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All reviewsrooms are smallexcellent locationsplash poolcentral locationyour doorstepchurch bellsplenty of storagebreakfast roomyogurtsun terracepiazza tassoair conditioningtrain and bus stationa great place to stayboiled eggsrestaurants and shopseach evening
The Astoria is all about location, right in the old quarter. You walk out of the front door and into the first restaurant.
The rooms are a bit small, but in this area space is at a premium. I would think that the private accommodation...More
Stopped here for 6 nights in early august. Nice hotel. Rated as 4 star, but probably 3 is more realistic. Pleasant and clean. Rooms on the small side and some noise from adjacent rooms can be heard. Nice breakfasts, Nice courtyard. Best bit is its...More
Plus side - Lovely little hotel, rooms etc clean and neat, excellent location, very central. Staff are lovely, very friendly and helpful, especially Massimo, such a nice guy, and Valentina, one of the chambermaids.
On the downside - Our room was bit 'compact' with very...More
Definitely not 4-star by any standard. Very small rooms, clean and the tile is pretty but not worth the price. I booked a double room only to find out (2nd day, not when we checked in -- together) that my "double" was for a single...More
This hotel is discretely located a couple of streets back from the main road through Sorrento, and a short walk from the steps to the marina, the cloisters of San Francesco and the Foreigners club.
It's fairly small with tight staircase and small lift. Rooms...More
Response from greyguitar1956 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I think so, although the hotel is so close to booking agents it wouldn't cause an issue if they didn't. The Astoria is a great base and is very close to the ferry to Capri and also to the rail station.