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Brilliantly located on Via Capo directly on a cliff overlooking Marina Grande, your bedroom windows and balcony(all rooms) afford you the entire sweep of the Sorrento's coast line with Mt Vesuvius a distant looming back drop. If you never leave the hotel to see the...More
We largely based our choice of this hotel on the positive reviews on tripadvisor and were glad that we ignored the small number of negative ones. Small downsides were a large pillar in the middle of the bedroom, a dodgy telly (but who wants to...More
Hotel is actually built on cliffside and the elevators and some rooms face the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius in the distance, but not TOO distant, for Mt. Vesuvius is still very obvious in the pictures we took on site. To get to this...More
In June 2012 we arrived to a warm welcome at this family run hotel We had one of the larger rooms with a balcony of equal size. The rooms offer superb views of the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius and is a comfortable 15 minute...More
The most important aspect of this hotel is it's position. A fifteen minute walk up hill from the centre of Sorrento, but well worth it as the views from all the rooms are wonderful. Insulated from any road noise as the hotel is built into...More
US$135 - US$337 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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if you walk to the train station, there are reps outside who will help you sort your tickets, give you a sticker and instruction. when you get off the train at Pompeii, recognisable by your sticker, is your guide. he will... More
if you walk to the train station, there are reps outside who will help you sort your tickets, give you a sticker and instruction. when you get off the train at Pompeii, recognisable by your sticker, is your guide. he will sort out entry which saves waiting in the heat for entry. within minutes, you are being guided by a very experienced and qualified guide. We'll worth the couple of euro extra to knock an hours wait off