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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 ...
... to Pompeii we wanted to book our train ticket from Naples to Florence whilst here in Sorrento so that we only have to spend minimal time in Naples (for obvious reasons!) That done we can head off to enjoy the history and sites of the area. Arriving at Pompeii train station we had prepurchased tickets to visit Mt Vesuvius. This was an interesting tour and not what I was expecting. Cattle truck (not really but felt like it) up to the National Park and then transfer to a ...
Wow! I love this. Cabin to myself. ( I paid extra to have a room to myself for the whole trip....best thing ever.) So 2 single beds...case on one, me on the other. We arrived at the boat about 4pm....showed passports, dragged cases onto the boat...we are leaving our bus and grabbing another bus in Greece. Huge boat, by the way. I am going to be in Greece tomorrow! Only time we have to handle our cases ourselves....just as well ...
... EQC and CERA would have multiple heart attacks when looking at this town. We didn't know where to get off to start the trail, but after a number of random stops, we spotted the sign at the start of the walk when the bus was pulling away. By then it was well past 1:30pm by then and thought that if we did start the walk now, we couldn't guarantee that a bus would come past at the other end to pick us up and take us back. So instead of yelling to the driver to stop, we ...
... around the Amalfi coast to the little village of Positano . It has been built into the side of the mountains which run straight down into the sea. It was quite a drive and the scenery spectacular. The walk down to the beach was through tiny laneways lined with shops and galleries. Lots of nice clothes, ceramics and art. I could have shopped and shopped, but I still have a long way to go so I had to say NO! Nice Gelato.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Stabiae Sorrento Coast Castellammare Di Stabia
Great location for exploring other towns
I used my hotel points to book this hotel for free. This made me a little worried because I was concerned that the hotel wouldn't be that great. I was pleasantly surprised to find an extremely modern hotel with spacious guest rooms and bathrooms with jacuzzis. This hotel had awesome little features like an in room stereo system, see through wall into the bathroom, and various lighting schemes. It was extremely clean and the staff was friendly.
The view is nice, but it's over the Bay of Naples. Be warned that Naples is extremely polluted, so there is often a lot of smog in the air. As a tourist with a rental car, this was the perfect hotel to stay at. From this location, it's very easy to explore Naples, Vesuvius, Pompeii, and Sorrento.
We enjoyed a great 3 nights in this hotel. We spent 2 weeks i Italy altogether and after a lot of sightseeing this was a super spot to just switch off and relax. The hotel is really beautiful, of course you have to be a fan of contemporary design but even if you aren't the scenery is spectacular! The bar is so lovely at dusk in particlular, the sunset and vesuvius as a backdrop- what more could you ask for. The staff were exceptional so I have to disagree with previous reviews in that regard. Particularly in the bar and the restaurant. theye couldn't have been more polite, friendly, and helpful. We did not miss the car and made the most of the shuttle bus. We ate in the restaurant 2 nights which was nice but definitely overpriced by Italian standards as were drinks (This was the only down side). If you stay here be prepared to just relax. I would definitely recommend it as a place to stay at the end of a holiday. A final tip, although it doesn't look like it during the day, the nearby Restaurant Bikini is just gorgeous with great food and lovely romantic candlelit tables on an outdoor balcony- Highly recommended and much more reasonable than the hotel!
Excellent hotel - though very empty for august.
Restaurant food v/good
Bar meals very poor-staff polite but slow
( Should train the staff at rome crowne plaza-st peters )
Too far out from sorrento without transport - last courtesy bus back is 16.30
Local taxis were excellent but sorrento taxis very expensive complete with attitude.
I just recently stayed in this hotel with my wife and agree with most other positive reviews.
The hotel is newly opened (2004) when we visited in May 2005 a former cement factory nowvery modern and welcoming hotel. The staff were consistently helpful, friendly and eager to please. The rooms delightful with good view of Bay of Naples and Vesuvius. The downside was the lack of facilities such as well stocked poolside bar/cafe or a hotel shop. As Sorrento town centre was 30 minutes away with access by car/taxi it could become a problem when wanting to make minor purchases. There was a free shuttle service 5 times each day - but with the final return one at 7.25pm - taxis had to be used if dining out in Sorrento. The problem withh this was the exorbitant price of a taxi - 50/60 euros one way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In addition - although car hire was possible - it needs a very confident and experienced driver to face the manic driving of hundreds of scooter riders in the area!!!
Just returned from 3 days at this hotel. It's a few miles out of Castellamare di Stabia on the way to Sorrento.
The Crowne Plaza in Castellammare Di Stabia is a VERY nice and modern hotel in the Sorrento Coast. It was built in the site of an old factory. Almost all rooms have fabulous views of the Napoli Bay. The rooms are very comfortable and the staff very nice. It is a recommended choice to have as a base to travel around the Amalfi peninsula.
Like the prior reviewers, we spent our week at this lovely hotel during the "off season." The setting -- overlooking the Bay of Naples and Mount Versuvius -- is spectacular, as is the hotel which is a renovated cement factory.
We had a wonderful stay at this hotel. 5 star all the way. Especially enjoyed the spa facilities and the available treatments. Staff are very friendly. There is a bus stop in front of the hotel. We had a car which made our stay more enjoyable because of the way out location of the hotel.
Food is good and very friendly service. No other restaurants within walking distance.
The outdoor facilities were not open yet but look inviting for summer guests. The hotel really does look out onto the bay of Napels and mount Vesuvius rises majestically in the middle.
Just returned from 5 days at this superb hotel. The staff upon arrival were very efficient and within minutes we were shown to our rooms. One overlooked the sea (and Vesuvius) directly and the other a side view; but both were beautifully furnished, and included all conveniences, e.g. separate bath/shower, tea/coffee making facilities, mini-bar, very comfortable beds, twice-daily maid service, etc.