“Amazing family stay”
This resort was amazing value for money especially for a family. Lots of green grass space and fantastic pool area. 5 mins walk to train station and bus stop just across the road. Easy access to Sorrento, pompei, positano, capri we did it all in a week. Friendly and helpful staff, overall a great experience I would also highly recommend the restaurant next door the food and service was great!
02/07/2014 Joelle G
“Stunningly pretty resort”
Esperidi Resort Village, simply put, is an absolutely fantastic place to stay. The staff were very welcoming upon our arrival and were very helpful informing us about local services and transport etc. The site itself is stunning. There are plenty of small green areas of grass as well as a multitude of palm and citrus trees, which really gives the place a beautiful, peaceful and natural feel. The accommodation buildings are all very presentable and are not "squeezed together", so you have plenty of private space. The pool is a very good size and offers plenty of sun loungers in the sun, and also plenty of seating in a shaded canopy area. There's a poolside bar where you can get snacks and drinks if needed. During July and August the pool stays open til 7pm, but it closed at 6pm whilst we were there in June. During June it was very relaxing - great for soaking up some sun and reading your book! We stayed in a self-catering apartment which was truly lovely. There's a very comfortable lounge area with a small TV, a serviceable kitchenette, a shower room and separate bedroom. The kitchen wasn't quite the easiest to cook in because the gas hob was either off, 90% on or 100% on, so pasta wanted to boil over all the time. The oven/grill was also quite small but served our purposes perfectly for holiday cooking. We thought the mattress was quite hard but I guess this is personal taste. The rooms were blissfully air conditioned - perfect for summer! The location of the resort is great too. Just a 5 minute walk from the local supermarket and train station to get to Sorrento/Napoli etc. If you want to walk to Sorrento it will take ~25 minutes. Also, there's a beach just 5 minutes walk away but we didn't think it was great and it was expensive (unless you want to sit on concrete all day). If you have the patience, the beach at Positano is MUCH better and is very cheap to get to on the bus (tickets can be bought from Bar Jolly near the train station). The trains to Pompeii and Herculaneum are very cheap and are the best way to get there if you aren't fussed about a guided tour. If we ever come back to the Sorrento area we would stay here again without a seconds thought!
Jonathan M 01/07/2014
“It's worth visiting!”
We' re really glad to have spent 8 days at Esperidi Resort. Its location is fairly convenient for tourists who don't mind walking 15 minutes to the beach. The railway station and supermarkets are even nearer. The hotel swimming-pool is well-equipped and free, the limoncello gardens are peaceful and beautiful. As for the accommodation, ours was a self-catering apartment which proved to be spacious, clean and tidy. Perhaps, it lacked in some useful kitchen things: a table-cloth, a chopping board, a tin-opener etc. But on the whole, the impression was very pleasant. The staff was well-trained and respectful.We'd like to single out the receptionist Sylvie Malis. In fact, she was something special. That smart, friendly, open-hearted girl managed to settle all our problems very efficiently and in no time. Besides, her advanced knowledge of English made our communication still more enjoyable. We hope to visit this wonderful place some day again. Ekaterina and Andrey, teachers from Moscow, Russia.
“Beautiful location, walking distance to railway”
We stayed there in May this year for 6 days. It is about 15 minutes walk easy walk from Sant Angello railway station which connects you with Naples, Pompey and Sorrento. As mentioned a beautiful location in an old lemon and orange orchard. Rooms are very adequate, we had cooking facilities, not sure if all rooms do. The bathroom was small but they all are in Italy. The lady we met on arriving could not have been more helpful. She gave us many tips on finding our way around.The pool is fabulous, we had it all to ourselves to do the morning laps before picking a few lemons to help with the liver cleansing. While there do yourself a favour and catch the local bus from Sorrento railway station to Nerano Beach, one of the few free beaches.
''Beautiful settings in a lovely location''
The Esperidi Resort is a fantastic place to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings made of typical Mediterranean flora. The smell of orange flowers is inspiring, the taste of the fruit is even better. The position of the resort is great, far enough from the noisier Sorrento, but very close to its amenities and facilities. A truly naturally beautiful place with an outstanding staff that will do anything to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Bellissimo!
22 apr 2014 Sabi A