Where to Stay in the Amalfi Coast + Capri

Wondering where to stay in Amalfi Coast towns? With so many beautiful villages and world-class hotels, it can be hard to choose the best base for a memorable holiday. Here’s a guide to where to stay along one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines that will help you decide which town and which hotel is perfect for you.

Best Towns and Hotels: Where to Stay on the Amalfi Coast

You won’t be surprised to learn that there is an abundance of places to choose from along the Amalfi Coast from luxury hotels to budget gems. But there’s no easy way to stay this – Amalfi Coast accommodation is expensive. Your dollar doesn’t go far at all here and that’s why it’s important to choose the right location and book early some of the great-value hotels you’ll find in this guide in every price range.

In this article, you’ll find the best hotels in Amalfi coast towns from Capri to Salerno, further southwest around the peninsula, arranged in the order you encounter them traveling along the Amalfi coast towns west to east along SS163. 

I’ve included the blockbuster towns of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, but also the smaller towns at the far ends of the Amalfi Coast. The view is almost identical, the ferry service includes all the towns on the Amalfi Coast, but they are much less expensive. It’s easier to get from the nearest airports to these towns and to get to Pompeii and Herculaneum as well.

For those of you considering an Amalfi Coast wedding, and for those wanting a spectacular holiday, I’ve included the very best Amalfi Coast hotels as well.

First though, some tips on booking accommodation in Italy.

Tips for booking accommodation in Italy

Book Early and Book “Fee Free Cancellation” Hotels

  • The first thing to do when considering where to stay on the Amalfi Coast is to book an early saver fare.
  • Once you know where you’re heading, book hotels straight away! I book several hotels for different periods. I use booking.com so that I can cancel without penalty until a couple of weeks before I arrive.
  • I only choose hotels with free cancellations for this reason. When you are thinking about booking a holiday a few months ahead, your dates will often slip by a couple of days, and this strategy works well for these inevitable changes.

Italian Accommodation

  • Tiny shoeboxes, elevators that will only fit you or your luggage, steep flights of steps to your room or apartment, noisy gondolas, church bells, late-night revelers, and neighbors – welcome to Italy! 
  • If you have lots of money or it’s a special occasion and you’re going to stay at the Gritti Palace on your honeymoon, then ignore what I say next!
  • For the rest of us, we need to book early. It’s important to take a very good look at the hotel, especially in a mountainous area like the Amalfi Coast. Look at it on Google Maps – the number of stairs you need to climb, the number of floors between your apartment or room and the ground floor – and is there a reliable elevator?
  • When I stay on the Amalfi coast I often splurge on a luxury hotel here in order to get the views that I spend so much time daydreaming about!

Economy Room and Small Double Ded or Small Double

  • These words often mean that a small double bed fits in the room. It will also fit you in the room if you are lying on the bed but you need to check the photos carefully to see if there is any other space in the room at all!

Hotels versus Airbnb

  • In some parts of the world, Airbnb is easy and the properties are cheaper than you would find apartments on hotel booking sites. In Italy, cities are bringing in laws to restrict Airbnb. In Florence and Siena, you will be hard-pressed to find an Airbnb now.
  • In general, hotel booking sites work out better for most parts of Italy. Where the same accommodation exists on both, I’ve been surprised to find the Airbnb price is 3-10% higher.
  • Rome and Cinque Terre are examples of destinations where I don’t bother with Airbnb. However, at short notice, in Venice, and for stays of 3 weeks or a month, Airbnb is a good idea.
  • I’m a little wary of booking with Airbnb from June to August in Europe because I had a wonderful Airbnb in London canceled on a day when I had flown in from Australia with my children.

Italian Hosts

Many European countries have very friendly hosts but Italy is at the far end of the “wonderful and gracious hosts” spectrum.

If you need help, just ask for it. Need your luggage stowed for a week? Need to know where a good doctor is? I don’t want to generalize, but I love communicating with Italian hosts – so far they’ve all been warm and helpful!

Capri

Capri is an island off the lower peninsula that forms the Gulf of Naples. It’s been a resort island since the Romans arrived there, and the Blue Grotto is its biggest drawcard.

If you find the crowds in summer too much, Capri is not a stay on the Amalfi Coast, but it is a great location and allows sailing to the towns along the Amalfi coast.

Except for Capri, all of the coastal towns along the Amalfi Coast are connected by SITA bus lines, which run from just before 6 am until about 9 pm.

You’ll see that some hotels are located in Anacapri. Ana means ‘above’ and Capri refers to hotels along the coast, and Anacapri hotels are located in the village of Anacapri 245 meters above sea level on the slopes of Mount Salerno.

Luxury Hotel – Capri Palace Jumeirah

Guest Rating: 9.1/10 | Location: Anacapri | View on Booking.com

Photo of the exterior of the Capri Palace Jumeirah, Anacapri, Italy
Capri Palace Jumeirah, Anacapri, Italy

This Leading Hotels of the World property clings onto the cliff beside the Bay and several rooms have private pools and gardens. The spa pool is delightful and the breakfast area is impossibly charming.

The luxurious hotel has a 2-star Michelin restaurant, l’Olivo, and even a private beach, making it a great location for a beach vacation. A shuttle bus takes you between the hotel and the beach club. The spa features a Turkish bath and has won several awards.

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Luxury Hotel – Hotel Caesar Augustus

Guest Rating: 9.5/10 | Location: Anacapri | View on Booking.com

Photo of tables set for dinner at sunset on a terrace of the Hotel Caesar Augustus
One of the terraces of the Hotel Caesar Augustus

Another of the best luxury hotels of Capri, the Hotel Cesar Augustus is romantic, and sophisticated, and sometimes Mt Vesuvius feels so close that you can almost touch it!

The infinity pool perched above the Bay of Naples and the hotel itself was previously the summer house of a Russian prince.

The spa has a Turkish Bath and Hammam. The rooms and suites have been built to incorporate as many sea views as possible.

The restaurant is the sort of place where lovers propose and there is a private hotel car service from Rome to the Caesar Augustus.

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Great Value Hotel – Oltremare Capri Relais

Guest Rating: 8.9/10 | Location: Capri | View on Booking.com

The air-conditioned studio suites with their Mediterranean-style rooms at Oltremare Capri Relais have private balconies overlooking Marina Piccola Bay.

Photo of the Onda Suite, at the Oltremare Capri Relais
Onda Suite, Oltremare Capri Relais

This wonderful accommodation at the gateway to the Amalfi Coast also features private hot tubs within guests’ quarters as well as a Hamman spa and wellness facilities and is located beachside.

Each unit offers a furnished kitchen, free WiFi, and a terrace view of the sea. This accommodation is ideal for couples.

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Hotel Il Girasole

Phot of the pool of the Hotel Il Girasole, Anacapri
Hotel Il Girasole, Anacapri

In walking distance of the center of Anacapri and a 5-minute walk from the bus station, this air-conditioned hotel offers guests spectacular views of the Gulf of Naples and Anacapri.

Il Girasole also offers a free shuttle service to and from the harbor so that you can get the ferry to the towns along the Amalfi Coast.

Free WiFi is available, and guests have access to a sun terrace and swimming pool. Breakfast is included.

A lovely 3-star hotel, wonderful for couples or families who will appreciate the suites and triple rooms.

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Monte Solaro Bed and Breakfast

Phot of the terrace of the Monte Solaro B&B, Anacapri
Monte Solaro B&B, Anacapri

This intimate B&B boasts sweeping views of the Mediterranean from its panoramic terrace.

Monte Solaro is within walking distance (less than 5 minutes) from the historic center of Anacapri, and buses stop just a few hundred feet away from the accommodation, with service to the beaches at Lido del Faro, Marina Piccola, and Marina Grande.

Italian breakfast is served every morning, and rooms offer air conditioning.

Great for couples.

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Hotel Victoria Place

Phot of the exterior of the Hotel Victoria Place, Anacapri
Hotel Victoria Place, Anacapri

Just one mile from Marina Piccola Bay, this modest 3-star accommodation has just a handful of rooms and offers free private parking, and has a bar, 24-hour front desk service, free WiFi, and a lounge and garden.

Continental breakfast featuring freshly-baked cakes and coffee is served every morning. In a relatively quiet area of the island, public buses can connect you to the surrounding area as well as Capri.

Great for couples or families traveling around Italy and needing free private parking in one of the Amalfi Coast’s most affordable hotels.

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Sorrento

Hotel Bristol

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Junior suite with hydromassage jacuzzi, Hotel Bristol

Located just above Sorrento with a panoramic swimming pool featuring breathtaking views of the Gulf of Naples, this air-conditioned hotel has a gym, sauna, and a rooftop restaurant for evening drinks!

Check out the garden, ping-pong table, and miniature golf course, or unwind at the piano bar.

Hotel Bristol is good for families and couples alike and breakfast is included.

Hotel Antiche Mura

Garden of the Hotel Antiche Mura, Sorrento, Italy
Hotel Antiche Mura, Sorrento, Italy

The citrus gardens around the swimming pool form a peaceful oasis in the middle of Sorrento. Hotel Antiche Mura has generous-sized rooms and large suites with jacuzzis. The Junior Suite, for example, has six French balconies!

The hotel has been recently fully refurbished and the included breakfast is served in the garden. It is 100 meters from the center of Sorrento and 450 meters from the beach.

Free wi-fi, private parking, and pet-friendly – there are a lot of reasons to like this central hotel.

Hotel Mignon Meublè

Outside terrace of the Hotel Mignon Meublè, Sorrento, Italy
Hotel Mignon Meublè, Sorrento, Italy

Near Sorrento’s cathedral and historic area, this cozy hotel offers garden space, free WiFi, and room service featuring highly-recommended meals to visitors, including continental breakfast.

With a terrace and bar, Hotel Mignon Meublè is acclaimed for its location as well as its atmosphere.

Great for couples.

Romantic Relais Sorrento

Guest room with view at Romantic Relais Sorrento, Italy
Romantic Relais Sorrento

With a hot tub, sun terrace, and garden, this accommodation offers rooms with a patio or a balcony, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, and even a restaurant and bar.

Peter’s Beach is less than a mile from the property, and an airport shuttle service is offered. The hotel is in a private park and the terraces overlook the bay.

Room service is also offered, as is free parking. Wonderful accommodation for couples and a good value property for its lovely location.

Positano

The supermodel of the Amalfi Coast comes with divine views and seriously good food and accommodation. There is something terribly romantic about Positano that you feel the moment you see these wondrous properties and their views.

Il San Pietro di Positano

Outdoor dining terrace of Zass Restaurant, Il San Pietro di Positano, Positano, Italy
Zass Restaurant, Il San Pietro di Positano, Positano, Amalfi Coast

This very special hotel has a Michelin-starred restaurant and its own private beach. Il San Pietro di Positano is the only hotel with direct beach access in Positano and it has an elevator that is carved into the cliff that takes you down to the Beach Club.

One of its two cocktail bars is at the beach and there is a well-equipped fitness center. The tennis court is perhaps the most scenic in the world.

The rooms and their terraces overlooking the sea are lovely, but it is the location and the food that are the stars of this elegant hotel.

Le Sirenuse

Spectacular view of the Amalfi Coast in the La Sponda restaurant, Le Sirenuse, Positano. Italy
La Sponda restaurant, Le Sirenuse, Positano, Italy

Proving that luxe accommodation seekers are spoilt for choice in Positano, Le Sirenuse is in an enviable location with its own Michelin-starred restaurant. It also has an oyster bar, hammam, fitness center, and pool.

The hotel has terraces along the cliffs and is immediately above the church of Santa Maria Assunta which must be one of the most beautiful views on the Amalfi Coast and is 200 meters from the sea.

Villa Rosa

View from the terrace of Villa Rosa, Positano, Italy
Villa Rosa, Positano, Italy

Some of the private terraces at Villa Rosa have remarkable views of the cliffside of Positano as well as a wide sea view. It is a 150-year-old building built into the cliff and is only a few minutes’ walk from the beach as well as shops and restaurants.

Guest rooms have their own balconies with magnificent views of the sea and of Positano.

Alcione Residence

View from the terrace of Alcione Residence, Positano, Amalfi Coast
Alcione Residence, Positano, Amalfi Coast

Located in the heart of Positano with incredible views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, this accommodation offers spacious, luminous rooms with private terraces just 10 minutes walk from the beach.

With private parking nearby, guests are served a sweet Italian breakfast on their terrace with the option of savory meals by request. The view from the private terraces is where we imagine Amalfi coastal hotels to be like!

Praiano

Considered by many travel writers to be the most beautiful town on the Amalfi Coast, and a bit of an undiscovered gem, it has a lot of accommodation options but is much smaller than Amalfi.

It’s a romantic spot for lots of beach time and is a central location on the Amalfi Coast drive between the towns of Positano and Amalfi.

Hotel Onda Verde

Photo of Hotel Onda Verde beachside, Praiano, Italy
Hotel Onda Verde beachside, Praiano, Italy

An absolutely beautiful 4-star hotel comprised of 5 villas with a total of 25 rooms. There are local beach clubs located 50 meters below the hotel.

One of the hotel’s terraces has a pool and deck chairs and is set in a lovely garden. Directly below the hotel are landing stages for boats that go daily to Positano, Capri, and Ischia.

Make sure to get a room with a terrace and sea view!

La Divina Amalfi Coast

Phot of a Seaview room with private terrace, La Divina, Praiano, Italy
Seaview room with private terrace, La Divina, Praiano, Italy

Just over half a mile from Gavitella Beach, air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screened TV and private bathroom.

The accommodation also provides a shared lounge and kitchen as well as a sun terrace for their guests to enjoy.

Parking and free WiFi are available, as is continental breakfast. Good for couples and families.

Il Corallo

View from a Private terrace, at Il Corallo, Praiano, Amalfi Coast
Private terrace, Il Corallo, Praiano, Amalfi Coast

Located just over a mile from Fiumicello Beach and very near San Gennaro Church, this air-conditioned hotel offers an airport shuttle service for those flying into Naples.

With parking, free WiFi, and glorious sea views, Il Corallo is great lodging for couples and families.

Conca dei Marini

This lovely little fishing village has a big history. It was probably founded as an Etruscan town before the Romans invaded it in 272 BC.

In the Middle Ages, the Republic of Amalfi used it as a trading base but it was sacked by Turkish pirates in 1543. Thankfully these days its a just one of the many fishing villages between the larger towns on the AmalfiCoast and a perfect spot for finding a hotel with views.

Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel and Spa

Aerial view of the Gardens of the Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa, Conca dei Marini, Italy
Gardens of the Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa, Conca dei Marini, Italy

One of the best hotels on the Amalfi Coast – winner of the Top Hotel in Italy in 2019, Hotel of the Year 2020, European Hotel Awards, and the Conde Nast Travel Readers’ Choice Award, Best Hotel Pool in Smiths Travel Awards, and Architectural Digest’s 11 Best Designed Spas Around the World.

In the 17th Century, the hotel was a Dominican monastery. There are four levels of gardens and a magnificent cliff-edge infinity pool. It is considered the most dramatic pool on the Amalfi Coast.

There is also an outdoor-fitness center and spa in this Adults-only hotel.

A real highlight of the Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa is the Restorante Il Refettorio which has had a Michelin star since 2016.

Hotel Le Terrazze

Photo of the View from Le Terazze, Conca dei Marini, Italy
View from Le Terazze, Conca dei Marini, Italy

Featuring rooms complete with a balcony, and some with coveted views of the sea, Hotel Le Terrazze offers rocky beach access to guests who meander down a flight of stairs from the cliff-top.

With free parking and WiFi, this hotel also offers complimentary breakfast to visitors and will organize trips and bus transfers for guests looking to venture out and explore.

This hotel works for both couples and families.

Hotel Belvedere

Photo of the pool with the hotel above - Belvedere Hotel, Conca dei Marini, Italy
Belvedere Hotel, Conca dei Marini, Italy

With stupendous views of the coast and the Gulf of Naples, this hotel also includes a restaurant specializing in seafood as well as private rocky beach access. It is surprisingly good value for its quality and accommodation but needs to be booked early.

With a sea-water swimming pool and a sun terrace, this hotel also offers airport shuttle transport and continental breakfast to boot. Perfect for couples, families welcome too. Free WiFi throughout.

Amalfi

Amalfi Town has the atmosphere, status name, and a wonderful sandy beach. Accommodation here suits all budgets, although the top-end accommodation is spectacular!

Hotel Santa Caterina

View of the pool from Hotel Santa Caterina, Amalfi
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View of the pool from Hotel Santa Caterina, Amalfi
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Hotel Santa Caterina is an art nouveau villa with terraces reaching down the cliff to the seaside pool and Beach Club. The Beach Club has a restaurant and fitness center and glass elevators connect the Beach Club to the hotel.

Glicine is a Michelin-starred restaurant, the ‘wellness area’ includes a Turkish Bath, and the suites overlook the sea or the garden. A perfect choice for a romantic Amalfi stay.

La Bambagina

Photo of the View from La Bambagina of Amalfi Cathedral, Amalfi, Italy
View from La Bambagina of Amalfi Cathedral, Amalfi, Italy

Close to major attractions like Amalfi Cathedral, Amalfi Harbor, and Arsenale Della Repubblica, this air-conditioned accommodation offers guests continental breakfast every morning as well as airport shuttle service and parking space.

With free Wifi and proximity to three gorgeous beaches, it will be no trouble deciding how you spend your time at La Bambagina! Families and couples are welcome.

Antica Residenza Amalfitana

Photo of a view from the terrace at the  Antica Residenza Amalfitana, Amalfi, Italy
Antica Residenza Amalfitana, Amalfi, Italy

Located near the Chiostro del Paradiso (Cloister of Paradise) and Arsenale Della Repubblica, this accommodation offers guests air-conditioned rooms (some with garden views!) as well as a desk, private bathroom, and fridge.

The sun terrace is a wonderful addition to the building, and there is free WiFi throughout. Good for couples and families alike.

Ravello

Known for its amazing views down to the Bay of Salerno, Ravello is second only to Amalfi as being a summer retreat for the very wealthy.

The gardens of the 13th-century Villa Rufolo are some of the most photographed in the world. The truth is, the pictures don’t do justice to the beautiful gardens with views along the Amalfi coastline.

Hotels in this charming town often have lush gardens and infinity pools – it’s just that kind of place!

For me, Ravello is for looking out at the views on a romantic break. It’s not a high-summer, hit the beach each afternoon kind of holiday, but more the kind of holiday where one day is hiking the Path of the Gods, sailing to Capri, discovering the lemon orchards around Sorrento, and wandering the gardens of the villas of Ravello and it’s market – I guess it’s a more active holiday than staying on a golden stretch of beach.

The coastal town also holds a large music festival in the summer.

Belmond Hotel Caruso

Photo of the Belmond Hotel Caruso pool, Ravello, Italy
Belmond Hotel Caruso pool, Ravello, Italy

This hotel is in an 11th-century building surrounded by 100-year-old gardens. The historic interiors with their frescoed ceilings and the striking infinity pool at the edge of the cliff create a dramatic atmosphere.

The hotel has two restaurants and in summer offers complimentary boat tours along the Amalfi Coast.

Hotel Villa Cimbrone

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Hotel Villa Cimbrone

“Magnificent” is an apt description for this hotel in a renovated 12th-century residence. The gardens were remodeled at the beginning of the 20th century and visiting the gardens is a must-do activity for visitors to the Amalfi Coast. They are considered

the most important examples of the English landscape and botany culture in south of Europe.

The Terrace of Infinity is perhaps the most photographed part of the whole Amalfi Coast.

The rooms and suites feature frescoed ceilings and Marjolica floor tiles from the end of the 18th century. There are several restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Il Flauto di Pan, a cellar, gin bar, and ‘balcony bar.’

A wonderful Ravello institution, this charming hotel is one of the Mediterranean’s finest properties.

Palazzo Avino

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Palazzo Avino

5-star Palazzo Avino is one of the Amalfi Coast best hotels. It has both a Michelin-starred restaurant, Rossellinis, and a Lobster & Martini Bar (this is a particularly addictive combination!) Adding to the 5-star experience is a limousine and helicopter service and a Beach Club, Club House by the Sea.

The Beach Club is 15 minutes and 350 meters below the hotel which was a 12th-century private villa for a noble Italian family. At the hotel proper is a 20-meter outdoor pool and a sundeck with an infinity hydro pool.

Its 33 rooms and 10 guest suites have an incredible staff to guest ratio of 2 employees per room. The suites and rooms are amongst the most beautifully decorated on the Amalfi coast – an elegant luxury with terraces, private pools, and jacuzzis.

Hotel Villa Fraulo

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Hotel Villa Fraulo terrace

A popular 4-star hotel for weddings because of the large sea-facing large terrace, this hotel is set in a renovated medieval villa.

The rooms are minimally furnished and the hotel is popular for weddings and honeymooners because of the use made of its lovely terrace. The stunning views are reason enough to stay at the Ravello hotels that cling to the cliffs above the Amalfi Coast.

Gala Residence Villa Giovanna

View from the balcony of the terrace of  Gala Residence Villa Giovanna and the Amalfi Coast and sea below, Ravello, Italy
Gala Residence Villa Giovanna, Ravello, Italy

This is an affordable luxury – the view down to the Amalfi Coast and across to the lemon groves and gardens of Ravello comes with a more modest price tag than the ultra-lux 5-star hotels in Ravello which is why I have stayed here a few times.

Gala Residence Villa Giovanna has terraces with sea views, a sea view from its handful of rooms, and smartly decorated modern interiors. The rooms are much nicer than the comparative Hotel Villa Fraulo.

It is a consistently highly-rated hotel and the sisters who run it are delightful.

Villa Piedimonte

View from the balcony of the Villa Piedimonte, Ravello, Italy
Villa Piedimonte view, Ravello, Italy

Villa Piedimonte has a botanical garden on its terrace (rows of citrus trees) and a pool. Its suites are decorated in a contemporary minimalist style. This 4-star hotel has stunning sea views from the rooms, a sparkling pool, and a bar. There are generously-sized private balconies and terraces.

This is a great choice for Ravello but sells out fast.

Minori

Thankfully Minori is not yet one of the most popular towns on the Amalfi Coast, but surely it’s just a matter of time. The towns of Maori, Minori, Vietre Sul Mare, and Salerno have family-friendly hotel rooms on stunning golden sand beaches at half the price of those of Amalfi, Positano, and Praiano.

Casa Amorino

Photo of a Casa Amorini King Room, Minori, Amalfi Coast
Casa Amorini King Room, Minori, Amalfi Coast

This little B&B has modern rooms and sits in a lovely garden. It is only a 4-minute walk from Maiori Beach. I really like the vibe of this hotel, there’s something about the rooms that remind me of Santorini in their simplicity.

The rooms have free wifi, continental or buffet breakfast is included, and there is a handy airport shuttle.

Villa Isabella

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Villa Isabella, Minori, Italy

Some rooms at Villa Isabella come with a lovely sea view with a balcony or terrace. They are large and airy and decorated with antique furniture. The ceilings have wooden beams and the chandeliers are antiques.

Villa Isabella is easy to access from the airport and is a 5 minute drive from Amalfi. You can book your airport transfer in advance/ Parking is free and there’s a full-service valet.

The Villa is only 20 meters from the sea.

Maiori

La Serenata Luxury

Photo of a room at La Serenata Luxury, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy
La Serenata Luxury, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy

A new builgin, and only 100 meters from the seafront, La Serenata Luxury, the terraces on the guest rooms have side-sea views.

Every unit features a private bathroom and bidet, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, WiFi, a fridge, and a great sea view. A minibar and kettle are also provided. You can enjoy an à la carte or an Italian breakfast.

The nearest airport is Naples International, 40 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a free airport shuttle service.

Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro

View from the balcony of the Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy
View from Hotel Botanico San Lazzaro, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy

The terrace, pool, and views are the standout features of this 5-star hotel. That is, apart from the private beach!

The rooms each have a private terrace or balcony with sea views or their own garden. Meals are taken on the sea-view terrace and guests can have drinks in the garden.

This lovely hotel also has a wellness center with a Turkish Bath. The hotel is accessed via a glass lift and two flights of stairs. It’s a 5-star hotel with spectacular Amalf Coast views, without the price tag of similar hotels in Positano or Amalfi.

B and B Maiurè

Phot of the terrace of  B&B Maiurè, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy
B&B Maiurè, Maiori, Amalfi Coast, Italy

This guest house is a converted old palace across from the sea, with Maori Harbour 800 meters away. The elegant rooms incorporate the art of the region and the B&B was completely renovated in 2016.

I don’t know if it’s because it was once a palace, but it’s one of the rare Amalfi coast hotels with family rooms.

There is an outdoor terrace where breakfast is served.

Vietri Sul Mare

Vietra Sul Mare is a relatively unknown member of the towns of the Amalfi Coast. It provides amazing views just like the best towns along the Amalfi Coast. But it’s possible to get a little bit away from the main crush of summer tourists to the other towns along the coast like Amalfi and Positano.

Monca’s House

Nighttime photo of Monca's House garden, Vietra Sul Mare, Italy
Monca’s House garden, Vietra Sul Mare, Italy

Comfortable and new rooms have access to a terrace, bar, garden, and jacuzzi.

Monca’s house has free WiFi. It provides continental and Italian breakfasts and some units allow for self-catering. A fantastic way to see the Amalfi Coast on a budget.

Aquaboutique Wellness and Spa

Photo of the terrace at Aquaboutique Wellness and Spa, Vietra Sul Mare, Italy
Aquaboutique Wellness and Spa, Vietra Sul Mare, Italy

Located just over a mile from Spiaggia Scavatella and just under two miles from Due Fratelli, this spa offers guests charming décor and amenities.

Visitors can relax and unwind at the hot tub or spa, shared lounge, or private, air-conditioned rooms. Room service and free parking are available, and this accommodation is pet-friendly.

Ideal for couples.

Salerno

Salerno is the largest town on the Amalfi Coast. It is also considered the last stop on the Amalfi Coast.

It’s a popular town for getting to and from the archaeological park of Pompeii. Being a larger town, it has more reasonable prices than most other spots along this pricey coastline.

Il Reticolo

Phot of the Amalfi Room of Il Reticolo Hotel, Salerno, Italy
Il Reticolo – Amalfi Room, Salerno, Italy

Just 1,000 feet from the sea, this air-conditioned accommodation provides flat-screen TVs and balconies for some guests. Salerno’s train station is just a matter of feet from the property, and airport shuttle services are provided.

Works well for couples. With parking space and room service and free WiFi.

Solidea Bed and Breakfast

Photo of the Calliope Room, Solidea B&B, Salerno, Italy
Solidea B&B – Calliope Room, Salerno, Italy

Located just feet away from Lido La Conchiglia and near the central train station, this charming B&B offers guests free WiFi as well as Italian-style breakfast every morning.

Notably, it is near the Provincial Pinacotheca of Salerno, the Salerno Cathedral, and the Medieval Aqueduct of Salerno.

Casa Santangelo

Photo of the luxurious Casa Santangelo Luxury Suite, Salerno, Italy
Casa Santangelo Luxury Suite, Salerno, Italy

This stunning beachfront property boasts beautiful, air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony as well as free WiFi.

Nearby points of interest include Lido La Conchiglia, Casa Santangelo, Provincial Pinacotheca of Salerno, Complesso Monumentale di Santa Sofia, and Garden of Minerva.

With airport shuttle service as well as room service, continental breakfast is included. Great lodging for couples.

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