These modern, spacious suites are one of the few self-catering options available along this part of the Neapolitan Riviera. Apartments are spacious and simply decorated, with whitewashed walls, tiled floors and contemporary furnishings. In each one, a compact oak kitchenette is tucked into the open-plan living-dining room, while the bathroom and bedrooms are hidden discreetly behind sliding doors. All apartments have balconies with a table and chairs.
There’s a supermarket a couple of minutes’ walk away, where you can stock up on fresh Italian ingredients and local wine. The cafés and trattorias in Piazzo Lauro are just 2 minutes’ walk away, and the main square, Piazza Tasso, is a further 10 minutes on foot. The train and bus stations are close by, too, so daytrips to Naples, Pompeii and the rest of the Amalfi Coast are easy. The harbour, from where you can catch boats across to Capri, is a 10-15 minute walk away – just bear in mind that there are steep steps to reach it.
Although there isn’t a pool at the Rota Suites, guests can make the most of the clifftop pool and private beach at the Hotel Grand Riviera, 5 minutes’ walk away.
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Authentic holidays since 1978
- Traditional and modern styles
- Town and countryside settings
- 20kg luggage allowance
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There's no pool at the suites, but feel free to make the most of the clifftop pool and private beach at the Hotel Grand Riviera, just a 5 minute walk away.
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We have just returned from a lovely 3 night stay in the Rota Suites. There were four of us and we stayed in a two bedroom apartment. The Rota Suites is located perfectly, within walking distance of the main part of Sorrento but not so close that you're in the noisy centre. The apartment was very clean and well furnished, it had everything we needed. The kitchenette was well supplied with a toaster, kettle, hob etc. There were two spacious bathrooms in the apartment as well as plenty of storage space. Upon arrival, we were shown around the apartment and everything was explained to us, which was very helpful, and we were given maps etc with information about how to get to Capri, Pompeii etc. The only downside to the apartment was the view from the balcony, which was pretty much of a car park, but since we didn't spend that much time sat out this really wasn't an issue for us. We arrived into Naples airport and got the Curreri Viaggi bus to Sorrento which picked up just outside the airport near the airport parking, not at the bus stop. Keep going past the bus stop and cross the road to find it. It cost 10 euros each which compared to a taxi was a bargain. It drops off at the train station in Sorrento which is a short walk away from the Rota Suites. Head out of the train station area onto the main road and turn right. Keep heading down there until you reach a cross roads and then turn left down a road with a bakery on the corner. You should be headed towards the sea. Then at the end of that road turn right and the Suites is just there. We were able to leave our bags in the hotel as we were too early to check in which was great and on the last day we were also able to leave our bags as our flight wasn't until 9pm. The hotel front door is normally locked and their is a free safe in the room. There are no instructions but there is a white/grey button on the inside of the safe door, press that then press the button that says combi type in your combi and press enter. That should change it. Type in the combi and press enter and you should hear a click, which means it worked. There is free wifi at the hotel, just ask at the desk and they will give you a password and username to log in. It logs itself out alot so if you can set your browser to remember the info then it's helpful. There are some lovely places to eat in Sorrento and most are reasonably priced. It's definitely worth going through the alleyways and little streets to find a place to eat as there are some really lovely places. We went to the Island of Capri on the hyrdrofoil which was pricey, 35 euro return journey, but Capri is lovely. Everything on the Island itself was expensive but if you can visit it is worth it. However don't walk up to Capri it is steep and long and awful. There is a cable car up to the town for 1.80 euro which is a much better way of getting there. It is called the funicolare and the station is right as you get off the boat. We also visited Pompeii to which we caught the train. It cost 2.20 euro each way and entrance to Pompeii is about 11 euro. Definitely pick up a guidebook or map or go for a guided tour. It is very easy to get lost in there. Also, most of the bodies have been moved to a museum in Naples so don't expect to see many, there were 5 when we went. Still worth a visit though. Overall a lovely stay in Sorrento and would recommend to anyone, and I would definitely stay in the Rota Suites again.More
_legs414, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Just got back from a week on the Amalfi Coast. We kept our home base at the Rota Suites in Sorrento. It was a very comfortable stay in a fully furnished apartment. The lovely Raffaela took good care of us and was extremely helpful. It is conveniently located, has laundry facilities and is more than reasonable priced. I would definitely stay there again.More
BHollahan, Denver, Colorado
Once again excellent stay at the Rota Suites
Just back from another visit to the Rota Suites in the heart of Sorrento. It had been two years since our last stay, but on arriving we were recognised by the front staff and warmly welcomed. The room 10 was on the street side of the block, as we'd requested and was spotlessly clean. We had a enjoyable 7 nights here and really struggle to find anything we didn't like...if I had to be fussy, maybe the bed was a bit too hard for my liking, but that's a personal choice. The apartments are well maintained and have all you'd need to self cater for a week if you wished. We only really used the fridge to keep fruit and wine cool! Staff are great, most speak good English and are happy to help. In fact we must thank Raffeala on the front desk who helped us sort out a panic we had when our transfer times had been mixed up leading to a rushed taxi to the airport, she helped and got a car sent to us in time so that we caught our flight. Look forward to visiting the Rota Suites again.More
mjlove, East Kilbride, United Kingdom
Firstly Roto Suites is hard to find if driving, even with a Sat Nav, be prepared to ask a local as we did arefter going round in circles. The reception staff were nice and helpful. We had suite 2 at the front so had a balcony and good views, we could see the sea. But although everything looked clean and tidy on first appearance, I think it had been some time since the floors had been cleaned and things in the kitchen, plates, glasses and cutlery were not clean! We also had an ant problem, even thought we were on the first floor. We would find random ones in the bathroom or bedroom! But the problem did appear to be getting worse over the four days. I will point out that by the time it had reached a real problem we were due to leave, we did not highlight it to staff until our departure. I feel if the cleaning services are improved then I would increase my rating accordingly.More
We stayed here for five nights last week and it was great! We arrived at Sorrento station by the local train 'Circumvesuviana' and then it was just a ten minute walk to the Rota suites. Our appartment was great - we had a two bedroom one and it was very quiet as situated around the side of the building. Everything was very spacious, clean, luxurious and modern. We loved it. Perfect for a family. We just hand washed items of clothing through the week and they dried really quickly on the balcony as it was so hot. We did all our shopping on the street just next to the appartment and there was a bigger supermarket further into Sorrento on the main road running through it. We had use of the pool in the Grand hotel riviera which the kids loved. Sorrento was beautiful and Rota suites great. Would recommend to anyone.. - staff also were very friendly and helpful.More
Chica67, Leeds, United Kingdom
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