Grand Hotel Hermitage

At the Grand Hotel Hermitage, you get standout views over the Bay of Naples. The hotel oozes old-world charm thanks to its whitewashed walls and the gardens that are bursting with fruit trees. Inside, rooms are colourful, with tiled floors and antique furniture. Some also come with a sea view.

The pool looks out over the bay and there’s a kids’ pool attached. The sundeck is packed with loungers so you can enjoy the views while you work on your tan.

The name of the hotel’s restaurant translates as ‘room of dreams’ – and thanks to the high-end cuisine and beautiful bay views, it’s hard to disagree.

Overview of Sorrento

If you’re looking for a quiet, sun-filled location that’s full of culture for your holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera, then Sorrento’s the perfect spot.

Hotels like the Grand Hotel Hermitage overlook the picturesque bay, making the most of the views the town is famous for. From Sorrento’s hillside, you can see Mount Vesuvius, which is great for a day trip.

Previously an incredibly popular holiday destination with rich Romans, the town’s just as upmarket today. On the cobbled streets, expect to come across designer boutiques, luxurious cocktail bars and beautiful restaurants.

Things to do in Sorrento

The Grand Hotel Hermitage is nestled high on a hillside. The hotel puts on a free shuttle to Sorrento, but if you’re looking closer to home, Sant’Agata is only a 10-minute walk away.

In Sorrento, most tourists head to Piazza Tasso. In this picture-perfect square, there are grand old buildings and bustling cafes. After stopping for a coffee, wander through the old town to uncover Sorrento’s past. You’ll uncover museums and galleries on almost every street.

If you meander downhill, you’ll reach Marina Grande. Family-run restaurants overlook the boat-filled bay, and you can enjoy an exquisite meal looking out to sea.

A magical town that makes the most of its surroundings, Sorrento’s a beautiful destination where a camera’s an absolute essential!

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.