A large pool and Sorrento’s shops and cafés close by make a winning combination.
The hotel is very well placed for views of Mount Vesuvius. And it’s handy for getting into Sorrento, too – the main square, Piazza Tasso, is less than 10 minutes’ walk from here.
The pool is generously proportioned, with plenty of room for laps, and there’s a bar at one end for drinks and snacks. The restaurant serves buffet breakfasts and waiter-service dinners alongside first-rate views.
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Buffet breakfast and waiter service dinner with a set menu.
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The generous size pool here comes with a large terrace lined with sunbeds. It's open May to October.
You can choose from a buffet or cooked breakfast, whilst dinner is waiter service from a set menu. An à la carte menu is also available to tempt you with gastronomic delights. A gala dinner is held once a week where guests can mingle and share tables.
Pool snack bar*
Why not enjoy a leisurely drink, or crafty cocktail whilst you soak up the sun? Standing at one end of the pool the pool bar also provides tasty snacks, so you don't have to return to your apartment to get a bite.
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twin room with pool view sleeps up to 3
These twin rooms with their natural tones running throughout come with a pool view and can sleep two or three people. They come with air-conditioning from mid-June to mid-September. Plus a mini-fridge is available at a charge.
These twin rooms with their natural tones running throughout sleep two. They come with air-conditioning from mid-June to mid-September. Plus a mini-fridge is available at a charge.
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our italian dream holiday
went here with my teenage step children whole loved the place. food was exceptional and had a fussy eater in our party who ate everything in sight. pool area was lovely, Olympic sized pool and was quiet most days. staff were very friendly and always happy to help. chef even supplied a birthday cake for breakfast and sang to me which was lovely. the gala dinner evening was superb and staff paraded food around the room whilst they sang and clapped as they served. the restaurant has outstanding views. visited rome and had a brilliant tour guide, long journey but broken up by stopping off for dinner. very hot in july it was over 40 degrees , recommend you buy a parasol and drink lots. managed to see everything we could in rome as out tour guide showed us a good route to take to ensure we saw all the sights. beaches work out expensive to go on as they are all privately owned, we did go on the bathing platforms as the beach is pebbly and you cant lie on it. did work out expensive to go on there. if you have a hotel with a private beach then use it as its all turnstiles that you pay at to go on the beach areas. all in all a lovely holiday with a hotel situated just right with lots of shops and piazza's nearby. we were lucky to see a religious parade in the square and all the priests were dressed in different coloured silk robes carrying a statue of our lady, kids were singing and music was playing, truly a lovely experience. would recommend the grand flora hotel, lovely staff and good food. would also recommend the foreigner's club for food and leonnelli's on the beach for the most amazing special coffee's,More
Very lovely hotel, food is excellent, rooms are spacious and cool and resteraunt area boasts amazing views of Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples. Quick 10 minute walk to the charming market centre of Sorrento.More
Ruth C, Chalfont St. Giles, United Kingdom
Waiters made the holiday !
10th-20th oct weather was amazing given a room Under the restaurant on the first night of arival very late , and shattered we had to accept the horrendous noise that woke us up after a few hours of sleep.knowing that as soon as we had breakfast we would demand another room my nan was 88 and the noise was simply horrendous over our heads , this was challenging and very hard work on such little sleep the staff were very defensive and not very helping and almost fair to say argumentative to my requests . They finally showed us a few other rooms some with charges made payable to change . Some free . We choose the one right by the corroded nearest the pool as he others were too hot . This room seemed bigger than the other rooms and ground floor nice easy access for my nan. After that awful start the staff really made it up to us Edmundo went above and beyond to please our dietary requirements , and I was in heaven as a vegetarian the food was delicious evey time a big high light . The staff were attentive and friendly which is what you wish for. The pool area was pleasant , the snacks were decent . The area on the pool side is quieter , we were ground floor after our move and quiet . The shower was good . The beds were reasonable . The location was excellent the bus stop just outside into the Marino piccolo area or the plaza for shopping and resturants or a very noiesy but enjoyable walk . I would not recommend the area for pensioners who struggle with walking it's very difficult area to walk around . My nan almost fell so many times .... Beautiful area interesting location plenty of choice for eating out and spoilt with shops . The area to sunbathe was worth paying for so you could enjoy the weather .... I'd love to go back and I will return and stay within the plaza area next time . I would refer a friend to hotel flora but the attitude of reception staff really lets the hotel down . The English bar lady is very good at her job and very attentive vey friendly and made it pleasnt every night . Hotel could do with more entertainment very lacking in that department fine if your more mature . I was bored in my early thirties . The African Man on reception at night had much better customer service skills . The italian bar girl was also lovely . Good service . Ask for a room by the pool for a cooler bigger quieter room then you can enjoy your holiday more .More
Asians, please don't go. Racist you will find.
My group (8 ppl) stayed at this hotel early this month. We got 4th floor, which is under the dinning room on 5th floor. Imagine the noises we have to bare until they closed. But that's not the point. Next morning we came up for breakfast. Sunrise got through one side of the dining room, the other side have excellent view. Every other guests, I mean 'EVERYONE' except us, got nice table without sweat or sunburn. But we have to sat at the most remote corner of too-sunny side. We'd try to change or at least separate table, but they told us that we have to sit together. 8 ppl, 1 table. While obviously this rule has no effect on other guests. The room was large and only 15% full. They treated us different? We're shocked. We even had a hard time asking for new flatware. When we tried to ask them why, they just ignore and talked to us with no proper English or manner. Come back to Sorrento? Maybe not. If you're Asian like us, or not Caucasian, I strongly-not-recommend this hotel.More
FH666, Bangkok, Thailand
Former opulence, now dingy
The lobby of the Grand Hotel Flora is the nicest part of the hotel. The rooms give the impression of former opulence and grandeur in the early to mid 1900's, but has now fallen into a bit of disrepair. Rooms are hot with no windows - just a door to the balcony that we propped open overnight so we could sleep. Luckily we had a back facing and not main-street facing room. Rooms are small and dingy. The shower drain barely worked and nearly overflowed each time someone took a normal and reasonable length shower. Bath towels were scratchy and worn. Ask at the desk for a login to use wifi in your room. However it will continually log you off every time your phone/device locks so you will be continually re-logging in to try and maintain a connection. Breakfast was awful. The worst breakfast of all the hotels we stayed in in Italy. A short walk to the main square area of Sorrento.More
jbergma, North Merrick, New York
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