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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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.
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 friendly staff
We picked Hotel Belair from TripAdvisor as we hadn't been to Sorrento before, but turned out to be a great hotel, with genuinely spectacular views, and super friendly staff. It's a short walk into town with many cafes and restaurants. The hotel team recommended and booked our tours for us with pick up at the hotel. Highly recommended, and we will stay again.More
Warwick M, 255100
Tui organised one week holiday.
Overall this was an excellent location for our holiday. The views are absolutely spectacular. The staff and cleanliness were excellent. Special mention must be made of Rossano the cocktail waiter, Michel the head waiter and Stephano the pool attendant. We were half board and the food was first class. Breakfast choice was extensive and there were always fresh croissants and an extensive choice of fresh juices. The evening meal was four course with a regional theme, and beautifully cooked.The walk into Sorrento is 15-20 minutes and enjoyable. I cannot understand the critical reviews. It is a quiet hotel out of the centre so any cursory use of google maps will tell you this. Despite this although many of the the guests were in their 50's and 60's there were young groups and couples as well. The pool area is spotless and certainly not tired. Sorrento is a beautiful but busy town. The noise of Vestas and Lambrettas is inevitable but Hotel Bel Air is on the bay side and below the road. Therefore out the back of the hotel for example at the pool area there is noise, but this is inevitable. However within the hotel it is absolutely quiet and to sit outside for meals with the views of this hotel is an unbelievable experience. The criticisms seem to be based on people who chose a hotel which did not suit their needs and that is not the hotel's fault. Moreover as I stated earlier it was spotless,traditional yes but not dated. Bravo staff of Bel Air.More
David P, 191276
An Excellent Hotel with Stunning Views of the Gulf of Naples
My wife and I went on a 25th Wedding Anniversary to Italy. We stayed at the Belair Hotel in Sorrento. We very much enjoyed the hotel. Knowing it was our 25th anniversary, the hotel gave us Room 121 - one of the best rooms with a view at the hotel. Grazie! The facilities are excellent if with somewhat of a dated look in some areas, but the place is always very clean and the staff are very friendly. Shoutout to Stefano, a sort of Jack of All Trades pool and bar attendant. The pool is quite good, but I would recommend to spend a day at one of the beach clubs in the Marina Grande. We really liked Delfino. Excellent restaurant there too.More
This was my 3rd time staying at hotel belair. I don't think you will find a better view anywhere else. Nestled in the cliffs ...you look out from your window and see paradise! The rooms are a bit outdated..but the staff and location make up for it. Conveniently located about a 15 minute walk from town...its easy to walk back and forth to different restaurants and shops. Breakfast is included which is a nice plus...the pool is also wonderful More
Amazing views and very friendly, helpful staff
I stayed here with friends for a trip for my birthday. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Rooms are ok, relatively basic but a very good size and all have the most amazing view of the bay of Naples. The hotel is styled in a traditional Italian style which was lovely. The hotel is in a very good location if you don't mind a little bit of a walk - it is about 10-15 mins walk from the main town and, as a result, nice and quiet in the evenings. The drinks in the bar seemed no more expensive than elsewhere which I find is often not the case so that is definitely a plus point when you want to sit and admire the view. The only thing I found disappointing (which is by no means a fault of the hotel) is that by about 4.00 p.m. the sun has completely gone from the pool area (or at least in September). I am not a big sunbather or one to sit by a pool all day but do like to come back to the hotel after sightseeing to relax by a pool for a short while. I guess we could have sat by the pool for an hour in the morning and then gone out if we really wanted to.More
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