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The hotel had a really traditional classic style and was immaculately clean. Every member of staff, from the cleaner to the owner, was so warm, friendly and extremely helpful. The staff in the breakfast room were so polite and friendly also, and the breakfast had...More
It's pretty hard to NOT get a view from your room anywhere in Sorrento! It's that type of destination you arrived at. But some places you'll gladly trade off the cramped quarters, no kettle, typical continental breakfast & room tariff for. Queue the lyrics to...More
The owner of the hotel is resident and supported by his family and staff, all of which
are very friendly and helpful.Mr Giuseppe is very pleasant speaks perfect English
and will always try to help with any problems The hotel is spotless.i have read some...More
We have just returned from a perfect week at Settimo Cielo with our 2 year old girl.
The staff made us feel so welcome. Pretty much anything you want or need, they will get to you no problems (within reason!)
The view really was something...More
Settimo Cielo has absolutely gorgeous views and the best staff. Everyone is very friendly and helpful and more than willing to answer any questions about the area and to provide for special requests. It is an older hotel, with 70's decor, but that adds to...More
Most was said above. The walk up is a gentle slope... 15 to 20 minutes from historic center. I had just injured myself and still had an easy time making the walk. The kids, of course, will need to stay on the sidewalk... More
Most was said above. The walk up is a gentle slope... 15 to 20 minutes from historic center. I had just injured myself and still had an easy time making the walk. The kids, of course, will need to stay on the sidewalk... lots of cars and motorcycles. I would use this web site as well as the very friendly hotel staff to look for restaurants... but there are both casual and more expensive about half way up the walk to the hotel. Public transport is simple... this town thrives on tourism. I will say, it's a long and steep walk down to the ferry, but there's a bus in the center of town (at the round-about) that goes right down to the ferry. Someone mentioned a grocery store nearby... you will likely have a very large balcony and it's also fun to eat out there.