Founded in Sorrento, May 2004 with the restoration of the colonial "Ruocco" family home. It is a small building with six spacious double bedrooms and amini apartment in the beautiful lemon garden.
All the bedrooms including the mini apartment are complete with en suite bathroom, shower, air conditioning, mini bar, television, personal safe and Balcony. Your hosts at Il Roseto want you to feel at home, so Tonino, Mariella, Michele under the guidance of Sig. Guiseppe will wish you a warm and friendly welcome and provide you with the same hospitality awarded to friends of the family.
Sorrento coast, with its vineyards, olive trees and citrus plantation is, since '700, one of the more prestigious tourist destinations in Italy and in the world.
Impossible to come in Italy and not to visit Sorrento Peninsula, in fact, for its beauty and Mediterranean climate it has been for a long time destination of the international jet set. History, art, culture and nature melt it as in any other place in the world.
On a sunny tufaceous balcony that sheer drop from the cliff to the sea, to north of the Lattari mountains, the town of Sorrento extends him among rich gardens and vast citrus plantation. An enchantment that for a long time surprises and induces to return to visit it. As the Sirens of the ancient Greek enchanted the sailors, so the modern Sorrento enchants all of his visitors.
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Hotel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour reception
- Air Conditioning
- Bicycle parking
- Breakfast Included
- Free Parking
- Hair Dryers
- Internet Access
- Safety Deposit Box
- Swimming Pool
- Tours/Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Sorrento is easily reached by car, train, and bus or by sea. For the journey by car from the north, take the motorway A1 Rome - Naples.
If you are travelling from the south take the A16 motorway Bari -Naples then the A3 and exit at Castellammare di Stabia and follow the SS Sorrentina 145 along the coast and brings you directly to us..
If you arrive in Naples by train (Ferrovie) at the central station in Piazza Garibaldi, you can connect to the Circumvesuviana line, which goes directly to Sorrento from Naples. The trains leave around every 30 minutes and in just over an hour arrive in Sorrento. Leave the train at the penultimate stop of S. Agnello and a few minutes on foot you arrive at Il Roseto.You can found the time-table of Circumvesuviana line at this URL