I booked a single room garden view, not, when I opened the shutters I had a brick wall 2 foot away, shame on them, its bad enough being a single traveller (for whatever reason) without being penalised on your accommodation, you try spending a week staring at a brick wall when you are trying to get ready for supper in your youth hostel type room. Of course you have to pay more for a balcony and a sea view, that I understand, but still so unfair. I felt like Cinderella. Then when water poured into my room through the ceiling I was moved next day across the road into the sea view part of this 2 part hotel so for that I give them good marks. The hotel staff are quite lovely and friendly. The food is nothing to write home about but then again not too shabby, I certainly never left anything, I was back for supper every night because if you miss the last bus back it will cost around 30 euros for a taxi and the buses are rubbish, running on average in the afternoons between 1 & 1 1/2 hours apart.
Its easy to get into Sorrento for the bus to Amalfi 6.50 euros for a return bus ticket for 24 hours dropping off at Amalfi, & Positano from the bus station beside the train station. the trains are cheap & very good to Naples, Pompei & Herculaneum. This was my second visit to Sorrento after some years and I do wish I had stayed closer to the sea as it was very hard work getting back to the hotel as it is quite some way out, but that was purely down to the transport.
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