We booked the Grand Hotel Angiolieri for our 5 day holiday in November on a B+B basis . We were aware it is the off season and that some of the hotel facilties were closed but that wasn't an issue for us. We had a double room ,number 201 and it had a small terrace with a partial sea view . No problems at all with the room ,clean ,fresh and all modern facilities . The finish was luxury through n through . Full SkyTV access in our room with Air con . The hotel is very well presented and you can see no expense has been spared . Marble ,chrome and glass everywhere . The view from the breakfast terrace was outstanding and we ate there very morning . Breakfast was continental and some hot food was available. The staff were fantastic and very helpful indeed . Their command of English was great and a credit to them .They were polite and nothing was too much trouble . We took full advantage of the free shuttle bus to the nearby train station and also it took us to the nearby town of Vico Equense . We would definitely go back to see the hotel & Sorrento in all it's summer glory .Unfortunately the Michelin star restaurant was closed (which we knew ) but we'd love to try it looking out on that amazing view over the bay of Naples & Vesuvious . We knew the hotel was a small distance from Sorrento when we booked but the trains from Seiano station are very frequent . Train tickets from the hotel reception. The town of Vico Equense is 5 minutes by shuttle bus & has some nice restaurants & bars and the shuttle bus will take you & pick you up. The train fare is 1.2 euro each to Sorrento but 40euro in a taxi one way . Trains run up to midnight . The Seiano train station is a 10minute walk along a busy narrow road so use the shuttle if you can . Pompeii is 30 minutes by train from Seiano . Definitely visit Amalfi , 14euros each by bus from outside Sorrento train station . Also Isle of Capri , 27euros return from Sorrento marina .