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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Food & Drink
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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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Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These sea-view twin 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.
Superior Twin Room with Sea View and Large Balcony
These superior sea-view twin rooms have an air of grandeur to them. Features here include 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.
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Fantastic Hotel -- great views, rooms, and friendly staff
We loved the hotel -- the room was very spacious, clean and an amazing view. The hotel wasn't in the middle of town, but a nice walk to get got you into the middle of Sorrento. Nice welcome drink delivered to our room upon arrival. There's a walking path (lots of steps) to get down to the beach. Only issue we had was a problem with wi-fi while at the hotel.More
Ambience Like No Other
I stayed here for 2 nights with my husband and two kids (7 and 9 years) for our holiday to Sorrento. The service was impeccable, the view out of this world, and rooms were comfy enough but oh my goodness, when we heard their resident pianist / singer in the lounge on Sunday evening (we hear he only plays on weekends), it was pure joy. On a clear starry night with the cool sea breeze and his enchanting renditions of operas and favorite classics, I dare you not to fall in love with this place 😉More
Yu Lin L,
Went here for my Mum's 70th last week. Had a glorious time and the amazing staff helped me execute a complex plan. We can debate whether or not the hotel is in need of a makeover and from what I could gather this is probably going to happen at the end of this Season. However you can't question the cleanliness, the view, the food and the service. We were treated like kings by all and sundry. Well done the staff and management of the Belair, another outstanding visit, thank you.More
Junior suites need to be standardised
We stayed at the belair hotel between 2nd - 16th of June. When we were allocated our room we were disappointed at the small balcony, considering the mouth watering price tag. Also there is a soundproofing problem with chairs being scraped along the floors till after midnight. This problem was rectified when we were allocated what we consider to be a proper Junior suite on the 3rd floor, but by then we had just under 4 days left of our holiday. On Sunday 4th June we had dinner in the restaurant for the first time. The head waiter asked for our room number and bluntly told us that we were Bed & Breakfast. When we protested that we were Half Board he abruptly told us he would have to check. We felt insulted and shortly after the first course arrived we decided to leave, and swapped all our remaining dinners for lunches. As we had no further contact with the head waiter we managed to avoid and further friction, but this was entirely due to our action. At no time were we offered an apology. I would like to stress that I do not blame the rest of the waiting staff for the shortcomings of one employee.More
We stayed at Hotel Belair as part of our honeymoon trip around the Amalfi Coast. Whilst the hotel itself is lovely (the restaurant area is beautiful) and the views outstanding, there were are few areas which unfortunately left us disappointed. The rooms were great for what we needed, however, there was zero privacy on our balcony, ( a waist height wall and small bush separating each room.) We were on floor -2 and were woken every morning by people walking past the door, trolley's being wheeled etc. There was no sound proofing, you could hear everything! Housekeeping weren't very consistent, very clean on arrival but we had left some towels in the bath to be replaced, yet they'd hung them back up for us to use the day after. We had seen guests next door with hotel slippers, (that's how private the balconies are), yet we hadn't been given them, and hair conditioner also isn't provided. The pool area is lovely, lots of loungers, great views etc however, I find it ludicrous to be charged for pool towels when paying almost £300 per night. The staff are all wonderful, really friendly and helpful, there are just not enough of them. i.e the bar manager Roseanna was brilliant, yet he was on his own taking orders and making the drinks, which left us waiting 30 minutes to order a drink and then another 20 for it to be made. Same around the pool. This is not their fault, they just need more staff. It is a shame, as with a few small changes, this hotel could be amazing.More
Sophie M, 186338
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