Hotel Poseidonia Mare

Address: Via Torre Di Mare 16, Paestum, Campania, 84063, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Torre Di Mare 16, Paestum, is near Greek Temples of Paestum (Poseidonia), Velia, and Azienda Agrituristica Seliano.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Poseidonia Mare Paestum

      Reviewed by bchucks

      Great, but older clientele

      Reviewed Sep 5, 2013
      by (1 review) Monterey , United States Flag of United States

      We didn't realize Paestum would be so full of retirees, so for young people like us it was a bit strange. The only decent restaurant in the immediate area was in the hotel, and they gave us a couple of free cocktails while we waited for the restaurant to open. Very close to the beach, and the balcony was very nice. The proprieters were very eager to serve, but only one of them speaks good English so make sure you arrive within normal hours while he's working.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Poseidonia Mare Paestum

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Paestum

      Pompei or Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by bljohnson54 on Jul 14, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... I realised I had mistakenly placed a bidet towel on the hand towel rail....Ugghhh and oops. I will
      try not to think about it...

      Tomorrow- we have a cooking class on the property headed by the Countessa and we eat what we make for lunch.. Then we go to Paestrum to see ruins, and then go to see mozzarella being made- we also view the buffalo.













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      Heading to Amalfi

      A travel blog entry by hannaharrison on Sep 19, 2012

      26 photos

      ... only be described as exhilarating in a scary and awe inspiring way. Before we arrived in Italy we had read that driving was not advisable and for foreigners it actually takes 3 people to drive along the windy narrow roads of Amalfi; one to drive, one to yell at the other drivers and one to take in the view. We all appreciated that advice once we arrived safely at our destination.

      We all were torn between looking at the most spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea with ...

      Oh! Campania!!

      A travel blog entry by angelatravels on Sep 07, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Andrea, where we got matrimonial as a couple took a few wedding pictures in front of us, a
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      Boat Tour- Capri & Amalfi Coast

      A travel blog entry by angie_molly2011 on Jun 25, 2011

      28 photos

      ... liberals until their wives decided to talk to us about our travels. Everyone was really nice and luckily the lady from Texas gave Molly some dramamine...go figure she would get sea sick :). We stopped and I swam at the Piscina Di Venere a beautiful inlet along the coast of Capri. Swimming inside a cave felt weird. I was trying not to think about what else might be in there. The boat took us to Grotto Meravigliosa and under ...

      Gold Digging in Amalfi

      A travel blog entry by buonappetito on Aug 31, 2010

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... stomachs. The Amalfi region (Campania) is known for the quality of its buffalo mozzarella, dubbed ‘white gold’ (l’oro bianco) by locals and foodie alikes. This soft, creamy variety far exceeded the imports we’ve tried in the States.

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