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We used the hotel as a base when we were visiting Pompeii and Herculanium and Sorrento.
The nuns are really friendly, I wish we knew a little Italian, but we managed to have a conversation.
The room we stayed in was large, comfy, and clean....More
We stayed at Domus during our short stay in Italy. Initial impression of the place is that it's quirky and it's run by charming nuns; so that aspect definitely adds more character to the place. That’s precisely why we booked it and decided to give...More
The Domus is a nice place in a beautiful scenery in a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean see. It is clean and sober. Run by 5 sisters. So you'll have to be in at 23.00 in the evening. After 23.00 the doors are closed. That won't...More
The nuns are extremely friendly, the location is perfect, the rooms are spacious with antique furniture.
Note that if you are party people it isn't your pleace since the nuns are closing the doors at 23.30.
This place is qwerky and takes a special kind of traveler to want to stay in a convent instead of a flashy hotel on the water in Sorrento. The nuns were sweet but only one of the five ladies spoke English. The breathtaking views from...More
$67 - $606 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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