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Reviewed 11 September 2016

Poor quality room at a high price. No service.

I travel constantly and this is the worst value for money room I have stayed in for a very long time.

Sperlonga is fast becoming over expensive. We recently stayed in Cannes for less money in a beach front 45sqm room overlooking the marina. Here we stayed in a camping standard room. Really disappointing.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Paul R
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Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

Disappointing visit. Rooms not well soundproofed as we could hear the incoming message prompts on the phone in the adjoining room as well as the guest snoring. Lighting was poor making it hard to read in bed. Breakfast is not served until 8:30 requiring an alternative plan if you want an early start. While the room and property were mediocre and fine - the quality of the property should have been higher for the rate paid

Stayed: January 2016
Thank CallieSLC
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

Stayed here for two weeks beginning of June. Front/sea view room on second floor with what is actually a spectacular panoramic view over the surrounding hills/countryside and Sperlonga village. This small hotel is family owned and operated. Everyone from the kids to mum, dad and granddad help out. All really friendly and helpful and friendly. Overall only very broken English spoken but easy to get by and not a problem due to their friendliness. It was also fun trying out one word Italiano with them.

Bedrooms are basic, no frills but perfectly adequate. Terracotta tile floors, emulsion painted walls, pine furniture, plastic garden furniture on balconies/terraces. Front/sea view rooms more spacious than garden view rooms. Beds very firm and comfortable, bedding changed every few days. Small fridge in room useful for keeping drinks/fruit cool. Air con available though we didn't need it as being up a hill the place does get some nice sea breeze.

Bathrooms are internal and on smallish side but again perfectly adequate. Fully tiled in white tiles, corner shower cubicle. Showers have reasonable pressure/ flow and the water tended to be warmer in the evenings than the mornings (perhaps mainly solar heated). Plenty towels of continental 'waffle' type, changed daily. Hotel toiletries provided.

Breakfast is very Italian style (therefore appears limited in comparison with a northern European breakfast) and consisted of buffet table with various sweet cakes/croissants, bread, jam/honey portions, yoghurts, fresh tomato, one type of cold meat, one type of processed cheese, cold hard boiled eggs. Freshly made coffee (one cup included but in Italy it is normal to pay for further cups if you want more) We always had two cappuccinos each in the morning and were kindly only charged about 60cents each for the second cup which was very good value and kind). You can take breakfast inside in the dining room or out on the terrace beneath the lemon trees and enjoy the wonderful views.

The hotel is situated up a very steep hill, you need to put the car into first gear to get up the drive (maybe not suitable for anyone with walking difficulties) however the 200/250 metre climb is more than worth it for the spectacular views and peacefulness. There is ample free parking within the grounds which is a real bonus as parking in Sperlonga is very limited and if you can find a space, costs 1E per hour. You can park your car at the hotel and walk everywhere in Sperlonga or to the beaches within 15/20 minutes and it is a pleasant walk (street lamps all the way at night too).

From Sperlonga/Fondi station (about a 10 min drive away) there is one train per hour to Rome and Naples both cities being just over an hour away by train. This is the perfect base to enjoy a beautiful coastline/picturesque village/lovely beaches and yet be able to visit the big cities relatively easily. Would recommend having a car to get about the local area though as public transport is very limited. Sperlonga is a perfect base for exploring the wider area.

Will definitely return to the Belvedere and recommend it.

Room Tip: Rooms on first and second floors with sea view have the best views (especially second floor) and are more spacious than the rear facing garden view rooms (which really are cut into the side of the hill at the back so have little view at all). All have either a terrace or balcony.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 August 2018
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  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile
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Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
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