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Piazza Umberto 1 5/6, 84010 Atrani, Amalfi, Italy

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81%

Rating
859 Total Reviews
  • 78%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 91%Staff
  • 78%Atmosphere
  • 81%Cleanliness
  • 71%Facilities

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77%

Very difficult to find if you take the bus to amalfi. Not actually in Amalfi, but in the next town over. Very short walk though. Shower was sketchy, but overall the room was good for the amount spent.


83%

Philipo the manager is an absolute gem


77%

Nice place and well situated. Staff are very nice and helpful. Rooms are a bit cramped and even though you have a 3 person room, you can still hear everything in the other rooms at night. There is no common area or facilities though, but its close to a small piazza so its ok. The biggest problem was that we had one plug socket for 3 people in one room. I'd stay there again no problem but this time id bring a multi plug with me at least.


80%

It would be really great to have a kitchen. There are only mini supermarkets and without the kitchen you're forced to eat out everyday. Theres no wifi in the rooms just at the reception (where's no seating optionexcept for the floor) However it is a nice hostel in a small enjoyable village. The scenery and people are great.


77%

Good location for seeing Amalfi, Atrani and Ravello. Only 5 minutes walk to the beach at Atrani. Atrani lacks decent restaurants or bars - best to stay in Amalfi or Ravello.


86%

Perfect place to stay to visit Amalfi and surrounding areas. The rooms were quite loud at times but the staff and free breakfast made up for it. Would stay again


86%

+ the staff - the two brothers who own the place - were very friendly and helpful, gave us tips on what to do and how to use the public transport, were always ready for a chat + breakfast is included and nice, we even got a lunchbox when we mentioned that we part before the breakfast hours +even though we booked for a 4-bed-dorm we got accomodated in a double room o because the hostel has various locations, the room quality may vary

  • 5th Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (1 review)


77%

The location is amazing! Just outside Amalfi, 5-10 minute walk into Old Town, with it's own beautiful beach. Close to restaurants/bars. Not much of an atmosphere or a communal space to sit in. The shower is connected to the wall in the bathroom so everything floods. But otherwise clean bedrooms and sheets, nice staff and good wifi!


49%

Room unsuitability small with no storage space, beds sagged, had to continually ask for toilet paper. No kitchen or good supermarkets nearby. Laundry service too expensive. Wifi was only available in the reception area of the hostel and turns off at midnight for the night. When I mentioned that the hostel had been v. noisy the previous night (was kept awake from 1-2am by shouting girls - to be expected from only 'budget' accommodation in the area), one of the owners merely told me to 'shh'!!

  • 4th Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • All Female Group, 18-24
  • (1 review)


80%

Hostel was in a great location, a 5 minute walk to amalfi. Lovely owners and met some amazing other people. Only negative was the lack of air conditioning and old bunk beds. Would definitely go back!


91%

If you're looking for a quiet town to stay with great local people then this is the place to be. Its a cute little town only 5 minutes walking from Amalfi. The staff is good and the environment allows you to meet some amazing fellow travelers.


66%

Best thing about this place were the owners. Extremely lovely brothers who were always very helpful and friendly. Rooms were average, although no lockers and only two powerpoints between 6 people. Bathroom was a decent size but it flooded every time it was used. Really needed air con or a fan at least. Was very humid at night and the wifi only worked in the front corridor and first room (which was the room I stayed in so no complaints) Breakfast was not big but nice. Only 10 min walk to Amalfi.


94%

The hotel owners were so lovely! Very friendly and made us feel very welcome. The hotel was great. Our first room was very small and noisy because of the town bell that rings all through the night, but the owner was so understanding that he changed us to another room which was quieter and bigger, it was really nice! We loved our stay at Atrani! Thank you.

  • 30th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


94%

Awesome freindly hostel in a beautiful location. The two brothers who run it are great and so helpful. We visited all the places they talked about and we're blown away by the beauty. Really enjoyed coming down for breakfast each morning with proper coffee. There is also a lovely little beach really close with yummy cheap pizza!


100%

What a lovely place! We enjoyed everything about our stay here. The owners of the hostel were so friendly and went out of their way to make sure we had a good stay. We had booked into a dorm but when we arrived and saw I had injured my leg he moved us into a private room closer to the entrance without us even asking. The square in atrani is a lovely place to spend a few nights. The beach is busy with little shade but you can pay €10 and get a bed and an umbrella for the day.


94%

Ideal location,10 minute walk from amalfi where any hotel will cost you 200 a night. Atrani, the city its in, it's also amazing. It has its own beautiful beach and a piazza with restaurants that are cheaper than those in amalfi and with better food in my opinion.Extremely friendly and helpful staff. It's run by 2 brothers who are always around to help you. 1 thing to note is to get to the hostel you have to go down a large staircase then back up one and there are no elevators not great for bags


69%

If you like to have a nice nightlife, then stay in Positano and just visit Amalfi & Atrani. Atrani is a small place (smaller than Amalfi) and in my opinion it didn't have a lot to offer at night. Being a Caribbean baby, I didn't think much of the beaches here. Cinque Terre had way better beaches. It was a bit difficult to find the hostel, and although it did get cool late at night, a fan would have been nice. No common room and the wifi went off after 12am - breakfast was nice tho!


91%

This hostel is the perfect place to explore the Amalfi Coast from :) Free, substantial breakfast is provided. Also plenty of bathroom facilities which is nice!


74%

Staff friendly and helpful. Hot room but fan helped disperse air.

  • 15th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 41+
  • (1 review)


100%

Comfortable rooms, a two minute walk to a beautiful beach, delicious breakfasts included. The town of atrani is so cute and relaxing and so close to tons of beaches, hikes, and cute shops. I met wonderful people at the hostel, including the sweet brothers who run the place and really seem to care about their guests. Great little bar to hang out at right nearby plus a little market for sandwiches and plenty of other restaurants and shops nearby in amalfi. Would love to come back and spend a week


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