Albergo Sant'Andrea vs Hotel Luna Convento

Both Albergo Sant'Andrea and Hotel Luna Convento are highly recommended by professional reviewers writing for major publications. Overall, Hotel Luna Convento ranks significantly higher than Albergo Sant'Andrea. Hotel Luna Convento comes in at 85 with recommendations from 7 publications including The Telegraph, Star Service and Lonely Planet.

Albergo Sant'Andrea
7 / 10
Costanza d'Avalos, 84011 Amalfi
From $122 /night
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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"Occupying one of the top spots in town this tiny, family-run pensione is just across from the magnificent steps leading to Amalfi's cathedral." Full review
Lonely Planet
"This modest two-star has basic rooms... The recent introduction of double glazing has helped cut down the piazza hubbub, which can reach fever pitch in high season." Full review
Double glazing has helped cut down the piazza hubbub, which can reach fever pitch in high season – this is one place to ask for a room with a (cathedral) view.
Hotel Luna Convento
8 / 10
33 Via Pantaleone Comite, 84011 Amalfi
From $358 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
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Star Service
"Set on a promontory in town, this proves a more colorful version of the Spanish NH chain's Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi, on the south side of this sexy seaside resort" Full review
Insight Guides
"Ibsen penned much of The Doll’s House in this converted 13th-century monastery. In summer, breakfast is served in the Byzantine cloister, and rooms and the pool area enjoy wonderful views."
Travel + Leisure
"Perched on the promontory at the edge of town for the best views over the rooftops and up the coastline, this gorgeous old cloister was reportedly founded in 1222 by St. Francis himself." Full review
"The 43-room Hotel Luna Convento is an uppper-middle-range property with an excellent cliffside location overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, just a five-minute walk from town." Full review
"The hotel also owns the landmark Torre Saracena (Saracen Tower), now home to a bar and nightspot, which sits across the highway and stands guard over Amalfi's seaside promontory." Full review
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