Amalfi Coast Hotels
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Santa Caterina Hotel

Santa Caterina Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

While most of the Amalfi hotels can claim excellent views across the coast, the 66 room-and-suite Santa Caterina Hotel has got five-star features, harmonious antique style, and fragrant gardens. Guests can take advantage of the wellness center, exclusive swimming pool access, and gym. Dining options range from the elegant Restaurant Santa Caterina to the more casual Al Mare eatery, along with an expansive wine cellar. A half-mile from Amalfi, people looking to stay directly in town may want to check out the three-star Hotel L'Antico Convitto instead.
Le Sirenuse Hotel

Le Sirenuse Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

One of the priciest hotels in Positano, this luxury boutique is also perhaps the most beautiful and it lives up to its upscale reputation with pristine grounds, thoughtful free extras (like snacks and boat trips), and a renowned restaurant. Rooms feature antique furniture and modern appliances, but some are small and/or noisy. That said, it's an excellent choice for those who can afford it and seek a central location, gorgeous spa, and spectacular views from all around.
Il San Pietro di Positano

Il San Pietro di Positano Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A member of the Relais & Chateaux luxury fellowship and possibly the most expensive hotel in Positano, Il San Pietro has enormous rooms with spacious terraces overlooking the sea, an elevator with access to a private cove beach, an on-site luxury spa, and a Michelin-starred restaurant. The downside is that it is not within easy walking distance to town, but a free shuttle can take you there 24/7.
NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi

NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Part of the NH Collection chain, the Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi is housed in a stunning, gorgeously restored medieval monastery dramatically situated on the Amalfi Coast, just minutes from the harbor and the town of Amalfi. The 53 rooms all have panoramic views of the sea, modern design, free Wi-Fi, minibars, terra-cotta floors, and lovely marble bathrooms, but they can be small. An infinity pool is carved into the natural cliff. Features include a spa, a restaurant, and a poolside bar. Guests looking for lower rates might consider the Floridiana Hotel.
Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa

Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Luxurious and romantic, the Monastero Santa Rosa is a luxury boutique property with spectacular sea views, a high-end spa, a beautiful pool, a small outdoor gym, and fine and casual dining on-site. All rooms and suites look out onto the sea and some have spacious terraces. Although some past guests have mentioned wishing for more variety at the restaurant, the hotel overall does an excellent job of creating an enchanting experience for guests, so long as they can afford the high room rates.
Hotel Raito

Hotel Raito Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A well-respected hotel on Italy's Amalfi Coast, the 77-room Hotel Raito is a romantic and exclusive getaway high up on a coastal cliff. Most rooms have balconies overlooking the sea and some of the suites have whirlpool hot tubs; decor here isn't as luxe as what one may expect at an upscale property. There's also a spa on-site as well as a beautiful pool area with fantastic views of the Gulf of Salerno. Because of its romantic ambiance, the Raito is a popular wedding spot, and some guests have complained of noisy post-nuptial parties.
Covo Dei Saraceni

Covo Dei Saraceni Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Of the three high-end hotels in the vicinity, the Covo Dei Saraceni is the only one on the beach with a pool overlooking Positano Bay and the spectacular Amalfi coastline. Crowds on the beach and boats headed to and from the nearby ferry dock can be a bit noisy, but rooms overall are pretty quiet and many are equipped with private hot tubs and two balconies. Exploring the ancient cliffside town involves a walk uphill, but the return trip is always downhill. There are three restaurants (including a brasserie with delicious pizza), and a gelateria, and though the Covo may be the most expensive hotel in the area, many guests feel it’s worth it.
Hotel Olimpico

Hotel Olimpico Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 44-room beach hotel is located in a beautiful spot, with a private beach across the road and a large pretty pool, but the area is a bit deserted. There’s nowhere to walk, but guests can take the hotel’s free shuttle to Salerno and the Salerno train station -- where they can connect to ferries to Amalfi and Positano, and trains to Naples and Pompei -- or bring a car; parking is free. Amenities include a large outdoor pool, free buffet breakfast, tennis courts, a bar, and a restaurant serving local specialties. Rooms have minibars, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi, and many have private balconies with incredible ocean views.
Hotel Marincanto

Hotel Marincanto Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With beatiful sea views, the cliffside Hotel Marincanto scores plenty of points for ambiance. Rooms and suites have king beds and balconies, many with sea-facing views. Suites also have whirlpool hot tubs, but overall room decor is bland. On-site features include a restaurant serving an expansive (and free) buffet breakfast, as well as a small infinity pool with ocean views. There's a beach area as well, but it's only accessible via a long flight of stairs and it's technically not private.
Positano Art Hotel Pasitea

Positano Art Hotel Pasitea Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A small 30-room Best Western-affiliated hotel resting on Positano's highest point, the Art Hotel Pasitea may have seasoned travelers questioning the hotel's advertised four-star status. While it has deluxe bedding, trendy artistic decor and design, a few in-room luxe items, and room service, the property lacks expected features like a pool, fitness center, spa services, and full-service restaurant. However, for those looking for a uniquely styled place to stay with excellent views and stairway access to the beach, it is still a great bet. Otherwise, travelers searching for the Pasitea's missing features are better served at the nearby, similarly priced, and fully four-star Hotel Poseidon.


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