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Offering luxurious accommodations and exceptionally professional service in a wonderful location just outside Positano near Laurito Beach... the place to stay on the Amalfi Coast. — Frommer's
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11 reviews
Aiming for the top seat on the coast, the hotel is an impressive deluxe resort that captures the hearts of nearly everyone who passes beneath its beautiful portico. — Star Service
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11 reviews
The staff is generous and knowledgeable, each room has its own individual look (lots of wonderful antiques, books, and art), and the beach club is out of this world. — Afar Magazine
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10 reviews
The Belmond Hotel Caruso is one of the top luxury hotels not only on the Amalfi Coast, but in Italy. — Oyster
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9 reviews
To the delight of its largely repeat clientele, this is the unofficial face of luxury on the Amalfi Coast, a patron saint of excess. — Star Service
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9 reviews
Step off the busy, boutique-lined lane that heads beachward in Positano into the entrance courtyard of Palazzo Murat, and suddenly you're in another world. — Concierge
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7 reviews
The hotel also owns the landmark Torre Saracena (Saracen Tower), now home to a bar and nightspot, which sits across the highway and stands guard over Amalfi's seaside promontory. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
The family-run Rufolo is a haven of calm and straightforward comfort, centrally placed for all the sights and shopping, yet with glorious views and a welcome swimming pool. — The Telegraph
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7 reviews
Sits high up on the cliffs like a white palace. It's an eight-minute walk from Amalfi and has two restaurants, a pool area, a gym, and a spa. — Travel + Leisure
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5 reviews
This elegant yet laid-back aerie entertains its guests in a professional yet unpretentious manner more in line with a visit to the home of a long-lost relative. — Star Service
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8 reviews
Between soaring pine-covered mountains and a deep sapphire sea sits hotel Casa Angelina, perched majestically on the Amalfi Coast’s cliffs. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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7 reviews
The 20 austere-yet-luxurious bedrooms of this immaculate hotel occupy the ex-monks’ cells of a vast, carefully restored 17th-century monastery set in fragrant terraced gardens on a rocky outcrop just outside the quiet village of Conca dei Marini — Independent
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6 reviews
A small hotel that packs a lot of punch. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
One of the few hotels right on Positano's waterfront, this place sits next to the pier where ferries come and go from Capri and Naples. — Star Service
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4 reviews
A five-star hotel perched high above the hills at the very beginning of the Amalfi Coast in Vietri sul Mare, with outdoor pools and a luxurious day spa. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
In the romantic days of the Grand Tour, the Marina Riviera was one of Amalfi's first hotels, boasting electric light, 'bains', and terrace with 'vieu' on the sea. — The Telegraph
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The three-pearl, 17-room Hotel Parsifal was built as a monastery in 1288 and converted into a hotel in 1948. — Oyster
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4 reviews
The best of Positano's sea-view mid-range hotels, the Marincanto is built into the slope (actually more of a cliff) that shelters the bay and main beach to the east. — Concierge
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