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Nestled in woodland consisting of ancient trees and flowers, and overlooking the splendid Gulf of Naples, this tranquil hotel effortlessly blends tradition with modern amenities and services. Although the hotel is detached from the noise and chaos of Sorrento, it is within 10 minutes...
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Wonderful hotel and stay. All staff very professional and friendly. They went the extra mile. One day we had left it late to book the shuttle bus to Sorrento. It was fully booked but the offered to run an additional one for us. What service!...More
Just returned from an amazing week at the Grand Hotel Hermitage and cannot wait to go back everything about the hotel is wonderful. All the staff are so friendly and welcoming nothing is to much trouble. The views from our hotel room were incredible the...More
As someone that stays in hotels for work, I can honestly say that this hotel is up there with the best service I’ve received. The staff were welcoming and gave us advice on the local area, as well as going above and beyond for us...More
We stayed at the Grand Hermitage as part of our tour of the Amalfi Coast.
Contrary to some previous reviews, in our opinion this hotel is dire and was a huge disappointment for us.
It’s redeeming features are a spectacular view from your balcony across...More
This is traditional Italian hotel is set in the hills above Sorrento so you have stunning views of Vesuvius and the bay of Naples. The hotel and pool area is surrounded by gardens providing a peaceful and relaxing setting. If you want the hustle and...More
Response from Holmenaway | Reviewed this property |
The cheapest way is to get the shuttle bus into the town. walk down to the port and buy a ticket from the ferry office. There are some tour agents i think it cost us 35 Euros each to do Positano and Amalfi and return. We... More
The cheapest way is to get the shuttle bus into the town. walk down to the port and buy a ticket from the ferry office. There are some tour agents i think it cost us 35 Euros each to do Positano and Amalfi and return. We got 2 hrs and 2.5 hrs which was enough.
The bars right on the front are expensive so worth having a explore.
I believe you will only get a sea view if you have paid/opted for this at the time of booking. The hotel classifies these rooms as their premium/superior rooms. Although, the view from the back of the hotel is not shabby... More
I believe you will only get a sea view if you have paid/opted for this at the time of booking. The hotel classifies these rooms as their premium/superior rooms. Although, the view from the back of the hotel is not shabby at all with views over the hills (I think). If it’s in your price range then it’s well worth opting for a sea view and asking the management, nicely, for a for room on one of the higher floors. We found they were very accommodating where possible. The balconies of the superior rooms are very ample and the scenery is stunning (whether it be at night when the sun goes down, at midday, or morning when the sun is rising through the mist....especially nice with the smell of freshly baked bread rising up from the hotel restaurant, the sound of a cockerel crowing, church bells ringing and a dog barking somewhere in the distance). However, the view over Sorrento, the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius can been seen from the pool or terrace, whether it be during the day or after dinner whilst enjoying a drink or three 😉. I hope this helps and hope you have a great stay. We did.