Sorrento Town Suites0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
stayed with my son for a long weekend, the room was lovely with great vues ,breakfast delivered to our room was lovely. the staff were very friendly and helpful , hotel was a little hard to find as it is hidden on a side street behind the main road and shops.
Lived visiting this old town. A lovely welcoming place to visit. Lovely shops, people and building to see. Will be visiting again. The food is lovely and a treasure trove of gifts available. The sun beams down and you can find jewellery makers and sumptuous food for you to salivate over.
The accommodation was an apartment with 3 rooms, orange, blue and turquoise. We got the blue room with 3 beds, one king and one single, extremely comfortable and cozy. The room was beautifully decorated in a modern design, mainly in blue, so best for summer months. Bathroom was very clean and a big shower with a nice shower head, excellent fixtures and also a view of the sea and Mt. Vesuvius from the shower. The room had a kettle and a mini fridge and a safe locker. A huge balcony to relax with a sofa overlooking the bay of Naples and the Vesuvius, also visible from every point in your room making you not want to leave the apartment. Difficult to decide if the city was more beautiful or the apartment. Only negative, if, no kitchen in the apartment. Our host was very friendly and explained us everything in detail. Location is very central and at the heart of the city with many food joints and restaurants and a bar 50 meters from the apartment. It is a perfect value for money. Can't wait to come back.
My wife and I stayed here for a week loved it Rossana the general manager was amazing we had an airport transfer and she met us in the town square the room was lovely, we had gone for my birthday we didn't say anything but on the day Rossana wished me a happy birthday Sorrento amazing people great well worth a visit we will be going back
My partner and I just spent 2 weeks at Sorrento town suites. We specifically asked for the top floor room based on other trip advisor reviews. So glad we did! There is no lift , so you do have to carry your bags up 3 flights but that means you won't feel guilty eating that extra gelato! The room is very large and the kitchenette is great to keep snacks and drinks in. There is a small stove but seriously, I'm on vacation in italy , I am eating out everyday! Breakfast is brought to the room at whatever time you want between 8 - 10. It's a nice simple breakfast(tea, coffee,a pastry, and pre packaged toast) just enough to get you started for the day. Housekeeping is super friendly and very helpful. Does a great job. The only problem with the place is the location. No one seems to know where it is. When we arrived by car our driver dropped us off and sent us in the wrong direction. When I asked at different places no one could tell us how to get there. So if you book , get dropped off at the park by the cathedral on corso italia , look for the alley on your left, go up it about 600 ft and look on the right for a sign to Sorrento town suites. Would definitely stay here again.
Just got back from a week in sorrento. we stayed in the sorrento town suites. It was a great location, had breakfast delivered to our door each morning and staff were very friendly and helpful. Only downsides were the walls are very thin so can hear everything and the beds weren't too comfy. Would remcommend this accommodation to friends and would return to the town suites if I was to go back to sorrento again.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Very central. Although there was a little bit of noise we hardly noticed it and slept really well. The cleaner lady was particularly warm and friendly. She brings breakfast to the rooms in the morning and kept the place spotless. Although it is not high end (maybe two star or three start accomodation) it was spacious, had a little balcony and overall great value. We loved it. ps Top tip. If you are arriving from Naples airport make sure you take the aiport bus into Sorrento as the train journey alternative is a bit grim.
To pay it forward and ensure Travellers know what they are getting themselves into before booking this "Town suites" Here are the list of Pros and Cons for our 6 days stay. PROS -outstanding location. Close to all you need, restaurants, cafes, shopping, bus stops, supermarkets and a 7mins walk to the sorrento lift down to the sorrento ferry port. -kitchenette in the room is a plus. If you would like to cook a meal or two, and it helps saves some euro since they do have some pots and plates. But remember to wash everything with piping hot water to desanitize everything. -breakfast included and brought to your room every morning. -housekeeping staff was friendly Now the Cons -paper thin walls with numerous noise disturbance. If you are looking to book this hotel, try to ask for the rooms on the 2nd floor if it's available. We had our room located on the first floor in front of the entrance and we constantly heard doorbells, people gathering in the lobby chitchatting like they are at some cafe 8am in the morning, a workout studio class during 5pm-6pm everyday, people stomping up and down the stairs at 12am at night. -tiny standing shower in the small bathroom. -our room had 1 window that was facing the side of a restaurant with their bright lights left on until 1:30am. If you are a early And a light sleeper who needs a pitch dark room to sleep, this is not the suite for you, fortunately I brought an eye mask, but my other half had a hard time sleeping. -the hard mattress. I did not had any issues sleeping but my partner did have issues where he was able to feel the springs of the mattress every time he turns. -no 24hrs service for emergency or questions. This is almost an Air B&B where you are renting a room inside someone's residence. We do not expect front desk service at night if you have any questions for places to eat or where to go. The owner is there at the front lobby from 8am-11am and occasionally during the afternoon if someone is checking in. If you do have questions, make a list and ask her in the morning. Even though she did not have answers to a couple general questions Ive asked her "How much is the cost to take the taxi from the sorrento town suites to the sorrento port" and "Is there a day/time which you recommend I should take the sita bus to positano and amalfi to avoid the crowds? -unreliable WiFi. The if it rains, you will receive slow to no connection. Overall, if the location is the most important factor at a fairly decent price. You can give this "sorrento town suites" a try. But you have been warned..
we arrived in Sorrento which is truly beautiful. Reminded us a lot of Venice with its winding narrow cobbled streets lined with fascinating shops Bought some stuff for my kids and grandchildren can,t say what as they will read this. Found a shop that sold lovely handmade Italian linen shirts and that was what Steve chose for his birthday gift from me, after the shop owner had him model half the shops contents and dance round to Gloria Gaynor! Found a lemon grove we could walk through and sitting on rustic benches in the shade sampled the locally made Limoncello Liquer crikey was it blooming' strong. I can't remember coming out but of course we did. Shops sell so much lemon flavoured stuff, nougat, chocolates, rice, pasta everything and lovely lemon perfumed soaps in organza bags ebroidered with Sorrento. Had a gorgeous huge lemon cream cake and pear and apricot juice in cafe in the square, the others were not quite so adventurous and stuck to paninis and coca cola. Bought my daughter a law a special ingredient for her new kitchen in Sweden, again can,t say what. Finished off with lasagne, ravioli and bolognese in a garden restaurant overlooking the port watching the boats sail to Capri, then back to the station for the trip back to Napoli!
We stayed here for a wonderful week in May and found the location and service to be brilliant. The breakfast was surprisingly good and made a very welcome wake-up call. With all of Sorrento literally on our door step the Sorrento Town Suites made the perfect base for our holiday exploring the bay of Naples and the Amalfi Coast. The only downside was that the shower and kitchen cupboard had build ups of mould in places and needed a clean before use, however after this we had a care free stay. Our room enjoyed a private balcony which looked out on to a lemon grove and the hills around Sorrento. Sorrento Town Suites represents excellent value for money, and is an ideal option for anyone looking to explore the area on a budget.
- Walking distance to Piazza Tasso and Marina Grande
- Free continental breakfast
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
Located in Sorrento City Centre, Sorrento Town Suites is adjacent to Piazza Tasso and within a 15-minute walk of popular sights like Marina Grande. This 6-room bed & breakfast welcomes guests with in-room amenities like kitchenettes, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Sedile Dominova and Sorrento Lift are a short walk away.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast offered each morning.
The 6 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchenettes. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and bidets. Coffee makers and safes are also standard.
At Sorrento Town Suites, guests have access to WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. Transportation is made easy with limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours or tickets, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
77% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 169 reviews