Hotels Sorrento Coast

| Hotel on the Sorrento Coast among the hotels in the Sorrento Peninsula near Naples


The Hotel Eden is located just a few steps from Piazza Tasso and lively Piazza Lauro, surrounded by a luxuriant garden in the ideal location for visiting Sorrento and the many itineraries for discovering the Sorrento Peninsula, the water shed between the Gulfs of Naples and Sorrento, with Punta Campanella, which separates the Costiera Sorrentina from the Costiera Amalfitana.
Sorrento is very well served by public transportation, both by land, with the light rail line, the Circumvesuviana (station just 50 meters from the Hotel Eden), which connects with Naples in an hour, the excavations at Pompei in half an hour and those of Ercolano in 50 minutes, and by sea, with the direct Naples - Sorrento hydrofoil (35 minutes) and the Metrò del Mare that, from Porto di Marina Piccola (where the hydrofoils leave for Capri and Ischia), 1 km from the Eden, with numerous navigation lines reaches Naples in 40 minutes, Positano in a half hour and Amalfi in an hour. The CTP buses for tourists provide a 24 hour connection between Porto di Marina Piccola, Circumvesuviana, Piazza Tasso and the hotels.

The birthplace of Torquato Tasso, Sorrento has been frequented by artists and writers since the days of the Gran Tour. Among others, Byron, Goethe and Sten dhal chose to live here for its gentle climate and the romantic beauty of its landscapes, defined by the contrast between the yellow of the tuff coast which descends steeply to an intense blue sea and the panorama that spans from Capri to Vesuvius, between luxuriant hills of Mediterranean thatch and Sorrento's citrus groves.
Even today, Sorrento preserves a timeless fascination, enriched by a pinch of modernity, especially in the summer, when the prestigious musical seasons of the lovely Cloister of San Francesco attract a culture and refined public.

Sorrento's origins are very ancient, first Greek and then Roman. Today, you can still recognize the main street, the Roman decuman, that crosses the minor lanes where you can see the Basilica of Sant’Antonino, with its many picturesque "ex voto" offerings of sailors and fisherman grateful for surviving shipwrecks, the Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea (Decorative Arts Museum), devoted to the popular craft of inlaid wood, the Romanesque Cathedral, the Sedile Dominova, a refined 15th-century construction where the nobles once met to discuss the city's administration and the Museo Correale di Terranova which houses a very interesting collection of paintings and everyday objects of the Campania tradition from the 16th to the 17th century in the rooms of Villa Correale, which is surrounded by a splendid citrus grove and a spectacular terrace overlooking the sea. There is also the enchanting Vallone dei Mulini, behind Piazza Tasso, a deep tuff ravine that once had mills that ground flour for Sorrento and neighboring towns.
Via San Cesareo is the street for shopping, with stores and boutiques where you can choose from colorful artistic ceramics, objects made of inlaid wood, worked coral, refined lace and embroidery and gastronomic delicacies: limoncello, delizie al limone (the traditional Sorrento sweet), Provolone del Monaco, Trecce di mozzarella and extra-virgin olive oil.

Hotel Eden
Via Correale, 25 - 80067 Sorrento (NA)

How to reach us

By plane

The closest airport to the ’Hotel Eden is Naples Capodichino International Airport, which is 50 km from Sorrento.
We recommend that our guests take the Curreri bus that leaves from the small square in front of the terminal at 09:00, 11:30, 13:00, 14:30, 16:30, 19:00.
Get off at the last stop (Piazza Tasso in Sorrento). From Piazza Tasso, follow Via Correale for a few meters to the hotel, which will be on your right. Upon request, the front desk can arrange a private transfer from the airport to the hotel.

By ship

The direct Naples-Sorrento hydrofoil operates all year round and reaches Sorrento in just 35 minutes; from May to October, there is also the Metrò del Mare, which connects the two ports in 40 minutes.
From Molo Beverello in Napoli take the direct hydrofoil or the Metrò del Mare (MM3 line) and get off at Porto di Marina Piccola in Sorrento. Then, take a CTP line bus for Piazza Torquato Tasso, where you will get off. Take Via Correale on the right side of the piazza; the hotel is 100 meters, at 25.

By train

From anywhere, arrive at the Naples Piazza Garibaldi train station. From here, take the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento and get off at the end (the trip takes about 1 hour). From the station, the hotel is just a 5 minute walk: when you reach Corso Italia, turn left and at no. 176, you'll find the secondary entrance to the Hotel Eden. Continuing on Corso Italia towards Piazza Tasso and turning to the right in Via Correale, you will reach the main entrance.

By car

From either north or south, take the A3 Napoli - Salerno motorway, following the directions for the Penisola Sorrentina until the exit for Castellammare di Stabia. Then follow state highway SS 145.
You will pass through the towns of Vico Equense, Meta, Piano di Sorrento and Sant’Agnello before arriving in Sorrento. The Hotel is at Via Correale 25, near Piazza Tasso (the main piazza of Sorrento).

Hotel Eden s.r.l. | Via Correale, 25 - 80067 Sorrento (NA), Italia | Tel. 0039 081 8781151 Fax 0039 081 8072016 | P.IVA 02539731212 |