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Spent a few nights there with a group from school. The room was spacious, the lobby & sitting area pleasant & inviting with a piano, books and games. The front desk staff was very helpful. An easy place to exchange $$. The small bar was...More
This was the second time staying here with Insight. Never again male staff are arrogant and speak down to you, whilst appearing to be helpful. We stayed on for a few extra days and instead of keeping our room were transferred into rooms in another...More
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Response from DirMichelangelo10, Proprietario at Michelangelo HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Good afternoon from Sorrento! We wish to take this occasion to thank you for choosing the Hotel Michelangelo and for sharing your experience on Trip Advisor.
We really care about our guests ‘comments and suggestions and we always try to learn from them....More
Excellent service, spotless, easy access to everything. The staff are professional, yet warm, inviting, and extremely amicable A wonderful experience. The rooms are well appointed, the dining room handsome, and attention to detail is evident in every corner.
We came here just for one night and were met by a very helpfull and friendly Ernesto.Very good size room and large bathroom but one where the shower is fitted over a bath.Good size bed also.
We ate in the restaurant for evening meal and...More
We stayed 6 nights with a group tour. It was centrally located close to the town center to go out for dining, shopping, as well as close to the train. Our room was clean with fresh towels daily. We had dinner in the dining room,...More
1-2 blocks... very close by... you have 2 options that we did... about 200 yards away is Hotel Europa...and their back patio is incredible...(however they have a sign 'For Guests of the Hotel') so enter at your own risk #2... More
1-2 blocks... very close by... you have 2 options that we did... about 200 yards away is Hotel Europa...and their back patio is incredible...(however they have a sign 'For Guests of the Hotel') so enter at your own risk #2 is to go down about 4 blocks to the west down Via Francesco and head towards the Convento... that plaza has equally stunning views... both great walks to burn off the Gelato...