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Live Blog Another 20 minutes drive around the hair rasing coastal road and brings us for the next 3 nights Sorrento. A 10 minute (apparantly) walk up some very steep steps from the centre of town brings us to the Hotel Belair With posh delux front of hotel rooms with Balcony's overlooking Sorrento down below us and the harbour we will be looking …
After the anxiety packed car ride from Rome to Sorrento, I was ready to relax, and this was just the place! The entire drive down was actually quite beautiful, but the cliffs were a bit freaky. When we drove up to our hotel, we were actually parked on top and had to ride an elevator down. Our room was great and spacious, and best of all, we had a …
We began the day with breakfast on this great balcony at the hotel overlooking the bay and marina. This seagull had been cruising our spot waiting for us to leave and put a piece of cake/bread on a fork and the thing came right up and hovered in front of us and ate off the fork. We missed the photo but it was really cool to see. We strolled around …
Well Tami and I were a bit late to meet the Petersons this morning - just a couple hours or so - not much. This was our day to quickly get down to Sorrento for the second stage of the vacation. We had a bit of difficulty navigating the train station but luckily some gypsy boy helped us with the machine for a euro. (I think he was from the same …
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 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
We loved this place! However, the walk into town was a bit dangerous. We loved the breakfast and balconies overlooking the Mediterranean!
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Stayed here in August for 3 nights. After a lot of hassle with the car rental company when we arrived (in the airport at Rome) we had a long drive down to Sorrento late at night. We reached the Belair after 1am, tired and grumpy, but were very pleasantly surprised when we opened the balcony doors and saw the beautiful view over the Bay of Naples.
This hotel has spectacular views towards Naples and Mount Vesuvius, but does not have to rely on these as its main selling point.
My wife and I stayed at the Hotel Belair for 4 nights in Sept 05.
We stayed at the Belair by default - we had booked the Bristol Hotel but a week before leaving were told they were overbooked and had to transfer our reservation to their sister hotel, the Belair. What luck for us as the Belair is absolutely beautiful.
Saved by the Belair
Was on my honeymoon and we booked Settimo Cielo next door. Well we went to our room and it was a dump. We were miserable and we decided we had to find another place to stay. Directly next door was the Belair. Lucky for us they had one double available for slghtly more than S.C. The room was a 5 star compared to the dump we were in. The room was decent size, a little balcony over the pool and looking out accross the bay. A short walk down the hill to town. Also don't miss Le Fenice a good and reasonably priced restaurant.
We stayed here for our honeymoon back in July of 2004 and can't think of a nicer place to have spent it.
An absolute dream
My friend Penny and I stayed here for three nights in 1999. We had a junior suite and couldn't believe our eyes when we entered. We were on the 3rd floor overlooking the pool and the Bay of Naples - incredible view. We spent a lot of time out on our balcony. I had driven down from Tuscany and was so glad to be in a hotel within easy walking distance of town. We took the tours to Pompeii and Capri - both first-class. I will never forget sitting out on the balcony outside the dining room one night after dinner - with a full moon shining over the Bay of Naples! Everything that Italy should be and is.
The best location in Sorrento in terms of views, only challenged by the Bristol and a handful of others along the Via Del Capo - but the Bel Air has the advantage of being on the "sea" side of the road, so the rooms have unobstructed bay views and total peace and quiet. Quiet, civilised, and absolutely delightful - not for your party animals.
Stayed at the Hotel Belair for the first week of our honeymoon. The hotel clings to the cliff above Sorrento, and so offers unsurpassed views of the bay of Naples, Vesuvius and Sorrento itself.
Superb, small hotel, fine food ,friendly staff, stunning views across bay towards Vesuvius. Smallish pool loses sun late afternoon