Hotel Reginella is Fit for a Noblewoman and Sea Captain

 - Aug 8, 2012
Embedded in the steep hills of Positano, a small town along the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Hotel Reginella offers quintessential Mediterranean comforts that capture the beauty of its surrounding area. The white walls and tiled floors are accented with typical Italian statues and similar artwork, allowing guests to enjoy the culture without being too overwhelmed. Once owned by a noblewoman by the name of Reginella in the 1800s, Hotel Reginella has since retained its regal existence in the quaint town. It also boasts nautical accents, which was introduced by a young sea captain, Giovanni Maresca, when he converted the house into a hotel.

The true crowning glory of Hotel Reginella, is its unrivalled views of the gulf of Positano. It offers sea views from all of its rooms.