Salerno Hostel also known as the Ave Gratia Plena started as a convent in 1650. In 2003, this rustic building set on one of the historic centre’s oldest streets became Salerno Hostel. Only a few metres away from the sea, guests will find this an ideal base for enjoying all that the beautiful Amalfi Coast has to offer.

The hostel features a variety of comfortable rooms with modern facilities including, Wi-Fi, electronic keys and a licensed bar on-site. Guests can find a sun-drenched deck with stunning views on the fourth floor; the area is fully equipped for relaxation with plenty of chairs and sun loungers.

The town centre is only a short walk away and is bursting with life thanks to the many bars, pubs and wine shops, where guests can sample delicious local cuisine. Nearby attractions include, the old Longobard town, the wonderful beaches of the Amalfi Coast, pretty Positano and the ever-so chic Capri.

What travellers think

Best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Nature-lovers
  • Food-lovers
  • Culture

Green rating

75%

Reviews

We liked the direct access to the courtyard corridor. Larger room of the dorm: Bed had damaged legs. Please advise guests that ordinary talking in the courtyard is amplified by the walls and can be heard very clearly at night. It would be helpful if there was a small kitchen facility for hostel users: for heating water to make tea or coffee, and a fridge with labelling facilities. This is standard in all hostels internationally.

93%

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Simone,

Thu 18 Jun 2015

Améliorer la propreté de la salle de bain et le bruit par les fêtards dans l'hôtel jusqu'à 4 am. Parler à voix basse devrait être imposé de 22H à 7am. Il y avait des gens sur le party presque toute la nuit dans une chambre voisine. Même avec des bouchons c'était très dérangeant. If you don't understand french, I said that bathroom needed to be clean and lot of noise all night in a room next to mine.

67%

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Micheline,

Tue 09 Jun 2015