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Ulisse Deluxe Hostel

Via del Mare 22, 80067, Sorrento Italy
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Certificate of Excellence
Set In The Heart Of Sorrento, The Hostel Boasts A Convenient Location Within Very Easy Reach Of Sorrento’s Premier Sights And Attractions. Elegantly Styled, Beautifully Furnished And Equipped With All The Service Of A 3 Star Hotel: 50 Rooms All Air-conditioned, Minibar, Personalised Safe, Wi-fi , Underground Garage, Wellness Centre And Pool.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Indoor pool
Bar / lounge
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Free internet
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish
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For those in search of the luxury of Sorrento without paying resort town prices, this place is perfect. It's modestly priced (relatively) but they spare no efforts in making your stay comfortable. The concierge is especially friendly and would love nothing more than to make your stay in the city the best it can be, they made recommendations for us, booked reservations and greeted us warmly. Highly recommend.
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The Ulisse Hostel (it’s really more like a three and a half star hotel than a hostel) isn’t inexpensive, but at half the price of everything else in Sorrento, it’s great value. Also, unlike the pricier hotels, it’s right in town and very convenient and walkable to the restaurants, ice cream parlors and shops. There’a an extra-fee health club and indoor pool (except in August) and you can also pay extra for exclusive access to a phenomenal nearby outdoor pool at a private villa (Villa Zagarra). The breakfast is a huge buffet with everything from fruit and eggs to pastries and quiches. The service was friendly and professional. We are big fans.
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This hotel was a great affordable find in an otherwise very expensive part of Itay. The hotel itself is nice (lobby, reception etc). It is centrally located, a very short walk to the beach, as well as the town with all the shops, restaurants and bars. The staff of the hotel are so helpful.. They organized all the tours that we wanted, and offered more competitive prices than other tour companies in Sorrento, and the pick up was easy and close. The only inconvenience we faced was the room itself. It is badly organized, with nowhere to hang stuff or put things. No desks, very small closet. No hanging space in the bathroom. The floor of the room was also not very well cleaned our entire stay. Given that Sorrento and surrounding towns meant that a lot of people would be going to the beach, it sucked having remaining sand in the room not being cleaned, and nowhere to hang our clothes to dry, or put our stuff. It was very inconvenient for 2 people.
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Don't be put off by the label 'hostel'. This is a beautifully clean and spacious 3 star hotel within walking distance of everything in Sorrento. The staff are all really friendly and helpful; particularly the breakfast staff. Breakfast is a vast choice of Continental along with scrambled egg. There is an [empty] fridge in your room where you can store beer/wine/water etc- shop virtually next door to hotel. Nothing is cheap in Sorrento- although our family 'room' we felt was excellent value at 280 euros per night. It has a separate entrance, with two rooms- one twin and one enormous double. The double has a bathroom ensuite and then twin a separate bathroom. We were very happy with the hotel. It should be noted however that the use of the swimming pool is not for families;, but is a lane swimming only pool, attached to a gym. We were disappointed with this as we expected to be able to have a good splash about after a day of sightseeing. I do feel that this should be made clearer on the website. However we enjoyed the spa - 25 euros each- get in at 11 am when it opens as it can become a little crowded
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Don't let the word "hostel" turn you off of this fantastic hotel in beautiful Sorrento. It was excellent, out of the 5 hotels/B&B's we stayed at on our first trip to Italy, it was my second favorite. After staying at various small hotels and B&B's, having this more conventional big hotel experience was welcomed. The worst part about it for me was just the walk from the train station to the hotel. They say it's about 15 minutes but it took much longer. We had just arrived on a train after a hot, tiring visit to Pompeii and did not love having to walk through hot and very crowded streets with our luggage. However, once we got there it was worth it. The lobby area was huge, colorful, bright and shiny. Helpful front desk staff, had no issues checking in or out and no hidden surprise costs. Our room was a wonderful oasis. It was huge. Lots of good storage and closet space, a mini fridge, big safe, table and chairs with a vase in the middle, a couch, flat screen TV, and two beds, all painted and decorated in a beautiful turquoise blue. The bathroom was probably the biggest hotel bathroom I have ever been in (and I have been in many hotels), with lots of amenities and spotlessly clean. It was perfect except the beds were a little creaky when you turned over. The breakfast buffet was amazing! Huge breakfast room full of colorful chairs and plenty of seating. A big spread of pastries, cereals, meats, cheeses, yogurt, toast, eggs, I think also bacon or sausages. The location is far from the train station but not too far from the main street Corso Italia, which is a wonderful place to walk and lined with all sorts of shops and restaurants. I was only sorry we didn't stay longer and would definitely return here if we ever go back to Sorrento.
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$82 - $232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ulisse deluxe hotel sorrento
ItalyCampaniaProvince of NaplesSorrento
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