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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 ...
... uncovered and excavated. Today has been a big day and after wandering around for a solid couple of hours, we were both ready for home. We caught the train back to Sorrento. From the local supermarket we purchased some Presecco (Italian Sparkling WIne) and some nibbles before heading back to our hotel for pre dinner drinks. We again enjoyed dinner at our hotel but promised ourselves we would venture into Sorrento for dinner on our last night. This has been a most enjoyable ...
... on to the colosseum, went inside and looked around and then walked through the ancient city. It was incredible to see such ancient buildings and ruins and imagine people living there 2000 years ago. I was so glad we made the most of our short time in Rome and were able to see so much of the city. It is a huge city with so many wide streets and the most amazing Roman architecture, sculptures and ...
It was lovely to see everyone and catch up with all the news and it wasn’t long before we were admiring our first sight of the Amalfi coast and arriving at our little Hotel. After quickly unpacking and changing into our swimming costumes, etc. we walked to meet Lisa, Olly and Poppy at our local beach. “ There’s only a slight slope down to the beach,” said Lisa as Geoff and I looked at each ...
... br> 7kms out and there is more debris, piles of rubbish on the roads. The traffic is a nightmare as two lanes of traffic are trying to sqeeze through past a burnt out car and use one lane. No one wants to let the oncoming traffic have a turn so it’s just constant beeping.
6 kms to destination and there is burnt out rubbish in the middle of the roads and shards of glass litter the streets. When we were in Dubrovnik we were warned by an old English ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Porto Salvo Sant'Agnello
I stayed for one week at the end of March, and apart from having terribly bad luck with the weather (which is definitely not the hotel's fault), I had a wonderful time.
I have just stayed this charming hotel and spent great holiday in Sorrento! Lovely spacius room with sea view, room are decorated lovely asian style. Stuff were very helpful, recomended us where to visit, what to do etc... Delicius breakfast in the morning. We will surely come back to stay with them!!!!!
Nice spacious room, very friendly staff and good breakfast. Room was quite noisy.
My wife and I recently had a lovely one-week stay at the Domus Porto Salvo.
Value for money
Overall this was a quite nice place to stay. The rooms were simple but spacious, quiet and clean. The breakfast was very good, actually better than in many hotels.
The only negative thing was that we got a shared bathroom for the part of our stay instead of booked private bathroom. So we had change room during our stay (we got only a very small money compensation because of that).
We booked Porto Salvo as a sightseeing stop off on our way to a week on the nearby island of Ischia. This pretty former convent in Sant' Agnello provides a peaceful alternative to the packed tourist destination of nearby Sorrento. The rooms are clean, quiet and understated with a sea view if requested as the hotel is just one road away from the sea front. The staff are friendly and helpful, and mostly speak English (although we did our best to attempt some Italian!). There's free internet access and a great selection for breakfast from Italian-style pastries to bread and cheese or muesli and yoghurt.
This was a nice place to stay with clean spacious rooms and small but well equipped bathroom. We had a glimpse of the ocean from our room which is one building back from the shore front. The staff are very pleasant and the internet access free - always a bonus. The breakfast was also better than most offered in 3 star hotels. The location is very quiet but a fair distance from the heart of Sorrento and you need to bus it in. There are some nice cheap restaurants in the vicinity. Ver pleasant stay and great value for money.
My husband and I love Porto Salvo. We used it as a base to go to Pompei, Napoli, Capri and Positano. It's close to the train station ( about 10 minutes walk) where you can take the train to go to Pompei and Napoli. The SITA bus stop is right by the train station. It takes longer to walk to Sorrento downtown (about 20-30 minutes.) But there is a bus stop around the corner of the hotel takes you to the town if you don't feel like walking.
Clean, vast, spacious and groovey
This place was deserted when we stayed! A bit like the hotel from the Shining! However, we still enjoyed it. It was very quiet and the weather was miserable (it was November). The room was lovely though, with funky decor and a great sea view.
In terms of location, St Agnello isn't the best place in the world and its a fair walk to Sorrento. Better to hire a care if you want to get about to bars, restaurants and shops etc.
Breakfast was pleasant with fresh pastries, coffee, ham and cheese etc. The normal continental affair.
If you want a budget room in a great environment with plenty of space then this is for you. I imagine in the summer the place is amazing! Ignore the b&b references this place is more like a mini hotel.
This was a great find for us. Very reasonalble price, great service, good location, fine breakfast, great views of Bay of Naples. Converted abbey - nicely appointed. Yes, stay here.