Welcome - Come and visit our Hotel
Maiori Easter Holidays 2018 on Italy's Amalfi Coast Each year the Holy Easter revives in every town along the Amalfi Coast the traditions and religious rites. Among the most suggestive religious rites, The Procession of the Dead Christ in Amalfi and the Battenti (repentant) in Maiori with their choirs,...
Overlooking the beautiful Maiori's
promenade, just 30 meters from the sea, the Hotel Pietra di Luna
is a modern and functional structure, able to satisfy every need of the customer
who chooses the Amalfi coast to spend his holidays, lulled by the
sweet sound of the waves and the fresh sea breeze.
Located in the center of the town, it enjoys a
stunning panoramic view of Maiori's bay, between the Norman Tower,
on the east side, and the Miramare Castle, on the western one, surrounded by beautiful
terraced hills, cultivated with vines and lemon trees.
A wide selection of services and modern comforts, in addition to the renowned hospitality
of the locals, the excellent gastronomy and an unique natural landscape, will make
your stay on the Amalfi coast an unforgettable experience!
Our 92 bright and comfortable rooms are equipped with private services (shower or bath), air conditioning, SAT TV, mini-bar, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and safety box. All double rooms have balconies with side sea view, while Superior double rooms have sea-facing balcony; Standard single rooms have not sea view and are equipped with air conditioning and French bed. The new Deluxe Double Rooms, with swimming pool and sea view, have a large bathroom with Jacuzzi bath tub, walk-in shower, double vanity, WI FI and USB ports.
- swimming pool for adults and children, with sunbeds and parasols;
- private beach with sunbeds and parasols;
- TV room;
hall with wi-fi connection and internet point;
- American Bar with snack service;
- meeting center;
Due to its strategic position, the Hotel Pietra di Luna is the
ideal starting point for interesting excursions to the other famous locations of
the Amalfi coast (Amalfi, Positano,
Ravello) and the Sorrento Peninsula, the archaeological
areas of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum
and the islands of Capri and Ischia.