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Le Sirenuse in Positano, Italy
When Le Sirenuse opened in 1951, it captured the tranquility, sophistication and style that have made the town of Positano a beloved retreat on the Amalfi Coast. This intimate former summer home resides just 35 miles southeast of Naples, and its terraces gaze across Homer's legendary Island of the Sirens. Vibrant Vietri tiles, cool whitewashed walls and an abundance of natural light give the bedrooms character, while vaulted ceilings, antique furniture and old master paintings embellish the suites. Savor a romantic dining experience at La Sponda Restaurant, featuring a drapery of bougainvillea and hundreds of candles.
Positano is dedicated to celebrating the art of fine living. It's no wonder it was a favorite with Tennessee Williams and Paul Klee. Days can be spent lingering in a café, exploring picturesque Baroque architecture or taking advantage of the hotel's wooden boat, whose complimentary, twice daily excursions along the Amalfi Coast explore the region's clear blue waters. During those hours when you're not boutique hopping or day tripping to Capri, you can indulge at the hotel's Aveda Concept Spa, a temple of glass and teak designed by acclaimed Italian architect, Gae Aulenti.
Location of Le Sirenuse
Nearest Airport: NAP
Reviews for Le Sirenuse
We spent 4 nights there in September. We had high expectations and it met them all. The location was perfect, the view was amazing, the room lovely and the food was delicious. What made it so special, though, was the staff. The waitstaff acted like you were visiting their home - warm, friendly and highly attentive. The concierge staff went above and beyond to meet any request you had. It was truly an indulgence for us, with the cost, but with the way we were treated it was worth every penny. Thank you!
Cuda85 - MICHIGAN
We stayed here for four nights in Oct 2017. This verges on six Star in all aspects: location, view, quality of room and service. The in house restaurant (la Sponda) either is, or should be, Michelin starred. Our room was likely recently renovated and offered two balconies looking out over the church to the ocean. It was immaculately decorated in white with bright tiles reinforcing the Mediterranean feel. We are five star travelers now (as we get older) and this is certainly TOP THREE as far as hotels we have been to.
Rick L - Toronto, Canada
Our third time staying at this incredible hotel. Our room overlooking the village and Mediterranean always startles with its beauty. The staff is so warm, welcoming, and attends to one's every need. Location is convenient to enjoying the village. Breakfasts, bars, and dining all incredible and leave memorable tastes of the Amalfi coast. Worth the splurge. Favorite moments are often sitting on the terrace and taking in the spectacular setting.
melvet1209 - Philadelphia
My wife and I stayed here five years ago on our honeymoon, and visited again recently for our anniversary. We had such fond memories of this place on our honeymoon, and both agreed that it was our favorite hotel we have ever stayed in. It still is. We have stayed at several LHW hotels since then, and while all have been wonderful, none have come close to Le Sirenuse. Several of the staff who were there when stayed five years ago were still there, and welcomed us like old friends. I simply cannot overstate how fantastic a stay at this hotel is. From breakfast on the terrace, to an afternoon spent on one of the excellent activities they organize, to evening drinks at the champagne bar before dinner, you will have many amazing memories. We plan on coming back again and again.
Stefano104 - Rochester, New York
The most exquisite hotel & restaurant that makes one feel like royalty. The staff goes out of their way to comfort & welcome. The food is the best I have ever experienced. The decor throughout the entire hotel is magnificent!
MHcreates - Atlantic City, New Jersey