Villa Sirio4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We were welcomed by one of the owners, he was so sweet. He got Allesandra-who spoke fluent English and Italian. It was so nice to be able to communicate perfectly :) We are working on our Italian.. This hotel is right across from the water, you cannot get any closer. It has the best views by far! This town is one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen. The beach is soft and the water is so clear. The sunsets are like something you only see in books. The food, shopping and even just walking around you get the best small town feel. Its funny how you feel so safe here and there is such a warm feeling all around. Cannot wait to return!
We recently stayed here for a wedding. This is definitely off the beaten path and it was very relaxing. The rooms are clean and decorated in blue. We had a room with a balcony/table/chairs facing the ocean. It was breathtaking. The front desk staff were helpful in arranging transportation and room service for us. The food at the restaurant was great. We could easily walk to shops, restaurants, and the beach. Would highly recommend this place!
As the Villa Sirio was carefully selected by our friends as the base for their wedding, my wife and I stayed there for 3 days/2 nights. Most rooms have unobstructed views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Our room on the 1st floor had such a view along with floor-to-ceiling double balcony doors that opens to a terrace large enough to comfortably fit a table and two seats, where a couple could watch the sun set in tranquility. The staff was friendly and provided outstanding service. Probably the first property we've encountered where housekeeping would not accept our tips. Hotel offers a daily continental breakfast with eggs-to-order option; it also has an outstanding restaurant on-site with excellent wine selection. The hotel and its rooms are wonderfully decorated; we understand all the paintings and portraits were done by the same person. If we are to return to Santa Maria di Castellabate, then we would certainly return to the Villa Sirio. Stayed in June 2016, as a couple.
A magnificent hotel in a beautiful location, right on the seafront and five minutes’ walk to bars, restaurants and shops. The hotel exudes class and the décor is arty and totally in sync with the classic architecture. We discovered that the owner is an art enthusiast and the hotel is adorned with some excellent paintings. The staff were friendly and could not have more than helpful. On our last day we asked if the hotel could arrange for a taxi to take us to Acropoli. Instead, Andrea insisted in driving us there free of charge and waited until he was satisfied that we were checked into our next. Our only disappointment was that our stay was to short but intend going back with friends as soon as we can.
We stayed here for 4 nights in early October. The town and hotel were quiet but the weather still glorious. Rooms are exceptionally clean and the maid service is first class. We had a balcony overlooking the sea, looking out to see Capri in the distance. The sound of the sea is very soothing and we often slept with the balcony doors open. Plenty of parking nearby
This is a small family owned hotel where nothing seems too much trouble. The pace is gentle and you seem to fade into this way of life. We had planned all sorts of visits to surrounding areas and the "must see" places, but did none of these. This is not a 5 star luxury hotel, but a home in which to relax, which is so,so much better.
This is the best hotel in town. Family owned hotel, staff very helpful and the owner, Andrea, would do anything to please you and make your stay a wonderful experience. The rooms are beautiful finished and the restaurant serves fresh and tasty local dishes. One not to be missed
Villa Sirio is definitely one of the nicest places in Santa Maria. The views are great, and they have their own platform on the water for sunbathing during the day, and dinner at night. The staff was super friendly and accomodating, and the rooms were clean, with some of the coldest AC we experienced in Italy. The town itself was cute, and off the beaten path, hardly any non-italians, but definitely not glamorous or luxurious. It was mostly a place for middle class italians to vacation. While the coast was extensive, the beaches themselves were quite small and crowded. In all, I would compare it to some of the beached on the Jersey Shore (and both the good and bad that goes with that). The hotel does have its own small stretch of the public beach, but it seemed to be mostly taken over by non-guests, By far the coolest part of the experience was just walking up and down the main promenade of town and people watching. The kids were up way late by American standards, but it was fun to see the grandparents walking babies in a pram, and families getting gelato. Bottom line is if you want to vacation like an Italian, this town is a great option, but it is definitely not going to be confused with Positano or Capri.
Our family of four (parents and two teenagers) stayed here for two nights in August. The location is perfect--close to the beach, restaurants, and shopping. The staff here is fabulous. When we arrived at 3 p.m. and tried to find a place for lunch, all the restaurants were closed. When we explained our predicament to a member of the hotel staff, he immediately walked with us to a little cafe nearby, talked with the owner, who then served us a delicious lunch. Everyone was gracious and kind. Although we don't speak much Italian, it wasn't a problem at all! Highly recommend Villa Sirio and would definitely stay there again.
It was our fist visit to Villa Sirio and Castellabate. All the staff were extremely welcoming and kind. The even meals and wine list on the deck area were fantastic - and very welcome after a long day travelling. As has been noted, you need to be prepared to try italian as the english speaking is limited (we were hopeless but they were still very patient!). the Location is wonderful, right on the sea, near beaches but far enough away (5 mins) from the main bars etc that it was fairly quiet. I can definitely recommend hiring a boat for a trip up the coast, they were also able to supply a Pilot to help drive! The rooms had comfortable beds and it was all clean and well appointed. Hope we can come back soon!
Located in Santa Maria di Castellabate, Villa Sirio is adjacent to Santuario S. Maria a Mare and within a mile (2 km) of Basilica Pontificia Santa Maria de Gulia. This 34-room, 4-star hotel has a private beach along with free in-room WiFi and a rooftop terrace. Castello dell'Abate is also 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from the hotel, which is in the historical district.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
Villa Sirio's 34 soundproofed rooms provide balconies, minibars, and laptop-compatible safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 24-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, designer toiletries, bathrobes, and bidets. Rooms also include desks.
Guests of Villa Sirio enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. There's discounted offsite parking and a free train station shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a library, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 123 reviews