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Spent a week here early October and loved every minute. The staff, especially Senor Toni and Antonio, were all wonderful, and the friendly feeling pervaded guests who swapped ideas and experiences. We had booked B&B but never strayed to the town in the evening as...More
We visited the Minerva Hotel for a week at the beginning of October having booked only 4 weeks before. This was our first trip to Sorrento and our first package holiday in more than 10 years.
The hotel is better than the TUI description and...More
Step back in time into an Agatha Christie novel hotel and you could be in the Minerva. The view is second to non, the hotel staff are friendly and helpful and the food is excellent. It's less than a ten minute walk into Sorrento but...More
We went in September, through Tompson, to celebrate a wedding anniversary. We were so pleased that we booked a room with a view, because it was a view to die for - 180 degrees of the Bay of Naples, including the impressive Mount Vesuvius. This...More
We loved Sorrento and the Hotel Minerva was a key piece of this. The rooms, with the view, are simply breathtaking. The staff, from Nello and Franco at reception to help with directions, answer questions and every need, to Tonino (who captured our hearts) in...More
Response from chatelaine76 | Reviewed this property |
The hotel will help arrange a day trip for you or else, you can book one in Sorrento. I think you can get public transport there and back if you prefer. Give yourself an entire day. You can do it on your own but the day we... More
The hotel will help arrange a day trip for you or else, you can book one in Sorrento. I think you can get public transport there and back if you prefer. Give yourself an entire day. You can do it on your own but the day we arrived, they’d just run out of maps so we missed lots because we only had the audio tour devices, which was a mistake. Get a guided tour if you can. Bring water, a cap and sunscreen if it is sunny and maybe a snack if you think you will get peckish. It is highly recommended but you’ll be wr3cked from walking so comfortable shoes are a must! I think it was €13 per person to get in.