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Just recently returned from a 7 night stay at the Zi Teresa and had an enjoyable time. this was our 3rd visit to Sorrento and we choose this hotel simply for it's location, very easy walk into main Tasso square also within 5mins walk to...More
Just returned from our fourth visit to beautiful sorrento and this time we stayed at the lovely little zi Teresa. The hotel is elegant and spotless and the staff very friendly. We like this area as it is near enough to walk to the centre...More
We stayed here in the first week in June in a twin room. The hotel is in a side street slightly off the main road but only a five minute walk from the main piazza and stations. The room was spotlessly clean and actually had...More
This hotel was lovely, very clean, views from our room beautiful. We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis, the food was delicious at breakfast and the waiters were friendly and helpful, as were all staff. Everyone had a smile and a Bon Journo!
Stayed here with family all ladies hotel great shame pool not open staff great waiters where brilliant so funny and respectful near to train station and lots of shops we hired private tour of amalphi coast and town visits our driver Miguel was great tour...More
US$109 - US$1,566 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#44 Luxury Hotel in Sorrento
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There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up... More
There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up). There were a bunch of Germans who dressed very casually, too, so let your lads wear what they want 😊. Have a lovely time & be sure to visit the Foreigners club for super views with a drink or lunch & Pizzeria Da Franco for cheap pizzas in an authentic eatery (& it's fairly close your hotel & where the locals go)!