Hotel La Bougainville

Address: Via Cristorofo Colombo 25, Positano, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84017, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Cristorofo Colombo 25, Positano, is near Spiaggia del Fornillo, Spiaggia Grande, Castello di Arechi, and Palazzo Murat.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Bougainville Positano

    Reviewed by dhensby

    Good location but quite a hike from beach

    Reviewed Oct 6, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada , Canada Flag of Canada

    The hotel is comfortable and had a great balcony overlooking the town and the ocean. The hotel is just outside the pedestrian only section of Positano making it very convenient to walk down into the town but the drawback to the location is the exhaust from all the vehicles travelling up to the upper reaches of town and beyond. If you arrive, as we did, via ferry, the hike to the hotel with bags is quite steep and tiring.

    The room was spacious and had good WiFi. The breakfast was OK not overwhelming but served in a nice breakfast room.

    Staff were very friendly and helpful when needed.

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