Sorrento hostels provide budget travelers with some great places to stay while visiting the Campania region. They are known for their low rates, and some pretty good amenities are often part of the deal. As for what to do if the hostels in Sorrento are already booked, there are several cheap hotels in town as well. Thanks to well-established train and bus routes, getting to and from Sorrento shouldn't be difficult or expensive when staying at an outside hostel.
Anyone who is interested in finding a cheap hostel in Sorrento Italy might start with the Youth Hostel Sorrento. Found east of the downtown core in the village of Sant'Agnello, this hostel at Via San Vito, 61 enjoys a great location. When guests aren't out enjoying the area attractions, they can stroll through the Youth Hostel citrus garden, which just so happens to feature a small outdoor pool during the peak summer season. Other features include free Wi-Fi, a communal guest kitchen that is well-equipped, a café, a bar, and a common room with a TV. Also worth highlighting is the fact that breakfast is included in the rates, and families with kids are likely to appreciate the outdoor play area for children.
When it comes down to location, the Hostel Le Sirene (pictured) is hard to pass up. Situated at Via degli Aranci, 160, this very affordable lodging establishment offers exceptionally easy access to the downtown core, Marina Piccola, and Marina Grande. An excellent location isn't the only thing to like, however. The rooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes, thus allowing travelers to better choose something that suits their needs, and all of them have private bathrooms with showers. Both bed linens and breakfast are included in the rates. Towels are available for a nominal fee. As for general facilities, the Hostel Le Sirene offers an Internet access station, a bar, a guest kitchen, a communal room with satellite TV, a 24-hour front desk.
Also enjoying a fine location near the Sorrento town center is the Ulisse Deluxe Hostel. In fact, the town's main square, which is known as Piazza Tasso, is within walking distance. Even closer is Marina Grande, so guests don't have to go far to get to a good beach, some enticing restaurants, and all kinds of other things. Access to a wellness center is something else that Ulisse Deluxe Hostel guests can enjoy, and the 50 rooms include doubles, triples, special family units, and dormitory-style accommodations. Among the common in-room amenities are air conditioning, personal safes, and mini bars. All things considered, the Ulisse Deluxe Hostel is more deluxe than your average hostel, hence the name, so it can be an especially good fit for budget-minded travelers who are interested in paying a little extra for added comfort and style.
Rounding out the choices for Sorrento hostels is the Seven Hostel. As is true of the Youth Hostel Sorrento, this value-oriented hotel calls the Sant'Agnello neighborhood home. The address is Via Iommella Grande, 99. The Seven Hostel also has something in common with the Ulisse Deluxe Hostel, and that is its relatively deluxe nature. Seven Hostel guests essentially enjoy hotel services, yet they pay prices that are more similar to what you would expect at a hostel. The best rooms are the double rooms. They feature private bathrooms, satellite TV, and balconies. Should spending as little as possible be the aim, then the simpler, communal-style dorm rooms might be a better fit. A special TV and Internet room is among the Seven Hostel facilities, as is a sleek bar/café, and the staff is happy to help guests arrange all kinds of fun activities. The boat trips to Capri are certainly worth considering, as are trips to such other regional destinations as Pompeii and Positano.