We stayed for just one night on our way to Positano. It was so central, I got lost looking for it because I didn't realise just how close to the Corso it was and went all the way around onto the main road. It's off down a tiny cobbled alley of arches, you can take four steps up from Corso Italia and then you're there, between restaurants and backs onto a courtyard full of orange trees. It was very quiet too. The room was big for the three of us, 2 beds and a sofas bed with a kitchenette and an outside area made like a balcony over looking a restaurant. The room was shabby-chic, very clean and they brought breakfast to our room in the morning, cappucino and sweet rolls and preserves. It was very special. Also, the girl who runs the places was very helpful, she doesn't stay in the suites but if you call her she's with you in 2 minutes flat. Really good value for money!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Villa, reconstructed in 2006, is located in the first road built in Sorrento of the former Romans. The former part of the structure, where the reception is found, shows magnificent ruins of columns from the former Romans. The back of the building, where the terraces of all the apartments are found, looks over on a gorgeous big garden where you can drown yourself in the perfume of lemons. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sorrento Town Hotel Sorrento