Hotel Parco Del Sole
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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This outdoor pool is an ideal place to relax with its sun terrace aligned with sunbeds. It's open from April to the end of October, too.
Alexandra international restaurant►
You'll find local and international cuisine on offer here. Just so you know, gentlemen are kindly asked to wear full-length trousers for dinner.
Pool snack bar►
Light lunches from 12.30pm 'til 2pm are available at the pool snack bar if you feel peckish.
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We booked a ‘Pearls of the Amalfi’ tour with Voyage Prive . It was the first and last time we will use this company. This hotel has kerb appeal but that’s all unfortunately. Some nice people work at this hotel but it is Very jaded, dirty, poor quality rooms. I dreaded coming back to the hotel and did not feel I could relax. Pool terrace in need of a lot of attention. I would not be happy with the children’s play area if this had been relevant to me, dirty and dangerous! The food was bland and unappetising so we ate out despite being ‘all inclusive’.More
Not the best.
Apologies. Here is rest of my review. The hotel bar was closed on our arrival and this was a theme for the rest of the week, where, all inclusive, the main bar area was closed until 6.30pm, opening half an hour before restaurant opened. Not a minute before. Otherwise, you had to take a drink in grubby plastic containers on the pool area. We had to wear coats the eevening until hotel relented and opened main bar earlier on last but one day. Lunchtime food was awful. Such a shame that salads were left open and uncovered. Thee were flies in abundance and no attempt was made to deal with this problem. I saw wasps frequently landing in the salads too. Bar staff were surly and as that this was the last week of the hotel being open, were demob happy. One afternoon, bar staff were singing football songs whilst match was being shown under the bar counter. The pool area needed a good hose down to remove build up of algae built up in places The food at evening meal was excellent....always a wonderful pasta on offer with delicious meats. Plentiful and varied. We really enjoyed this although, here comes another moan, we found the wine totally undrinkable...tart and acidic, both white and red. The room was okay if you accept that this is an older hotel and that some of the features would be dated. The bath was an old ceramic type with huge taps and was quite fun to use. Room had vivid yellow floor times. There was an odd smell in the corner of the bedroom....won’t go into that any further. More
Birthday treat for hubby
Just coming to the end of a 4 night all inclusive stay at this lovely hotel in Sant’Agnello in Sorrento Southern Italy and me and hubby Terry have had a great time with really good friendly and helpful staff gorgeous setting and good food.The only downside has been the weather with lots of rain nobody’s fault and it did not dampen our enjoyment of the place or the holiday but it was really nice and sunny the day we took a trip to The beautiful Amalfi Coast with our tour guide Angie who by the way had some fantastic knowledge of the area that includes Positano Amalfi and Ravello and we also went into Sorrento and had a trip to Pompeii and almost up to the crater at Vesuvious although fog blocked our last kilometre to the top but still had a fantastic day out all the same. It has been a wonderful value for money experience at £299 per person with Travel Zoo and Citrus Holidays and I would recommend to anyone.More
Staff and management
Just returned from a four night stay with my husband and friends. We had a really good deal and we all enjoyed it. The hotel is clean and tidy, very good selection of food and drink and the staff are all very pleasant with a welcome smile. Our enjoyment was made even better when management became aware that we were celebrating my husbands birthday on Saturday evening. They prepared a very nice table with a flower for my husband and I and also included a good bottle of Prosecco. This was followed by a candle on a cake. Thank you Viola for making it a special evening for us. Victoria WilsonMore
Great hotel for the price
We booked to stay here for a 4 night break having secured a really good deal. We arrived on 31st October which was the last day of the holiday season so the hotel was starting to wind down its services hence the good deal. Firstly, the hotel itself- its in a good location about 20 mins walk into town and the hotel run a shuttle bus which is free. it’s a little in need of updating in places but nothing too much. It was clean and comfortable. Some rooms have a little balcony, ours didn’t but that didn’t matter. it was clean and well kept with good air con. The bed was big, clean and very comfortable and the sheets were changed daily. There were fresh towels every day and we always came back to a clean tidy room. The hotel has an impressive lobby and big bar area. The pool is very big and looked well kept with loads of space around it with plenty of loungers but as we visited at the end of the season it was only open our first day. The food was pretty good. We had lunch outside the first day.. buffet style. We ate out the other lunch times as we weren’t in the hotel then- There was however the chance to get a packed lunch made up to take out. That was the last day of the season so I think other lunches would have been served indoors. We had breakfast (hot breakfasts and continental style) and dinner each day in the hotel. Lots of choice, again buffet style and the food was constantly topped up. Don’t expect gourmet cooking but the food was good. I can’t fault the staff. The reception staff were friendly and very helpful, the bar staff and waiting staff in the restaurant were lovely and the domestic staff kept the place clean and tidy. If your expecting perfection, this place isn’t perfect but for the price we paid it was great. We would stay there again if we visited Sorrento. More
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