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We've just returned from a very enjoyable, ten day stay at Zi Teresa. We found all the reception staff very helpful and professional. The waiters were always very attentive and smartly dressed and there was a very wide choice of sweet and savoury foods for...More
The good points,
The hotel is clean and the roof terrace has great views
The bad Points,
This is a very basic hotel certainly not a 4 star hotel we were struggling to rate it a 2 star.
We had to fight to have the...More
Really enjoyed our two week stay at zi Teresa, great location, rooftop are fantastic, coffee machine broke during our stay, but when it was fixed, what a difference, all staff friendly and helpful, good breakfast
I stayed three nights in this nice and clean hotel, close to the railway station - easy to go to Naples, Pompeii, Herculaneum sites. The hotel is clean and the staff is fine. Cost-Benefit was quite all right, Very god buffet breakfast. Pity it doesn't...More
Stayed here for one week, returning yesterday. Very good position, being comfortable walking distance from Plaza Tasso and other amenities. Spotlessly clean and staff very accommadating especially night porter who very kindly carried my suitcase down the steps for me on leaving very early in...More
US$109 - US$1,566 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#44 Luxury Hotel in Sorrento
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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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)!