Bellevue Syrene is the first to become a zero waste five-star hotel

The new frontier of luxury hospitality invites guests to participate in a future of well-being and respect. For themselves and for the environment.
 
Sustainability is not an option, it is a value worth endorsing and sharing. First of all, with our guests. These are small actions that make a difference but require a profound awareness of what each of us can do for the environment. Because Luxury can be responsible without losing any of its charm, but also gaining in terms of customer satisfaction.
Here’s what we do to reduce the environmental impact of our hotel as much as possible.
We have achieved 85% recycling, we have eliminated most of the single-dose products, and we purchase products in large packages to minimize the impact of packaging. We recycle corks and clothes which are left behind by our customers are donated to local non-profit organizations. Soaps left in the bathrooms of the rooms are reused in staff bathrooms and those in the common areas.
Our staff, adequately trained to make every management aspect of the structure sustainable, use concentrated products for cleaning and thanks to the use of glass containers and water dispensers, we have eliminated plastic bottles.

All of us at Bellevue Syrene have enthusiastically joined this new philosophy, and we will be happy to provide guests with all the information on the sustainability project that we endorse with the precious contribution of “Hotel Rifiuti Zero”.

Breakfast in Villa Pompeiana

Villa Pompeiana is a magical location to start a day of relaxation and wellbeing, to charge yourself with beauty and positivity.
 
The Villa Pompeiana is an almost perfect reproduction of the house of the Vetti in Pompeii, built at the beginning of the 20th century by the English collector William Waldorf Astor. In this enchanting setting, which reveals the deep bond that the Villa has with its millennial history, overlooking the sea of the Mermaids, breakfast becomes the first of a series of wellness and satisfying events.

The gastronomic proposal for breakfast satisfies all tastes. Cakes, pastries, brioches and croissants, fragrant bread, delicious omelettes, coffee, fresh-squeezed juice and much more, for a rich, colourful and energetic international breakfast.
The mild temperature of the coast allows you to enjoy breakfast outside until late autumn. For the cooler days, the Mimmo Iodice room, with its windows framing the Gulf, welcomes its guests by offering them the fascinating view of the winter sea.

A careful and discreet service, meticulous care in the preparation of the buffet show the importance that the hotel gives to breakfast, the first step of a perfect day.

Hiking to Punta Campanella

A corner of paradise suspended in history, a magical place of eternal beauty.
 
More and more lovers of trekking and nature walks do not give up on one of the most suggestive itineraries in the region, also suitable for beginners, which starts from Termini and offers the chance to try a more demanding route, which goes up to Monte San Costanzo. The reward is to admire breath-taking views, where the sky and the sea of the Mediterranean become one and you can breathe the ancestral charm of a mythical land that is still able to surprise those who venture for these paths with their eyes and heart open to beauty.

Only the sea separates the tip of the Sorrento Peninsula from the very close island of Capri, it almost feels as if you could touch it simply by extending your hand. It is the same sea crossed by Ulysses, the same sky crossed by the song of the Sirens, it is a small world crystallized in time, where it seems to echo the voice of the heroes and gods and we find the deepest and most authentic nature of man it is completed when you are immersed and surrounded by nature.

The very name of Punta Campanella refers to a historical event. The coast was vulnerable to Saracen raids, as proven by the presence of a watchtower dating back to the 14th century. A Saracen ship dropped a bell to the sea bottom taken from the church of Sant’Antonino. Since then, legend has it that every year on the 14th of February, the feast of the saint, the tolling of the bell resounds at the bottom of the sea.

The history of the site, however, is much older. The path of Punta Campanella was, in fact, a Roman road that led to the temple of Minerva, a former temple of Athena. Legend has it that it was erected by Ulysses to thank the goddess of having saved him from the song of the Sirens, inhabitants of the islands of Li Galli. Along the ridge of rock, at sea level, an ancient inscription in Oscan, a pre-Roman language, indicated to ships where to moor to offer libations to the goddess.

The lightest route takes about two hours, for a length of 4 km. The most challenging variant for Monte San Costanzo, on the other hand, leads to a height of 485 m above sea level. The route is dotted with indications painted on the rock by the CAI, the Italian Alpine Club.