The vast, elegant halls and lounges, sparkling with reflections from the sea, are decorated with frescoes, majolica, soft oriental carpets, period statues, old masters and priceless Sorrentine inlaid furniture. They mirror the finery, meticulous style and eye for detail that are the distinguishing marks of the entire hotel.
ÈThe 19th century former courtyard of the hotel, now a winter garden with fine exotic plants, painted in sunny colours and inundated with light, offers a warm, royal welcome to all our Guests.
The splendid "Four Seasons", its name deriving from the decoration of frescoes by Neapolitan artist G. B. De Curtis, still retains is priceless majolica flooring and leads directly on to the sea-facing terrace.
The magnificent view over the Gulf of Naples from the terrace where the world-famous song "Torna a Surriento" was written.
Designed in 1888 by English landscape artists, the garden custodies rare, centuries-old Mediterranean and sub-tropical plants. Surrounded by local citrus trees and the blooms of both old and young varieties of Camellias.