Sorrento Region, Italy
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The Hotel Delle Palme is a gorgeous hotel set in an idyllic hamlet in the hills above Sorrento. At 400 metres above sea level, there is an abundance of fresh air and the climate is both mild and comfortable. Originally a holiday villa built in the 19th century, Hotel Delle Palme has been converted to a quaint, bespoke hotel with a family-run feel.
The hotel is blessed with a large garden, full of pines, firs, cedars and magnolias to name a few, which surround the outdoor pool. Adorned with sun loungers, parasols and free towels, there is also a poolside snack bar offering drinks and light bites throughout the day. Hotel Delle Palme’s onsite restaurant specialises in Mediterranean cuisine and features locally sourced and prepared dishes, from tender meats to delicious desserts. Outside of meal times, the restaurant serves drinks during the day.
High in the hills above the gorgeous Sorrento, Hotel Delle Palme is found in the small village of Sant’Agata sui due Golfi is part of the larger Massa Lubrense area. With its elevated position in the hills, the resort offers spectacular views over the Bay of Naples on one side and the Gulf of Salerno on the other – leading to its name which means St Agatha on the Two Gulfs. This quaint destination has a rustic charm that is still very much intact despite a number of hotels moving into the region. A perfect place for avid adventurers, there are 22 marked and well-maintained trails for those interested in hiking. The major city of Naples is just 55 kilometres away and can be reached in just over an hour’s drive. Full of metropolitan charm, the city is brimming with amazing restaurants, cafés and bars, while cultural landmarks like UNESCO-listed city centre are plentiful too. For a spot of retail therapy, visitors can head to Via Chiaia, which has something for everyone.