Welcome to the Bellevue Syrene.

Discover The House

“We love to make guests feel like home”

Bellevue Syrene’s welcoming tradition is based on the ancient vocation of this splendid land of sunshine, sea and fragrances which attract visitors from every part of the world. We want our guests to feel at home even at hundreds of miles away, and for this we like to treat them from the moment they first walk in our welcoming lobby, where they can refresh themselves using our exclusive Lounge Club service.

“We want our common areas to be welcoming and comfortable, so that our Guests can enjoy their free time.”

It is important to us that our guests feel at ease, and for this reason we love that they can freely entertain themselves in the common areas of our residence. To relax by listening to some music or reading a book, chosen between many, in our reading room or in the Winter garden, a splendid veranda with a view of the front boulevard, where you can spend your free time or relax after a stroll. The Dalì Room is ideal for guests who love chess and other board games and maybe even enjoy a smoke while playing. On the other hand, if our guests prefer to relax in the open air, charmed by the wonderful view of the Gulf of Naples and the sky of Sorrento, they can visit the Snack Corner for a drink or an appetizer to savour by the pool or the terrace La Pergola.


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“A profound passion for ancient and contemporary art which manifests itself in thousands of different ways in every area of the villa ”

Bellevue Syrene rose up on the splendid remains of a majestic villa, a home destined to the otium of the highest Roman aristocracy, among them Emperor Augustus himself. The centuries have worn out the walls which hosted important personalities, politicians, intellectuals, but that cliff on the sea, which legend tells is inhabited by mermaids, continues to charm. In 1750 the Mastrobuono counts built a house there, which in 1820 becomes a delightful hotel. Kings such as Lugwig II of Bavaria, Victor Emmanuel III, Paul of Greece, Empresses such as Eujénie de Montijo, to whom is dedicated one of the villa’s most beautiful frescos, writers such as Turgenev, Jorge, Marguerite Yourcenar, all of which, no exceptions, remained fascinated and stunned once they arrived in this place. It is the case of the English collector William Waldorf Astor who decided, at the beginning of the XX century, to bring the place back to its ancient splendour of the Roman Age, so an exact copy of the Vetti house in Pompeii was built, with frescos and blooming colonnades. Some of those places are still intact in Bellevue Syrene under the name of Villa Pompeiana.

“Art doesn't teach anything, except the meaning of life” Henry Miller

Sweet or sour...
There's enough for everyone


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