Hotel Belair Sorrento

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Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
Hotel Belair Sorrento, Campania - Italy
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28 October 2021

Belair Hotel in Sorrento looks onto one of the most incredible views of the Sorrento Peninsula. The terraces and balconies of every room offer a view that goes from Mount Vesuvius, the Gulf of Naples and the picturesque Marina Grande sea village.

Even though we are situated in a very peaceful location, it will only take you 10 minutes to walk to the city center and its boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Hotel Belair is the ideal starting point for your trips to the most evocative destinations of the Sorrento Peninsula and the Amalfi Coast.

From the harbour close to Piazza Tasso, the main square of the town, you will be able to catch the ferry to the Isles of Ischia and Capri. From here you will be able to reach Amalfi and Naples. Only 1 km away you will find Stazione Circumvesuviana, the station the trains to Pompeii, Ercolano and Naples leave from.

Don Mariano Suite
Featuring a terrace with views of the Mediterranean Sea, this classic-style room (approx 170sqm including terrace and bathroom) includes free Wi-Fi, an LCD satellite TV and air conditioning. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer. Private open air Jetted tub set in the rock and overlooking the bay of Naples.

Classic Room
Featuring a balcony with views of the Mediterranean Sea, this classic-style room (approx 25sqm including balcony and bathroom) includes free Wi-Fi, an LCD satellite TV and air conditioning. The private bathroom comes with a hairdryer.

Calypso Restaurant
The delightful ingredients from our lands and seas in our Mediterranean cuisine are our pride and joy. The dishes from the Sorrento tradition are creatively revisited and turned into delicate, modern dishes yet retain the characteristic flavours of our land.

Every evening you spend at the Calypso Restaurant you will be able to order simple or refined dishes, classic or vegetarian, all available from our daily or à la carte menu. Dinner is served in the big indoor lounge with a sea view or, if you are feeling romantic, on the open air terrace looking onto the Gulf of Naples.

Snack e Lunch
If you wish to have your lunch at the hotel or have an afternoon snack you can order a light lunch on the open air terrace or enjoy a sandwich at the bar by the pool.

The Restaurant serves breakfast between 7am and 10:00 am and dinner between 7pm and 10pm ./ Lunch is available on the terrace between 12am and 2pm and at the bar till the swimming pool closes.

Swimming Pool & Terrace
How could you imagine anything more extraordinary than a dive into a swimming pool right in front of Sorrento, Mount Vesuvius and the wonderful Gulf of Naples? This is exactly what we will deliver when you swim in the Belair Hotel fresh water pool (13X5m).

The Belair terrace and swimming pool offers a stunningly painted view everyday throughout every season. The Terrace offers a wide solarium, where you can relax submersed in silence by day, and at night the solarium turns into the setting for romantic candlelight dinners.

The surrounding greenery gradually descends into the sea, and the Terrace offers you a cool shelter from the summer heat so you can enjoy this unique view.

Living Sorrento
Sorrentois an extremely beautiful town offering a lively nightlife as well as historical monuments and museums. If you are here for your holidays, we also recommend Naples. Being so close by (only an hour drive away), it is a place where folklore, local traditions and unique historical remnants extraordinarily coexist with a major modern twist.

What you can see in Sorrento
Among the scent of lemons, the fragrance of fruit and flowers, and the crystal clear water wrapping around a dynamic coastline, Sorrento blossoms under the Italian sun.

With its warm and lively colors, its characteristic inner roads and Mount Vesuvius watching over it all from a distance, Sorrento offers so much for so many, especially those with the time to take it all in.

It’s no coincidence that throughout the centuries artists such as Goethe, Dickens, Nietzsche and D’Annunzio chose Sorrento as their destination for their holidays and homes.

The very center of the town is Piazza Tasso, the nearby Corso Italia and the ancient San Cesareo alley, all surrounded by promenades for walking and shopping, restaurants, bars and pubs.

The town center also contains the Dome, dating back to the 15th century, the Valley of the Mills, deriving its name from the mill used in the past for grinding wheat and the Complex of the Convent of San Francesco.

Its 14th century Cloister is among the most ancient monuments in Sorrento and includes architecture styles of different ages as well as remnants of pagan temples. Make sure you don’t miss the Museum of Wood Inlay and the Museum Correale di Terranova.

The former hosts a rich collection of paintings, furniture, and wooden objects carved by inlayer masters of the 19th Century.

The latter museum, within the Correale family Villa, has an archeology section, a paintings section and a porcelain section. On the second floor, there are paintings from the School of Posillipo, formed by Neapolitan and foreign artists.

We also recommend the Pollius Felix Roman Villa, situated at the Cape of Sorrento. This villa dates back to the 1st or 2nd Century A.D. and the size of the property spreads over an approximate 30.000 sqm area. The entire complex is made the most of the beautiful aspects of the surrounding landscape.

For nature lovers, there is a multitude of trekking routes all over the Peninsula where nature is still preserved and flora and fauna are able to be observed in their natural states.

The territory of Massa Lubrense alone offers as much as 22 pedestrian paths among the archeological remains, ancient towers, and stunning views on the sea.

In addition, the Bay of Ieranto in the Punta Campanella Precinct and the famous Path of Gods, which, even though from different perspectives, offer both a magnificent view on the Isle of Capri and should not be overlooked.

What to see in Naples
The city center of Naples, formerly called Parthenope, has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. Here, in such a relatively small territory there is an incredibly high number of castles, royal residences, monumental buildings, historical churches and classical remains that make it a real open air museum.

Walking on foot from the Spanish Quarters to the Quarter of Forcella is called the Spaccanapoli, which means, ‘it cuts the whole city in a straight line.’

This pathway is an artery of very ancient origin and, while walking down it, you’ll get the feeling of being taken by the hand and guided along the millennial history of the city. Nothing could be more genuine or authentic while visiting Napoli than walking through it taking the Spaccanapoli way.

Hiding in the narrow streets of Naples, you will find Sansevero Chapel, a small jewel rich with esoteric and religious symbols. Located inside it, the “Veiled Christ” is one of the most mysterious and fascinating work of art of the city.

It consists of a marble human sized statue representing a dead Jesus, tortured and covered with a transparent marble shroud. It is told the marble veil on Jesus’ body was actually a fabric veil that has been turned into rock by a special liquid that Prince of San Severo, a very famous alchemist, invented.

There also are lots of noteworthy museums, among which the Archeological Museum of Naples, one of the most important museums in the world for the quality and quantity of its materials, such as the findings from the excavation of Pompeii and the Capodimonte Museum, with pieces of work by Botticelli, Goya, Titian and Caravaggio.

Also worth visiting are the Civic Museum hosted by the Maschio Angioino Castle and the San Carlo Theatre, the most ancient opera theatre in Europe.

Excursions
Your stay at the Belair Hotel is the right choice if you plan to visit Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, two of the most fascinating destinations in Italy.

The Belair Hotel staff is always ready to help you organize your customized trips and excursions depending on your needs and desires. Our biggest wish is that you fully enjoy and appreciate our country as much as we do, even if your stay is brief. We are happy to have you.

Capry by boat
Reaching Capri by motorboat is the most romantic and pleasant way of getting to know the island.

Capri will welcome you at the cheerful Marina Grande Harbour and the posh Piazzetta and will offer a magnificent panoramic viewpoint of Punta Tragrara, the Natural Arch, and the impressive Faraglioni standing out against the sea.

Visit Marina Piccola, where according to legend, the mermaids described by Homer lived and go on as far as Anacapri with its authentic lifestyle, where you will find traditional shops, and peaceful landscapes.

Make sure you don’t miss the view from Solaro Mount, only accessible by chair lift, and San Michele Villa, built by the Swedish writer and Doctor Axel Munthe as his own residence. Also not to be missed are the Augustus Gardens, the famous Via Krupp and the remains of Tiberius’ Villa Jovis.

Amalfi Coast
Declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Amalfi Coast is one of the most spectacular coastlines in Europe with its fascinating views, smells, traditions and its art and colours.

Along the coast you will find Amalfi, the ancient Republica Marinara, and Ravello, where natural beauty and precious monuments have enchanted artists and international élites throughout the centuries.

After Amalfi, you will find Positano, set in the rock and leaning on the sea, and finally Maiori, where between a hike and a dive into the sea you will have the chance to enjoy the many tastes of the freshest dishes the area has to offer.

Pompei and Ercolano
Both of these places peacefully sleep under the volcanic ash that covered them in 79 A.D., when Mount Vesuvius erupted.

In Pompeii the excavation work started during the 18th century and gradually uncovered wonderful villas with frescos completely intact, the Lupanare, an amphitheatre and other remains that give you the feeling of being frozen in time.

It is a completely preserved, real Roman city. In addition, Ercolano also offers many sites with historical value, even though Ercolano didn’t have the same reputation for commercial trading of wines and olive oils as Pompeii did in ancient times.

Mount Vesuvius
From Ercolano you can easily reach Mount Vesuvius. One of the most famous and studied volcanoes of the Planet, the still active crater offers a great show and, from the top it, you can enjoy a wonderful view of Mount Vesuvius Park.

The vast, expansive area around the volcano was sectioned off in order to preserve animal and vegetal species as well as the geological peculiarities in the soil.

Naples-Solfatara
The city of Naples offers a huge variety of attractions for tourists: from the National Museum to the Royal Palace, Piazza del Plebiscito and the City Hall Square, from Castel Nuovo to San Carlo Theatre.>>Find moreA popular and beautiful attraction is the Solfatara, in the Pozzuoli area, just north of Naples.

It contains just one of the 40 volcanoes of the Phlegraean Fields and is an active sulfur crater and a naturalistic oasis. Here, you can hike along very unique paths and trails and observe the indigenous plant and animal life.

Walk among fumaroles, mofettes, small mud volcanoes, and forests that host peculiar fauna species that exist in this specific environment and make your trip to Naples complete.

Isle of Ischia
The Isle of Ischia is rich in history, natural resources, art and folklore. It is an island of discovery from dawn to dusk amongst the harbour, with its old taverns along the beach and the pedestrian area, the ancient village, the Aragonese Castle, the magnificent rock formation called “Fungo” situated along the coast, and finally Mount Epomeus, overlooking the entire island.

Excursions
Your stay at the Belair Hotel is the right choice if you plan to visit Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, two of the most fascinating destinations in Italy.

The Belair Hotel staff is always ready to help you organize your customized trips and excursions depending on your needs and desires. Our biggest wish is that you fully enjoy and appreciate our country as much as we do, even if your stay is brief. We are happy to have you.

Salerno-Paestum
The city of Salerno is the second largest in Campania, and just like any other important city it too is rich in monuments and places of interest from a cultural point of view.

It owes much of its fame to the Salerno Medical School, a prestigious and famous university since the beginning of the Middle Ages up to and including today. The whole Salerno city center is considered to be a notable example of medieval urban engineering with the Dome or San Matteo Cathedral at its heart.

Nearby, the town of Paestum, founded by the Greeks around 600 B.C., was originally called Poseidonia, deriving its name from Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, to whom the city was dedicated.

Salerno keeps the city walls and its four temples wonderfully preserved. In the past, the village used to be an important trading and cultural center, due to its strategic position near the mouth of the river Sele in the Gulf of Salerno.

Caserta
Caserta is notoriously known as the “Versailles of Naples” for its wonderful Royal Palace, built by Charles of Borboun in the 18th century.

Even nowadays, it is still considered one of the most lavish in Italy, with its 1,200 rooms full of candelabras, frescos, tapestries and rich furnishings, as well as its wonderful gardens surrounding an elegant and majestic 75-meter waterfall.

Website: www.belair.it
Rooms: 49
Price: from 198 EUR per night
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