This hotel comes with a tranquil pool and pretty gardens filled with citrus groves.
This family-run place is on busy Corso Italia, with Sant Agnello’s main square and train station – for trips to Herculaneum and Pompeii – about 10 minutes’ walk away. Twenty minutes on foot gets you into Sorrento.
There’s a peaceful pool area with a curtain of orange trees, and an outside terrace for breakfasts among the pretty shrubbery.
In the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson group.
These twin rooms are light and fresh, with a natural colour scheme, and come with a balcony for that extra space. Inside, you'll also find air-conditioning available. To let you know, these twins sleep 2 at the most.
These twin rooms are light and fresh, with a natural colour scheme, and come with a balcony for that extra space. Inside, you'll also find air-conditioning available. These twin rooms come with an extra bed, sleeping up to 4.
We had the most wonderful stay at Hotel Girasole. Our room (36) was extremely comfortable with the most amazing views from the balcony. The food was delicious and so much of it and the staff could not have been more friendly or helpful. The grounds and swimming pool were beautiful and many happy hours were spent there. I cannot wait to return and to experience all the delights of Italy. More
Mandy B, 190767
Stanleys - Excellent holiday
We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday at Girasole. We went to this hotel 15 years ago and decided to return this year and was so pleased we did. The family and staff were very welcoming and helpful. We had the same room overlooking the lemon and orange trees and the bay of naples and vesuvius. The pool was very peaceful and very clean and you can buy lunch and drinks at the pool bar. Very relaxing after a day in the town or sightseeing.
Only downside is it is on the main road so the walk into the main town is quite daunting. But there is a lane immediately on the right as you go out of the hotel which takes you on a quiet path the back way and as long as you keep to these lanes it is much easier too get to the town square with minimum traffic.
Thoroughly recommend a stay here.More
Carol S, 190757
Friendly people, clean and comfortable Hotel, location tricky, food adequate
The people are welcoming, friendly and very helpful. The Hotel is attractive, clean and inviting rooms. If it was not for the location, I would have given 4 stars. We paid for an upgrade so that our balcony overlooked the beautiful gardens with lemon and oranges however the people with a front room very unhappy as right on the extremely busy road, which leads to Naples/Sorento, main road in fact. To walk into Sorento, which is only 10 minutes or so is treacherous as no pavement and cars flitting by. Crossing the road is an anxious process. Motorbikes, cars, vans all driving fast and rarely stop for a pedestrian on the pedestrian crossing. We had half board, a mistake as we ate at the Hotel in the evening, sadly food not to our liking, so can only give it an adequate to average vote.
Swimming pool quite a distance from the Hotel however as we did so many excursions that was not an issue for us. Having said all this, it was a good experience and we love Italy, quite expensive though.More
Very memorable by R & L
Hotel - Staff are superb not in your face but always there with mild humour. Rita is the owner surround by her family and a lovely helpful person she is too.
Room - Ours overlooked the garden with balcony, was made up daily, well equipped, fridge,safe & hair dryer.
Cleanliness - Can't be faulted.
Restuarant - Breakfast good selection nothing cooked, evening small selection more than ample well prepared between 7.00 to 7.30 after the nights then yours 2016 price 15eu/ head wine 8 to 20eu
Pool - Good size, good consideration given to safety, good deck chairs with full superp loungers at a small cost for the day. Drinks/snack bar.
Garden big enough, roomy, well kept orange lemon grapefruit trees - quiet.
Location 20 mins walk to the centre 'watch your step' remember your'e in Italy they're crazy drivers, pedestrians have little or no rights. Turn left out of the hotel for a shorter walk to limited bars etc.
Food - I don't offer to recommend on this as our tastes are varied. There's no shortage of choice to suit all tastes quality is generally good.
Prices - beer will set you back Â£6.00 per pint (568ml) wine similar to England with food about the same, in general it's more costly.
Transport - We used train on several occasions (cheap) didn't use bus. You can easily get a short train to Castellanmare for the cable car, it's little mentioned - take your camera.
Excursions - It's up to you to choose, we went offered ones plus our own.
Summary - We relaxed for 2 weeks enjoyed the/our tours, the Hotel, all in all we had a great Holiday with thanks.More
We travelled to Sorrento with Newmarket Travel. On arrival at the hotel we were taken to a downstairs room in the annex, a short downhill walk. Lovely room with a large outdoor space. Shower was a little small and as others have commented, the curtain stuck to you. The soaps and shower gel were replaced each day and the towels if you wanted. Fridge in the room and safe were free. Wifi was excellent with fast speed.
The gardens of the hotel are full of flowers and citrus trees and a beautiful setting to have a coffee in. Pool large with a coffee bar during the day.
The breakfast was continental breakfast, fresh rolls, boiled eggs, tomatoes, meats, toast, cereal and lots of selections of cakes. Hot Drinks were out a machine but tasted ok. Evening meal was 3 courses which you chose at breakfast. Traditional Italian meals, the macaroni was to die for. The family who own the hotel were very friendly but the waiters were very serious.
Hotel was very clean and tidy. Would definitely go againMore