Hotels for LGBT in Sorrento
- 1Hotel Class:4 reviews
In what was one of the greatest travel accidents of all time, I found this place and ended up spending two of the most comfortable nights of my three-week stay in Italy here. I would dare anyone to find a better view than Bellevue Syrene's view of the Bay of Naples from their terrace or restaurant. You'd think that would ...Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:2 reviews
Great hotel and the food is fantastic!!!Popular with
- 3Hotel Class:2 reviews
The restaurant here is rather good if you love tradition. White jacketed waiters serve food from silver domed plates in this frescoed and mirrored dining room.Popular with
- 42 reviews
A great walk down to the Marina but much more difficult walking back. I would encourage you to take the bus or a cab up to the city. There are lots of restaurants but a little touristy as this is where you catch the ferry to Capri. It is great for people watching and listening to language spoken by the ...
- 52 reviews
This small hotel is build out on a cliff, private balconies overlooking the ocean. It has a lovely swimming pool and friendly staff. The town Sorrento is a very busy touristy town like all the towns in Amalfi Coast. In Sorrento the tourist cruise boats add even more traffic.
- 6Hotel Class:1 review
I love this place, I love citrus scent and the peace you can breath here. If you want to experience a true-to-life Italian hospitality, this the right chance. And please, say hello to Maria D'Esposito in my behalf.
- 8Hotel Class:1 review
Friendly staff and amply food! Don't go here if you're on a diet!
- 91 review
Villa Adriana is one of two places I've stayed in Sorrento-- and I'll likely never stay elsewhere. Cute, charming, Italian, Villa Adriana has it all. Run by husband-and-wife team Andrea (a vivacious and kind Aussie) and Valerio (a local Italian), this Villa has been in Valerio's family for generations. Worry not, it's been tastefully and appropriately updated; it's modern, but ...Popular with
- 10Hotel Class:1 review
While Sorrento is a bit too touristy, Maison la Minervetta is an oasis in all the clutter that surrounds it. An interior that's been featured in many travel & architectural magazines is everything that is contemporary Italian. Beautiful rooms that are individual in design, all with spectacular views. There's a welcoming & helpful staff to make you feel at home ...Popular with
- 111 review
Location was great. Quiet room even though it was on the main street. Very clean - nicely refinished rooms. Very close to train station.
We just spent ten days in Sorrento and we stayed and one of the most wonderful places, it is called Relais Villa Angiolina The phone number is 3908184523. It is a paradise close to all areas that one wants, and has a lovely helpful staff.1 review
You cannot go wrong on this place! Inexpensive and centrally located.
- 131 review
Very nice place, clean, in the center and very nive people!Popular with
- 14Hotel Class:1 review
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- 16Hotel Class:1 review
Checked in here for a night. Free shuttle bus to Sorrento town courtesy of the hotel. Free parking too :). Nice room cos I got upgraded to a romantic theme room. Only 5 of such rooms here. Do let me know what do you get if you ever stay here. Nice pool just for tan. Overlooking some not-too-bad view. More ...
- 17Hotel Class:1 review
Located in the center of Sorrento and walking distance from public transportation, this is a great base from which to see the Amalfi Coast, and take excursions to Capri, Pompei and the boat tours that leave from Sorrento harbor. It's also got free wifi and a garden. To top it off the staff is top notch and the rooms are ...
- 18Hotel Class:1 review
Clean rooms, great location & beautiful views. Located in a cute narrow street that is really close to everything you need and the port! Concierge/Front desk very nice and genuine-will help you w any day trips or recommendations. Delicious place to eat right next door. Highly recommended !
- 19Hotel Class:1 review
Nice big hotel; If you stay ask to be put on level 3 or 2. The 4th floor rooms are generally smaller and hotter. Nice pool but the food was terrible it is better to get the free shuttle bus to town (5 mins) and get lunch and dinner there. Beautiful views and great staff.