‘Clifftop Former Palace, Large Infinity Pool, Surrounded by Gardens’
Housed within a former 11th century palace, set on clifftops above the Amalfi Coast, Belmond Hotel Caruso has panoramic views. The property retains much of its original features and charm, with a collection of rooms and suites each with their own unique design. The two restaurants specialise in local produce to create Mediterranean dishes. There is a large outdoor infinity pool with views across the coast, a spa and fitness centre and a complimentary boat tour provided by the hotel.
‘Private Beach, Saltwater Heated Pool, Sea Views’
Nestled high atop a cliff, Hotel Santa Caterina has uninterrupted views towards the Mediterranean Sea. Converted from an old villa, this family run hotel has a variety of rooms and suites, some of which have a private plunge pool. There is a spa and wellness centre, private beach, saltwater swimming pool, and fitness centre. Dining includes two restaurants, one serving Mediterranean cuisine and the other serving fresh fish and wood-burnt pizzas.
‘12th Century Former Villa for Aristocracy, Spa, Pools & Beach Club’
Originally constructed 800 years ago, this timelessly elegant five-star was once a private villa for the bourgois and aristocrats in the Kingdom of Naples. Palazzo Alvino houses 43 rooms and suites that enjoy views of the Amalfi Coast and mountains. Rossellinis Restaurant is fine dining with Italian character, and is one of four dining venues onsite including a Lobster and Martini Bar. You’ll find a spa, pools and a seaside clubhouse – the hotel is just 20 minutes by car from Amalfi.