Cliffside setting with oases of green and blue; property has retro feel
This 5-star hotel is housed in a three-floor tiered Mediterranean-style building of light yellow and white, the Belair has a cliffside location that showcases views of the Gulf of Naples from its pool deck, restaurant terrace, and many of its rooms. The outdoor pool gets a lot of direct sunlight, so it produces a sparkling blue color for a dramatic effect. The surrounding gardens provide shelter, shade, and pleasant seating. One area on the cliffside has a fresco painted on the rock.
Most of the rooms are rather simple in their decor, but the lobby and reception have an Old World feel, with chandeliers, a white piano, pale blue sofas, artwork, and antique cabinets. The Belair has an overall style that harkens back to its heyday in the 1950s and ‘60s. Some may find it evocative of La Dolce Vita-era Italy, while others may find the aesthetic a bit dated. The owners are planning updates.**The 49 rooms & suites of the Hotel Belair were renovated, all different and with a sea view, meet every need and offer the best for each Guest. They are distinguished by high-level facilities, different sizes, equipped balconies or terraces.
Gulf-facing location offers panoramic views, with hotel close to famed cathedral as well as other major sights
The Belair is perched on a cliff overlooking the Gulf of Naples, with a prime location for seeing the sights of Sorrento. The hotel is about a 15-minute walk from the Cathedral of Sorrento, with the Piazza Tasso and Basilica di Sant'Antonino only slightly further away by foot. The Sorrento train station is southeast of the hotel, as is The Dali Universe, a 10-minute walk away. The ferries to Naples and Amalfi Coast depart from the dock one and a quarter miles east. For longer excursions by car, Pompeii is about a 45-minute drive north, while the drive to Mount Vesuvius is about an hour and 15 minutes. Naples International Airport is about an hour north of the hotel as well.
Simple units with free Wi-Fi; most rooms have balconies
The Belair has 49 rooms on three floors. Most rooms are quite simple, with bare white walls, tile floors, and beige or white bedding. Spaces all come with individually controlled air-conditioning, mini-bars, in-room safes, free Wi-Fi, and wall-mounted flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Not all rooms have coffeemakers, and irons and ironing boards are by request only. Suites have sitting areas and bathrobes and slippers. The Senior Suite has an elegant feel, with period furniture and a jetted tub cut into the rock of its terrace. All rooms except one have a balcony or terrace with views of the Gulf of Naples, plus a table and wrought-iron chairs.
Freshwater infinity pool with sun terrace, Roof Bar Oblivion, and restaurant with outdoor dining
The Belair has a wide array of facilities, topped by a rectangular freshwater infinity pool with a sun terrace decked out with lounge chairs, parasols, and towels (for a fee). The restaurant, bar, and infinity pool offer panoramic views of the Gulf of Naples. The buffet breakfast (for a fee) is ample and lunch is served on the terrace or in the poolside bar. The restaurant serves modern and traditional Mediterranean cuisine for dinner, with an emphasis on fare from the region around Sorrento. Candlelight dinners can be taken on the terrace.
À la carte restaurant Calypso
The care and enhancement of locally grown ingredients are the identity elements of the Calypso Restaurant. Sorrento classic dishes are creatively revised and transformed into a delicate and modern cuisine, seeking the perfect mixture with traditional flavors.
A team of professionals is ready to welcome you and recommend the best combinations for ensuring an unforgettable food and wine experience.
From traditional to vegetarian meals, all the dishes are designed by the Chef Stefano Ruocco according to seasonality of raw materials and proposed in the daily and à la carte menu. Dinner is served on a romantic terrace and in the elegant internal hall both overlooking the wonderful Gulf of Naples and the Vesuvius.
Roof Bar Oblivion
Suspended above the sea of the magical Gulf of Sorrento, Oblivion is the elegant Roof Bar of the 5-star Hotel Belair. From the morning espresso to the sunset Negroni, Oblivion is open all day long to the Guests and non-residents.
For the afternoon break the design internal hall and the panoramic terrace host teatime and café Gourmand, two moments of relax soften by a selection of mignon pastries.
And for the aperitivo the mixologist proposes crafted signature cocktails enriched with local products served with finger foods.
The location has a strong identity, embellished with original and modern furnishings that coexist harmoniously with design accessories. The taste for Mediterranean style finds its authentic expression here. At night, when the sea is left dazed by the sun and the coast lights up dotted by lights, the ambience becomes magical, and the Guests can experience the feeling of truly being in a unique place.
The hotel also has in-room massages and facials (for a fee), a small fitness room, a public computer station, a chessboard, and free parking. The staff can help arrange scooter, boat, car, and bike rentals, and can organize customized trips to nearby locales. Guests of the Belair can go to its sister property -- Conca Park Hotel, located 10 minutes away by foot -- and use its wellness center with hot tubs, a Turkish bath, and beauty treatments (for a fee).
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Getränkeservice am Pool
Getrennter Schlafzimmer-/ Wohnzimmerbereich
Meeting / Conference Rooms
Minibar (mit Alkohol)
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