Astoria Hotel

The Astoria Hotel is a comfortable base for exploring Sorrento. The hotel’s architecture is classically Italian, with arched entranceways and Juliet balconies. Inside, the rooms are bright with shades of lemon and spearmint.

The hotel doesn’t have a pool, but you’re welcome to use the pool at the sister hotel throughout your stay. It’s just a 10-minute walk away through the winding streets.

The restaurant serves big buffet breakfasts and you can take your food out onto the pretty courtyard garden and dine al fresco. There isn’t dinner service, but there are hundreds of restaurants on your doorstep.

Overview of Sorrento

Sorrento is a great base for a holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera. With cobblestone streets and picture-perfect views of Mount Vesuvius, Sorrento is a seaside town that opens its heart to visitors.

The chic setting of Sorrento comes with plenty of Italian charm. Pavement cafes line the streets in Sorrento’s old town and you’ll never struggle to grab a chilled drink or a fresh slice of pizza.

Down on the front, impressive bathing platforms sit beneath the cliffs and you can cool off in the sea by the rocky shores. As Sorrento is in the heart of the Neapolitan Riviera, it’s also easy to reach the beautiful Positano and Amalfi from the Astoria Hotel.

Things to do in Sorrento

The Astoria Hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from Sorrento’s main square, Piazza Tasso, which is known for its top-notch restaurants and cafes.

When you want to explore more of the Neapolitan Riviera, the hotel is only a 15-minute walk where you can catch a ferry to the islands of Ischia and Capri. It’s also minutes from the station, where trains zip to Naples and Pompeii.

Sorrento’s very hilly, but public transport makes it easy to explore on foot. When you want to escape the heat, you’re never more than a few streets from a museum or gallery.

With wonderful views, clear waters and classic architecture, holidays to Sorrento are incredibly dreamy.


Resort Summary

Situated in the Bay of Naples and overlooking the sea, Sorrento is the kind of town that casts its spell over visitors. The climate is fantastic, with visitors flocking to this idyll from the months of May to October, though even in winter temperatures remain pleasant at around 13°C meaning cheap holidays to Sorrento won’t leave you out in the cold.

With views stretching out across the bay to Naples and Mount Vesuvius, the town’s location is stunning. Sorrento has so much to offer for families as well as adults, with picturesque beaches and marinas. A walk among the lemon groves will refresh your spirits, after all, this is where the famous limoncello drink originated.