Hotel Pietra di Luna  

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.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based On 215 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 5Floors
  • 96Rooms
  • 2Lifts


The authentic holiday collection

  • Traditional and modern styles
  • Town and countryside settings
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Properties with character

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

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.

Piano bar*

There's live music once a week at the piano bar.

Outdoor pool

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

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to three, with air-conditioning at select times between mid-June and mid-September.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to three, with air-conditioning at select times between mid-June and mid-September.

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Best hotel we have stayed at, great location.

My wife and I have just returned from our 10 day stay at Pietra di Luna hotel, Maiori. We were certainly well pleased with our choice, the manager was always around to welcome us, help us with the language and as I found out, to be there to help, along with his lovely staff, when I was taken ill for a couple of hours. They couldn't have done better, the staff, who obviously love their jobs, became our friends and did their best to make sure we enjoyed ourselves. It has been said before that the food was unusual,but the Chef managed to make everything taste delicious, dishes like swordfish, grouper, mussels, were all given a different twist and we can say we enjoyed all put before us. The rooms were spotless, showers cleaned down and clean towels given straight away, I must admit that after my soft bed at home, the beds did seem hard, but the manager seemed quite open to the suggestion of optional mattress toppers for us "softies". An ideally situated hotel with bus stops within a few metres, much better than a 5 star hotel perched on a hill. The overall impression was of a very well organised and very happy team, for once in my life, I was sad to come home.More

Peter M, Bacup, United Kingdom

very relaxing week

Stayed for a week commencing May 11th with my daughter. The room was large with huge very comfortable bed and a single. We paid extra for a sea view and large balcony. We coul hear the waves from our beds. The road noise was not a problem. We had a large flat screen tv but I only found 2 english speaking channels so we did not use. We werd told that wi fi was only available in the foyer and lounge area, which was disappointing. The hotel was very clean, towels changed twice daily. I loved that beds were turned down at night and sweets or biscuits left. We had a huge bathroom with bath shower and bidet. T he hotel staff were friendly and helpful. Alfonso the manager was always around reception and ate in the dining room. He was very keen to get to know his guests and actually said that if we wanted any particular foods he would arrange it. There was no need as the meals were varied and excellant. 3 courses with choice of soup or pasta, followed by a main course of meat or local fresh fish and a sweet of fresh fruit, ice cream or another speciality pudding. The service in the dining room was very efficient and the atmosphere lovely. Luigi was our waiter and deserves special mention. Breakfast was a buffett with hot bacon and scrambled eggs on request. We loved going down to dinner as there was a lovely atmosphere in the dining room and the servicd was formal, efficient but friendly. It had an old world charm that is often not found today. I think the hotel would suit most people. Music was provided twice weekly in the bar. Hotel is close to Maori and all local amenities and bus stops to Amalfi, ravello etc. The holiday was very relaxing mainly due to the atmosphere in thd hotel and it was a joy to be there. I would recommend and return again.More

Jane M, Monmouthshire

Great location, okay hotel

The hotel is in a great location but has clearly had it's heyday. It has a fading charm about it and could absolutely do with a make over. Our room was quite large but had old furniture and the bed was very hard. However, we had wonderful french doors that opened onto a balcony and it was nice to sit there and look at the water, even if we did have to turn our charirs around to do so. I did not find the staff in this hotel particularly friendly, particuarly in the restuarant and as we were part of a tour group we were often disregarded for other guests. The food was average and the one dinner we ate there was terrible and was served in front of us from a big tray that had obviolusly been sitting under heating lamps. We did not eat there for the rest of the trip and preferred to find places on the promenade. The WIFI is also shonky and would constantly drop out and is only available in the lobby but this also depends on where you sit. The bar area is not very large but we did all spend one night there and the staff were accommodating to us, however it felt that the hotel is not a place designed to hang out it. I would look for somewhere else to stay if I were to return to the area.More

lozzieg82, australia

Pleaseant last minute stay

We booked last minuteas a beach get away from Rome. We were very welcomed when we arrived. the hotel is in a 1970s time warp in style which we found exciting and stylish! with even the popular 70s extra deep side to the pool! We were given rooms with a lateral view balcony to the ocean. They were even very considerate to give us a room with a double bed and a small single bed for our toddler and there was still even space for the travel cot so the rooms are a good size! only the fixed decor is 70s the rest, excellent free wifi, flat screen TVs is all up to date. We have been to other more well known towns cities in the Amalfi coast but chose Maiori this time as we travelled with my parent and our very young children so we wanted something family friendly with a beach, playground and prommenade and we were not dissapointed! everyone welcomed us very warmly, the food was divine!More

Renstie, London

We love it here!

Don't think you can beat the mix of this classic hotel with excellent service, very good food and facilities for such value anywhere! We liked Pietra Di Luna and its Maiori location in 2013, so we came for a second time and everything seems even better. The new chef and dinner menu was really good, frequently featuring local seafood as part of our meal plan. The best breakfasts we have had in Italy, anywhere. And don't tell any one but if you feel like a treat you can ask for eggs and bacon. The staff make you feel like you are in a grand hotel, and are amazing. We remembered all of them from before, and they remembered us, making for a very warm welcome. Including a cake and glass of prosecco and a sereanade from a visiting music group on my birthday! The rooms are spotless and the new soft towels are changed twice daily. It was too cool to use the pool this time but it is beauty, the only hotel with a pool and private patio in Maiori overlooking the seafront. Our room had a balcony overlooking the pool and sea. After reading other Trip Advisor reports we asked for a 'softer bed' this time and yes we got it.. Even though some say they find the architecture /design a bit old fashioned we like the feeling of the earlier epoque (1970's) and it is it is absolutely spotless and comfortable. Especially the cocktail bar and the lobby with it's multitude of pale green leather sofas. Great for accessing the free wi-fi there. The other major appeal is the fantastic location on the seafront It is also away from all the tourists, but with very easy access to everything on the Amalfi coast including Positano and Ravello by the local buses (SITA) or the open-top sight seeing buses. Last time we had a rental car and visited Pompei, Herculaneum and Villa Oplontis. Driving the coast road is not for the faint hearted! I hope we can make it back again soon, thank you to the new manager and all the staff who make this such a great place to stay.More

nickandjanice2015, Oakville, Canada

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Hotel Pietra di Luna
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