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Our room had a first class, 10 star view. Our balcony was perfect for relaxing and viewing the scenery, which was spectacular. The restaurant staff were attentive and friendly. The food was ok, but we enjoyed dining out more, as the local restaurants were so...More
As others have noted, great views, quiet location. 15 minute walk to town. Or down steps for five minutes to a small harbour village below where there are lots of great restaurants from pizza to fine dining. Can't walk back up the steps after 6pm....More
I stayed in Hotel Belair for a long weekend in mid-October... we had a fantastic time!
There are plenty of things I really liked about hotel Belair:
The rooms are large, interestingly designed , clean and comfortable. The design feels like you have been transported...More
We had 3 nights at this lovely cliff top hotel and lovely the 1960's style glamour & settings. The rooms all have stunning views back along the sheer cliffs & across the sea. Buffet breakfast offers enormous choice (it appears very popular with English package...More
The hotel Belair is situated at the edge of Sorrento. Our room had a balcony which faced Sorrento town and harbour, the bay of Naples and Vesuvius which gave fantastic vistas. The room was clean and quiet as the main road was to the rear....More
Response from MartinR-07 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Sue B - it's a steep climb up the road or steps to the town centre alone (15 mins ) then a further walk uphill up Via Capo to the hotel (another 20minutes minimum). Fine if you are out for a stroll, but... More
I agree with Sue B - it's a steep climb up the road or steps to the town centre alone (15 mins ) then a further walk uphill up Via Capo to the hotel (another 20minutes minimum). Fine if you are out for a stroll, but certainly not practical with luggage.
There is a lift from the bottom of the cliff, but you still have to walk from the ferry landing to the bathing areas, and then from the lift top up Via Capo. I would suggest the bus if you are not in a hurry, the taxis are infamously extortionate.