Hotel Prestige Sorrento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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... the Gardens of Augustus situated towards the top of the Island, from here we could see the Faraglioni rocks rising from the blue Tyrrhenian Sea. Next on the agenda was a chairlift to Monte Solaro for a breathtaking view of the beautiful blue water scattered with boats. We stopped at the cafe for a shandy taking the gorgeous view,lapping up the sunshine until it was time to catch the chairlift back ...
... the company and roving musicians more than made up for a forgettable meal. Rusty was on his phone half the time, managing his explosive case defending one of his clients. He is a staunch defender of any client he takes on, and having been one of those clients in the past (when I ran Identigene), I appreciate his fervor and passion.
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... flat, so there are no photos of Georgio Armani's clifftop beach shack!
After the cruise we took the cable car up to the main village of the island. Lots more shops and restaurants and we all agreed it was time for lunch. We were keen on a relaxing arv back at the hotel, so got the 1.50 jet boat back to Sorrento after descending the few hundred steps to the port and then another few hundred up to the Hotel de la Ville. Time for a rest!
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... of the hotel. The 2.5 hour tour gave us a new impression of the area. It is seemingly an old town which attracts tourists. We discovered that Amalfi was between the 8th and 13th century a booming trading community with Alexandria and Constantinople, 150 ships could be seen tied up to extensive docks which stretched 12 kilometers along the coast. The history of this town is one worth looking into. At times the area was excommunicated from ...
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