Hotel Rivage

  • Neapolitan Riviera, Italy, Sorrento

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Hotel Rivage is just a few steps from the pedestrianised historic centre of Sorrento. From the small rooftop pool you'll have great views over the Bay of Naples towards Mount Vesuvius. The bar's conveniently nearby, so if you fancy a poolside drink the friendly staff will be more than happy to arrange that for you.

The restaurant's just beside the pool with chairs and tables sprawled out onto the panoramic terrace. We loved sitting out here, enjoying the mild summer evenings and the tasty Neapolitan cuisine. The fresh seafood was a real treat!

The simple rooms have tiled floors and contemporary light wood furniture and some have balconies. Overall, we found this hotel to be a great base for exploring Sorrento and the nearby sights.

Transfer time: approx. 1 hour 5 mins by private car from Naples airport.

Added value

Honeymoon Offer: Free bottle of sparkling wine

Rooms
  • No. of rooms: 53
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 4
  • Official rating: 3

Local Fees and Taxes

A tourist tax of approx. €3 per person per day is payable locally.

Baby cots are available on request for approx. €15 per night, payable locally.

Rooms

Double Rooms are about 25 - 27m² and are decorated with simple wooden furniture and tiled floors. They sleep up to three people in a double bed and one single sofa bed, three single beds or a double/two single beds with an addition of a cot for a child up to 2 years old. They overlook the courtyard and each room has a shower, television, minibar, desk, Wi-Fi and a safe.

Double Rooms with Balcony are about 25m² and sleep two people, with an additional cot available on request. These rooms are located on the second floor of the hotel and have balconies that overlook the courtyard.

Single Rooms are about 20m² and overlook the courtyard. These rooms are available on request, please call to book.

  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No
Sorrento

Sorrento is best known for its remarkable views. From its perch on the Sorrentine Peninsula, it peers straight over the Bay of Naples to Mount Vesuvius. Looking inwards, you’ll find a town with a historic centre of cobbled streets and craft shops. Wander the shady lemon groves of the Museum Correale, catch a concert in the Franciscan Cloisters or hunt out a bottle of freshly-made limoncello liqueur.

What to see on a Sorrento holiday

Sorrento doubles as an ideal base for day trips along the dramatic Campania coast. Jump on a train to nearby Naples or stop off in Pompeii before hiking to the top of Mount Vesuvius. The Amalfi Coast is a bus ride away (with incredible views along the route!) so spend some time in Positano and Amalfi.

The islands of Capri and Ischia are both within easy reach too with regular ferries throughout the summer.

Discover more things to see and do in the Neapolitan Riviera.

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Things to Do

Things to see and do

You can easily fill up a whole week or more with things to see and do in Sorrento. There's plenty to explore in the town itself including having lunch at the busy Piazza Tasso, browsing the boutique shops in the little streets and heading to the marina for a seafood dinner. Make sure you head out of town too - some of the Neapolitan Riviera's best sights are an easy day trip away.

  • Amalfi Drive: The Amalfi Drive is one of the most famous roads in the world. Join an excursion or hop on a local bus to enjoy panoramic views along the hairpin roads that hug the cliffs from Sorrento down to Salerno. 
  • Pompeii & Herculaneum: These fascinating historical sites are an easy day trip from Sorrento. Famous Pompeii draws hundreds of visitors each day while Herculaneum is lesser known but its location closer to Mount Vesuvius means its better preserved and well worth a visit. We recommend taking a guided tour to learn all about these once-thriving towns.
  • Visit Naples: This coastal city offers an authentic charm and plenty to see and do. It rivals Rome with its wealth of historic monuments and archaeological sites and has lively piazzas filled with restaurants serving some of the region’s best food.
  • Explore the Coast: The towns along the Amalfi Coast are best explored by boat. Take a sunset tour from Sorrento, hop off at Amalfi and visit beautiful towns like Positano, or sail across to the stunning isle of Capri.

Food & drink

There are plenty of restaurants to cater for every palate from traditional trattoria to fine-dining. Sorrento is famous for its fresh seafood, pastas and fresh vegetables. Make sure you try Gnocchi alla Sorrentina, Sorrento's famous pasta dish. Wash it down with a limoncello afterwards.

Excursions

Pre-book your excursions online or give us call

Capri & Anacapri from £81 per person (full day)

Head over to glamorous Capri where you’ll be met by a local guide who will take you up to Villa San Michele in Anacapri, the highest point on the island with the best views. Check out the designer boutiques, chic cafés and local craft shops as you stroll along Via Camerelle to the Gardens of Augustus and the Piazetta on a walking tour of Capri Town. Enjoy some free time here or make an additional stop off at the Blue Grotto (payable locally).

Departs: Tuesday & Friday. Entrance fees (approx. €9), lunch and optional Blue Grotto boat trip (approx. €30) are payable locally. Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

Amalfi Drive from £58 per person (full day)

The Amalfi Drive is one of the most spectacular roads in Europe, winding along the cliffs from Sorrento with panoramic views at every bend. You’ll stop off at Amalfi where you'll have time to explore. You’ll also have the chance to hop on a boat trip to admire the dramatic Amalfi coastline from the water (payable locally). The next stop is Ravello, where you’ll visit the Villa Rufolo that inspired Wagner to create one of his most famous operas, Parsifal.

Departs: Daily. Entrance fees (approx. €7), lunch & optional boat trip are payable locally. Groups of up to eight people. Transport is a Mercedes van.

Pompeii & Vesuvius- Skip the Line from £88 per person (full day)

Tour one of the most fascinating archaeological sites of ancient Rome. The town was buried by the devastating eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. You’ll be given a rare insight into ancient Roman life as you explore the excavations of the town preserved in time. In the afternoon you’ll be taken within 1,000 metres of the top of Mount Vesuvius. From here you can walk up to the volcanic crater, for panoramic views across the Bay of Naples

Departs: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Includes skip the line entrance fee. Lunch is payable locally. Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties. Wear suitable clothing for the altitude and comfortable walking shoes.

Pompeii from £61 per person (half day)

Take a guided tour of Pompeii and explore one of the world’s most famous Roman sites. Our guide will lead you through some of the ancient streets where you can see the baths, forums and villas built by the prosperous Romans. 

Departs: Mondays and Wednesdays. Includes entrance fee. Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

Pompeii & Wine Tasting from £102 per person (full day)

Led by an expert local guide you’ll explore the ancient Roman city of Pompeii before making your way to the slopes of Mount Vesuvius for a wine tasting experience. Stroll through the vineyards, before sampling three of the area’s famous Lachryma Christi wines accompanied by a tasty lunch.

Departs: Tuesdays. Entrance fees included. Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

Amalfi Coast Experience from £104 per person (full day)

The UNESCO protected Amalfi Coast is made up of thirteen towns perched on the dramatic coastline. We’ve selected three of our favourites for you to explore. First up is Positano, the colourful clifftop village, filled with art galleries and craft shops. Continue on to Amalfi, known for its hand-made paper production before moving on to the final stop, Ravello.

Departs: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. Lunch is included. Optional entrance fees are payable locally. 

Paestum & Buffalo Farm from £63 per person (full day)

Visit the ancient archaeological site of Paestum, the Doric temples are some of the best preserved Greek temples in the world. A visit to the museum will give you an insight into the fascinating history of the archaeological site. Continue to a local buffalo farm where they produce the famous buffalo mozzarella. You’ll learn about the cheese making process and get to try the creamy mozzarella yourself.  

Departs: Tuesdays. Entrance fee to Paestum/Museum (approx. €8) and lunch are payable locally.

Pompeii & Herculaneum Select Tour from £124 per person (full day)

Join a small group tour of the incredible archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum. First you’ll head to Pompeii then to a traditional local restaurant for lunch. Later visit Herculaneum, the small fishing town that was also destroyed in the eruption of Vesuvius. 

Departs: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. Entrance fees to Pompeii & Herculaneum and lunch are all included. Not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

We act at all times as a selling agent for the suppliers. All excursions require minimum numbers to run and are subject to change. Some excursions may not be available to pre-book in low season but may be available to book locally subject to numbers. Prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. Please see our terms & conditions.

Facilities
  • Rooftop pool with views of the Bay of Naples (normally open May to Sep)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking (subject to availability, payable locally, approx. €15 per day)
Meals

A continental breakfast buffet is served each morning in the breakfast room from 7am to 10am.

The Restaurant is located on the rooftop, near to the pool, and serves food inspired by Neapolitan traditions. The menu has a variety of local dishes, including fresh sea food.

The American Bar inside the hotel, serves drinks and snacks between 11am and midnight. The Pool Bar is open on the terrace during the summer months so you can enjoy a cool drink beside the pool.

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
Location in resort
  • Longitude: 14.3674182
  • Latitude: 40.6241645
  • Location Description:
    • Central location in Sorrento 
    • 700 metres to Piazza Tasso 
    • 750 metres to Marina Grande
    • 1.2 kilometres to Sorrento train station
    • 1.2 kilometres to the SITA Bus Station
    • 1.2 kilometres Marina Piccola ferry/hydrofoil terminal 

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