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Really nicely maintained old hotel. Rooms were quite spacious (for europe), the staff were really friendly an very helpful. About a 10 minute walk into the old city so its out of the noise and traffic and there is a fantastic deli/restaurant across the road.
We stayed here as our "home base" in Sorrento. We also took a tour of the Amalfi Coast and a boat trip to Capri. This hotel was close to the main area in Sorrento. Close to shopping and restaurants. It is off the main street...More
We stayed at the hotel Zi Teresa on the 15th of June for one week returning to Sorrento after 15 years .In our opinion the hotel was perfect in every way and all the staff went out of their way to make our stay one...More
The hotel is on a side street, so quiet, considering it's just off the Main Street of activity. An easy walk into the main square and down to the 2 ports or bus terminal to catch a tour bus. Front desk staff were very friendly....More
My family traveled to Italy on a Make-A-Wish trip for my daughter who is 16 yrs. old. Make-A-Wish provided accommodations in Rome and Florence for 7 nights. We added 3 nights onto the trip in Sorrento and booked at the Hotel Zi Teresa. We have...More
US$120 - US$1,453 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#44 Luxury Hotel in Sorrento
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There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up... More
There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up). There were a bunch of Germans who dressed very casually, too, so let your lads wear what they want 😊. Have a lovely time & be sure to visit the Foreigners club for super views with a drink or lunch & Pizzeria Da Franco for cheap pizzas in an authentic eatery (& it's fairly close your hotel & where the locals go)!