Relais Blu

Relais Blu
Massa Lubrense

Get away from it all to a room with a view on the tip of the Sorrentine peninsula

  • Best For Couples, Honeymoon
  • Rooms 11
  • Highlights Some of the most inspiring views of the Amalfi Coast - you won’t want to bat an eyelid!

    This luxury hotel wraps you in polished comforts: Michelin dining, panoramic Cocktail & Loung Bar, impeccable service and jaw-dropping stylish bedrooms.
  • Holiday Offers 5 nights from £ 930 per person on BB and including fully comprehensive car hire

Relais Blu

Suspended between the deep blue sky and the crystal-clear blue sea, this sugar-cube styled hotel combines fresh design and dazzling Mediterranean colour.

The hotel’s position at one of the most panoramic points on the very tip of the Sorrentine peninsula is as close to picture-perfect as possible.

The pool and terrace bar look directly on to the sea with amazing views of the island of Capri.

Ideal for honeymooners and escapists, this place is built for indulgence.

Set in lush Mediterranean gardens in the heart of the Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella, the Relais Blu is in a get-away-from-it-all location about 3km from the hamlet of Termini and about 10km from Sorrento.

A car is essential to get around but during the summer months, the roads can get a bit congested so it's better to get a transfer from the airport and hire one locally for couple of days. Scooters are also a fun way to get around.

From the Relais Blu a network of lanes and coastal footpaths winds through olive groves to crowd-free coves and crags.
Facilities
  • Vegetarian menu / Gluten free
  • Michelin starred restaurant
  • Infinity pool and terrace bar with breathtaking views of Capri
  • Several private beach lidos within easy reach
  • WI-FI internet access
  • All rooms with sea view, some with a garden others with a terrace

Rooms

Each of the 11 rooms of the Relais Blu Belvedere is tastefully decorated, with white open spaces, parquet flooring and a welcoming mix of classic and modern furniture.

The Double Superior with sea view have large windows 

The Double Deluxe rooms have a private balcony or garden.

SPECIAL sea view are slightly different from each other, one offering a separate double bath tub overlooking the sea, with a view of Capri in a glazed corner, or with the double bed perfectly positioned in front of the spectacular panoramic window.
Room Facilities
  • Room size from 40mq. to 60mq
  • Air conditioning
  • Wireless Internet
  • Minibar
  • Whirlpool
  • Safe
  • Satellite TV

Hotel Restaurant

A choice of innovative Mediterranean dishes with a Michelin starred signature ensures the continued popularity of the restaurant with both hotel guests and non-residents alike. 

The breakfast is served until 10am but it can be ordered as room service up to 11.30am.

Gluten free and vegetarian diets are well catered for.
Other Restaurant Nearby
If you do want to eat out, there are a few of good restaurants nearby ranging from typical Italian trattorias to Michelin-starred restaurants. Car is essential but some restaurants offer free transfers.

Location

Set in lush Mediterranean gardens in the heart of the Marine Reserve of Punta Campanella, the Relais Blu is in a get-away-from-it-all location about 3km from the hamlet of Termini and about 10km from Sorrento.

A car is essential to get around but during the summer months, the roads can get a bit congested so it's better to get a transfer from the airport and hire one locally for couple of days. Scooters are a fun way to get around.

From the Relais Blu a network of lanes and coastal footpaths winds through olive groves to crowd-free coves and crags.

Capitan Cook is a private beach club which can be reached via a steep narrow road. The club also provides a shuttle service from and to the Relais Blu. The beach clubs of Baia delle Sirene and Sassi are found a few minutes drive.

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