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“Excellent hotel! Beautiful, clean, convenient.” Reviewed June 2, 2010 We loved La Magnolia!! The location is excellent--it is just off the town's main square and is walking distance to the two marinas, train station and shopping.This hotel was extremely clean--spotless. Plus, it was very well decorated. Our room was huge, probably the biggest room we stayed in during our trip. It also had a mini-fridge, which was nice. The price was very reasonable as well.Breakfast was nothing spectacular, it was packaged pastries, but everything tasted good. The cappuccino was really good, though.The hotel provided train and ferry schedules, plus the restroom was well equipped with a hair dryer, extra soaps and shampoos, and plenty of towels.The one complaint I would have would be the noise. Our room was right next to a busy street, so we could hear cars, motorcycles, and even pedestrian's conversations. But the other perks more than made up for the noise.We highly recommend LaMagnolia to anyone visiting Sorrento!! Stayed May 2010, traveled as a couple
“Great Location, nice furniture, comfortable bed”” Reviewed August 22, 2010 Carlo (the manager) was helpful and friendly – his English was far better than our basic Italian tongues! He offered us a 20 euro discount for paying cash rather than credit card and at the time of booking, they were offering 1 night extra free if you booked for 7 nights or more. We suspected that Jenny (Carlo’s wife & business partner) may not have spoken English to the same degree and so she was more reserved in comparison. We found that the room was reasonably clean apart from a few mould patches in places, the air conditioning was great and completely essential for getting a good night's sleep in one of the most comfortable beds I have stayed in at a B&B. Although La Magnolia is located on a busy street just off the main square, at night with the windows shut and air conditioning on, there is relatively little noise from the outside. The shower was okay but the safety deposit box in the wardrobe did not work. One Trip Advisor Reviewer referred to the towels as 'tablecloths' but even though reasonably thin, they dried you well and provided extra exfoliation!We stayed there for just over a week and were really glad to see the back of the (fresh from a vending machine - though not literally) breakfast! This is one aspect which needs dramatic improvement; cereal, fresh fruit, yoghurt and toast would be nice! You were served a packaged Croissant and packaged French Toasts with a selection of butter and Jams in sachets. The Cappucino was certainly the culinary highlight, the fruit juice didn't taste authentic! However it was lovely to have breakfast on the shared balcony in the morning sunshine!We were informed that we had to leave the room every morning by 11am in order for a lady to clean our room which we found quite restrictive at times especially when we could have done with an hour or so extra sleep after a late night on the town!Also, there was a lot of crockery clanging each morning from about 8am which perplexed us as it sounded as though they were preparing breakfast for about 100 guests!Just outside La Magnolia is a great grocery store which sells amazing,succulent, delicious fruit which we stocked up on each morning before heading out for the day.La Magnolia is excellently located just off the main square - Piazza Tasso and approx. 10mins walk along a busy street with narrow pavements from the train station / bus stops where you can purchase tickets (from the Station shop) at reasonable prices to take you to many of the places well worth visiting beyond Sorrento including Nerano, Punta dell Campanella, Positano, Amalfi, Pompeii, Vesuvius and many more. We did a lot of walking to places near to Sorrento such as Marina di Puolo and Marine del Punto and sometimes combined this with bus trips. Stayed July 2010, traveled as a couple
“Loved La Magnolia - great service and location” Reviewed September 20, 2010 I stayed at La Magnolia with my mother on a 5 week trip to Europe. We thoroughly enjoyed Sorrento and La Magnolia. Carlo was a great host - very gracious and helpful. The hotel is in a great location with a fruit shop right outside and only a minute's walk from the centre of town. Great shopping and right near the port and train station - definitely recommend traveling via train as the port demands a good hike up a hill ( via many stairs) or a taxi ride with suitcases. We had a room with a skylight window which initially was a slight dissapointment, as you always hope for wonderous views etc as a holiday maker, however the room was great otherwise and the lack of views were very much compensated for by the excellent standard of the room and bathroom (large by Europe's satandards, well appointed, including charming wooden inlaid panelling in the doors and furniture which the area seems famous for, plus was very clean) and the great patio/balcony which we made good use of in the afternoons to blob and write diaries and read the local magazines and guide books from the hotel reception. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend La Magnolia to anyone. Carlo is a very thoughtful and helpful host. He kept an eye on the weather forcast for us when we wanted to do a day trip to Mt Vesuvius and even provided crockery and glasses for us to enjoy our takeaway pizza and local wine with on the patio...perfect!
“Charming B&B in an excellent location!” Reviewed September 28, 2010 Spent 5 nights at La Magnolia....and would go back in a heartbeat! Easy short walk from the Sorrento train station, about 1/2 block from Piazza Tasso which is the heart of town. Easy stroll to old town without having to drag your suitcase thru the busy, narrow streets of old town! Very nice antique-looking wood furnishings, wood floors, newly tiled large bathroom with a clear glass circular shower, comfortable bed, very clean. Charming terrace to enjoy your continental breakfast of cappuccino, croissants and orange juice. Hostess Jenny took very good care of us and is so pleasant and friendly. Host Carlo is very friendly too, and both of them made us feel very welcome to their town. We found this to be the perfect location! Short walk to the train station for a day trip to Pompeii, short walk to catch the bus down to the port for a day trip to Capri, & a stroll down the hill to Marina Grande. Walk 1/2 block to Piazza Tasso so you can stroll thru the town in the evening eating your gelato. Great restaurants in the old town, especially Gigino's! Be sure to take a look at the ruins in the little valley right across the street from La Magnolia. I highly recommend La Magnolia for your stay in Sorrento. Jenny & Carlo.....we hope to come back to Sorrento and we'll definitely stay at La Magnolia again!
la vostra ospitalità ha offerto al nostro cuore un infinita gamma di emozioni,colpiti dal vostro meraviglioso b&b non vediamo l ora di ritornare a respirare l aria familiare e coccolona che ci ha accompagnato per tutto il nostro meraviglioso viaggio di nozze.un abbraccio a tutti voi.a presto. luca e simona!!
La Magnolia Sorrento maggio 2009L'incanto del luogo non è una leggenda!!!Se poi si ha la fortuna di trovare un Bed and Breakfast confortevole diventa tutto perfetto; la Magnolia, situata nella centralissima piazza Tasso, offre la possibilità di spostarsi a piedi agevolmente, di avere il pargheggio per l'auto a tre metri, il pargheggio taxi nella piazza ed il servizio di linea autobus dovunque.Il B&B è dotato di camere comode,curate nell'arredamento, con ampio bagno corredato di tutto quanto occorre; tutto molto pulito e dall'atmosfera familiare.L'accoglienza del responsabile è un mix di garbo,di simpatia, cordialità e...napoletanità pura!Che dire!...il signor Carlo è decisamente "charmant".
La Magnolia bed and Breakfast -Viale Caruso,
14 (Piazza Tasso) - 80067 Sorrento (NA) ITALY
Telefono: +39.3294249120 - +39.081.8773560 - Fax +39.081.8774412
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