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A classic and elegant hotel in a commanding clifftop location with a large, panoramic terrace overlooking the bay of Naples. — The Telegraph
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This ornate and very intimate 18th-century villa-hotel was built atop the ruins of a second-century Roman villa. — Star Service
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The 85-room Grand Hotel La Favorita combines gorgeous Renaissance beauty with contemporary comforts and decor. — Oyster
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5 reviews
Perched precariously on the cliffs of Sorrento along the Amalfi Coast, Maison La Minervetta hotel showcases spectacular sea views. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Dating back to 1962, this seaside hotel created by famed Italian architect and designer Gio Ponti is a masterful embodiment of modernist style — Afar Magazine
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Antique furniture, objets and artworks in the hallways and inlaid wood in the lift, this sophisticated, eleven-room hideaway is big on details. — Lonely Planet
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It's hard not to be impressed by the lavishness on display at the Antiche Mura Hotel -- even if it might go a little overboard at times. — Oyster
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One of Sorrento’s most prestigious traditional hotels, with rooms of different sizes that have no great character but provide all the necessary comforts. — Insight Guides
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This grandiose hotel, set dramatically above the Bay of Naples and very convenient to the old town of Sorrento, attracts a tourist set seeking...old-school luxury. — Oyster
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The Aminta is set high on a hillside above the eastern end of Sorrento with outstanding views across the town, the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius. — The Telegraph
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The 341-room Hilton Sorrento Palace is an upscale property with a mix of dated and contemporary units, set a 10-minute walk from Sorrento's center — Oyster
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The Grande Dame of Naples’ hotels has a long and illustrious history, a magnificent setting overlooking the Castel dell’Ovo and a traditional, discreetly luxurious atmosphere. — The Telegraph
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Located high upon a hill surveying the Bay of Naples, well away from the superior cliff-front competition, this budget pick is comprised of the main hotel and a smaller annex. — Star Service
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Unlike the Continental Hotel, this a better bet for adults than families. And it is an excellent pick for cruise ship passengers looking for a layover steeped in regional Campanian flavor. — Star Service
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The Palazzo Jannuzzi Relais is a charming upscale boutique hotel with just 12 rooms on the main plaza in Sorrento. — Oyster
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1 review
Located high above Sant’Agnello, this hotel has superb views, particularly from the swimming pool. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
The 80-room mid-range Hotel Continental is located in the heart of downtown Sorrento and manages to retain Old World Italian charm while providing guests with plenty of modern amenities. — Oyster
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The 10-room Magi House Relais is a quiet and modern mid-range property with a central location in Sorrento — Oyster
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The 142-room Bristol Hotel near the center of Sorrento is a popular choice for events, as well as for groups. — Oyster
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A beautiful old hotel in a quiet suburb of Sorrento. A Jesuit monastery set in lush landscaped gardens. The suites have fabulous views over the Bay of Naples. — DK Eyewitness
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