smeraldo).
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        • Beach
        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Shuttle bus service
        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Il Saraceno Grand Hotel Conca dei Marini

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        Travel Blogs from Conca dei Marini

        Amalfi, first mentioned in the 6th century

        A travel blog entry by shauna.collins on Sep 17, 2016

        5 photos

        After 40 hours of travel we finally arrived to the most beautiful place on the planet. Nestled in a fishing village along the Amalfi Coast sits Il Saraceno Grand Hotel what once was an old fort. Jet lagged we sat on our balcony last night sipping delicious local vino and eating olives unlike anything we've ever tasted, while listening to the sounds …

        Pompeii-day 11

        A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 12, 2014

        42 photos

        Today we woke up fairly early to get to Pompeii. We went up for a quick breakfast then were on our way. Mark thought the train would be better, although I really wanted to take a cab. But I let him decide, so train it was. We had to take a shuttle bus out from the port, very industrial. We found our way past the guys asking to take us in a taxi, I so wanted to say yes! But we went across the street to the tobacco/magazine stand, where the guy spoke a bit of English, I was glad I ...

        Pompeii- crosswalks and central heating

        A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 18, 2013

        80 photos

        ... the streets are the grooves that have been made by the chariot wheels on the cobble stones, it literally looks like a wagon has been bogged in the rocks
        as the wheel shape has been carved into them.

        Everything is planned and ordered, there was a reason for everything, the houses where grand pieces of art that showed each families wealth. I was able to walk through houses and clearly see the different uses for rooms. The art work is still visable on ...

        Tomb Raiders and Cone Heads

        A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 23, 2013

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... to note that in art that predates this eruption, Vesuvius was drawn as a towering mass of mountain, seemingly about twice as high as its current 4,200-foot elevation. This geographic giant had remained largely asleep for an estimated 1,200 years. Those living in its shadow had no way to see that their occasional earthquakes, which were problematic enough in their own time, were also signs of the pyroclastic power lying beneath Vesuvius’ base. ...

        Parents part 2, Amalfi coast

        A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Sep 22, 2013

        60 photos

        ... we had booked a hotel a couple of hours from the airport. As we were avoiding the tolls, we ended up driving through some lovely towns in Umbria that had lovely old centres, ancient aqueducts and looked beautiful in the evening light, such as Nepes. We had booked a hotel in Amelia, another hilltop town we had never heard of before which seemed very pretty, but completely empty in the evening. After 2 weeks of Italian food, we decided to enjoy a kebab instead for ...