The Hotel Continental combines a setting in the heart of Sorrento with panoramic views.
The Hotel Continental is set just behind the cliff edge in the centre of Sorrento, overlooking the Bay of Naples and, in the distance, the brooding slopes of Mount Vesuvius.
The hotel really makes the most of the views. In the lobby – where marble floors and chandeliers create a classically Italian feel – floor-to-ceiling windows open up views of Mount Vesuvius. This hotel is part of the Simply Travel range until April 2017.
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
English buffet breakfast.
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Buffet dining room
English buffet breakfast is on offer here.
The comfortable lounge bar is a great place to enjoy an evening drink.
There's a large pool next to the small garden and snack bar with a surrounding sun terrace with deck chairs and sunbeds. It's open from April to October.
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twin room with balcony
These twin rooms come with a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. There’s Wi-Fi. And air-conditioning is available from 15th June to 15th September.
twin room with sea view and balcony
These twin rooms come with a Wi-Fi. Outside there’s a sea-view and balcony for that extra bit of space. And air-conditioning is available from 15th June to 15th September.
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Beautiful hotel in perfect location
Beautifully decorated hotel. From the moment you walk in the staff make you feel very welcome. Nice room & good size bathroom with patio to enjoy your wine. Breakfast choices were extensive catering for all apetites including a gluten free section. Swimming pool area with plenty of sun beds & every afternoon a trolley is wheeled out & complimentary snow cones handed out, nice little touch to cool you down. Great location about 5mins walk to port for ferry to Capri & great restaurants within a couple of mins walk.Would definately return to this hotel & thoroughly recommend to anyone going to Sorrento.More
We stayed here for the last few days of our honeymoon in Sorrento. Really lovely hotel and very friendly staff. We were upgraded to the biggest suite in the hotel which was amazing. The balcony and views were unbelievable. The staff at breakfast were lovely and really good fun.More
Wonderful staff makes up for mediocre accommodations
This was a trip back in September 2016 and we stayed at the Hotel Continental for 4 nights. The highlights: - Location: Easily the BEST part of the hotel. It's quietly tucked away from the hustle and bustle, yet close enough to walk comfortably to stroll around town. Easily walkable to the elevator down to the ferry dock (or take the stairs) to get to Capri. Was attending a conference at the Hilton which is way too far from everything else. - The front desk and service staff was superb. Friendly, helpful, attentive and not overbearing. I had actually left an item behind and the staff was kind enough to locate it and scan the document and email to me AND mail the hardcopy. Cannot say how impressed I was. - The breakfast spread is HUGE and tasty. European style (don't expect an omelet station). The lows: - The bed felt like my college dorm mattress. It was plasticky and uncomfortable. - The walls are thin. I could hear the guy in the next room snoring. He may have been a loud snorer, but still... - We chose a classic room with balcony. The views from the balcony are of a school next door. I would wake up to step out onto the balcony and see kids staring into my room. BOTTOM LINE, don't waste your time with the balcony room. If you don't have a sea view, your balcony view is of the school. Overall, was happy with the hotel due to the location and the staff. Save for the few caveats mentioned above, we had a great time at the Hotel Continental.More
Steve K, 60763
Highlight of our Italian adventure
Stayed here at Easter 2016 after 4 days in Rome. Got a great deal on a jacuzzi suite by booking directly with hotel, the offer included a free meal at the hotel fine dining restaurant. In my opinion this hotel has the best location in Sorrento, on a quiet square overlooking the bay of Naples with Vesuvius in the distance. The view in the morning from our top floor balcony really was unforgettable! You are just a few steps from the main tourist area of the resort or even better take the short walk through the alleyway to Marina Grande to escape the hoards and find the best seafood restaurants where the locals eat. The staff are so friendly and helpful especially Antonio the head waiter, this man is an absolute asset to the hotel. The food was excellent both at dinner and the vast choice at breakfast. Yes, the hotel is slightly dated in style but it is spotlessly clean and charming. Valet parking is expensive but a must if you have a hire car as there is nowhere else to park in town. I would definitely recommend this hotel for couples or families alike and would love to return.More
Great location but outdated hotel!
We stayed here for our honeymoon for two nights and had an okay stay. The location was great - it was a quick walk from the elevators from the port and a short walk into the main part of Sorrento. I actually liked being outside of the main square since it was much quieter and calmer. This hotel was probably vary lavish and extravagant back in the day but now it just seems super outdated and tacky. The rooms are fine - pretty small but clean and comfortable. Bathrooms were tiny. We had a tiny balcony which was nice. The breakfast buffet was... interesting. It was HUGE but it had the weirdest options. It seemed like they were trying to do a little too much and ended up not doing anything that well. Service here was okay. We told them that we were there for our honeymoon but no one said anything or seemed to care. When we asked for lunch recommendations, the person at the front desk just sent us to the main square and said that there were a lot of restaurants there. It's not like anyone did anything wrong but no one went above and beyond to make our stay amazing. Our favorite things at this hotel were the pool and the amazing rooftop bar. We went to the rooftop for happy hour and had a great view of Vesuvius and the water. Service was so so and they had some weird snacks for apertivos. Again, it seemed like they were trying to be really fancy but it definitely fell short. But, the views were amazing and totally worth the money spent on drinks. The hotels in Sorrento are pricey and this hotel was no exception. While I really liked the location and the rooftop bar, I'd probably stay somewhere else if I ever found myself in the area again. It seemed like there were a ton of hotels that might be more modern and customer service focused for the same price.More
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