Hotel Prestige Sorrento
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Prestige Sorrento
Service, facilities and amenities were all outstanding. It is quite a ride (20 minutes) up to the hotel and the shuttle service is time-restricted, but the quality of the staff and the views and the peace and quiet made it well worthwhile. The dining "room" is several km's down the road by shuttle, but the homey service and food quality were great!
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... were saying, but we don’t really enjoy sightseeing in such large groups. We will definitely need to return one day with a personal guide.
Once we left Pompeii we called Luciano and he returned to pick us up and continue our journey to Sorrento. Luciano made a point of stopping at various spots along to way to show us the amazing coastline and views of Sorrento. ...
... Marina Grande and board our boat. The guide took us past various Roman ruins, grottos and rock formations that resembled faces. We grabbed a snack in Positano then hopped a shuttle home for the evening. Tonight we utilized out free dinner at the hotel complete with appetizers, soup for me, fresh sea bass for Matt and an amazing lemon tart for dessert. Tomorrow we head back to Rome for 1 more night! ...
... Oh, and the food is first class, I have the home grown rabbit ( bellisimo) and H has the Ravioli lobster and won't share. The restaurant is wonderfully decorated, has an extensive wine cellar and of course, outstanding views. We chat with a couple from Townsville on the table next to us and it is great to hear an Aussie accent again. Patrick drops us back up the hill when we are ready and we walk our stairs under a string of little lights to show the way in the dark. What a great ...
... kitchen that was to close at 9pm, stayed open for us and another late arriving couple, and once again the food was beautiful and very well priced.
The next day the kids and I set out to walk the short distance to the Pompei ruins. ( Allan stayed at the hotel as the walking along the steep bumpy roads of old Pompei would have proved too difficult for him.) We had a wonderful time at the ruins despite getting hot and dusty (lots of volcanic ash ...
... in one case give water to their pug.
As we were wondering though the amazing site on our to find the coliseum we saw quite a bit of work sites set up. I guess only within the past five years or so have they opened it up and allowed Universities to have student come in and help explore Pompeii.
We walked though what we thought was one of the areas where students were working only to find a gorgeously wooded walkway. There were half logs ...