An outstanding coastal property in the heart of Sorrento, this historic hotel, built in 1820, is subtly elegant, classically Italian and small enough to feel like a welcoming noble home.
Hilton Sorrento Palace
Open all year round, the Hilton Sorrento Palace has all the convenience and comfort of the well-known brand, along with a healthy dose of local character. Entering the lobby, you are met with a flood of natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, and an elegant leather seating area with a central fire pit. The service is excellent and facilities are faultless. The rooms are bright and spacious, with spotless bathrooms and modern amenities. In the extensive grounds, you’ll find an array of activities for all ages, including two swimming pools, a tennis court, gym and three great dining options.
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Rooms are bright and spacious, with half of them boasting sea views. If you choose to stay in an Executive Room, the Executive Club Lounge has its own buffet breakfast room and provides complimentary cocktails and snacks, which are replenished throughout the day. It also has its own private rooftop swimming pool and terrace with views looking out onto the bay. The hotel hosts leisure visitors as well as big conferences, especially throughout the winter months.
While the property feels quietly secluded from the bustle of town, it's just a five-minute walk to the main square, Piazza Tasso. A door located past the pool and gardens opens onto a side street that takes you on the short, downhill walk to town.
Food and drink
There are plenty of dining options at the property. The à la carte Sorrento Restaurant has a particular focus on fresh seafood and is open for lunch and dinner, offering outdoor seating and sea views. The poolside Pagoda Bar is a good choice for refreshing drinks, light meals or pizzas, while the Sorrento Lounge serves coffees or evening cocktails. There’s also the Executive Club Lounge for those with access.
Almost all of the rooms at the Hilton can interconnect, making this the ideal choice for families or small groups.
Facilities and activities
Facilities include a large outdoor swimming pool and an indoor Roman bath-style pool, as well as tennis courts, a children's club, playground areas, table tennis and a fitness room.
A reliable choice for families and those who value comfort, activities and a convenient location. Although it’s a vast property, it doesn’t lack local character. For a more boutique atmosphere, book an executive room and benefit from the club lounge.
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