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Well, my parents have come and gone, just as the calendar tells me has the halfway point of my time here in Sorrento. How is time moving so quickly? I feel as though I’ve accomplished so much in time here, yet so little at the same time.
I noticed the transition this past week. That shameless American tourist I described myself as in the first week? Well, I would use some different adjectives after two ...
... still running this from the 1500's? Can't remember the dates....
First we visited a church that was rebuilt after an earthquake, but spared in WWII, the second church across the little alley/street was totally gutted by WWII bombs and rebuilt exactly as it was. After this we visited the Cappella Sansevero. We then walked to a restaurant where I had an original margherita pizza cooked in its birthplace! it was very good! ...
... paid and made a run for it. We were seconds late.
Thats just what we needed we were so unhappy and I had a massive headed ache so all I wanted to do was to get into bed. We tired waiting for a bus but it wasn't coming until 11pm so we had 2 hours to wait. We tried waiting but my head ache got worse and worse so I was getting grumpy. Luckily Niomi was there to help once again.
We took a short walk to a near by hotel and got them to ring ...
... us how the different types of lemons, one type that grows as big as your head but is all skin and hardly any flesh, then showed us how they use every piece of the lemon to make something edible. We got to try two different types of limoncello. One was straight and the other was creamy. I preferred the creamy one. The straight one burnt my throat as I sipped it and stung my eyes when the cup was close to my mouth, that's how potent it was!
... down to the bay and a dinner (crab risotto). Second day walked into the town centre and bought original handmade leather bags, one for Kresta and one for me. Then had lunch and walk down to marina. Went on a bus tour on our second day to Pintano, Amalfi and Revolla. Also on this tour went on a boat viewing the Amalfi coast which was spectacular. Had lunch organised 4 13 euro each which included a bottle of their home grown red wine, home made pasta made ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews La Meridiana Sorrento
Short & sweet
Stayed at this hotel for two nights whilst touring southern Italy. Excellent value compared to other hotels in centre of Sorrento (La Meridiana is only a short walk to centre). Room was very clean with a large balcony with lovely views. Reception staff extremely friendly & helpful, gave us all the information we needed for transport to Pompei & Capri.
We spent 2 weeks at La Meridiana in September 2005, a half-board package booked through Portland Direct.
Loved this Hotel
I took my parents who are in their 80's to this hotel in September of this year. Our rooms were very clean and a good size, but what made our holiday special was the lovely staff who made my parents feel very welcome. The food was very plentiful to say the least! and the breakfast was good, the best coffee. I would like to say a special thank you to the lovely Luca for being so kind to us all, especially mum and dad, very important when getting on in years to be made to feel special. Looking forward to going back, Mille Grazie to everyone, we had a lovely time!
1970 Dorm Room Chic
Great location, lovely staff, very helpful and friendly. Don't be discouraged by the institution feel of the rooms, hallways, and common areas. The rooms are well sized and very clean. They have funny rules for towel usage----the breakfast is fine. Walking to a from town, train station and the marina is easy and safe. I would recommend this hotel to anyone not looking for a charming hotel. With all the sights of the area we spent very little time in our room so it was great for us.
Great place to visit!!!
Stayed here in July 05. Allocated on arrival but couldnt fault a thing. No pool but the beach piers are great anyway. Food was always excellent and service outstanding. We arrived from the airport late at night to a very pleasant welcome and some food. Rooms are spacious and exceptionally clean. We really enjoyed our stay at this little hotel, but would recommend it to anyone. We will definet;y go back.
Having recently returned from an unforgetable holiday, together with my wife and close friends,i feel i must give a mention to what we all thought is a very special Hotel. I refer to the La Meridiana in Sorrento which must be in one of the most beautiful areas in Italy.This is a small,homely,very caring and impeccably clean "Holiday Home" in which to spend your holiday.The service from everyone can't be faulted.There are lifts to all floors,best views of Gulf Of Naples and Vesuvius can be seen from the roof terrace.The food is varied,very well prepared and presented further enhanced by a comprehensive bar.There are of course many places to see and visit with breathtaking views,a camera is a must if going to Amalfi,Positano and many other parts of this stunning coastline.
Stayed for a week at the Meridiana. Very friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are kept very clean. Choice of four course dinner menu with enormous helpings, must loose the weight I gained. Great value for money, booked through Portland Direct.
The only downs were some riotous guests in the early hours and traffic noise in the side rooms. This would not put us off going again.
Go there you wont be disappointed.
my wife and i, have been to the hotel la, meridiana in sorrento for the last two years.we cant fault the food which was varied and lots of choice.hotel was very clean and staff were very helpful and friendly.we found resort safe, with plenty to do.we will certainly be going back we loved it.
You cannot fault The La Meridiana, The staff are perfect, the Hotel Maitre'D is the best I have ever encountered, he went out of his way to make freinds with everyone, Luca I am humbled by just having met you. My wife and I were in the Hotel about three years ago and we were spoiled by the staff from the minute we arrived, this was at about 11pm, there could not have been a more warming welcome given by anyone. This is a small family run Hotel and you are made to feel like one of the family at once, in fact I felt so at home I started to wonder when it was my turn to wash the dishes. The food is respectful not fancy, always tasty, well stocked small bar which did please us being Scots,
On March 5th 2004 we arrived in Italy via Naples and decided to take a train to Sorrento. We were promptly "pickpocketed" for all our travelers' checks /cash/credit cards. We were initially devastated and literally wandered upon the Hotel La Meridiana. The staff was very empathetic and assisted us by providing accomodations for four nights (?80/night) which we charged to one of the stolen cards (my wife still had hers) and cleared with the VISA Fraud Team, to be sure that they would be paid. Thank God for AMEX Traveller's Checks too!This is a neat, clean and fairly priced hotel. In spite of our trevails, we were made to feel safe and they directed us to the various points of interest we wanted to visit. Thank you Andrea, Rosebella, Maria and all the others who work there! We will be returning in less than a year (with a money belt this time!!!) GOD BLESS!Bill and Camille Kroll