Quick Facts

  • Location:  Sorrento, Italy (central)
  • Bedrooms: 1
  •  Bathrooms: 1
  • Kitchen: no (communal)
  • Washer/Dryer: no
  • Air Conditioning: yes
  • Wifi: yes
  • Patio/Balcony: Juliet balcony

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Sorrento Apartment Overview

Corso38 is a modern bed and breakfast with personal history. Federica and her sister, Francesca, grew up in this apartment and transformed it into a B&B in 2019. Each of the four bedrooms is updated with a theme by color and they’ve all been thoughtfully designed and decorated by Francesca. They serve a delicious breakfast in the morning in the kitchen area, which makes you feel like you’re dining with family.


Located on the main street, Corso Italia, this apartment is close to everything and easy to get to from the train station. Federica was in constant contact to answer any questions regarding my arrival.

The Apartment

I stayed in the green room of Corso38, which Federica told me was her old bedroom. The ceilings are massive, the bed is one of the most comfortable I’ve slept on in Italy, and the design is absolutely stunning. Everything is sleek and simple, yet beautiful. The bathroom was breathtaking; it has a massive brand new shower that has an emerald green tile that is so dynamic, you’ll want to redo your own bathroom with it.


If you’re looking for a cozy place to stay in the heart of Sorrento with updated rooms and daily breakfast, you definitely need to check out Corso38.

What to Do in Sorrento

You're going to LOVE Sorrento!  During my three stays there, I've booked several experiences including a Cooking Class in Vico Equenseboat tour to Capri, and took day trips on the ferry to Amalfi and Positano.

Tours & Experiences in Sorrento

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About the Author

Hi! My name is Terry and I'm a former elementary school teacher. After 13 years in the classroom, I decided to take my side hustle of creating educational resources full-time.

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