We have been to Sorrento 4x and we won’t settle for any other hotel. We will be back again next year and this is where we will stay. We LOVE everything about it.
Good location. Easy check in. Would recommend to others.
We loved our stay here. The staff were very friendly and welcoming and helped us out when had to leave super early on check out day. The room was exceptionally clean and exceeded our expectations. Great central location with just a 15 minute walk from the station which made traveling to other places ...
The rooms were spacious with closets and drawers. The bathroom had a juccuzi tub, a clothes line, a make-up mirror, perfect shower, shelves to hold my things. The towels and linens were of wonderful quality that felt like silk. The breakfast buffet was perfect and had a bowl of locally grown ...
Very friendly service. Hotel is very old and dated. Breakfast weak
a group of friends and i (4 of us total) went for a 4 day weekend to the Amalfi coast and we found this nice place to stay in Sorrento. The apartment we stayed for the first two days was decent--it had a full kitchen and washing machine. We got moved to the hotel the 3rd day, which was really nice! ...
Beautiful hotel and walking distance to downtown. Very clean. Wonderful staff, they were very helpful and always pkeasant. We loved having our breakfast delivered each morning and eating it in the terrace.
Excellent location. Would be nice if lights and fan in bathroom were not twinned - makes for disturbance of sleeping partner.
Stayed in Sorrento for two nights while on our honeymoon, great hotel and very close to all the shopping/restaurants/nightlife.
If you’re planning a visit to beautiful Sorrento on Italy’s exquisite Amalfi Coast, you’ll find a great range of hotels and guesthouses in the old quarter of the town. From just about any hotel in this area of Sorrento you will be able to get to several popular tourist attractions, including Piazza Tasso, on foot. Some of the hotels in this part of town have rooms and suites with sea views or sea-facing balconies, which are well worth requesting.
Piazza Tasso is vibrant, bustling and full of Italian charm. The square stands at the gateway to Sorrento’s historic centre and is the place to go to see and be seen. On every side of the piazza are lovely old buildings whose faded pastel facades are decorated with brimming flower pots.
Piazza Tasso is fringed by pavement cafés and coffee bars, making it the ideal place to while away a few sunny hours. Watch locals and visitors pass by as you sip an ice-cold limoncello, Sorrento’s best-known export.
Sorrento’s little white tourist train departs from Piazza Tasso, offering a 30-minute tour of the town’s historic centre. In the evenings, when there is less traffic, Piazza Tasso becomes a focus for Sorrento locals, who come out to take evening strolls and enjoy relaxed alfresco suppers and drinks.
Constructed in 1866, Piazza Tasso is now the heart of Sorrento. It boasts two statues worth noting: in the north-east corner you will find a sculpture depicting Torquato Tasso, a famous Sorrento-born poet after whom the square is named. The second statue honours Saint Anthony, the patron saint of Sorrento.
If you’re staying in a hotel near Piazza Tasso, you’ll find some good shopping streets to the east of the square. To the west are the narrow cobbled streets of the town’s historic centre, where you’ll find a wealth of interesting buildings, cafes and restaurants.