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C. Colombo 29, 84019 Vietri, Italy – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 270 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel La Lucertola.
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Private Beach Area
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 1:00 PM
Until 11:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 3 years are charged EUR 15 per person per night in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 150 reviews Good
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Score from 666 reviews Very good
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Score from 180 reviews Very good
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Score from 241 reviews Very good
the view. breakfast is good
the bathroom is too small. air-condition did not work.
Great views of the ocean and Amalfi Coast the parking was good
The pillows and bed were pretty ordinary. The bathroom facilities were pretty pore. Would not rate this place as 4star, but it was a great place to stay.
Amazing view from the balcony. Nice staff. Cleanliness. Enjoyable breakfast.
No electric sockets near the bed. Noisy ventilation in the bathroom. I could hear the noise from the corridor, but fortunately it was low season and there was little movement.
The venue was great very beautiful scenery up on a cliff face
The town of Vietri itself is a bit tired.
Beautiful cliff top location where the balcony of the room opened out directly above the sea. Great restaurant. 10 minute walk to variety of restaurants and beach.
Resturant staff dont know how to behave. My self I approached the nar upon arriving for dinner, without saying a word I was attacket verbally by a bar waiter. I dont understand Italian, but other guest contacted me after and said it was a personal attack on me. I left the hotel within the hour despite having two days left of my prepaid stay. Upon leaving a representant came with some cash as refound with a single word "Sorry". Andreas, France.
Overlooking the sea, watching the cruise ships come in
steps down to the sea.....not good if you have any mobility problems
The location is a quiet and a little away from the town, but this adds to the charm of the hotel. The private beach area is small, but very comfortable and a nice way to spend a quiet day in the sunshine. Rooms were clean and comfortable. The bed was great!
The staff were sometimes a little unfriendly, but they did help with booking taxis etc so this was a minor issue. Breakfast was exactly the same everyday and a little variation would have been welcome.
The hotel has a gret location if you get a room with a sea view. Aside from this I can't see why you would stay here. The rooms are very basic but comfortable, and for what they are, they are a little overpriced. The man on reception was very rude- seemed in a huff to have to deal with guests! He also recommended a fish restaurant to go to- the closest one to the restaurant. Avoid at all costs- the worst food and service we have ever had! My partner is Italian and a chef and he was embarrassed that this was what the amalfi coast had to offer me as a tourist. The restaurant isn't part of the hotel but it wa recommended by the guy at reception. We would stay here again as we would know what to expect, but aside from the view-it wasn't quite the romantic setting we were looking for on the amalfi coast.
Good location and we had a room with sea view which was wonderful.
Some staff were not particularly helpful.
We happened across this hotel in Vietri Sul Mare as Salerno was completely booked up. After 2 nights in the Grand Salerno we were sad to leave. What a find to come across this fantastic hotel instead (for less) just 5km up the road!! I can't believe anyone would rate it less than excellent. It's one of a very few hotels right on the ocean (rooms on a cliff!) with terraces and amazing ocean views. The decor is the most modern and beautiful we've seen in our month stay all over Italy. I can't say enough about this hotel and would come back again if ever in the area.
Everything was perfect with this hotel. Buses were a bit hard to figure out as there seems to be no trains - but that's not clear when you buy your ticket at the train station in Salerno. Opt instead to take the local bus #4 to and from Salerno. €1.20 one way - buy bus tickets at the Tabacchi (sp?) shops instead of train station (as that's for the Trenitalia bus).
It is very nice that your balcony is located right on the cliff as if you could jump directly to the water.
First of all this accommodation is not a 4 but 3 star hotel. That might partly explain my disappointment. Most disturbing was however the grumpiness of the staff, which vividly displayed dissatisfaction of working there and ideally wouldn't want to talk to the customers at all. The Wi-Fi didn't work in the room, only in the lobby, which for me does not qualify the hotel to be called Wi-Fi equipped. People were crowding in front of the reception with their mobile phones. The parking space is very limited - that's quite common on Amalfi coast. Still, I think it's not fair to advertise on internet that parking is available, and then I was asked to park my car on the narrow street just in front of a turn - that didn't give me a comfort feeling about the safety of my car.
Balcony off our room had the most breathtaking ocean view. Short walk to Vietri town centre full of cute shops and close to Vietri Marina for beach & food.
Staff weren't especially helpful - we had to ask about everything (wifi password, breakfast time, surrounding s...). Also had no map to give us.
the view and the location is excellent. the food was good. he room is nice and comfortable. the private beach is beautiful and cosy.
in our room wifi worked only in bathroom. the fact that you have to pay extra money for the the private hotel beach is a bit disapointing.
The view! this was in a great location just outside of Salerno with panoramic views. the value for money was good.
Although I'm sure maintenance has been done recently, the hotel could really use a facelift.
location is good
A ludicrous stay: the staff was surly and uncouth, the hotel has the despairing look of better days, and hosts noisy parties late into the wee hours. But for those of you who are thinking that the main asset is the hotel's access to a private beach, beware: the said swimming platform is a tatty, ramshackle rusty thing overseen by a listless teenager and a handful of sun-faded parasols. But the worst is that you will have to pay 10 euros per person per day to have access to this ocean-side paradise, even though the beach is the hotel's own. An utter rip-off. Oh, and the included breakfast suffers equal neglect and avarice.
No bus from hotel to Salerno on Saturday and Sunday. Taxi costs 20 Eu to the Solerno train station.
location and the view
staff are not helpfull , noisy mornings , poor breakfast and slow elevators
right on the sea so nothing between your room and the sea but it is not a beach hotel.
balconies in need of repair. too far from beach and town of Vietri
This is a lovely little hotel overlooking the coast. The staff is warm and welcoming. We could walk to the center of Vietri.
Dinner was just OK - not great, but the setting made up for it.
The location, balconies, the view, and natural light
There was nothing to dislike
Balcony is over water with wonderful view of seas and hills.
Wonderful view. Modern architecture. Nice room. Helpfull staff. Good parking. Striking potentiality . Good luck!
Noicy engine sound from the commercial port not far way. Old and poor breakfast. Pity. Better onli a ' cornetto and a real neapolitan cafe'.
The breathtaking view right outside the balcony. The lift! The clean beach and crystal clear waters. They had satellite television with English-speaking channels.
When I called the hotel to ask for directions, the lady simply dismissed me and told me to call back later even though I told her that I was already at the train station. We ended up going on foot and had to navigate our way there by GPS. The Vietri sul Mare train station is fairly deserted, and you will have to walk quite a distance to get to any form of public transport below. So it's best if you call for a taxi in advance if you have large luggages. Also, because Vietri is an area with lots of hills, it's best to travel light as you will have a lot of walking uphill to do if you decide to go on foot. It took us approximately 45 minutes to get to the hotel from the train station with multiple stops at the beach and at benches because the steep stairs and hills took a toll on us (due to our many bags). Furthermore, the staff did not speak fluent English so it was a challenge to communicate with them if you do not speak Italian. Moreover, the only restaurant available was the hotel's, which was closed and would only re-open in April. So you would have to walk quite a distance to the nearest restaurant.
Good size room nice view overlooking sea, Staff all ok
no restaurant available for dinner closed until April did not know when booking, no tea coffee facilities in room,
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