See why so many travellers make Hotel Cosmomare their hotel of choice when visiting Piano di Sorrento. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Cosmomare offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. Plus, Hotel Cosmomare offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Corso dei Capitani (0.2 mi) and Chiesa di Madonna di Rosella (0.5 mi) make Hotel Cosmomare a great place to stay when visiting Piano di Sorrento.
While in Piano di Sorrento be sure to experience local oyster favourites at Osteria Arcadia.
Should time allow, Basilica S. Michele Arcangelo is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Cosmomare as you experience all of the things Piano di Sorrento has to offer.
Quite a basic hotel however as we didn’t spend much time in it given that we were out all day it was fine. Rooms were small but had everything we needed. Bed weren’t the most comfortable. The views from the balconies are the best part though. Stunning.
Anger Management. Let's start with the reservation with Booking.com, equally guilty in this comedy of errors. Booked a balcony suite, and received confirmation. Got to Cosmo and immediately realized it had no balcony, tiny little closet space with window. Showed my confirmation to front desk girl who said what they received from Booking did not say balcony, and they had no more. What do I do? Will there be a refund? No says the girl, "it is not the hotels problem". You must contact Booking.com. Booking clearly states all issues to be resolved at hotel. "Not the hotels responsibility" still rings in my ears. At checkout, another lady barks at me continuously reiterating... you guessed it, "not the hotels problem". So I finally get it across that I expect them to help me contact Booking.com. She says one hour to contact them. Get that? We are checking out and they say one hour to contact. I ask for an email for Booking.com. Lady says she cannot give out their email. What? She goes on to blather that we have a non smoking room, so... no balcony. What? I was not aware that all of Italy's non smoking rooms have no balcony. Imagine that? The a/c is a tiny hole in the ceiling, see photo. The shower and bath were designed for midgets, see photo. Oh and the breakfast? Standard continental breakfast fare of sliced cold cuts and processed cheese. Nothing hot on the entire bridge table. Booking.com has yet to hear of this, given their 1 hour hold times. They will soon with an equally scathing review. On to the Hilton, thank you very much.…
awful , that about sums it up, you enter the hotel to the smallest lift in the world and just from there i wanted to turn round and go home , breakfast awful, beds uncomfortable and even going to sorrento, found the people rude and unwelcoming, i would not recommended
It was the only hotel of all the hotels during our visit in Italy who did not provide a hairdryer. Reception staff helpfull but staff with breakfast very unfriendly. Aircondition bad, no fridge in room, safe without a key.
On arrival we were greeted by a very quaint lift which took us to the fifth floor, which opened out onto a spotlessly clean small reception and very pleasant receptionist. Our room (we paid for deluxe sea view room) and that's exactly what we got !! Very clean basic a more than adequate balcony with table and chairs and a very nice sunlounger !! Panoramic views over the bay of Naples exceeded our expectations for the money we paid. Breakfast was basic but everything was fresh... croissants toast cereal etc. The waitress was very helpful even making a top class cappuccino from a real coffee machine rather than the naff breakfast machines !! Staff were extremely helpful , giving us directions maps and good advice. The train was a real find for just over one euro and takes you directly into Sorrento within 5 minutes ....STAY AWAY FROM TAXIS !!!! unless it's your only option, we had to use a taxi into Sorrento (for a wedding) we were charged 48 euros and took us 15 minutes. There are a few little bars and shops outside of the hotel. A lift that goes directly down to the beach below (again a great find for 50 cents) when looking for the lift, you turn left as you exit the slope from the hotel walk 150 yards up the street follow the bend around the entrance to the lift is on the left. All in all for what we paid we found everything spot on. Also very hot ☀️…