It is 10 minutes' walk from Sorrento's central square, Piazza Tasso, and is surrounded by Sorrento's most characteristic shops and narrow streets.Hotel Information Please note that the city tax has to be payed for adults over the age of 18 and will only be charged for a maximum of 7 nights.The Museum of Capodimonte holds collections of paintings, drawings and prints, photographs, porcelains, arms and armors, works of decorative arts, and tapestries.Sculptures on view includes pieces from the Renaissance to the early 19th century, including some works by Antonio Canova; while most of the antique sculptures of the former Bourbon Royal collection are now of view at the in Naples.Furthermore, the Palace of Capodimonte, its decorations, and its park are artworks in themselves, and an integral part of the visit to the museum.
They are all air-conditioned and feature a minibar, satellite TV and a private bathroom with hairdryer.
In 1896, the Doccia (Ginori) factory was merged with the Milanese company and thus began the Richard-Ginori period.
Since the 1920s other companies have made and marketed items as Capo-di-Monte.
Breakfast is a hot and cold buffet, while drinks and snacks are available from Gli Ulivi and L'Agrumeto bars with outdoor seating areas.
Le Ginestre offers Neapolitan specialities at dinner.
When booking more than 6 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.