What We Love
- A welcoming hotel near the Amalfi Coast, with breakfast, a bottle of wine and lovely extras The wonderful owner and his staff, who make the Hotel Europa a little oasis of calm
- Exploring Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, which are all close by
- Relaxing beside the outdoor pool after a day of seeing the sights
Italian hospitality is all about the food, the people and the scenery, and with the Hotel Europa, you’ll enjoy all three. Just five miles from Pompeii and an easy drive from the glorious Amalfi Coast, it’s a lovely, no-frills base for exploring one of Italy’s most beautiful areas.
With daily shuttles to the city centre and a friendly team on hand to help you organise local trips and excursions, you’ll be perfectly placed to make the most of this sun-kissed destination. Hotel Europa itself is a simple hideaway, with light rooms featuring modern amenities and furnished balconies. There’s an inviting bar and lounge area, a tennis court, massage services and a solarium, and an attractive outdoor pool surrounded by gardens, for cooling off after a day’s sightseeing. The restaurant serves fresh, local cuisine in a relaxed dining room, and the generous continental breakfast is served on the tranquil shaded terrace.
How to Get There
Stayed with Francesco at Hotel Europa with 25 students from the US. Carmine and Francesca were very responsive with our bookings.
Francesco, the owner greeted us personally on arrival. The staff, including Rafael, were very attentive and polite. Carmine went out of his way to make sure we had plenty of low cost activities in the area. This is a family owned hotel, and the invitation to be part of their family felt genuine!
The hotel is located behind two large dilapidated state owned hotels which gives the area a run-down feel. The Hotel Europa itself was quite nice. It was mid May, and the pool was not yet open.
The town behind the hotel is charming, with narrow streets and family-owned restaurants. The mountain to the East and South is impressive and beautiful.
It was a wonderful place to stay, off the beaten path, and budgeted well for student groups.
Umberto, the manager of the restaurant was very kind. The breakfast food was very good, and he seemed to enjoy having 25 students converge on his place in the morning. He even cranked up popular music to help the students “wake up”.
Spent a week at this Best Western hotel.Francesco the owner was always on hand to advise or assist and successfully achieves his aim to make you feel comfortable and at home.The staff are fabulous ..most especially Aldo!! The rooms are clean and have everything you need.Breakfast was adequate..dinner is available but we chose to eat out.There is a sauna on the roof top...my husband assures me it was fantastic! It is a shame about the two derelict hotels out the front of the hotel....you need to look past these however as the accomodation provided is certainly well worth it! We do intend to return as it is a fabulous base from which you can go via train...cheap.....to see the sights.
Thank you all for such a wonderful stay!!!!
This is a very welcoming hotel, where the staff go out of their way to assist and help you in all of your needs. It is located in a lovely and well maintained grounds and a good place to stay for a short break, that gives you access to many of the tourist attractions in the area.
The hotel was close to the center, the hosts I could not fault, an amazing greeting upon arrival and could not do enough for us, super available. Fantastic structure and services. A great stay would definetly return.
we have just returned from the europa hotel, we really enjoyed are stay, staff couldent do enough for you, rooms are plenty big enough for a couple, with nice size balcony, we were at the back of hotel view was fantastic looking at the surrounding mountains and cable car,