Plaza Hotel

The pool at the Plaza Hotel is pretty special. It’s an infinity-style number that’s set on the rooftop, so you can enjoy views across Sorrento and out towards Mount Vesuvius. By the pool, there’s also a bar, so you’re never far away from your favourite drink.

Inside, the hotel’s interiors team sleek, contemporary design with eco-friendly touches like natural hemp insulation and thermal windows.

Breakfasts are served at the buffet restaurant. For something different, head to the Plaza Cafe, which has a retro feel to it.

Overview of Sorrento

The magical little town of Sorrento provides bags of beaches, lots of shopping and lively nightlife. As the birthplace of limoncello, it’s also a great place to enjoy a tipple as you look out to sea.

Sorrento is perched on the cliffs and has a cafe-lined square just around the corner from the Plaza Hotel. Traditionally Italian in its charm, Sorrento provides holidaymakers with wonderful views of the Bay of Naples. It also has great transport options, so you can explore the wider area. As a result, it’s a great base for any holiday to the Neapolitan Riviera.

Things to do in Sorrento

The Plaza Hotel has an enviable address – it’s located in a quiet side street that’s just a few steps away from Sorrento’s main square, Piazza Tasso. It’s ringed by pavement restaurants, cafes and pastel-coloured buildings.

The hotel’s also a great base for exploring the Amalfi Coast. The bus and train stations are both only 10 minutes away from the hotel, so it’s easy to take day trips to Naples and beyond. If you just fancy a day of relaxing, then the beach is also only a 15-minute walk away.

Sorrento’s been wowing British holidaymakers for decades. It’s the kind of town that will cast a spell over you, and you’ll want to return time and time again.


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.