Housed in a converted 13th-Century convent, this luxurious hotel offers an incredible cliffside setting.
Set somewhere between blue skies and the Mediterranean waters lies this hidden gem which is dramatically carved into the cliffside. Apart from such a spectacular location, there is a true sense of history here, as the hotel is an exquisitely restored 13th-Century convent. Soak up the old-world charm and natural beauty as you take a stroll through the picturesque cloister, private chapel, fragrant lemon gardens and Walk of Monks – a path offering breathtaking views over the coast. Spend long, lazy days by the inviting infinity pool and gaze at the horizon that merges with the pool's sparkling waters. For a change of scenery, head into Amalfi's historic centre which is just a short stroll away.
The Dei Cappuccini Restaurant continues the theme of spellbinding views from its prime position on the fifth floor. You can choose to dine indoors or al fresco and enjoy a delicious menu of traditional Mediterranean cuisine, reimagined with a contemporary feel. Head to the spectacular terrace of the Cappuccini Bar for a glass of prosecco, cocktail or cold limoncello.
The beautifully restored and stylishly intimate rooms each have sea views and a serene ambience created from white soothing colour schemes, elegant marble bathrooms and terracotta floors. Upgrade to a Deluxe Room for a little extra space.
Just 400 metres from the centre of the town of Amalfi, halfway up the cliff side
Good to know
A tourist tax is payable locally at the hotel.
• Treat yourself to an uplifting citrus oil massage at the wellbeing centre* • Explore every corner of this delightful hotel and capture wonderful views of Amalfi • Visit the charming Villa Cimbrone Gardens in the nearby town of Ravello*.
Restaurant, poolside snack bar
Breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board from £85 • Breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace • Dinner at the Dei Cappuccini Restaurant.
*Denotes local charge