Hotel Corallo 

Peaceful clifftop retreat

An historic hotel with a tranquil setting and panoramic terraces overlooking the Bay of Naples.

Stacked on a clifftop, this small and friendly hotel offers spellbinding views of the Sorrentine Peninsula, Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. Originally a nobleman’s elegant home, it became a hotel in the early 20th century and was a popular rendezvous for artists and intellectuals who stayed here in the 1930s. Nowadays it appeals to visitors in search of a quiet escape and spectacular sea views. The classic décor, all marble floors, gilded mirrors and elegant statues, is complemented with bright and contemporary flourishes such as plush fuchsia sofas and colourful floral displays.

Why we love Hotel Corallo

  • The location is fantastic. You can venture into the historic centre of Sorrento to explore the narrow lanes, browse boutiques and shop for local lace and ceramics.

  • For a different perspective of the Bay of Naples, hire a kayak and explore the coastline at your own pace.

  • Head into the Sorrento Hills for limoncello and olive oil tastings.

  • Seafood fanatics love the tasting menu at Ristorante Corallo.

4 stars
Apr - Oct
Naples: 2¾ hours
In the small town of Sant'Agnello, just a 10-minute stroll from local shops, cafés and restaurants and 20 minutes from the centre of Sorrento
Approx. 1¼ hours' transfer from Naples airport



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The restaurant serves a buffet breakfast and à la carte dinners with Mediterranean and international cuisine. Its panoramic terrace offers a wonderfully romantic setting for candlelit dinners as the sun sets over the Bay of Naples.

Ristorante Corallo The restaurant offers Mediterranean and international dishes, an elegant dining room and a panoramic terrace with enchanting views over the Gulf of Naples. It serves a buffet breakfast, afternoon snacks and à la carte dinner.

Lounge and American Bar The American Bar features Art Nouveau-style lounges and sea-view terraces that provide the perfect setting for aperitifs, cocktails and long drinks.

For dinner, the à la carte menu at Ristorante Corallo has lots of innovative dishes including a seafood tasting menu.

What's included

Breakfast at the restaurant.

Take a boat trip to Positano and Amalfi, see the archaelogical sites at Herculaneum and explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii or head to the Sorrento hills for olive oil and limoncello tastings at a traditional farm.

The heated infinity pool, with Jacuzzi boasts wonderful views of the Gulf of Naples. There is a solarium overlooking the bay. Guided kayak tours of the Sorrento coastline can also be arranged.

A tourist tax is payable locally at the hotel.

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