This hotel is tucked away in a small street right in the centre of Sorrento, perhaps 8 minutes flat walk from the Circumvesuviana station (where the Curreri airport bus also stops). It's very close to shops, bars, restaurants and everywhere else so is a much better choice thanthe hotels which are much further out of town and require you to either use their own set-time shuttles or get a taxi.
The hotel is set on a no through road (just a narrow alleyway really) so there is very little traffic noise. But the front of the hotel looks out onto a school/college of some sort and is consequently quite noisy at the beginning (8am) and end of the school day: teenagers are noisy, whether Italian or not! So you might consider earplugs if you do not want an early start to your days.
All the rooms have balconies although those at the back on the first floor, at least have access to a shared patio area instead.
On both of my visits (as a solo traveller) I've had super rooms. Rooms have TV, en suite with ample hot water and good shower pressure, safe, hairdryer, free wifi and (very important when I was there) a functional heating system. No doubt the air-conditioning is equally efficient but I have had no cause to use it.
The whole hotel is floored with blue and white tiles, which makes for a cool and clean appearance (as well as reality). It also makes for a very chilly floor in the winter months, so taking some slippers is a good idea.
Breakfast is simple but fine: fresh rolls, sliced fresh oranges and other fruit, cereal, preserves, toast, juice, tea, reasonable coffee and so on.
There's a guest lounge with free wired internet access on the second floor and the rooftop area is given over to sunloungers, with good views. Staff are courteous, helpful and efficient with good English.
The Mignon is an excellent choice for an out-of-season holiday, and equally good if you are happy to be in the middle of Sorrento during the season.
Unique Quality: From the Circumvesuviana station/ airport bus stop walk along Corso Italia to P.Tasso. Cross the road, walk past Bar Fauno on your left and keep straight on along Corso Italia. Via A Sersale is a small alleyway on your right immediately after the white wall of the cathedrale and just before a group of scarf-and-souvenir shops. The hotel is a few steps further on the right. The whole walk takes 10 minutes max.
There is a small amount of parking outside (about 3 spaces) but you will have to access Via A Sersale from Via Degli Aranci.
Located between Corsa Italia and via Degli Aranci, about 5 minutes walk from Piazza Tasso. Spotlessly clean, with friendly and helpful staff. We had a very large room (12) that looked out over orange trees and to the hills behind and also had French doors onto a patio shared with another room, and which one could also use as a short cut to the reception. We stayed in February and our room was very quiet. However, I did notice that there was a patio belonging to a nearby restaurant in amongst the orange trees and it could be that, in the tourist season, the customers' revelry and general chat might intrude on one's rest. Breakfast was served between 07.30 and 10.30 - lots of fresh fruit, cereal, several types of bread, plus butter, jams and marmalade, tea, coffee. Definitely recommend it. Though breakfast is the only meal supplied, one can order tea and coffee, soft drinks and wine outwith the breakfast hours.
Unique Quality: Nothing particularly outstanding except that it is great value for money in a terrific location. Hairdryers were supplied in bathrooms. Lots of clean towels every day. The various members of staff are extremely helpful. They have a lock-up cupboard where one can leave baggage after check-out.
Directions: From train station go left into Corsa Italia, through Pizza Tasso. via Sersale is a very small street on left just after Cathedral. You can also access the via Sersale from via degli Aranci, also from the station.
I need a recommendation for a place to stay for two days in November in the Sorrento area. It is for a young couple on their honeymoon. Something nice but not too expensive.
We stayed at the Hotel Mignon Meuble in Sorrento, which we loved. Very reasonable (we booked through booking.com) and centrally located. We had a great big ensuite room which overlooked an orange grove. Very friendly and helpful people, good breakfasts. However, not sure if it would fit the honeymoon criteria.
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Address: Via Sersale 9, Sorrento, Campania, 80067, Italy