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Where to stay in Amalfi Coast (September) for 8 day trip? Positano or no?

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I've read the forum recommendations over and over and keep changing my mind. Please provide me with advice on where to stay in Amalfi Coast for 8 days this September. My husband and I are not going to get a car this time to Europe. I do not want to be stressed about parking and driving. Therefore, I want a hotel that is close to transportation and close to shops and restaurants. I enjoy walking, but my husband will groan a bit if it is too much walking/climbing. Our budget is $300 - $500 USD per night. We fly into Naples and I had planned to stay in Sorrento (Antiche Mura) for 4 nights so we could do Capri, Mt V and Pompei, and then had planned to stay 3 nights at Eden Roc in Positano and explore Amalfi and Ravello from there. However, I have read mixed reviews of Positano. I want a nicer romantic place for our second stop, maybe with a pool and nice room. I truly love friendly hoteliers, nice clean somewhat spacious rooms and good location.

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