Set in the quiet seaside town of Maiori, the Hotel Pietra di Luna is in a prime position for exploring the Amalfi Coast’s attractions. The friendly staff get great reviews, too.
The Hotel Pietra di Luna makes a great holiday base – it’s just a couple of minutes’ walk from the centre of Maiori, and a 20-minute bus ride from the postcard seaside town of Amalfi.
Looks-wise, Hotel Pietra di Luna is a typical seaside hotel – a five-storey whitewashed affair with stripy awnings and a large pool.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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You can start your day with a buffet breakfast, and later on, snacks and light lunches are available on the Belvedere Terrace. Dinner is waiter service with an à la carte menu.
There's live music once a week at the piano bar.
This place has a good-sized pool. The sun terrace wraps around it and is dotted with sunbeds and parasols.
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Twin Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
These twin rooms come with a partial sea view. There’s a balcony for that extra bit of space. You’ll have 1 extra bed in the bedroom. And air-conditioning is available from 15th June to 15th September.
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These twin rooms come with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the sea. And air-conditioning is available at select times from 15th June to 15th September.
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Lovely hotel with excellent staff
We had a room on the 3rd floor with a large balcony. It was pretty dated but that wasn't a problem. Our only problem was that the bed was really hard and very uncomfortable. Our lovely housekeeper put a double layer of mattress toppers on the beds and it was a bit better but not much. The hotel is spotlessly clean and the staff are lovely. Good pool area and lovely beach area with sun beds, parasols and beach towels. Food was fine and service was very good. Such a shame about the beds - hope that they will get more comfortable mattresses in the future.More
Current renovations will help
I can only write as a single make traveler. I am used to hotels, resorts, and cruise ships thinking single makes aren't interested in views, and table locations etc. Da Luna is a very nice hotel and get my vote as THE CLEANEST HOTEL IN THE WORLD and I've been around. Everything spotless. I wasn't in,,,but understand that most of the rooms are charming with balconies, and views and that the fourth floor has undergone a fabulous renovation. My room sadly...booked through Air Transat and the only one on offer was at the back of this beach front hotel, looking into a lane...no balcony...fixed shutters with very little light coming in. I tried opening the shutter and was looking into a local families apartment and they into my room...so this was not an option. Shutters closed the room was depressing and dull...no idea of the weather etc.Barking dogs, garbage truck loading and smashing glass bottles, kids playing. The small bathroom had an impossible shower...2 foot by 2 foot base with a tile wall around it up to about 18" high...White plastic curtains enclosed it on three sides. If it had been glassed in then it would have worked but when the shower was running the curtains wrapped around you, sticking to you...like shrink wrap...trying to bend and wash your feet I was so wrapped up that I nearly fell out on the floor. Dreadful experience...needs new concept. The dining room was large and facing the ocean across a patio, very attractive...in each of the two front corners was large poles 4' x 4' and holding up the ceiling, of course being a single male they actually had a table stuck in behind these poles...I could not see most of the dining room and felt isolated and often forgotten...my trip was all inclusive but I only ate at the hotel 3 times as it was oppressive for me stuck behind the pole...there were single ladies seated alone out in the open so they could see and be seen. I ate out most of the time so for me the all inclusive wasn't a deal. The other thing is the Dining Room and the Bar are both quite nice but so incredibly brightly lit I'm sure they could be seen from the space station. The hotel could create much more atmosphere and save money by investing a a few dinner switches...The bar being so bright wasn't very busy in spite of their not being bars around town. WIFI is free but only works on the make lobby level. The linens were excellent quality and comfortable. The buffet breakfast was a nice variety. Staff rather indifferent and not eager to help when you asked questions. I had the same back of the building with Transat the last time at the Panorama, equally dreary...hotels need to understand that when a person is alone and has no one to share conversation it is offensive to be shoved into the background all the time....A fabulous resort location, great private beach and pool .... if you go insist on a balcony and at least a bit of a view after all your on vacation not just passing through. Solo travelers appreciate a bit of extra attention simply because they are alone.More
Amazing holiday to this lovely hotel and resort
We visited this fab hotel in the last week of August. The hotel is amazing and has wonderful design features dating back to the 60's when it was built. It's a design classic and I really hope the management keep these lovely features especially in the communal areas such as the reception, bar and ladies toilets. The hotel were very accommodating with regards to our room request and we had a newly renovated room on the first floor. It was beautifully decorated and very stylish in design. We had a lovely big bed which was very comfortable and a jacuzzi bath which was a nice treat. The hotel is spotless and the staff work so hard to keep it that way. The maids do a great job and the hotel has a turn down service in the evening too where they change the towels and toiletries and generally tidy the room. When we arrived at 11.00 in the evening we were given a small meal of typical Italian antipasti which was delicious. We were half board and the food was generally good. I enjoyed all the starters and most of the mains. The pasta and risotto dishes were very tasty and authentic. Some of the mains were not all to my choice but nothing that we couldn't eat. We had a special Italian evening one night and the food was excellent and we all enjoyed the entertainment too. The resort is well placed and the beach is clean and you get free sun beds. The sand is pebbles and I wish I had brought sea shoes to wear in the sea as it's a bit painful on your feet. Maori is a lovely resort with lot of restaurants and cafes. We had ice cream most nights in the gelato shops . I would go back as it's a great base to explore and a very good hotel too.More
Perfect location for relaxing visit
We have just returned from a wonderful week at this hotel. Its position with private beach is a 10 minute stroll from the harbour where the ferries will take you along the coast for as little as 3e should you need more. The hotel rooms, public space and gardens are spotlessly clean and the staff are friendly, helpful and attentive, and will stop and speak to you if you see them in the street. Our party of 4 had two rooms, one with sea view the other with part seaview. Both were of a good size and large balconies affording views across the town and into the mountains behind the resort. The bathrooms were modern and well appointed and a good size. The bedrooms had good sized wardrobes and a safe. The restaurant is at the front of the hotel with views across the bay. The food is typically Italian and is well cooked and flavoursome. On one of our nights there was a 'gala' dinner for Queen Margarita (of pizza fame) to celebrate her visit to Maiori which was a set menu with music supplied by local guitar and mandolin duo who played among the tables traditional and well known Italian songs. There is relaxed atmosphere in the hotel as with Maiori itself. Return? Without a second thought.More
Third trip to The Pietra di Luna
Another great holiday spent an the Pietra di Luna. The staff were all excellent again with many familiar faces who welcomed us warmly. A big storm cause damage to the lido area, however, the beach staff worked flat out to get everything working again on the beach within days. Our room benefitted from an upgrade to the bathroom which was nice to see and the food was very good and there was some very nice entertainment on a couple of nights. We were lucky to be able to witness the annual firework display in nearby Ravello which was stunning. We're looking forward to a return visit in the future and must congratulate Alfonso on making the Pietra di Luna such a lovely place to stay.More
Andrew L, 580403
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