Britannia Hotel

Near the centre of Sorrento, the Britannia Hotel is beautfully renovated and provides splendid views over the Bay of Naples. To make the most of it, head to the roof terrace where you can lounge in the whirlpool and soak up the view.

It’s the location that really makes the Britannia Hotel stand out from the crowd. It’s popular with people heading on holidays to the Neapolitan Riviera because it’s only 20 minutes from the centre of Sorrento, with a bus stop right outside. It’s also within easy reach of Pompeii and Capri for day trips.

At the hotel itself, the rooms are bright and airy. You’ll also have your own balcony where you can take in the stunning panoramic scenery.

Overview of Sorrento

This picturesque coastal town opens up a beautiful slice of rustic Italy. It’s no wonder Sorrento has been a British favourite for decades, with many families returning year after year to enjoy the splendid views and classic architecture.

The Britannia Hotel is close to the magical town centre. It’s family friendly and a shopper’s delight. And as the birthplace of limoncello, Sorrento is perfect as a spot to sit back, relax and enjoy a drink while soaking up the views.

Things to do in Sorrento

From picturesque marinas to gorgeous beaches, you’ll find lots to see and explore in Sorrento.

Along the seafront, you’ll discover beautiful beaches, Marina Grande and a number of hidden coves to explore. However, away from here, you’ll also find lemon groves that you can wander through and refresh your senses.

Alternatively, stick around the town itself and admire the stunning architecture, an eclectic mix of classical styles. The town is hilly, but there are plenty of bars and restaurants where you can take a break. There’s also a comprehensive bus network if you’d rather take the weight off your feet.

The perfect base to explore the Neapolitan Riviera, the Britannia Hotel is a firm favourite in our listings. After a stay here, you’ll find it’s a favourite of yours, too.

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.