Amalfi Coast

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Santa Caterina Hotel
9
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
Il San Pietro di Positano
8
10 reviews
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
Palazzo Avino
8
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
Belmond Hotel Caruso
8
9 reviews
The Belmond Hotel Caruso is one of the top luxury hotels not only on the Amalfi Coast, but in Italy. — Oyster
Le Sirenuse Hotel
8
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
Hotel Palazzo Murat
8
7 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
Hotel Luna Convento
8
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
NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi
8
5 reviews
Perched in a dramatic cliffside setting north of town, above the port and public beach, residing in a restored 18th-century monastery. — Star Service
Villa Maria Hotel
8
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
Casa Angelina
8
7 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
Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa
8
6 reviews
A restored seventeenth-century monastery three miles from Amalfi, with 20 rooms, terraced gardens, clifftop Mediterranean views, and a pool that seems to float over the sea. — Condé Nast Traveler
Hotel Villa Franca
8
5 reviews
A small hotel that packs a lot of punch — The Telegraph
Hotel Rufolo
8
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
Covo Dei Saraceni
7
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
Hotel Raito
7
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
Hotel Marina Riviera
7
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
Hotel Buca di Bacco
7
3 reviews
Centrally positioned on the Marina Grande -- a great choice if you don't mind a bit of noise -- this excellent hotel boasts beautiful rooms that are all large and well furnished. — Frommer's
Casa Buonocore
7
2 reviews
Until recently, this lovely guest house was the home of the Buonacore family who now run it with great dedication and style. — The Telegraph
Hotel Poseidon
7
3 reviews
Relative to its peers, there is value here, and the range of facilities is impressive when compared with the less expensive Le Agavi, and even Le Sirenuse. Views and service are highlights. — Star Service
Hotel Parsifal Antico Convento del 1288
7
3 reviews
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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