A late 19th century liberty style villa immersed in the beautiful scenery of the Amalfi Coast, an elegant seaside residence surrounded by the perennial blue of the Mediterranean sea and sky, by luscious bougainvillea and by lovingly cultivated olive groves and fruit orchards. This is Hotel Santa Caterina of Amalfi, a special place to experience the finest of Italian hospitality and lasting sensations of wellbeing.
Le Sirenuse opened in 1951, when the Marchesi Sersale turned their summer house into a charming Hotel, overlooking the bay of Positano. Today Le Sirenuse has 58 rooms, furnished with all the comforts of a luxury hotel, while maintaining the atmosphere of a private home.
Villa Cimbrone is a historic building in Ravello, on the Amalfi coast of southern Italy, dating from at least the 11th century AD, although little of the original structure is now visible. The building was much altered and extended, using a motley collection of salvaged architectural elements from other parts of Italy and elsewhere, by Ernest William Beckett (later Lord Grimthorpe), an English politician, in the early twentieth century. The alterations were of such an extent that the building is now more pastiche than original structure. The gardens were redeveloped at the same time. The villa is now a hotel, and the gardens are open to the public.
Monastero Santa Rosa stands secluded along the famed Blue Highway near the quaint fishing village of Conca dei Marini. Centrally located, the hotel is just a 20-minute car or boat ride from the most scenic towns along this glamorous coastline—notably Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. Although the villages of the Amalfi Coast are a magnet for the wealthy with their luxury hotels and million-dollar yachts sprinkling the sea, what characterizes the region is its effortless Mediterranean simplicity—cobblestone streets, fresh seafood drizzled in olive oil, bougainvillea-covered villas, sweet citrus scents wafting from abundant lemon groves, and unrivaled views.
It all began with a passionate dream to open a hotel perched high along the breathtaking hills of the Amalfi Coast. This fervent dream combined with love, devotion and hard work resulted in the opening of the historic five-star hotel, Palazzo Sasso, in 1997. An instant success, this property became renowned for its stunning views, sophisticated decor, exceptional hospitality and awarded restaurant. Now the Amalfi Coast’s prized jewel shines even more proudly bearing, with much love and pride, the name of its founding family.Palazzo Sasso has become Palazzo Avino.
Ease into Casa Angelina's welcoming embrace, and leave a little of the world behind, safe in the knowledge that you will find the time and space to rediscover those forgotten rhythms of long days and easy nights. The timeless elegance of style and service combines with cosseting accommodation, gourmet cuisine, restorative wellness therapies and an unsurpassed location, delicately perched above the azure tranquillity of the Mediterranean.
A former 11th century palace set on cliffs beside the Amalfi Coast, Belmond Hotel Caruso seems to drift on a ‘balcony’ above the Mediterranean Sea.
It is a triumph of the restorer’s skill. Its ancient walls and fresco-covered ceilings have been carefully preserved to make it a work of art in itself.
Stroll through the terraced gardens or lounge beside the stunning infinity pool. Take a boat trip to Positano or discover Roman Pompeii. Wherever you turn, both inside the hotel and out, a world of heritage, culture and beauty awaits.
A veritable architectural masterpiece, combining luxury with technical prowess, Hotel Il San Pietro di Positano is sculpted into the cliffs overlooking the sea and the bay of Positano.
Designed so as to be in perfect harmony with the natural beauty of this unique stretch of Italian coastline, the hotel has a total of 62 rooms, all with private terraces affording stunning sea views.
The small beach at the foot of the cliff on which the hotel is built, is directly linked to the main lobby via a lift cut in to the rock. Here guests relax in the sunshine, soothed by the sound of the sea lapping the shore.
The eighteen rooms and suites of the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro are designed with taste and elegance, each with a distinctive style and a breathtaking sea view.
Among the most exclusive hotels on the Amalfi coast, Il Covo dei Saraceni Hotel and the Hotel L’Ancora both look to the future.
The result of the Savino family’s extensive experience in the hospitality sector, our hotels combine luxury and exclusivity with a precise pursuit for absolute quality.