in Sorrento , Neapolitan Riviera
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Free bottle of red wine on arrival for honeymooners and those marking silver and gold anniversaries.
Some facilities may incur extra local charges, please see the A-Z Guide
This is our 24-hour phone service. You can use it to book days out, find out the local bus times and let us know about any problems that crop up. Prefer to speak to someone face to face? You can call us to arrange a personal visit too.
All rooms have air-conditioning in high season or central heating, satellite TV, minibar, and double glazing. Standard rooms have 2 or 3 beds. Single rooms available.
1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours
Your guide to Sorrento, Neapolitan Riviera
“With buzzing Vespas winding through narrow backstreets and red chillies hanging from shop doorways, Sorrento offers up an authentic slice of Italy.”
Latest Thomson Reviews
Written on 01/06/2010, Anonymous said...
We loved our holiday at the Michelangelo Hotel in Sorrento, lovely hotel but pool too small! great location, lovely food and the waiters are first class! wonderful last night at the bar mans resturant, it has a wonderful Italian atmosphere with charming... more on this review
Giving it an overall rating out of 5:
It’s the attentive service, elegant décor and central location that make this place a favourite with both Thomson customers and TripAdvisor reviewers.
Built around a 7th-century tower, the cosy Hotel Michelangelo is more than a little impressive. It’s an unusual peach-and-cream-coloured building set in a courtyard close to Sorrento town centre. In terms of walking times, it’ll take you about five minutes to get into the heart of the resort, while the bathing platforms are about ten minutes on foot.
Step inside, and you’ll notice the hotel has quite a Regency feel – especially in the bedrooms. They’re painted in calm cream tones and come with tiled floors, windows framed by elaborate drapes, and simply-dressed beds topped with wall-mounted headboards. Mod-cons include satellite TVs, minibars and hairdryers.
Elsewhere, there’s the restaurant. With its corniced ceilings, archways and well-dressed tables, it’s an elegant space to dine. The breakfasts are a continental help-yourself set-up. Evening meals, meanwhile, are waiter service, with up to four starter and main courses, and three desserts on offer.
Lastly, there’s the outside area. A small swimming pool sits beside a little terrace with deckchairs, parasols and a snack bar with clusters of tables and chairs. There’s also a rooftop terrace with views across the town and bay.
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