Hotels Near Capitan Cook In Massa Lubrense

4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.52km from Capitan Cook
From the second we walked in to this hotel we knew it was something special. From the incredible staff to the outstanding food to the gorgeous decor and breathtaking views, this is not a hotel you want to miss. We ate at the bistro twice because it was so good and the free breakfast each day was outstanding. The bartenders are incredibly knowledgeable and the drinks were top notch. Our room was giant and had a huge balcony with amazing views of Capri. The infinity pool is next level - I have never seen anything like it. The concierges were so knowledgeable about the surrounding area and helped us decide what to do each day. One night the concierge booked us a dinner at a local restaurant in Massa Lubrense called La Torre - which is in the Michelin Guide - and the owner and chef of the restaurant picked us up from the hotel in a Mercedes and drove us home. What service! All in all an incredible stay. We will definitely be back.
FromUS$500
0/50 Reviews
1km from Capitan Cook
Located in Massa Lubrense, Emidio House is in a rural location, within a 15-minute walk of Sorrento Peninsula and Punta Campanella Marine Reserve. This apartment is 6.9 mi (11.2 km) from Piazza Tasso and 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Marina Grande Beach.This smoke-free apartment offers complimentary parking nearby.Limited parking is available onsite.Stay in one of 2 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have bidets and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks, and housekeeping is provided once per stay.
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4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.02km from Capitan Cook
My boyfriend and I booked Casa Clementina for three weeknights in mid-September on our first trip to Italy, based on a recommendation from a friend who stayed in 2017. Our experience was in short, wonderful. The location was secluded and quiet, the room and facility were modern and spotless, and our host Luigi went absolutely above and beyond to ensure we had a fantastic time. When we first arrived we were a little nervous at the seclusion since we did not have a car or private transportation of our own. We are unfamiliar with the area and did not realize we would need it. (I recommend renting scooters if you are comfortable driving one!) We did not end up renting a car or scooters and it turned out just fine with a combination of arranged transportation and lots of walking. Luigi arranged for us to go to dinner our first night at Lo Stuzzichino, where we had one of our best meals in Italy. The restaurant provides transportation by picking up and dropping off at Casa Clementina and it couldn’t have been easier. Luigi also helped us arrange a boat trip to Capri the next day that included transportation to and from the marina in Massa Lubrense. We walked to a beautiful nearby beach, Captain Cook’s, and walked into Massa Lubrense for dinner another evening. Each morning we enjoyed a beautiful breakfast and chatted with Luigi and other friendly guests. When we left Casa Clementina, Luigi’s mother drove us into Sorrento as she was heading there that morning. We took a bus from Sorrento down to Praiano on the coast, and then doubled back up for a night in Sorrento before leaving for Florence. I discovered I had left a charger for my watch in our room at Casa Clementina and messaged Luigi about it. Without question he drove it into Sorrento and left it at the desk of the hotel where we were staying so it was there when we arrived. This was just another example of how he went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of. We couldn’t have had a better experience in this beautiful region and Luigi and his family deserve so much credit for their beautiful establishment and for making this part of our trip unforgettable. It was clear that Luigi genuinely cared that we had a great time, and we did. I would recommend Casa Clementina 10/10!!!
FromUS$133
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.16km from Capitan Cook
I came to this hotel after a recommendation of a friend. We all view things differently and although expecting a first class hotel it surpassed all my expectations. Coming from Naples airport the roads changed from the fast motorways to the winding roads clinging to the sides of the steep slopes which are the signature of the region. Through Sorrento and just 15 minutes outside to the south west is Massa Lubrense where the Delfino is located. Descending from the main road down a winding lane takes you to the forecourt and car park revealing a modern hotel. This steep hillside descends down to the Mediterranean where the Delfino perches with fantastic views out towards Capri that feels close enough to touch. The forecourt leads in a a bright, clean modern reception tastefully decorated where the staff always greet you with a warm smile. This is the top floor of the hotel which has four floors. Past reception is an airy lounge taking advantage of the views with a selection of comfy seating. To the right leads to another large lounge with stunning open views out to Capri with the necessary bar to provide those drinks with which to sit and soak up the view. Off this lounge are five en suite rooms (102, 104, 106, 108 and 110) which are light airy and have the advantage of a large balcony with table, chairs, two sun loungers and an electric sunshade. We were lucky enough to have been upgraded to 106 which despite being at the end of the season was still in pristine condition. Bright striking decoration throughout of blues, yellows and whites but still giving that quality feel. All the usual to be found in today’s hotels with large bed and a shower with not only good pressure but whenever we used it had lots of hot water. The overall feel of the hotel is modern, extremely clean, tastefully decorated, spacious but still comfortable with the unbelievable views taken advantage of at every opportunity. The hotel has its own mini bus that takes you to and from Sorrento from 8am with the last return trip at 11.30pm. This is free but you must book at reception as places are limited. The road from the hotel and that to Sorrento has no footpath and is only recommended to the fit and brave. Being a passenger at all times on this visit was an eye opener to the unique driving style of the locals who ignore all signs and make overtakes anywhere and on any side. The mini bus driver, and those other road users, have a relaxed attitude and despite the eye opening styles I was amazed to see no accidents. Choose to drive here and you will need to be brave and like a challenge. Scooter/motor cycles are ever present in hordes, but this is Italy. Three floors are below hotel reception with some having a “garden” view to the landward side and the remainder looking out to sea. The restaurant is located on floor minus two where waiter service gave us both breakfast and evening meal. All staff were friendly and very smartly dressed. Breakfast was a buffet style wit
FromUS$204
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.22km from Capitan Cook
I stayed at Gocce Di Capri for three nights September with my partner and two young children. We absolutely loved it. The view is the obvious highlight. The sunsets looking high over Capri from our private balcony (it looks like most rooms have the same view) are impossible to describe. So beautiful - wow, what a show. We ate dinner at the restaurant on our first night and it was delicious. The waitstaff were very friendly and helpful - recommending a refreshing bottle of local Fiano to drink with our meal. The space had a really warm and lovely atmosphere. The hotel is in a great location. It is nice and quiet, sitting atop the mountain. You can easily stroll to the small neighboring town to grab coffee and meals (restaurant Eugene was great), or you can jump in the car to explore up and down the Amalfi coast. We had planned to visit Sorrento itself but ran out of time (we were too busy enjoying secret local beaches and swimming spots recommended by the helpful staff. There are some spectacular places to swim in the area away from the crowds). We have some magic memories from our time here. We highly recommend this beautiful hotel. Thanks for having us!
FromUS$76
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.27km from Capitan Cook
Featuring free WiFi and sea views, La casa del saraceno is a holiday home, set in Massa Lubrense. The property features views of the mountain and is 4.1 km from Marina di Puolo.There is a dining area and a kitchen. A flat-screen TV is available. Other facilities at La casa del saraceno include a barbecue.The nearest airport is Naples International Airport, 32 km from La casa del saraceno.
FromUS$243
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.01km from Capitan Cook
Pool- check Views- check Breakfast- check Cleanliness- check Air-conditioner- check Quiet, relaxed atmosphere - check Friendly and Helpful- check, check Wonderful Weather- check Plenty of Ice Cubes— check Good restaurants- check Things to do — check Pino and his Dad and Liberata are Salt of the Earth people. They are genuine and warm hosts. We arrived around 5:15 pm on July 11 (Thu) and checked out early morning on July 14 (Sun). Oleum is situated on a hill covered with Olive trees and all types of vegetation. An open area for breakfast overlooks the Isle of Capri in the distance. There is a roof deck— called the SOLARIUM— walk up the steps around the bend from the breakfast area. After a long day at the beach, we brought a bottle of wine, cheese and admired the view from this high vantage point. Plums, pears, lemons, zucchini, olives, tomatoes are all grown on the farm. I tasted beautiful flavors in all of Oleum’s fresh produce. Pino gave us a taste of their Limoncello and olive oil— both delicious. Oleum also has its own red wine- small batch production. Very good wine. We bought olive oil and limoncello to share with friends and to help us remember the delightful days we spent in Massa Lubrense’s Oleum. (SIDEBAR- We went to Cala di Puolo (not too far approx 15-20 mins— beach complex with changing rooms, restaurant, beach chairs and umbrellas. No pool. Don’t expect sandy beaches. No sand— but the water is just sublime. Entrance fee for the beach is 10 euros per person includes lounge chair plus 5 euros for the umbrella. You have to bring your own towel. On another day, we went to Isle of Capri- boat tour - 12 ppl max. We were 9 ppl on the boat. (SIDEBAR- As you may know, in the Sorrento coast area, the roads are narrow and winding. We rented a car from Tuscany and drove from our previous stop, Orvieto to Massa Lubrense via a brief stop in Napoli in search of the home of pizza. Driving time from Napoli is about 1.5 hours with some traffic.)
FromUS$120
4.3/5Excellent9 Reviews
2.03km from Capitan Cook
Located in Massa Lubrense, 5 km from Marina di Puolo, Torre Elisabetta provides accommodation with air conditioning and access to a garden. Featuring a balcony or a terrace, all units include a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a private bathroom fiitted with a hair dryer. The holiday home offers a hot tub. The nearest airport is Naples International, 59 km from Torre Elisabetta, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
FromUS$140
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.05km from Capitan Cook
So we booked our entire two week vacation around the availability of having a 3 day stay at Agriturismo La Lobra. Due to the high reviews on Trip Advisor we were so excited to stay in a lemon grove and dine surrounded by lemon trees. We are seasoned travelers and do extensive research when planning our special trips and Agriturismo La Lobra fit our particular likes exactly. To get here you must drive a short distance along the Amalfi Coast so be aware that the streets are a bit scary and challenging. We drive into the driveway and park our car. You must also be aware that this is not the place for you if you are mobility challenged. There are many steep steps and hills to climb up to get to the office and to your rooms. We check in and are shown to our room in a building up a steep hill. This building has I think probably 4 guest rooms in it. Tulio the proprietor explains that this is his nicest room. He opens the door and it is hot as h----. Tulio shows us how to turn on the AC (one would think that he would have it on knowing that we were arriving this afternoon, but oh well). There is not one window nor is there any pictures on the walls, very stark and convent like. He opens the French door that has a solid paneled shutter on it with glass behind it, out to the patio which is probably the temperature of the surface of the sun. The view is lovely of the sea way in the distance. He says that dinner is at 8pm and we say ok. We shower and hope that by after dinner the room will cool off. The dinner was absolutely delicious!! Four courses and scrumptious. We thank him and off to bed we go because it is late, around 2130. We open the door and the blast of heat that greets us is upsetting. We check the thermostat to see if we turned it the wrong way but no, it's on cool. We wait for 20 minutes and still no cool air coming out of the vent. I walk outside and the other guests are conming out of their rooms with the same problem as us. I walk down the steep hill to the main building to get help from Tulio but the house is dark. I knock then bang on the doors, no answer. I go back up the steep hill and I hear one of the other guests say that they tried calling Tulio but he does not answer his phone. I try calling and the line is busy. I finally get through and an Italian speaking lady answers and I tell her in Italian our problem. She tells me an technician is on his way. That never happened. I called back and she hung up on me. By now we are all sweating and exhausted. We spray ourselves with bug spray because the mosquitoes are pretty bad and leave the French doors open for some air that is still hot, temp on my phone says 88F and feels like 93F. I take a towel, soaked with with cool tap water and wrap my head with it and try to lay down. No sleep for me all night!!!! The couple next to us sat outside our adjoining balconies, smoking cigarettes and watching loud TV shows. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!! I called every hotel in
FromUS$100
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.07km from Capitan Cook
We stayed here late September in the room at the top of the property. It had wonderful views over Massa Lubrense. Wifi worked well, bed was comfortable, there was a TV but appeared to not be connected to any cable or satellite channels. We did have a refrigerator and kettle but no cups or spoons in the room to make hot drinks for ourselves. Breakfast was lovely, freshly prepared individual bowls of fruit, fruit juices, yogurts, cereal, cakes, toast, ham and cheese, boiled eggs and lovely warm croissants. Our only negative was access to the hotel. Unfortunately our airport transfer didn't drop us at the correct location so we found it difficult to find the hotel. Its also approximately 800m down an uneven track to access the town, which was unlit at night. We found some lovely paths to walk down to the little port. We also had some of our best meals of the holiday in nearby restaurants. Area was quiet but felt it was a true Italian experience. Many thanks to the staff for a lovely stay.
FromUS$95
3.9/510 Reviews
2.18km from Capitan Cook
Have just returned from a weeks stay at the Piccolo Paradiso. We overall had a great time and it was lovely to be away and relax after a rubbish year but sadly there were a few issues that marred our stay which I will explain later on in this post. Firstly for the good points. The hotel is spotlessly clean, with rooms and the hotel grounds being cleaned daily. The staff are very friendly and we enjoyed using the pool area as well as the terrace for a drink in the afternoon. Both offer stunning views over the Bay of Naples. We stayed on a B&B rate and breakfast was nice. Typical continental breakfast as you would expect staying in Italy. We also ate in the hotel restaurant most nights. You can either have the set menu of €25 per person which is changed daily or order off the a la carte. Price wise there isn’t much difference, just that you get more choice on the a la carte. Location wise the hotel sits just above Marina Della Lobra, a small and pretty fishing village which is around 5 minutes walk away. Here you will find several restaurants and the local shop. Massa Lubrense is a larger town further up the hill from the hotel. Not recommended to walk up here though unless you are extremely fit. It is a very steep hill on uneven surfaces. The bus stops outside the hotel and you can get there in 10 mins. Much easier. It’s easy to change buses in Massa Lubrense to get to Sorrento, which is around 20 mins drive away. We also connected in Sorrento to get to Positano. All in all the cost from Marina Della Lobra to Positano was €8 each. A bargain compared to the €50 boat trip that leaves from the harbour. Now sadly for the downsides. Don’t get me wrong, these wouldn’t put us off returning to this hotel or recommending to others but I do think they are worth mentioning for future guests to be aware of and for the hotel management to hopefully take note. 1. Everything is paid for on a tab system. This seems very old fashioned and I personally like to pay for things as I order/buy them so I know where I stand. 2. Lack of entertainment in the evenings. We knew there was no entertainment on offer and was actually quite glad as it can be very cringy but I think the hotel is missing a trick by not having a little bar maybe with some background music playing. Sure this is done in the dining room but not a very atmospheric environment, yet downstairs there is a lounge area which is mainly under utilised. Wouldn’t hurt for them to put a little bar in here and would also help to increase their revenue as most guests seemed to head out after dinner or return to their rooms. 3. Now for the real issue which sadly marred our stay here- on the last night we returned from a day in Sorrento and had already eaten a late lunch/early evening meal so just decided to have wine and a snack in the hotel. As we had an early departure the next morning we wanted to settle our bill that night. When we went to pay at reception we had to query the price as it seemed much
FromUS$55
0/50 Reviews
2.28km from Capitan Cook
Property Location With a stay at this apartment in Massa Lubrense, you'll be close to Ancient Cathedral of Massa Lubrense and Marina Grande Beach. This apartment is within close proximity of Lobra Marina and Monastery of Deserto. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this individually furnished apartment, featuring a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator/freezer and an oven. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and a 32-inch flat-screen television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include complimentary bottled water and a washing machine, and housekeeping is provided on request. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Business, Other Amenities A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
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Hotels Near Capitan Cook In Massa Lubrense Review

3.5/55 Reviews
This hotel was great. We paid a little extra to have a room with a sea view and what a view it was. We had a view of Capri to our left, Ischa in front and Vesuvius to our right which was fabulous. The room was very clean and simply decorated and the bed and pillows were comfortable too. The food is very good and well presented. We had breakfast and evening meal included. Breakfast offered fruit, boiled eggs, tomatoes, meats and cheese plus fruit and croissants that were fresh and delicious. The jug of coffee was also good. Evening meal was three courses and although portions are smaller than we usually eat, the quality more than made up for this. Plenty of choice catering for most pallets. The hotel is a little way out from Sorrento but the buses are frequent and reasonable cost. A few metres down the main road is a 10 min walk to a local beach and resort, here we found 3 restaurants and a bar very fairly priced and the food was good too. The family running the hotel were polite and courteous and provided a very good service. For the price paid I would say this is excellent value for money. The rooms are rustic and simple but it is so worth paying extra for the sea view which is just beautiful. We booked this holiday through Jet 2 and were very happy with all aspects. Although within a couple of KM’s of Sorrento the road has no pavements and walking in to the town is a little dangerous. We did see people walking in but we wouldn’t recommend it.
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FromUS$98
4.1/510 Reviews
My husband and I are just back from a 1 week stay in O Sole Mio and we really loved it! It was our first time to Italy and it was a great base to explore the Amalfi Coast. Brilliant bus links to Sorrento, Massa Lubrense, Positano, Amalfi and the bus stops at Sorrento train station with easy links to Herculaneum, Pompeii and Naples. All very inexpensive and easy to figure out. Hotel was spotlessly clean and staff were friendly and helpful. Rooms were spacious with plenty of storage for clothes. We had a room on the 3rd floor at the the back of the hotel with incredible views down toward the Bay of Naples and over the hills. Breakfast at the hotel was just ok. There was bacon, eggs and sausages with some bread but very little fruit and a small selection of cereals. The pastry selection however was great. Dinner was 3 course with 3 options for starter (normally soup, pasta and vegetarian) and main (normally fish, meat and vegetarian) and just 1 dessert but they always offered fruit or ice cream if you didn't like the dessert. The food in the evening really was amazing! So good, I'm still dreaming about it! Drinks at the bar were very reasonable and there was a wide and varied drinks menu. Staff at the bar and dining room were friendly and attentive. The hotel is about a 5/10 minute walk into Sant'Agata and is up quite a steep and narrow but well lit road. Lots of places to eat and lots of bars in the town. Really helpful tourist office in the little square right by the bus stops. There wasn't much of a buzz about the town or the hotel at night but we went in mid October at the very end of the season but talking to people who have been in June/July/August they say it is much livelier in the summer time. It suited us well because we were so exhausted after exploring all day that we were glad of the quiet and an early night. Definitely take a walk up to the monastery situated right beside the hotel as the views are absolutely breath taking! All in all we really enjoyed our stay in O Sole Mio and would definitely recommend and wouldn't hesitate to return. Missing beautiful Italy and the gorgeous food while I write this in rainy Northern Ireland!!
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FromUS$112
4.5/510 Reviews
We had a wonderful time at Il Cottage. Giuseppe and his family were so welcoming and helpful, it felt like we were staying with family. The location is very good, not far from a supermarket and a pizzeria. It took us about 20 min to drive to the coast. The breakfast was really good, we got fresh italian pastries every morning, as well as delicious cold cuts and cheeses. Rita was incredibly kind to our 1-year old, she even offered to babysit for us one evening so we could go out for dinner. The room was always tidy and clean as they provided daily housekeeping. The garden was beautiful, our daughter really enjoyed looking at all the small statues that were placed around it. The parking area was right in front of our room which made it easy for us to load the car before every trip. They helped us book a day trip to Capri which was really fun and reasonably priced. Thanks again Giuseppe and family for your hospitality, we are looking forward to staying with you again! Ruben, Gloria and Lucy
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FromUS$84
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed at the Relais il Chiostro for 2 nights in late September 2019. This is the first time I’m leaving a review on Tripadvisor, but I loved it so much I have to. This is a remodeled old monastery of the St. Francis order, meaning it is a unique and authentic experience. The rooms are new and clean. The en suite bathroom is small but very clean and contains everything one needs. There was a good breakfast and great coffee. Parking is free in front of the monastery. There is a giant rooftop terrace with an amazing view of the Naples bay and Capri where you can enjoy your morning coffee. There is also a coffee machine up there you can use 24/7 and enjoy the view any time of the day or night. I loved that there was a mosquito repellant machine in the room, that can be pluged into an outlet, it was a really nice touch. While staying there, I met both Arianna and Antonio. They are amazing hosts and will make sure your stay is as pleasant as possible. When we had a problem with the water heater in our room, Arianna solved it quickly and without problems. Antonio is very charming and talkative, a typical Italian I’d say, who explained everything about the monastery’s history and had a lot of tips and useful information on getting around the peninsula. We were late for our check in because of traffic on the highway and Antonio waited for us for 45mins, even though it was past 20:00. If I ever visit the Sorrento peninsula again, I will most definitely stay here and recommend this place to anyone interested in exploring the Sorrento peninsula. We came here by car so I am not familliar with the travel arrangements that can be made, but the Relais is situated up a hill and not so close to the centre of Massa Lubrense and the bus stop, so I’d suggest you only stay here if you are coming by car, plan on renting one (or a motorcycle, most locals drive them here), or if you made arrangements for transportation. If you are, I cannot recomment this place enough!
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FromUS$81
4.3/510 Reviews
There is a lot to say about this Hotel. The staff are great and very helpful and answered a few emails in advance of our stay. The Hotel is a bit out of the way and word of warning is Google maps directed us in the wrong way. The room was great with a nice balcony that got the afternoon sun at the side of the Hotel. The room was very clean and was serviced every day which was great. There was also a small fridge in the room and Air Conditioning - the Air Conditioning is locked down by the Hotel and settings can only be changed by them but this was promptly set for me when I asked. The WIFI was just okay but was sufficient most of the time and I could easy connect to it from the beach. You needed to re-connect manually each time you returned to the hotel. The Hotel offers a free bus service into Sorrento although the last one leaves the hotel at 16:00 and return from Sorrento is 21:00. It is much more suitable if you have a car as it is not easily accessible without one and not walk able to Sorrento even though its only a few Kilometres. There is a steep near 2k hill just to the gate and then you would have to walk on a dangerous road with no footpath. It is a short journey in to Sorrento but it costs a ridiculous €35 in a Taxi to get there. The Hotel also provide clean towels for the Beach at reception which is a good idea. The beach is right in front of the Hotel and the Hotel has Sunbeds on the beach that only cost €2 a day for Residents. There is no shop in the Marina and no ATM which is crazy considering the amount of people about. The Breakfast was not great with a few choices of bread and cakes croissants ham cheese and the same tinned fruit every morning and not very protected from the flies. I felt the Hotel could do a lot better with a bit of fresh fruit when there are so many fruit trees in the area and possibly eggs as well but I was unsure if the food was a separate company as it was in the Restaurant that was attached to the Hotel. Another thing with the attached Restaurant was that one night they had a wedding on that I imagine would have effected guests staying in the front of the Hotel. Overall this was an enjoyable Hotel and in a fantastic loction right on the beach.
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FromUS$71
4.6/510 Reviews
Pool- check Views- check Breakfast- check Cleanliness- check Air-conditioner- check Quiet, relaxed atmosphere - check Friendly and Helpful- check, check Wonderful Weather- check Plenty of Ice Cubes— check Good restaurants- check Things to do — check Pino and his Dad and Liberata are Salt of the Earth people. They are genuine and warm hosts. We arrived around 5:15 pm on July 11 (Thu) and checked out early morning on July 14 (Sun). Oleum is situated on a hill covered with Olive trees and all types of vegetation. An open area for breakfast overlooks the Isle of Capri in the distance. There is a roof deck— called the SOLARIUM— walk up the steps around the bend from the breakfast area. After a long day at the beach, we brought a bottle of wine, cheese and admired the view from this high vantage point. Plums, pears, lemons, zucchini, olives, tomatoes are all grown on the farm. I tasted beautiful flavors in all of Oleum’s fresh produce. Pino gave us a taste of their Limoncello and olive oil— both delicious. Oleum also has its own red wine- small batch production. Very good wine. We bought olive oil and limoncello to share with friends and to help us remember the delightful days we spent in Massa Lubrense’s Oleum. (SIDEBAR- We went to Cala di Puolo (not too far approx 15-20 mins— beach complex with changing rooms, restaurant, beach chairs and umbrellas. No pool. Don’t expect sandy beaches. No sand— but the water is just sublime. Entrance fee for the beach is 10 euros per person includes lounge chair plus 5 euros for the umbrella. You have to bring your own towel. On another day, we went to Isle of Capri- boat tour - 12 ppl max. We were 9 ppl on the boat. (SIDEBAR- As you may know, in the Sorrento coast area, the roads are narrow and winding. We rented a car from Tuscany and drove from our previous stop, Orvieto to Massa Lubrense via a brief stop in Napoli in search of the home of pizza. Driving time from Napoli is about 1.5 hours with some traffic.)
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FromUS$120
4.1/510 Reviews
Together with my family, I spent one week at this hotel and we were happy with our visit. The structure is very simple, but very clean. Breakfast was a small buffet with limited variety, but still offered different kinds of home-made cakes, yogurt, cereals, prosciutto, cheese etc. The hotel is right on the beach and offers sunbeds and umbrellas to its guests, which we found very convenient. Despite the area doesnt offer many services in terms of transportation and entertainment, there are boats departing from a small pier right outside the hotel that go to Capri, Amalfi and Positano, and the bus stop is within walking distance. Although there are boats coming in and out of the small bay where the hotel is, the water is still clean and good to swim and the place quiet. The staff is extremely kind. We got sick during our stay and the wife of one of the owners bought medications for us in a pharmacy in a village nearby. The chef at the restaurant “Pappone”, which is part of the Hotel, cooked us some white rice to eat in bed until we felt better. Moreover, one of my dresses lost one button one evening and the next morning the cleaning lady, who is also a seamstress, fixed it without even charging me. One thing to point out is that the wi-fi is not great and doesn’t work in the rooms. Moreover, there is no phone service in the rooms, unless you use the carrier “Tim”, but this is a problem common to the entire area, not just this hotel!
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FromUS$116
4.2/510 Reviews
We stayed here late September in the room at the top of the property. It had wonderful views over Massa Lubrense. Wifi worked well, bed was comfortable, there was a TV but appeared to not be connected to any cable or satellite channels. We did have a refrigerator and kettle but no cups or spoons in the room to make hot drinks for ourselves. Breakfast was lovely, freshly prepared individual bowls of fruit, fruit juices, yogurts, cereal, cakes, toast, ham and cheese, boiled eggs and lovely warm croissants. Our only negative was access to the hotel. Unfortunately our airport transfer didn't drop us at the correct location so we found it difficult to find the hotel. Its also approximately 800m down an uneven track to access the town, which was unlit at night. We found some lovely paths to walk down to the little port. We also had some of our best meals of the holiday in nearby restaurants. Area was quiet but felt it was a true Italian experience. Many thanks to the staff for a lovely stay.
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FromUS$95
4.1/510 Reviews
We stayed for 7 nights recently. Our initial experience was disappointing, we had requested room 91 based on a previous review! Now we wonder if the person who wrote the review was a little sarcastic! We were allocated room 90! Awful room, very dark, looking out on the car park and busy road. We could not sleep and asked to be moved. The 2 ladies on reception were very unhelpful and said they could not do anything without the approval of the Manager. We questioned what would happen if he was on leave..... Our Jet 2 representative intervened, took photos of our room and spoke to the Manager. We moved around midday on the day after we arrived. This time we were at the back of the hotel. Room was so much better. Despite the dog and the cockerel it was so much better. All other staff at the hotel were friendly, courteous and very efficient. We were booked on a half board basis. Breakfasts and dinner were excellent. No concerns about the food, excellent choices of dishes, we could have chosen at least 2 on each course and would not have been disappointed. Danielo and Victori were very attentive, Anna too. I would stay here again, great location, easy to access Pompeii, Positano, Amalfi and Capri. Despite our bad start with reception staff we had a wonderful holiday. Both ladies would benefit from a little self reflection. They are the face of the hotel and need to think about the first impressions for guests. We did not book any trips from the hotel due to our frosty welcome. The lady at the tourist office was fabulous, friendly and gave us all the information we needed, well done Anna.
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FromUS$107
4.2/510 Reviews
The Sea Breeze is just perfect if you want a quiet stress free vacation. Situated in Marina della Lobra a 20 minute walk from the town center Massa Lubrense. We used the footpath route walk which is quiet a steep climb going up to Massa but is easier going back to the marina. The road route has no footpath so this route on the narrow road is precarious so beware !. You can bus it which we did a few times but get your ticket first from the shop next to Angelo's snack bar as the driver does not take any form of cash payment. Got our timetable from the reception in the Sea Breeze & it was pretty much correct, caution the bus does come early sometimes. Getting back to the Sea Breeze, our room 102 had a fabulous view overlooking the harbour & we loved watching the sunsets from our balcony in the evening. Our room was clean & modern looking with a reasonably sized wardrobe, comfy double bed, a small wall mounted tv, dressing table & bedside cabinets. The bath room was fine with a easy to use shower, bidet etc. The room was cleaned daily along with a towel change. There is no safe in the room or hotel so we had to improvise. Breakfast was available from 7.30am till 10am & was good with coffee being freshly made for you on demand or fruit juices. Food on offer was good with cakes, croissants,fresh bread,fruit, yoghurt, various jams, cereal & scrambled eggs & bacon all on the self serve menue. We made regular trips into Sorrento via a 20 min bus ride from Massa Lubrense so visiting Pompeii etc is easily done. We went on two great boat trips from the Marina della Lobra harbour, Capri & Amalfi/Positano ran by the local tour company. There are only two restaurants a snack bar & a little shop in Marina della Lobra & we used them all finding the food & service good. The Sea Breeze may not be a super mega chandelier type hotel but its quaint & located in fabulous spot with all the staff being warm, friendly & helpful & me & my wife loved the Sea Breeze & would not hesitate to return.
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FromUS$556
4.5/55 Reviews
I booked the room in the last moment and didn't regret !! Clean, very pretty room and bathroom, wonderful terrace and common room in the center of the apartment. The sunset view from the terrace is really stunning !! Not to be missed. The staff really helpful and nice. I highly recommend this place! The city is quiet and clean, plenty of restaurants with good food and the view ( the city is high up the hill) is just really worth coming here.
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FromUS$80
4.5/510 Reviews
I came to this hotel after a recommendation of a friend. We all view things differently and although expecting a first class hotel it surpassed all my expectations. Coming from Naples airport the roads changed from the fast motorways to the winding roads clinging to the sides of the steep slopes which are the signature of the region. Through Sorrento and just 15 minutes outside to the south west is Massa Lubrense where the Delfino is located. Descending from the main road down a winding lane takes you to the forecourt and car park revealing a modern hotel. This steep hillside descends down to the Mediterranean where the Delfino perches with fantastic views out towards Capri that feels close enough to touch. The forecourt leads in a a bright, clean modern reception tastefully decorated where the staff always greet you with a warm smile. This is the top floor of the hotel which has four floors. Past reception is an airy lounge taking advantage of the views with a selection of comfy seating. To the right leads to another large lounge with stunning open views out to Capri with the necessary bar to provide those drinks with which to sit and soak up the view. Off this lounge are five en suite rooms (102, 104, 106, 108 and 110) which are light airy and have the advantage of a large balcony with table, chairs, two sun loungers and an electric sunshade. We were lucky enough to have been upgraded to 106 which despite being at the end of the season was still in pristine condition. Bright striking decoration throughout of blues, yellows and whites but still giving that quality feel. All the usual to be found in today’s hotels with large bed and a shower with not only good pressure but whenever we used it had lots of hot water. The overall feel of the hotel is modern, extremely clean, tastefully decorated, spacious but still comfortable with the unbelievable views taken advantage of at every opportunity. The hotel has its own mini bus that takes you to and from Sorrento from 8am with the last return trip at 11.30pm. This is free but you must book at reception as places are limited. The road from the hotel and that to Sorrento has no footpath and is only recommended to the fit and brave. Being a passenger at all times on this visit was an eye opener to the unique driving style of the locals who ignore all signs and make overtakes anywhere and on any side. The mini bus driver, and those other road users, have a relaxed attitude and despite the eye opening styles I was amazed to see no accidents. Choose to drive here and you will need to be brave and like a challenge. Scooter/motor cycles are ever present in hordes, but this is Italy. Three floors are below hotel reception with some having a “garden” view to the landward side and the remainder looking out to sea. The restaurant is located on floor minus two where waiter service gave us both breakfast and evening meal. All staff were friendly and very smartly dressed. Breakfast was a buffet style wit
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FromUS$204
4.4/510 Reviews
My husband just spent 10 days at La Ciucciara in the Capri apartment, which was a lovely one bedroom with a large terrace overlooking incredible sea views. Maria was a gem from the planning process through our departure. She is knowledgeable, attentive and assured our stay was wonderful. The location is quiet and beautiful, and the pricing is more than reasonable. For all these reasons I gave it five stars. I would however make a suggestion that the owner re-evaluate the walkway from the street to the apartment building. The route would benefit greatly from additional path lighting.
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FromUS$68
4.6/510 Reviews
The location, accommodation and people at Melrose were excellent - The staff couldn't do enough to make our stay a pleasure, including their suggestions to make our visit to Amalfi and Sorrento all the more better, by providing some great recommendations for trips and restaurants. Although the room was a good size it was a little tight for 3 (with a teenager in tow), nonetheless it was a great relaxing break. Breakfast was included which was very good, although there were limited options for lunch and dinner - if the latter is booked in advance - the food we had at Melrose was excellent. The only disappointment was the price of the drinks (12 euro for a G&T for example) but if you limit those to one or two it is less painful.
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FromUS$116
4.6/510 Reviews
From the second we walked in to this hotel we knew it was something special. From the incredible staff to the outstanding food to the gorgeous decor and breathtaking views, this is not a hotel you want to miss. We ate at the bistro twice because it was so good and the free breakfast each day was outstanding. The bartenders are incredibly knowledgeable and the drinks were top notch. Our room was giant and had a huge balcony with amazing views of Capri. The infinity pool is next level - I have never seen anything like it. The concierges were so knowledgeable about the surrounding area and helped us decide what to do each day. One night the concierge booked us a dinner at a local restaurant in Massa Lubrense called La Torre - which is in the Michelin Guide - and the owner and chef of the restaurant picked us up from the hotel in a Mercedes and drove us home. What service! All in all an incredible stay. We will definitely be back.
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FromUS$500
4.8/510 Reviews
My boyfriend and I booked Casa Clementina for three weeknights in mid-September on our first trip to Italy, based on a recommendation from a friend who stayed in 2017. Our experience was in short, wonderful. The location was secluded and quiet, the room and facility were modern and spotless, and our host Luigi went absolutely above and beyond to ensure we had a fantastic time. When we first arrived we were a little nervous at the seclusion since we did not have a car or private transportation of our own. We are unfamiliar with the area and did not realize we would need it. (I recommend renting scooters if you are comfortable driving one!) We did not end up renting a car or scooters and it turned out just fine with a combination of arranged transportation and lots of walking. Luigi arranged for us to go to dinner our first night at Lo Stuzzichino, where we had one of our best meals in Italy. The restaurant provides transportation by picking up and dropping off at Casa Clementina and it couldn’t have been easier. Luigi also helped us arrange a boat trip to Capri the next day that included transportation to and from the marina in Massa Lubrense. We walked to a beautiful nearby beach, Captain Cook’s, and walked into Massa Lubrense for dinner another evening. Each morning we enjoyed a beautiful breakfast and chatted with Luigi and other friendly guests. When we left Casa Clementina, Luigi’s mother drove us into Sorrento as she was heading there that morning. We took a bus from Sorrento down to Praiano on the coast, and then doubled back up for a night in Sorrento before leaving for Florence. I discovered I had left a charger for my watch in our room at Casa Clementina and messaged Luigi about it. Without question he drove it into Sorrento and left it at the desk of the hotel where we were staying so it was there when we arrived. This was just another example of how he went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of. We couldn’t have had a better experience in this beautiful region and Luigi and his family deserve so much credit for their beautiful establishment and for making this part of our trip unforgettable. It was clear that Luigi genuinely cared that we had a great time, and we did. I would recommend Casa Clementina 10/10!!!
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FromUS$133
5/55 Reviews
We stayed at this property for a few nights in August. It couldn't have been more perfect! It's in a small town with plenty of locals providing a true Italian experience. Rooms were very clean and comfortable with beautiful furnishings. The breakfast was superior starting with Giaralomo greeting you each morning. Lush gardens adorn this lemon farm making way for fresh fruits, eggs and ripe tomatoes on the buffet each day. Parking is complimentary. Be sure to reserve dinner one night in the dining room. Homemade pastas, antipastos, sweet desserts and house-made limoncello will be on the menu. You won't be disappointed!
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FromUS$77
4.6/510 Reviews
So we booked our entire two week vacation around the availability of having a 3 day stay at Agriturismo La Lobra. Due to the high reviews on Trip Advisor we were so excited to stay in a lemon grove and dine surrounded by lemon trees. We are seasoned travelers and do extensive research when planning our special trips and Agriturismo La Lobra fit our particular likes exactly. To get here you must drive a short distance along the Amalfi Coast so be aware that the streets are a bit scary and challenging. We drive into the driveway and park our car. You must also be aware that this is not the place for you if you are mobility challenged. There are many steep steps and hills to climb up to get to the office and to your rooms. We check in and are shown to our room in a building up a steep hill. This building has I think probably 4 guest rooms in it. Tulio the proprietor explains that this is his nicest room. He opens the door and it is hot as h----. Tulio shows us how to turn on the AC (one would think that he would have it on knowing that we were arriving this afternoon, but oh well). There is not one window nor is there any pictures on the walls, very stark and convent like. He opens the French door that has a solid paneled shutter on it with glass behind it, out to the patio which is probably the temperature of the surface of the sun. The view is lovely of the sea way in the distance. He says that dinner is at 8pm and we say ok. We shower and hope that by after dinner the room will cool off. The dinner was absolutely delicious!! Four courses and scrumptious. We thank him and off to bed we go because it is late, around 2130. We open the door and the blast of heat that greets us is upsetting. We check the thermostat to see if we turned it the wrong way but no, it's on cool. We wait for 20 minutes and still no cool air coming out of the vent. I walk outside and the other guests are conming out of their rooms with the same problem as us. I walk down the steep hill to the main building to get help from Tulio but the house is dark. I knock then bang on the doors, no answer. I go back up the steep hill and I hear one of the other guests say that they tried calling Tulio but he does not answer his phone. I try calling and the line is busy. I finally get through and an Italian speaking lady answers and I tell her in Italian our problem. She tells me an technician is on his way. That never happened. I called back and she hung up on me. By now we are all sweating and exhausted. We spray ourselves with bug spray because the mosquitoes are pretty bad and leave the French doors open for some air that is still hot, temp on my phone says 88F and feels like 93F. I take a towel, soaked with with cool tap water and wrap my head with it and try to lay down. No sleep for me all night!!!! The couple next to us sat outside our adjoining balconies, smoking cigarettes and watching loud TV shows. AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!! I called every hotel in
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FromUS$100
4.7/510 Reviews
Myself and wife stayed here for 7 nights, leaving 5/10/19. All the Staff are superb, they are extremely friendly, professional and helpful. The hotel is extremely clean, and peaceful, as in a fairly secluded position. Towels are provided if using the pool. Breakfast is excellent, with a continental style buffet (fresh squeezed fruit juice, cereal, bread, rolls, cold meats, cheese, numerous fruits, yoghurt, pastries etc) They also ask if you would like eggs (whatever way you prefer them) and bacon is available. We also had a evening meal which was of a high standard. We stayed in a standard double, and the room was clean, bed was large, TV, free safety deposit box and balcony. The bathroom was spacious, with no bath but a shower which worked ok, the only comment is the cubicle is a bit small. Whilst staying we did the cookery school with 2 other couples (who we didn't already know). This was really good fun, lasted about 2.5 hours and the 2 chef tutors were very friendly and willing to assist, which was particularly good for myself, as I'm a cooking novice. We made an Italian 4 course meal, and ate what we made that evening. The hotel is located in Sant Agata, a small village/town which has several bars and good restaurants. We didn't hire a car ourselves, and used public transport to get around. The bus stop to Sorrento is approx 15 minute walk downhill from the hotel to the bus stop, so about 20 minute walk back as uphill. The hotel provided us with a map to the bus stop, and bus timetable. It takes approx 30 mins to get to Sorrento bus station, which is also the train station.. It cost 1.30 Euros per person each way. Tickets can be purchased from the tobacco shop (which you walk past) or from the Tourist info kiosk by bus stop. You cannot pay on the bus. Buses run frequently and the last one back from Sorrento is about 11pm. The bus stop to go to the Amalfi coast, is about 20 mins walk from the hotel, and the cost is 2euros per person each way to Postiano which takes approx 30 mins. I would say if you are not hiring a car, and like we did, are planning on doing a lot of sightseeing (Pompeii, Vesusvius, Postiano, Sorrento, Capri), then do be prepared to do a lot of walking, travelling by bus, train & ferry. If you are hiring a car, do be a confident driver, as the roads are very narrow, and winding. We noticed, many of the cars have scrapes or dents. For Pompeii, I would recommend the guided 2 hour walking tour, which can be purchased from the kiosk at Sorrento train station, as covers the main highlights to be seen. After the tour, you are free to explore more of Pompeii on your own.
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FromUS$189
4.1/510 Reviews
Lovely little appartment with amazing views across the mountains. Very helpful and friendly staff (Maria) to greet us and meet any needs and answer our questions. Had a great recommendation to eat at the restaurant next door (1min walk) which was perfect (though there is a great kitchen in your room as a self catering option if you would prefer). Lovely pool available to use too. The only con we found was that it was a little noisy but that was mainly due to the family above and people next door banging the chairs around on the hard floors like elephants so maybe bear that in mind if you are a very light sleeper. All in all, a lovely place to stay!
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FromUS$80
4/513 Reviews
Raise the drawbridge, I am never leaving! This place is basic but amazing. A medieval tower with a balcony overlooking the water. Kids loved it, we loved it and although its not exactly budget it is affordable...something that in a few years time will no doubt change!
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FromUS$112
4.7/510 Reviews
I have just arrived at the airport in Naples after spending 3 nights in this stunning hotel. The hotel itself is in amazing grounds with breathtaking views. The Cielo sky bar is an absolutely amazing place to watch the sun go down and the infinity pool and bar are fantastic. The staff are superb and when they say they are at your disposal they really are! Every person we encountered on our stay were so welcoming and could not do enough for us. They booked trips, arranged shuttle runs, moved our car, provided a packed breakfast as we left early and generally just did everything possible to make this trip unforgettable. We stayed in a junior suite and the standard of the room and all the little extras were just fantastic. The welcome you receive from the restaurants and bars was exceptional. Staff gave me a blanket when it started getting a bit cold and never left you waiting for a top up from your glass. The food in the restaurant was amazing as was the service received by all. It is without a doubt the best hotel I have ever stayed in and I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone! Absolutely first class.
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FromUS$421
4.2/510 Reviews
I stayed at Gocce Di Capri for three nights September with my partner and two young children. We absolutely loved it. The view is the obvious highlight. The sunsets looking high over Capri from our private balcony (it looks like most rooms have the same view) are impossible to describe. So beautiful - wow, what a show. We ate dinner at the restaurant on our first night and it was delicious. The waitstaff were very friendly and helpful - recommending a refreshing bottle of local Fiano to drink with our meal. The space had a really warm and lovely atmosphere. The hotel is in a great location. It is nice and quiet, sitting atop the mountain. You can easily stroll to the small neighboring town to grab coffee and meals (restaurant Eugene was great), or you can jump in the car to explore up and down the Amalfi coast. We had planned to visit Sorrento itself but ran out of time (we were too busy enjoying secret local beaches and swimming spots recommended by the helpful staff. There are some spectacular places to swim in the area away from the crowds). We have some magic memories from our time here. We highly recommend this beautiful hotel. Thanks for having us!
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FromUS$76
4.6/510 Reviews
We stayed here for a few nights. We were made very welcome at this charming family run hotel and everything was perfect. The location is great, right on the beach, and the rooms’ balconies have great views. You are lulled to sleep by the sea lapping on the pebbly beach. The rooms are well equipped, spacious and comfortable. Breakfast is amazing with a really fab high quality buffet including fruit, pastries, juices and super savouries, all super fresh. We all loved it here and will be back.
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FromUS$208
3.9/510 Reviews
Have just returned from a weeks stay at the Piccolo Paradiso. We overall had a great time and it was lovely to be away and relax after a rubbish year but sadly there were a few issues that marred our stay which I will explain later on in this post. Firstly for the good points. The hotel is spotlessly clean, with rooms and the hotel grounds being cleaned daily. The staff are very friendly and we enjoyed using the pool area as well as the terrace for a drink in the afternoon. Both offer stunning views over the Bay of Naples. We stayed on a B&B rate and breakfast was nice. Typical continental breakfast as you would expect staying in Italy. We also ate in the hotel restaurant most nights. You can either have the set menu of €25 per person which is changed daily or order off the a la carte. Price wise there isn’t much difference, just that you get more choice on the a la carte. Location wise the hotel sits just above Marina Della Lobra, a small and pretty fishing village which is around 5 minutes walk away. Here you will find several restaurants and the local shop. Massa Lubrense is a larger town further up the hill from the hotel. Not recommended to walk up here though unless you are extremely fit. It is a very steep hill on uneven surfaces. The bus stops outside the hotel and you can get there in 10 mins. Much easier. It’s easy to change buses in Massa Lubrense to get to Sorrento, which is around 20 mins drive away. We also connected in Sorrento to get to Positano. All in all the cost from Marina Della Lobra to Positano was €8 each. A bargain compared to the €50 boat trip that leaves from the harbour. Now sadly for the downsides. Don’t get me wrong, these wouldn’t put us off returning to this hotel or recommending to others but I do think they are worth mentioning for future guests to be aware of and for the hotel management to hopefully take note. 1. Everything is paid for on a tab system. This seems very old fashioned and I personally like to pay for things as I order/buy them so I know where I stand. 2. Lack of entertainment in the evenings. We knew there was no entertainment on offer and was actually quite glad as it can be very cringy but I think the hotel is missing a trick by not having a little bar maybe with some background music playing. Sure this is done in the dining room but not a very atmospheric environment, yet downstairs there is a lounge area which is mainly under utilised. Wouldn’t hurt for them to put a little bar in here and would also help to increase their revenue as most guests seemed to head out after dinner or return to their rooms. 3. Now for the real issue which sadly marred our stay here- on the last night we returned from a day in Sorrento and had already eaten a late lunch/early evening meal so just decided to have wine and a snack in the hotel. As we had an early departure the next morning we wanted to settle our bill that night. When we went to pay at reception we had to query the price as it seemed much
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FromUS$55
4/510 Reviews
A good hotel with a good view to the ocean from almost all the rooms. The rooms are not so large and the bathrooms feature shower cubicles which are too small for bathing freely. The rooms have open common balcony and good for idling away your time looking at the sea. The location of the hotel is awesome but it is so secluded and away from a city that the road ends there. The parking in front of the hotel is paid parking. A regular bus service to Sorrento is in place from the bus stop just in front of the hotel. Did not use their spa, so can't comment but the swimming pool is indoor and didn't use it too. The breakfast spread is decent in the morning but has too many sweet baked muffins, cakes etc, which I am not used too. Stayed there for 5 nights and the hot breakfast remained the same on all days. The manager, Alessandro, was too courteous and forthcoming with information and suggestions when he sees you puzzled. The front office staff is not too courteous and their understanding of English is something for the hotel to worry about.
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FromUS$281
4.3/510 Reviews
We have been guests at the Bellavista Francischiello many times over the years , travelling from Scotland can sometimes be a long journey with many stops , now easy jet fly direct from Edinburgh to Naples and makes it quicker and more direct . The Hotel is about 6 Km from Sorrento up the hill heading to Massa Lubrense , a lovely little village with a small harbour .The family & Staff are very nice and welcoming Anna & Giovanna at the front desk where you can buy bus tickets or any of the services available in the hotel The rooms have all been modernised recently and the walk in shower is perfect & the decor very pleasing . The pool area & spa which a small indoor pool & sauna as well as beauty & massage area , these can be reached from the stairs or the lift . The main pool is lovely and secluded with a small bar and eating area ideal for lunch , lots of couches & loungers dotted about. Adjacent to the hotel is the Ristorante, just the best place to eat either lunch or dinner , try Sorrento.. but Ristorante Ricardo Francischiello you will be spoilt for choice , the table and chairs at the window allow you stunning views of Capri and the bay of Amalfi coast , there is a small bar area at the back of the ristorante. You will be served by the waiters Raphael or Franky , and almost certainly one of the family Fresh fish and seafood of every description is in offer and pasta dishes steaks or risotto , you can be half board or A la carte my own personal favourite is Smoked Salmon Rissoto .... perfect . A modern well run and elegant hotel with a high class ristorante We were look forward to returning in the near future
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FromUS$169
4.1/510 Reviews
Nice hotel, close to the main square, with lovely orange and lemon groves next door. The only problem was that the walls were so thin - the person in the next room had the TV on at 1:15 in the morning, and I had to ask reception to ask him to turn it down because I could hear every word. Comfortable otherwise.
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FromUS$101