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They hold a market on a monday morning so we went for a look around it was just like warrington market really with nothing that exciting so we got on the metro to the next town called Piano. Teenage girls are the same in every country I have decided there was a big gang of them at the station all listening to music on there phones and dancing and …
Got up for breakfast which was amazing well we are 4 star there was fresh fruit, cornflakes and fresh bread with the usual cheese and ham and chocolate spread. Big jugs of juice and water and an amazing coffee machine.
As we knew that we where doing not much today I sneakly made some ham and cheese rolls for lunch to eat by the pool. The …
We are pretty organized for our train trip to Sorrento via Naples. We have scoped out the terminal, know how to locate the platforms and we are on our way. We have packed a lunch (with little drinking boxes of wine). We have cheese and crackers, fruit, and salad. We really look like we know what we are doing. As the train approaches Naples, we get …
In the morning, we made our way to the railway station and caught a local train for Sorrento. On arrival, we headed straight to the accommodation and settled into sun lounges by the pool for the rest of the day. Sunday was the day for exploring the Amalfi Coast. Caught a bus from Sorrento to Positano, a town literally clinging to the side of a …
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Esperidi Resort Sant'Agnello
Having really enjoyed my stay at the Giardiono delle esperidi I was very surprised with the reviews. Yes the chalets are not a five star hotel but for the money they are above average. I would recomend booking a superior chalet with air con. The camp site is quite far out of sorrento but the bus service was fine. Overall the camp site was very clean, the gardens were nice, there is car parking and the chalets are quite private and give you a lot more room than you would get in a hotel room. The pool is lovely but it is a hassel to wear the caps.
Last spring my husband and I tried to book this hotel through their on-line service which was administered by a company called WorldRes. What a nightmare that turned out to be!
The brochure and website say that you don't have to give up on the all the comforts offered by a normal hotel. I beg to differ! The pictures show the only two refurbished bugalows, and the rest are like garden sheds or dog kennels. The standard bungalows are tiny hot houses with no air conditioning and old run-down bathrooms. Not to mention ancient beds.
Having read these reviews after I booked, I was not feeling too comfortable. The reality I found was better than as portrayed on here, but only enough to say the experience was passable.
Will be back next year!
I was very worried when I read the other reviews but luckily, was pleasantly surprised with the place. We had a nice chalet,one of the "superior" ones, set amongst lime trees and it was very clean and tidy.
The staff were friendly and helpful and the pool area lovely- certainly there were rules about the pool & surrounding area, but this just meant that it was quiet and clean all the time.It took us 30 minutes to walk into the centre of Sorrento and the walk was lovely because the scenery was so beautiful (in a couple of places, there were no footpaths and you have to get used to avoiding oncoming scooters!)We will be booking again for next year as it was inexpensive, quiet and enjoyable.
Fully agree with 'The prison camp', just a couple of other points though, upon arrival we discovered a strong smell of gas coming from below our 'shed' and a faulty hob therefore no means of cooking. We demanded that we were moved immediately - which we were, only to treated as if we'd done somthing wrong by one of the many misserable members of staff. All in all don't bother - if you really want to visit Sorrento pay a little more and stay in one of the many central hotels.
Where do I start?? The brochure gives the impression of a site full of luxury appartments, quality Bar/restaurant, pool and large gardens.
Check your booking carefully.
Echoing other comments, make sure you get a bungalow and air conditioning - the huts are like garden sheds and unbearable, hot and grotty. Make sure you confirm in detail the accommodation that you require.
On the plus side, the pool area is great and the staff friendly and helpful. Lots of hidden costs tho' as pool costs E5 per day and the air con E100 per week on top of the cost.
Long walk to Sorrento and transport unreliable. Taxis are extortionate.
You get what you pay for
We found the place to be adequate. In my opinion you get what you pay for. The staff were extremley helpful, the place was clean and tidy, but my one tip would be pay the extra for air conditioning. The bus stops right outside the complex and for 1 euro you can ride into Sorrento. We were there in June and the buses ran every 20 minutes or so. The trains are also good value so getting around is not a problem.
A good reasonably price place to stay.
More like a campground than a hotel
We were suprised by how our chalet resembled a kids camp cabin more than a hotel room. The bed was the worst part of the room. It sunk in about 2 feet in the middle and was as thin as a pancake. The room was also very humid, and the bathroom was mildewy and dirty. Most importantly, it is a 45 minute walk to sorrento city center and the bus does not pick up every 30 min. as claimed. Also, the kitchen consists of a stove in a closet and is not very practical to use. Find somewhere else to stay closer to town.