7 Affordable Amalfi Coast Hotels with a Swimming Pool Under or Around $100

A photo of a beautiful swimming pool at the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro in Maiori on the Amalfi coast, overlooking the sea. The pool is sparkling blue and inviting, with lounge chairs and umbrellas on the surrounding terrace. The image is used for illustrative purposes only and is not part of the presented list.
Image of a swimming pool on the Amalfi coast, used for illustrative purposes only © Veronika Pfeiffer

Please keep in mind that hotel prices can fluctuate depending on the time of year, so some of the featured hotels may not always be under or around $100 per night. Also, note that prices listed are for a double room and are accurate as of 2023. I am not affiliated with any of the hotels mentioned in this post.

1.Le Oreadi , Agerola

This hotel has a tastefully furnished and sophisticated interior with stone walls that add a touch of authenticity and charm to the overall aesthetic.

Prices range from around €90 in shoulder and low seasons to €100-140 in high season.

2.Villa Le Murelle , Tramonti

With a 9.3 rating on Booking, this little B&B-style villa is nestled in the mountains of the Amalfi Coast. It could be perfect for exploring lesser-known paths of Monte Lattari or hiking the Alta Via del Monte Lattari. The narrow layers of terraces and lemon groves in the garden make for a lovely atmosphere, and guests love the calmness of the countryside and of course, the lovely pool area. The hotel is outside of the crowds of Amalfi town but only a few kilometers away. The hotel offers private parking.

Prices range from €80 in the shoulder season to €100-150 in the high season.

3. Angelina Residence , Maiori

Angelina Residence, located in the heart of Maiori, is the largest-scale hotel on my list. From a logistic point of view, this is my absolute favourite, especially if you’re visiting the coast for a shorter period. For a 3-day itinerary, this could be a great choice for a base. The hotel is close to the sea port, making it easy to take the ferry, and the bus stop is nearby. The accommodation is child-friendly, just like the town itself (Maiori has the longest beach area in the Amalfi Coast). The resort has a big pool, and the apartments come with terraces. Some of the balconies also have a sea view. it’s a great choice for families.

Prices are around €100 in the shoulder season, and €150 in the high season, but can go higher, so try to book in advance. This hotel can be as cheap as €60-80 in low season!

A picturesque view of colourful fishing boats in Maiori harbour, surrounded by scenic hills and the sea. The sea water is turquoise. The boat in the foreground is made of wood and is red, white, and blue.
Bright-coloured fishing boats in the charming harbour of Maiori, Amalfi Coast.©Veronika Pfeiffer

4. Rabbit, Agerola

If the highlight of your Amalfi Coast trip is hiking the Sentiero degli Dei, Rabbit in Agerola is the perfect location for you. As a family-owned hotel with a restaurant, guests can enjoy delicious local cuisine and specialties included in their breakfast. The guest house boasts an admirable large garden by Amalfi Coast standards, a big pool, and sun loungers – perfect for relaxing after a long hike.

Prices range from €79 to €96, making it an affordable choice for your stay.

5. Residence Zelzar in Vietri sul Mare

Stunning swimming pool on the top of a rocky cliffside with a sea view and sun beds for lounging – it’s Insta-perfect! This 3-star guesthouse is conveniently located close to the bus stop, offering free parking and apartments with a kitchenette.

It’s located in the Benincasa area, one of the higher borghi of Vietri Sul Mare, so keep in mind that it will take you a 10-minute drive or a 30-minute downhill walk to reach Vietri Centro or the beach.

However, you can also take advantage of the frequent bus connections to Vietri (every hour, bus number 1) or some direct buses to Vietri Marina (beachside).

Prices start at €105 in the shoulder season.

6.Sopra il Limoneto , Cetara

On the outskirts of Cetara, in a small “contrada” surrounded by breathtaking agricultural scenery, you can witness the everyday life of farmers on the Amalfi Coast. The area is filled with olive and carob trees that grow almost vertically on cliff sides. Conveniently nearby is an asphalted road perfect for evening walks with limited traffic, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the tranquil, sleepy countryside.

A property with a stunning sea view, featuring a vast garden with a children’s playground, and a medium-sized pool, is the perfect spot to cool off on a hot summer day.

Prices range between €110-€140 all year round.

Located near the charming town of Cetara, which offers mini markets, and ice cream shops. The town also has good beaches such as Lannio Beach.

 A panoramic view of the beautiful Cetara beach and tower, with crystal clear turquoise waters and golden sandy shore, surrounded by lush green hills and trees. The tower stands tall in the background, providing a sense of history and charm
Stunning view of the Cetara beach and tower, a perfect spot for relaxation ©Veronika Pfeiffer

7.Hotel Scapolatiello Cava de’ Tirreni

Hotel Scapolatiello is a charming 4-star hotel located in the hamlet of Corpo di Cava near Cava de’ Tirreni, very close to the Amalfi Coast. Although not technically on the coast, it is a perfect starting point for hikes in the area, such as Alta Via dei Monte Lattari or to the Sanctuary of the Madonna dell’Avvocata above Maiori.

The location of the hotel is like something out of a fairytale, with an incredible surrounding borgho. A ‘borgho’ is typically a very small village, often located on a mountaintop. It is a compact community of tightly-knit houses, with narrow streets and a labyrinth of alleys, creating a very intimate atmosphere.

The hotel itself features a beautiful terrace with a swimming pool and a mini hydromassage tub. There is also a bar and restaurant area, as well as a panoramic terrace for lounging.

The resort offers free parking and breakfast, with prices ranging from €110 in the shoulder season to €120-€160 in the high season.

TIP: The surrounding hamlet has only one minimarket. The Salumeria (or Deli) shop is located nearby. The owner, who is from the US, speaks perfect English and can make gourmet paninis (sandwiches) for your hikes. He is also knowledgeable about local products and happy to share his expertise.

A photo of a beautiful swimming pool at the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro in Maiori on the Amalfi coast, surrounded by lush greenery. The pool is sparkling blue and inviting, with lounge chairs and umbrellas on the surrounding terrace. The image is used for illustrative purposes only and is not part of the presented list.
Image of a swimming pool at Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro on the Amalfi Coast, used for illustrative purposes only, not included in the list ©Veronika Pfeiffer


Case Sparse 7, Vietri Sul Mare

This is a fantastic location if you want to be on the Amalfi Coast, close to the sea but in a secluded location far from town centers. The hotel is in a “contrada” of Vietri near Albori Marina. Albori Marina itself is off the beaten track, and if you’re not afraid to climb up and down some stairs, it’s an excellent beach.

The hotel has a terrace with a mini hydromassage tub, and according to one review, “the property is immersed in greenery with an incredible view”.

Prices range from €80-€100 in the shoulder season and €108-€120 in the high season, with free parking and breakfast included.

Keep in mind that the place is on a hillside and secluded, and you have to walk on the Amalfi Drive for a short 300m to reach the steps that bring you down to the beach…but these are pretty normal inconveniences on the Amalfi Coast.

Each of these hotels offers unique features and is suited to different types of travelers. For example, if you’re interested in hiking, you might want to consider staying at Rabbit in Agerola or Hotel Scapolatiello in Cava de’ Tirreni. On the other hand, if you’re traveling with children, Angelina Residence in Maiori may be the best option for you. If you’re looking for a more secluded and tranquil experience, Villa Le Murella in Tramonti or Sopra Limonetto in Cetara could be a great choice.

I am sure there’s a hotel that’s perfect for you on the beautiful Amalfi Coast.

I encourage readers to check current rates before booking and to be aware that taxes and fees may apply. I strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, but cannot guarantee the availability or accuracy of the prices mentioned. I am not affiliated with any of the hotels mentioned in this post.

The sun sets over the town of Amalfi, painting the sky with pastel colours. The colourful buildings and houses are perched on the cliffs, overlooking the sea, creating a stunning scene
A beautiful sunset view of the town of Amalfi with pastel colours © Veronika Pfeiffer

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