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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.
Hotel Parco dei Principi

Hotel Parco dei Principi Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The stylish Hotel Parco dei Principi was built in the early 1960s, retaining modernist design elements and striking graphic decor augmented by an impressive location perched above the sea. The hotel is on the outskirts of the town of Sorrento; the town center is about a 15-minute walk away. Guests have commented favorably on the attractiveness of the grounds and the stunning views as well as the cleanliness of the property.
Hotel La Pineta

Hotel La Pineta Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The elegant, upscale Hotel La Pineta is the best option in the quaint village of Acciaroli. Though the hotel is a smaller property with just 44 guest rooms, travelers love the central location, private beach, and chic, sophisticated decor. The restaurant serves Mediterranean-style lunch and dinner, as well as a specialized children’s menu, and a small outdoor pool and whirlpool are surrounded by a spacious patio with attractive seating. Although this property is slightly more expensive than some of its nearby competitors, most will find that the gorgeous surroundings, free breakfast, and quaint rooms are worth the small extra cost.
M Gallery Palazzo Caracciolo

M Gallery Palazzo Caracciolo Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Once the home of the king of Naples, the Palazzo Caracciolo now houses an upscale boutique that is part of the MGallery Collection of Accor Hotels. The stylish, contemporary interiors are a striking counterpoint to the historic architecture. The 139 rooms feature all-white decor with silver accents, modern bathrooms with black and cream tiling, and solid amenities, such as flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and free Wi-Fi. The lovely cloister is a favorite among guests for a quiet drink at night, and the Mediterranean restaurant is a solid pick for those who wish to sample regional cuisine. But the fitness center is off-site, and guests have to pay a fee to use the facilities. While its central location offers easy access to the historic parts of Naples, the hotel’s immediate neighborhood is somewhat dilapidated and feels dangerous to some.
Tenuta Torre Gaia

Tenuta Torre Gaia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Tenuta Torre Gaia sits on nearly 250 acres of gorgeous grounds with gardens, a vineyard, terraces, a sparkling pool, and a charming courtyard patio for alfresco dining. The multilingual staff is quite willing to give personalized tours of the winery and cellar, and wine can be purchased in a lovely little shop on the premises. Repurposed from an early 20th century country manor, the exterior gives one a sense of history, but the interiors -- though not without charm -- are a bit basic considering the hotel's advertised four-star status. Still, guests rarely complain as rates are reasonable given the setting, and with just 12 rooms guests get plenty of personalized attention. Just note that the ballroom is popular for weddings, so weekends may be busy. It's also worth considering the more upscale Aquapetra Resort & Spa, 40 minutes to the north, thought rates there are typically a bit higher.
Grand Hotel La Favorita

Grand Hotel La Favorita Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 85-room Grand Hotel La Favorita combines gorgeous Renaissance beauty with contemporary comforts and decor. The property's central location in Sorrento makes it ideal for those wishing to explore the town on foot, take a boat tour to islands, or grab public transport. (With fee parking and high pedestrian traffic, the locale is less ideal for those with cars.) Lemon tree gardens are beautiful and relaxing, while the rooftop deck, complete with sparkling pool and bar, have a more lively and modern feel. Clientele tends to be mostly couples taking advantage of the romantic atmosphere. One downside is the lack of fitness facilities or spa services one would expect at a hotel of this category.
BEST WESTERN Hotel La Solara

BEST WESTERN Hotel La Solara Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Guests rave about the helpfulness of the staff at the 58-room Best Western Hotel La Solara. Proof of the chain hotel’s happy customers is in the pictures of returning guests featured on a wall in the restaurant. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the center of Sorrento, but a free shuttle is available. There is an inviting restaurant serving Campania cuisine and a breakfast buffet, a big outdoor pool with deck facing the Bay of Naples, and an outdoor garden with lemon trees and a foosball table. One alternative closer to the city center is Antiche Mura Hotel.
Maison Tofani

Maison Tofani Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 12-room Maison Tofani is an intimate four-pearl boutique in the historic center of Sorrento. There aren't any sea views from rooms, but surrounding cobblestone streets lead to nearby restaurants, shops, museums, and cathedrals. Past guests rave about excellent service and the free daily breakfast. There isn't an on-site restaurant though the wine cave offers tastings with cheese and charcuterie. Rooms are spotlessly clean and stylish; some have balconies and whirlpool tubs, though views can vary. If water views and access to the Mediterranean Sea are must haves, check out Maison La Minervetta but prepare for substantially higher prices.
Relais Blu Belvedere

Relais Blu Belvedere Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 11-room Relais Blu Belvedere is an upscale boutique in the village of Marciano-Termini with gorgeous sea views. The hotel has an infinity pool open during the summer and there's a gourmet restaurant on-site serving land and sea tasting menus. All rooms -- breezy and modern with white and blue decor -- have sea views. The outdoor terrace -- also decorated in mostly white with accents of marine blue -- is effortlessly stylish, and an ideal spot for a drink overlooking the Gulf of Naples and Isle of Capri. The hotel is less than a 30-minute drive from Sorrento.
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.

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  • Kid-Friendly
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
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Locations

  • Acciaroli
  • Agropoli
  • Amalfi
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Benevento
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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