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accommodations in Sorrento?

Can anyone recommend a nice place to stay in Sorrento? We will visit at the end of June.

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I liked Mignon Meuble, just off Corso Italia. Big rooms, nice balconies, close to the action but still quiet. Although I can't remember the exact rates, I remember it being very reasonable for Sorrento.

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We love Hotel La Tonnarella, in Rick's Italy guide.

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try the ulisse deluxe HOSTEL. yes i know hostel is a scary word but i stayed there and here is the scoop..
best deal in all of italy, one of the best places i stayed when there and i went on a 10 day guided first class tour through trafalgar before venturing on my own for the last week..
this was built about 5 years ago as a 4 star hotel but the city wouldn't approve it so they had to go as a hostel..with hostel rates! they are all individual locked rooms.. check it out online. large beautiful rooms that you could do cartwheels across, large modern bathrooms. all for 62 euros a nite! i still cannot believe what a deal this was..i stayed last sept and it was fab!
about a 7 minute walk from the main piazza..
i rave about this place to anyone who will listen, you just cannot go wrong with the rates and beautiful and modern rooms...

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I agree with Julie's recommendation. We stayed at the Hotel Settimo Cielo ("7th Heaven"). Our quad room was a nice size and had a wonderful balcony with the most beautiful view of the coast. Also has free continental breakfast and the service was superb. Stefano arranged for us to get a ride down to the Circumvesuviana train station at 6am. Also a nice walk to one of the best restaurants: El Dolfino. I would definately stay there again.

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Ditto on the Ulisse Hostel. It was one of the nicest places we stayed on the entire trip. To me, it was a nice hotel with free wi-fi, clean comfortable beds and a good breakfast.

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We also like Mignon Mueble and echo Meredith's comments. Very quite (a biggy for us). Modest but very clean, staff was quite friendly and offered free computer use. Nice little breakfast. We had a balcony overlooking what seemed to be a high school classroom, and 2 retired teachers had a blast each morning sipping coffee remembering which side of the balcony we were on.

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We also like Mignon Mueble and echo Meredith's comments. Very quiet (a biggy for us). Modest but very clean, staff was quite friendly and offered free computer use. Nice little breakfast. We had a balcony overlooking what seemed to be a high school classroom, and 2 retired teachers had a blast each morning sipping coffee remembering which side of the balcony we were on.

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We stated at Hotel Minerva. A little on the higher side - I believe it was 160 euro per night. But I wanted a nice room with an amazing view which is what we got. The views were so beautiful of the city and Mt vesuvius. Its about a 15 minute walk into the city but once you figure out the transportation system its easier. We just always walked though.

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We stayed at Hotel Settimio Cielo (7th heaven) located on Via Capo above Marina Grande. We had a room with balcony with amazing views of the bay. There is a pool located on the upper deck which was very nice. Rooms aren't fancy but the view amazing and we would stay here again. Was in R.S. book in 2006 when we stayed here.

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Everyone has their favorites. We stayed on the directly on the cliff overlooking the blue med sea with a huge balcony jutting us out over the water. There is an elevator in the hotel that goes down all the way through the rock down to the very bottom at the sea bathing platform. Honestly it was probably the nicest hotel we've ever stayed in. The champagne breakfast by the pool and gardens was also excellent...The Grand Hotel Ambasciatori.

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I prefer staying in town, and would also recommend Mignon Meuble. Really enjoyed my stay there.

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I also stayed at the Ulisse Hostel, April '09, and it was very nice for the prices. 60 per nite, a real bargain!

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We are staying at La Tonnarella In September. It sure looks like a great place to stay.

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Just back. We stayed at Hotel Sorrento City. Great location, clean and very good breakfast. Its only two blocks from train/bus station and its pretty new.

Staff was very kind. Rooms in front have balconies and its fun to sit out and watch the street scene but it can be a little loud if you are noise sensitive.

Super market next door-two blocks from heart of Sorrento-what more could you want?

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Thanks for recommendations! We booked at Mignon Mueble. Pictures looked nice on the website and the price was right. We can't wait!!!