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We stayed a week at hotel Belair at the beginning of our European vacation. It is a clean beautiful hotel with friendly staff. We had a room at the opposite end from the entrance overlooking the ocean and town. Fantastic view. We spent hours on...More
Amazing stay at this fabulous hotel with staggering views!
Our trip was to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and we could not have wished for more. Spacious rooms with staggering views, gorgeous breakfasts, excellent facilities and superbly attentive staff to take care of your every...More
Stayed in August 2016 for 3 nights, for my wife's 40th birthday. A wonderful hotel with some of the best views from the rooms and pool I have ever witnessed. The hotel is very clean and rooms are lovely. Food in the restaurant is very...More
This is, without doubt, a truly lovely hotel with the most amazing views and staff who all go out of their way to make you feel welcome, from the cleaning ladies, porters, reception, barman and dining staff. The breakfast is wonderful with Michele making certain...More
Just 10 mins walk from the interesting centre of Sorrento, with fantastic views across the Bay of Naples.
Sea view room with a small balcony is a must. Inland views would be of the, somewhat busy, road at the 'back' of the hotel. Road is...More
Response from MartinR-07 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Sue B - it's a steep climb up the road or steps to the town centre alone (15 mins ) then a further walk uphill up Via Capo to the hotel (another 20minutes minimum). Fine if you are out for a stroll, but... More
I agree with Sue B - it's a steep climb up the road or steps to the town centre alone (15 mins ) then a further walk uphill up Via Capo to the hotel (another 20minutes minimum). Fine if you are out for a stroll, but certainly not practical with luggage.
There is a lift from the bottom of the cliff, but you still have to walk from the ferry landing to the bathing areas, and then from the lift top up Via Capo. I would suggest the bus if you are not in a hurry, the taxis are infamously extortionate.