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Stayed for 10 days, just returned yesterday. From the outside looks very promising, & the lobby is cool & modern. Unfortunately that's where it ends. Rooms are in need of an update, very tired & dated. Pillows are like bricks!!! Bathroom... Plumbing is horrendous, toilet...More
Stayed here in July great little hotel fantastic staff. Room on 5th floor lovely great views of mount Vesuvius from our balcony and the excellent roof terrace.
Hotel is spotlessly clean. Breakfast is typical Italian and there was plenty got busy at 9sm but we...More
This being our 9th visit to this hotel we have seen many changes, this year the 5th floor rooms have been refurnished.
The room was always kept fresh and clean by the maids each day.
We stay at this hotel each year as we love...More
We are staying at this hotel as a family package holiday from the UK and highly recommend it.
The location is fantastic for exploring the area. A nice 20minute walk to the Marina. 10 minutes to the station.
The communal areas are lovely. Brilliant roof...More
We enjoyed our 2 weeks at Hotel Zi’ Teresa; good value for what we paid.
It is a small hotel with friendly, helpful staff just off the main road in the east of town (not far (7 minutes) from the railway station). The hotel is...More
US$108 - US$1,454 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#44 Luxury Hotel in Sorrento
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There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up... More
There was never mention of a dress code. We've stayed in other hotels where men had to wear trousers for dinner, but my husband wore crops for dinner at zi teresa (which he was glad of, cos he hates having to smarten up). There were a bunch of Germans who dressed very casually, too, so let your lads wear what they want 😊. Have a lovely time & be sure to visit the Foreigners club for super views with a drink or lunch & Pizzeria Da Franco for cheap pizzas in an authentic eatery (& it's fairly close your hotel & where the locals go)!