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Firstly if you’ve a problem with heights this may cause problems as if you’d like to walk into town from the hotel you must go down along a very narrow path that is extremely high with a steep fall, so you have to get the...More
I loved this place. Our large room had balcony with views of the sea and mountains. The pool area - all of outside areas - were beautiful; water was cold, though (October). Staff very helpful in booking tours, giving directions, etc. The food was good...More
Me and my boyfriend had a lovely stay in Sorrento through Topflight in August. We choose the Hotel Metropole as it was within our price range and still within walking distance of the city centre. The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. All in...More
We have just returned from Two weeks in this hotel cutesy of Thomas Cook Holidays. This hotel held a prominent position on the main coast road from the town. Approx 2 k walk all downhill obviously 2 k uphill which was fair to middling. We...More
US$ 85 - US$ 171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in a side sea view room with balcony - room 301. The balcony was small but the view was great. Fridges are only in the superior rooms and this room wasn't a superior room. Having said that it was fine for the week... More
We stayed in a side sea view room with balcony - room 301. The balcony was small but the view was great. Fridges are only in the superior rooms and this room wasn't a superior room. Having said that it was fine for the week but a fridge would have been nice. Closest shop is 10/15 minute walk down the hill.
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"Sea View rooms were a must as you awoke every morning to see Mount Vesuvius STUNNING."