Mediterraneo

Crawford, 85, Sant'Agnello, Campania, 80065, Italy
#13 of 237 hotels in Sorrento
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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October Family Break

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 9, 2006

Had a Suite for four of us for 02 nights (essentially two double bedrooms with no lounge) on the hotel front overlooking Sorrento Bay and Versuvius. Wonderful views and hotel was reasonable value for money. We were on a B&B basis but most residents seem to be middle-aged plus Brits all staying on half board. Standard of rooms was ok, good three star UK standard and they were clean. Bar and private pool service was excellent as was the very useful fact that the hotel had on-site car-parking, very useful in the narrow streets of Sorrento! Views from the small Balconies were stupendous...Breakfast was good although dinner was definitely 70's and tuned to the English pensioner palate!! There is a great family restaurant virtually opposite the hotel and I would recommend that one instead.
Downside:
Was some noise on the Thurs eve as all the local teenagers seemed to congregate outside the front of the hotel. Hotel advertises it has a PRIVATE BEACH but this is not the case. They have an agreement with the individual who 'own;s that stretch of beach and he wouldn;t let us on in Oct. which was v annoying as half the reason we went to the hotel in the first place!!

Overall though a pleasant stay although not for twenty-somethings I would suggest!!

Travel in and out of Sorrento by car is very busy at rush hours with long queues so be prepared for some delays...

Unique Quality: Views
Lovely private pool - not heated
Private beach SUMMER ONLY!!
On site Car-parking
Very limited Balcony for Breakfast...three tables for 02 pax!!

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Mediterraneo

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 26, 2005

Hotel Mediterraneo is located in Sant'Agnello di Sorrento, a 15/20 min. (flat) walk to downtown Sorrento. The location is lovely: high on a cliff overlooking the Bay of Sorrento. The hotel is at the border of the sea ... well, at about 140 steps! BUT there's an elevator in the hotel that brings you right on the (black sandy) small beach.

The hotel has rooms overlooking the Bay. These rooms are facing the street and during the day there is quite some traffic. That's why we chose to have a room facing the pool/garden.

The staff is very professional and extremely helpful.

The hotel restaurant 'Vesuvio' is located on the top floor and has a magnificent panoramic view on the Bay. It has also a small terrace where guests can have their breakfast in the morning. Lovely!

Unique Quality: The hotel has recently been refurbished. It has all modern amenities like double glazed windows, sat-TV, direct dial phone, minisafe, minibar, A/C, ... The Mediterraneo being an old building the walls are thin. In case you're a bad sleeper, bring ear plugs!

The rooms as well as the bar, salon and restaurant are nicely decorated, in light blue and off-white/beige. Even the china is off-white with light blue!

The garden is a great place to relax, either by the pool or on the lovely garden terrace amidst the lemon/orange trees or under the palmtrees. Here's where you can have a drink or enjoy lunch (their home made pizza, baked in an authentic wood oven is to die for!). On some nights there's live Napolitan music in the garden.

Food:
Breakfast is buffet style with a variety of rolls, bread and pastry. Furthermore fresh fruit, yoghurt, cereals, cheese & cold meats, eggs, bacon, ...
Dinner is served at the table with a daily changing menu (to choose from 5 starters, 5 mains and 5 desserts). The food was of excellent quality. The restaurant has also an extensive wine list.

Directions: Coming from Naples, Sant Agnello is the 3rd district of Sorrento (after Meta di Sorrento and Piano di Sorrento)

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Two weeks in Sorrento

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 17, 2004

We stayed in the Mediterraneo in September 2000; a superb hotel, just 1.5km out of the town centre in S'Agnello. Great pool with bar/lunch service. Dining room on 5th floor overlooked the Bay of Naples. Waiter service/buffet. Our room overlooked the pool and the hills behind Sorrento. Staff helpful and courteous. Half hour walk into Sorrento or 5 minutes on the bus which stops outside hotel. Train station nearby for trips to Pompeii and Naples. Other trips easily arranged to Capri or Amalfi coast (diy or tour)
Biggest mistake was the Rome trip as coach journey was 4 hours +, barely enough time to visit the Sistine chapel, before the 4 hour trip back. Sorrento and hotel highly recommended.

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Amenities at Mediterraneo

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Service
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Shuttle Service
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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