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We are no spring chickens, but this is predominantly a hotel for older English holiday makers. The menu in the restaurant reflects this bias, but the daily buffet breakfast was quite good. It incorporated traditional English fare-eggs, bacon, sausages, etc. with nice continental additions-local pastries,...More
My wife and i stayed for 10 days and there was not much repeat in the standard half board fare which was always very good with a resonable choice. Michele and his team were top class and they were all very friendly. On most days...More
My husband and I recently stayed at Hotel Belair in Sorrento and it was wonderful. Gianluca was incredibly helpful before our stay and continued to be the perfect host throughout our time in Sorrento. We had a small balcony, which we enjoyed during the evenings,...More
This hotel is up the hill from the town center which gives you a fabulous view of Sorrento, Naples and towards Capri. The rooms are nice with large bathrooms. The food is a bit boring so I would recommend dining at other restaurants. The one...More
What a great hotel. My husband and I stayed here from May 5th for 11 days. The room (a junior suite), was large, with plenty of storage space. This includes a kettle, bathrobes and fridge which we used to keep milk and water cool. The...More
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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.