in Sorrento , Neapolitan Riviera
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Family-run converted palazzo
Standard rooms sleep 2 with a double bed, air-conditioning and heating, satellite TV, phone, minibar, hairdryer. Superior rooms sleep up to 3 with French balcony.
Approx. taxi transfer time: 1 hour 30 minutes
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.”
A mix of classic Italian charm and contemporary style, this refined residence is full of character.
There’s a perfect mix of classic elegance and contemporary style at this lovely old palace. From the gracious lobby to the larger-than average bedrooms, it’s refined and stately. Gleaming Murano glass chandeliers hang from tall ceilings above marble floors and staircases. And striking antique furnishings complete the picture. But the Guardati is thoroughly welcoming and comfortable, too. The Cuomo family, who run the hotel, are warm, friendly and attentive.
The hotel is just a moment from the town’s main square – the lively and bustling Piazza Tasso – so you’re well placed for restaurants, shops and for setting off on sightseeing trips. And after all that activity, there’s nowhere better to unwind than on the Guardati’s spacious roof terrace with its pool, cushioned sun loungers, parasols and small swimming pool with panormaic views. The views across the rooftops of Sorrento stretch from the Gulf of Naples to Mount Vesuvius.
There’s a smart buffet breakfast room on the ground floor, and on the first floor there’s a pretty sheltered patio area with tables and chairs where you can relax. The roomy bedrooms are larger than average, with sleek parquet floors, hand-painted Florentine furniture, plasma televisions and marble bathrooms. You can also upgrade to a superior room with a French balcony.
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