Four stories which tumble down the hillside towards the waters of the Mediterranean: Hotel Rivage sits in a dramatic location in the center of Sorrento, Italy just steps from the pedestrian area surrounding the main square of Piazza Tasso. A perfect location with an unforgettable view.
At Hotel Rivage, you can live the Italian vacation of your dreams. Relax in the panoramic pool overlooking the sea, indulge in drinks or a light lunch at the poolside café, and take in all the most beautiful sights of postcard-perfect Sorrento just a short walk away.
Your perfect day continues into evening, with a romantic dinner at hotel's restaurant with a view. With the stars twinkling above and the lights of the coast in the distance, you'll understand the meaning of Italy's "dolce vita".
The entry hall of Hotel Rivage welcomes you with its Mediterranean color scheme combined with an updated decor featuring modern design. Stop at the reception desk here to arrange day trips to nearby Amalfi, Capri, Positano, Pompeii, Naples, and other coastal destinations with the help of the hotel staff, who are always available for tips and suggestions.
The guest rooms at Hotel Rivage continue the Mediterranean style of the common areas, with spacious and light-filled rooms, bright colors and wooden furniture, and views of the sea or the internal courtyard.
Are you looking for something special? Book the Junior Suite, and enjoy all the beauty of Sorrento's coast from your double balcony overlooking the sea!
Great hotel for the price. We arrived in the morning and were able to leave our bags, change and go to the pool for a few hours til they were able to check us in around 1pm. The pool is perfect with... more »
Really pleasantly surprised by this lovely hotel. Great location for exploring Sorrento, on the main road BUT no excessive noise, very clean with a lovely view from the restaurant and bar area. 10... more »
My husband and I stayed 5 nights in room 106. The hotel is clean and given its location is very quiet. The location is perfect for exploring Sorrento. We walked everywhere, even to the train... more »