Parco dei Principi Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
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We spent one night at Parco Dei Principi. The location is perfect as you drive inside the gates through the lush park in front of the hotel. The hotel is a design treasure - steeped in shades of rich blue fabric and blue and white tiles - the furniture, the flooring, the hotel uniforms. An Italian work of art. The rooms are a 60's timewarp and perfectly preserved to the vision of Gio Ponti. We sat in the bar, drinking prosecco and martinis before eating in the lovely restaurant overlooking the bay. A unique, stylish experience that only Italians can effortless pull off. Bravo Park Dei Principi.
Spent first week of Jan 2018 here. Spacious room for three people. Has balcony that you can see the Bay of Naples from. Clean white and blue themed building and rooms. Spacious bathroom. But if you are taking a honeymoon or planning extracurricular activities in the tub, be aware it is VERY narrow and not easy to stand in. This was probably one of the best breakfasts offered at hotel I have ever had. Make your own mimosas. Mozzarella, tomatoes, fresh bread that you cut yourself, various other meats and cheeses, fresh fruit, yogurt, and a plethora of sweets and baked goods. The grounds are fantastic, even in winter. Most things are put away for the winter rains and winds. But the views across the bay to Naples and Vesuvius are awe-inspiring. There is a bus/van that takes you to town on the hour as well.
You can't beat the location of his hotel... breakfast buffet overlooking the Mediterranean Sea while watching fisherman spread their nets for their morning catch! Absolutely a wonderful treat! The breakfast at this hotel is also fantastic! We also enjoyed dinner one evening at the hotel's restaurant -- they served a green olive (and I do mean BRIGHT GREEN) there that was ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING! Our only complaint involving the hotel is that our room was FREEZING COLD. We visited in December, and the air blowing into our room from the room "heater" was very, very cold. We complained to the front desk twice before they finally took us seriously and moved us to another room on a different floor. We knew the people staying in rooms next to our original room, and they also complained of COLD rooms, but they decided to "rough it out" when the front desk didn't seem to take them seriously (they failed to persist, and ended up staying in COLD rooms for two nights). We felt the front desk should have taken immediate action based upon three rooms complaining of the room temperature!!!
The rooms are modest; however the food was very good, and the views are breathtaking with its own little beach to swim in. The beach included black sand, which you don't see that often. The location is great and very easy to grab a boat and visit Capri. We were fortunate enough to have beautiful sunny warm weather, back in May, 2017. The views of the ocean are spectacular; and even though we traveled with a small tour group throughout Italy, I honestly did not want to leave this place. If you are a person that loves the ocean, sand, and traveling to nearby places, like Capri, than this is the place for you. I hope we are fortunate enough to be able to travel back to this place and have time to see more of the Amalfi Coastline.
A must for MCM fans- everything in this hotel is original- designed by the great man himself Gio Ponti!! The spectacular view and private pool came in a close second ..... This hotel IS paradise! Sarah keighery
i was in some hotels in amalfi coast, but this one is the best. the location perfect, the room are big, the balcony with sea view are wonderful and the staff (fabio and federica) are amazing! the best thing in the hotel is the breakfast, good food with wonderful panorama!
We stayed here for 4 nights. We arrived at around 1 pm on a Sunday. We found the hotel charming and staff were very pleasant, polite, knowledgeable with fluent English. We got a 2nd floor seaview room with balcony and 180 degree view of the sea. The room was spacious, bright, we have 3 full closets, well thought out bathroom layout, and it looked identical as the website. We were delighted. On the second day after breakfast, at a little after 8am, we heard on and off hammering noises from above, as we needed to catch the 9 O'clock shuttle to go out, I didn't bother to check the reason why. Unfortunately on our 3rd day, it rained quite heavily and we decided to stay in till noon and just do some shopping in town at Sorrento. As we headed back from the gym to our room around 10 am, there was continuous banging and drilling above our head. We then realized that they was renovation going on at the upper floors, it was so unbarable to stay in the room. Well, as predicted, the only solution was to move us down to -2 fl and they promised a seaview and a staff to help move our things. It was very annoying. After viewing the signicantly smaller, darker room with a balcony surrounded by high walls on both sides, we had no choice but to move as this was the only 'quieter room' available. As for the porter that helped us move, he was eager to help but he placed both our luggage upside down and around, then didn't even know how to pull the hangers off the rack form the closet, I had to do it myself. Worse was that we found out we also moved from having 3 closets to just half a closet! And for the rest of our 2 days, it just wasn't a pleasant stay in our room. The question I have for the management is why would you put guests staying for four night in a room that you know will be hugely affected by renovation noises! And there was never anything anywhere mentioned that renovation is going on in the hotel. Was it because we booked through booking.com and not through an agent or direct from the hotel's website? This hotel also takes in a lot of tour groups particularly from the U.S. so breakfast time can get a bit hectic and noisy. And running short of food on the buffet table. Apart from all the unpleasant circumstances of our stay, the staff service is great, breakfast buffet offerings are adequate, they do have a shuttle to take to and back from town although it only runs once every hour. Will I recommend this to my friends, probably not although I liked it a lot initially.
This place is just incredible - amazing views, stunning gardens, gorgeous food and most of all the friendliest staff ever. So much nicer than many of the 'famous' hotels in the centre of Sorrento - i literally don't think there is a better spot on the whole of the coast. Stylish, charming, totally relaxing with just the right amount of indulgence - one of the best hotels I have ever had the pleasure of staying at
Spent a week B&B with our 7 year old at this wonderful truely 5* hotel towards the end of October 2017. Fabulous sea view room, wonderfully attentive staff in the restaurant for breakfast, at reception and the mini bus driver. I was disappointed when the sea access closed after our second day - turns out we arrived just as the "winter" season started but it didn't spoil our stay as we could still use the (very cold!) swimming pool. Sorrento is a magical truely Italian destination with no commercialism anywhere which helps it retain its charm. I'd recommend a day trip to Capri - another magical Italian location! We will definitely be back! (and I never say that about anywhere!)
Short break at this wonderful hotel. Hotel is an absolute gem, beautifully styled, fabulously appointed rooms, the photographs on their website really don't do it justice. Staff were outstanding. Nothing too much trouble, attentive and happy to share local knowledge to ensure you make the best of your stay. View from the room balcony, restaurant and terrace is very special. Would recommend 100%!
- Close to Piazza Tasso
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Piazza Tasso is within a mile (2 km) of Parco dei Principi Hotel, and other popular sites like Marina Grande are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 96-room, 5-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, a marina, and a 24-hour fitness center. It's in central Sorrento and also a short walk from Museo Correale di Terranova and Piazza Lauro.
Free buffet breakfast is offered each morning. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 96 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, safes, and phones. LCD TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, designer toiletries, bathrobes, and bidets. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include desks.
Guests staying at Parco dei Principi Hotel enjoy access to a marina, a 24-hour fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Parking is available for EUR 15 per night (EUR 15.00 per night for valet parking), and there's also an area shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with concierge services and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a conference center, a business center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.
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73% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1058 reviews