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All reviewstop floorrecommend this hotelpartial viewbedroom apartmentamalfi coastfamily roompastriesfamily owned hotelno liftthird floorstayed for nightsbeautiful viewfamily runperfect locationbreakfast was includedwould definitely stay here againbeautiful hotel
The receptionist was incredibly helpful and polite. Morning breakfast was typical Italian bliss, surrounded by beautiful sunshine in typical Positano decorative style. The chef/waiter, too was lovely. The rooms were not modern, but stunning: my opinion though is that anyone coming to Positano should embrace...More
A beautiful boutique style family run hotel with the best views of Positano. All the staff went over and above to ensure we had a wonderful stay here. Our room was an ample size for the 3 of us with a small balcony overlooking the...More
We stayed here as part of an Amalfi Coast Tour with Nada's of Italy. 8 nights which was perfect. This hotel makes a great home base for the Amalfi coast including Capri, Paestum, Pompeii, Sorrento, Ravello...I could go on and on. But more about the...More
Our stay at Hotel Reginella in Positano was by far one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. The hotel itself is not fancy. It is well appointed however, and the family that runs it are incredibly helpful and put love into their work....More
Stayed at Hotel Reginella for 5 nights. A lovely clean room with sea and mountain views,balcony, very relaxing.
Friendly family staff who were very helpful, always cheerful and nothing was too much trouble.
The breakfast was great.Hotel Reginella is central in the beautiful town of...More
You can walk down the steps which are right across the street from the Reginella and I'd say it's about 250 or you can take a leisurely stroll down the street. I opted more often than not for the street since there was so... More
You can walk down the steps which are right across the street from the Reginella and I'd say it's about 250 or you can take a leisurely stroll down the street. I opted more often than not for the street since there was so much to see and fantastic shops to wander into. The street goes right to the church which then leads to the beach, a beautiful journey no matter which way you choose to go!