The Most Luxurious Hotels in Amalfi Coast for Every Traveler

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The Most Luxurious Hotels in Amalfi Coast for Every Traveler
Curator’s statement

Less than 90 minutes south of Naples lies the beguiling Amalfi Coast. This stretch of coastline features some of the most beautiful towns and views in all of Italy, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea. While the coastline is named after the town of Amalfi, the following towns all fall under the Amalfi Coast umbrella: Positano, Amalfi, Ravello and Praiano, among others. I was lucky enough to explore this gorgeous coastline and use Positano as a base for my travels, while experiencing some of the best cuisine available along the Coast. Perfect for a honeymoon or anniversary, the Amalfi Coast has long attracted the jet set, and remains one of the most popular destinations in Italy today. Here are some of the top hotels in Amalfi Coast for you to consider when planning your dream Italian getaway.

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Le Sirenuse

Positano's most iconic hotel remains family-owned, full of character and always in demand.

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  • $100 hotel / resort credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Il San Pietro di Positano

Elegant, old-world style hospitality perched in the hills of Positano with endless sea views flanked by pink bougainvillea.

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  • $100 food / beverage credit.

  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

Caruso, A Belmond Hotel, Amalfi Coast

Storybook Amalfi Coast views come to life at this 11th-century former palace perched above the sea.

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  • Breakfast daily.

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Le Sirenuse (Positano)

Le Sirenuse has the honor of ranking #16 on the World’s Best 50 hotels in 2023, and is fully deserving of that rank. Jutting out on the hillside of Positano, Le Sirenuse commands a central spot in this famous town, with a gorgeous Instagram-worthy pool and terrace. For the ultimate la dolce vita, look no further. An aperol spritz while watching the sunset on the terrace never looked so good!

For: The jet-set traveler who wants to be in the center of town while experiencing all the luxury comforts.

Il San Pietro di Positano (Positano)

Ten minutes outside Positano, Il San Pietro is the perfect oasis when you need a break from the busy and bustling seaside town. Come for the gorgeous views of the Tyrrhenian Sea in luxury comfort, and stay for an incredible meal at Zass, which uses most of the organic ingredients found in their own gardens and boasts one Michelin star.

For: The discerning traveler who wants an oasis away from the hustle and bustle after a day of exploring.

Caruso, a Belmond Hotel (Ravello)

A former 11th-Century Palace perched on the cliffside of Ravello, Caruso has long been one of Amalfi Coast’s highlights. This is proof that classics never go out of style and is perfect for a base to explore the Amalfi coast. Bonus: their famous infinity pool is one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen.

For: The luxury traveler where the hotel is as much of an experience as the destination is for a completely restorative stay.

Casa Angelina (Praiano)

If you want to truly get away, Casa Angelina is your spot. Overlooking miles of the blue Mediterranean sea from its perch in Praiano, this luxury boutique hotel is chic and contemporary, with gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows framing views of the Amalfi coastline and the sea and sky.

For: The design-forward traveler who prefers modern aesthetics and wants to be completely in one with nature.

Palazzo Avino (Ravello)

From a 12th-century palazzo, this dreamy elegant hotel on the edge of Ravello has magnificent views of the nearby villages from its 1000-ft vantage point. This gorgeous hotel on the Amalfi Coast boasts a Michelin star restaurant Rossellini. The rooms and decor spare no expense, with hand-made Vietri tiles, 18th-century furniture and authentic antique carpets.

For: The history lover who appreciates the Baroque charm and wants to feel like they’re being hosted in a magnificent Italian private house.

Need to Know

Beyond the amazing restaurants these hotels all have, here are some of my favorites along the Amalfi Coast:

Da Ciccio (in Amalfi) - That was hands down my favorite meal our entire time along the Amalfi Coast. It feels less touristy. The food is both comforting and elevated, and they are just great, hospitable people. It also has a gorgeous view from the terrace of the sea.

Lo Scoglio - In between Positano and Sorrento is this amazing restaurant, and from Positano the best way to get there is by boat. Really great, fresh seafood, and lovely vibe. Very much an in-the-know scene. Great for lunch, and a fun place to people and boat watch.

Tagliata - Super popular and very touristy, this spot has great views of the Mediterranean. It's perched high up on the hill of Positano. Once you make a reservation, they'll schedule a bus to pick you up from the center of town.

This trip report is part of our ongoing series on travel to the Amalfi Coast.

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