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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.
Bellevue Syrene

Bellevue Syrene Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Dating back to 1820, the historic Bellevue Syrene is a romantic, luxury hotel perched on a cliff in Sorrento. The hotel has two restaurants and 50 beautiful rooms, which are either sleek and modern or baroque and elaborate in design with balconies overlooking the Gulf of Naples. Guests looking for a decadent experience won’t be disappointed. There are a lot of perks offered by the hotel including free snacks and cocktails throughout the day, a seasonal private sunbathing deck on the sea, and breakfast served on an ocean-view terrace.
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.
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.
Grand Hotel la Pace

Grand Hotel la Pace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Grand Hotel la Pace is fairly new (opened in 2001) but has the classical, distinctly European flavor of the Continent's older grand hotels, with extravagant chandeliers and heavy drapes. It features an expansive marble lobby, a formal restaurant and two bars, a large fitness center, and spa. An expansive circular pool offers sweeping views of the sea, Mt. Vesuvius, and Naples. Rooms are pleasingly decorated, and many have balconies and sea views. Although the hotel has a wide array of amenities and an elegant feel, it's not in the league of genuine luxury hotels like the similarly rated Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento proper. A stay here is for those who want an upscale, amenities-filled experience in a quieter setting, not far from Sorrento and its attractions.
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.


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