A luxurious holiday villa for the Roman emperors, an oasis of peace for the European sovereigns such as Ludwig II of Bavaria, Vittorio Emanuele III, Paul of Greece, Empress Eugénie de Montijo, a holiday rich of inspiration for artists and intellectuals of the likes of Turgenev, Jorge, Marguerite Yourcenar.
Being in love with this residence and passionate about Roman history, the English collector Lord William Waldorf Astor decided to create, at the beginning of the 20th century, in some rooms an almost perfect reproduction of Pompeii's House of the Vettii, the current Villa Pompeiana of Bellevue Syrene. Today the two rooms with the charming terrace overlooking the sea of the Land of Mermaids cheer the guests' summer breakfasts and are the romantic and evocative location that the hotel reserves for wedding banquets.
...but an actual museum house, in which findings from the Roman period along with contemporary works by talented local artists, such as the Neapolitan painter Gennaro Sardella, the sculptures and designers Riccardo Dalisi and the artist from Avellino Paolo Sandulli all harmoniously coexist, exalting each other.
Our rooms and suites perfectly represent the idea of comfort and wellness which are fundamental to the philosophy of Bellevue Syrene. Each room and suite is unique, furnished in an original way mixing old and new, contemporary designs and authentic period pieces, extreme white and sharp colours. All rooms face the sea and the Gulf of Naples, one of the most romantic views you can imagine.
An ancient and thriving land, one of the most fascinating places that the Romans used to call Campania felix.
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We want our guests to feel at home even at hundreds of miles away.
Bellevue Syrene offers its guests exclusive services which will make their stay a unique experience
The scent of the sea, the song of the waves breaking on the rocks, a timeless beauty which never stops charming with its magic.
A reinvigorating experience to relieve stress, free one’s energy and highlight the beauty which resides in each of us.
TO FEEL THE DAYS THAT GAVE LIFE
TO THE MYTH OF THE HOLIDAY IN SORRENTO.