Villa Brunella

Old Mar 14th, 2003, 09:02 AM
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Villa Brunella

Fodorites -- you have convinced me that this is the place at which I should begin my honeymoon! I'd like to book but have a question -- is there much of a difference between the deluxe and standard rooms? We don't mind small, but we'd love a view and terrace. I ask because the difference in price is about 80 euros -- and, well, we're young and could stand to save a euro or two.
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Old Mar 14th, 2003, 01:09 PM
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I know you will enjoy the Villa Brunella, no matter which room you choose. We stay in a deluxe which is truly immense,with a huge bathroom and terrace you could host a good sized party on. So a standard room should be of ample size and I believe all rooms at the hotel have a sea view. But you should definitely make sure that your standard room does have a sea view. The staff at the hotel is very friendly and helpful and will be happy to assit you and answer any questions you have.
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Old Mar 16th, 2003, 03:50 AM
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For Grinisa,<BR><BR>Would you recommend Villa Brunella over Luna? We're headed to Luna this summer, but Villa Brunella really sounds great.<BR><BR>Thanks!
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Old Mar 16th, 2003, 07:37 AM
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Weadles:<BR>Haven't stayed at the Luna but from seeing it several times and reports of others who have stayed there, I believe it is larger than the Brunella so not as &quot;homey&quot; and its location in town is a bit more bustling. As for rooms and amenities, it is probably very close to the Brunella, although some rooms at the Luna do not have a sea view. Not sure on the size of the rooms either. So if you want a room that is large, with a nice sized terrace overlooking the sea, in a quiet area with a friendly and helpful staff I would definitely choose the Villa Brunella. Also, it has a fantastic restaurant.
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Old Mar 17th, 2003, 11:50 AM
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Grinisa -- thank you for your response. I will do exactly as you suggest. Now, any advice on how to make the time pass more quickly between now and July???? I can't WAIT!
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Grinisa,<BR><BR>Thanks so much for the excellent advice! I just heard back from Brunella, and they do have availability for July. I only wonder if I'll love Capri as much as Positano... <BR><BR>
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