The Hotel Belair is a chic retreat that combines old and new. It’s only 10 minutes’ stroll from the heart of Sorrento, too.
It’s the views that are the real talking point here. Perched on a rocky hillside, the Belair offers widescreen vistas of Naples and Vesuvius. As for location, you’re a 10-minute walk from Sorrento’s centre.
The hotel is a traditional Mediterranean affair, with creamy yellow walls and exposed stone brickwork. Bedrooms feature soft muslin curtains and beds dressed in crisp cotton.
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Waiter service breakfast and dinner with a choice of menu.
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For buffet breakfast and waiter service at dinner with à la carte options head to the restaurant. There's also a weekly gala dinner. Gentlemen must wear long trousers for evening meals.
Open May to October.
The pool bar is the place to make for when you're in need of a cooling drink in the Italian heat.
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double room with sea view and balcony
These sea-view double rooms have an air of grandeur to them. They come with air-conditioning and satellite TV. Plus, there's a balcony offering outside space. These sleep up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
junior suite with sea view and balcony
These spacious sea-view junior suites come with an air of grandeur. There's a lounge, air-conditioning and satellite TV, and a balcony offering outside space. These sleep up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
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Great views and fantastico service!!
Please book yourself a room at this hotel. The view is stunning and that alone is worth the stay. The hotel staff was superb!!! During our stay we had Monica, Francesco, and GianLuca as our front desk staff. They were beyond kind, helpful, and knowledgeable. Even before we arrived at the hotel, GianLuca reached out to see what time we would be arriving and if we needed any transportation set up to help with our travels. We took a speed train from Rome to Naples and asked for a driver to pick us up at the station (at a cost). The driver they sent was professional and a great driver! They bring you a welcome drink when you settle into your room! It was delicious pink grapefruit and lemon spritzer. They also help set up tours for us around Sorrento. They have excursions for Amalfi Coast drive, Pompeii and Vesuvius tour, and a boat tour around Capri. They were also more than empathetic and helpful in cancelling some of our tours bc my husband got sick. Also provided great restaurant recommendations as well!!! Breakfast was included in our stay. Good food. The dining staff was very pleasant and the food was good. If you did not feel like walking the 10-20 mins into the main square of Sorrento, the hotel dinner was delicious. Try to get a room w a balcony. Unfortunately we did not but had a great sea view. The rooms are very very clean. Its a lot of ceramic tiles and gives the place character. They provide you a big bottle of shampoo, body wash and lotion if you are the type not to want to travel w toiletry. Its not noisy at all...quite serene and peaceful with an amazing view!!! My husband and I have agreed to come back and stay here again!!! Honestly a great experience! Ciao!!More
Elegant hotel with a fantastic view of the bay...
We stayed here for 6 nights and really enjoyed it. The staff were really friendly and the ambience reflects a 49 room hotel. It is tastefully decorated with artefacts and paintings on the walls. We stayed in a double room and found that a superior room had a few more more amenities like a kettle which we missed. The gym is small and a bit dated but useable. As all rooms have a sea view, you can gaze out of your window and enjoy the sights across the bay including mount Vesuvius. We found the location really useful for tours; Amalfi Drive and Capri & Anacapri which we booked through goldentours.com. Also worth looking at the friendsofsorrento.com site as this provides useful information and subscribers get 10% discount off Goldentours trips. We took the train to Herculaneum from Sorrento which was quite easy to do and cheap, about an hour each way and then spent a couple of hours visiting the site rather than Pompeii which is much larger. It was well worth the visit. We found several good restaurants including Taverna Sorrentina for inexpensive meal and Bagni Delfino on the water for the best dinner in town. More
What a view!!!
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Belair for three nights in April. What an exquisite hotel. We booked a standard room and got the best standard they have. The room was large and had a beautiful balcony overlooking the Bay of Naples. The dining area was beautiful. The breakfast spread was amazingly delicious and the views while having breakfast even better. We were in awe the entire time we were there. It was rather cool in early April so we couldn't experience the pool, but it looked very nice. The walk to town took about 15 minutes but it was a nice walk. Monica, Gianluca, Franco, Rafaelle and the rest of the staff were wonderful. They will book excursions for you. I highly recommend the Pompeii tour. Excellent. Definitely book the Belair when visiting Sorrento!More
Belair On arrival your drop off will be the hotel car park, there is a lift which takes you down to the hotel, this is located next to the car park. On arrival we found the check in procedure to be very efficient. The receptionist will need to take a copy of your passports. The reception staff were very helpful and polite. There is plenty of space to sit and relax, in the various lounge areas. The hotel has panoramic views of the Sorrento bay. The hotel has an outdoor pool, which looked amazing and towels are provided for pool use. The bedrooms are of a high standard, plenty of storage space and they have everything you could need, TV, hairdryer, mini bar, safe and tea and coffee making facilities. Gym facilities are available, in that there is a running machine, cycle and one multi gym apparatus. The hotel is a credit to the staff working there, the bedrooms and public areas are all very clean and well maintained. Breakfast is buffet style with plenty of choice for all, lots of fruit, cereals, continental style breakfasts and eggs made to order. We opted for the half board basis, you have a fixed menu, (nouvelle cuisine style) to choose from, the selection changes each night. The food could not be faulted. The restaurant staff were polite, professional and attentive. Good selection of wine available, small beer 5 euros, vodka and coke 9.50 euros average prices for Sorrento. The hotel is on a steep hill and the road is very busy, the pavement is quite narrow in places, traffic hurtles past a bit nerve racking at times. The pavement is not suitable for people in wheelchairs in my opinion. There is no hotel shuttle service into the centre of Sorrento. Would definitely stay here again.More
Fantastic Sorrento Hotel
We stayed at The Belair for seven nights from the 3rd April. The hotel is in a wonderful spot on the cliffs looking over Marina Grande and with superb views across the bay to Naples & Vesusvius. The hotel staff were all very friendly and helpful. We were half board and the evening food was always very delicious and varied.. The rooms are spacious and spotlessly clean, with the same views across the Bay of Naples. They are also very quiet, with being below the busy road. Would not hesitate to return or recommend this hotel for a wonderful holiday.More
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