Hotel, restaurant and all-round A-lister favourite
Whether you choose to dine, drink or unwind at Le Sirenuse, this 5-star boutique hotel offers a taste of authentic Amalfi.
Balancing polished luxury with rustic Italian hospitality, Le Sirenuse combines the best of both worlds to create a hotel experience that's truly unlike any other. While exploring the Mediterranean by yacht, add this gem to your itinerary.
The venue boasts a world-class restaurant, a handful of chic bars and stellar hotel facilities with plenty of expansive suites offering breathtaking views over the sapphire Tyrrhenian sea.
There is even a luxury boutique on the premises, and its range of delicate garments and exquisite accessories have turned into a highly saught-after shopping venue in its own right.
A warm welcome
An old family house converted into a first class hotel, spotless and cool.
Hugging the cliffs of Positano, the hotel occupies an enviable situation that promises show-stopping vistas from every ocean-facing terrace and elegant balcony.
The sea views are complemented by the use of a private boat, a sporty and stylish Riva, which is able to transport guests around the surrounding coastlines should they not have access to a yacht. However, if you're visiting Le Sirenuse as part of an Amalfi Coast superyacht charter, you can expect a fuss-free tender transfer up to the hotel.
Stepping into the venue feels like being enveloped by colour. With its bright Majolica tiled-floors, bespoke antiques an emphasis on allowing nature to flourish freely inside, Le Sirenuse wins extra points for romantic interiors that feel completely in harmony with the surroundings.
In spite of its undeniable beauty, Le Sirenuse has an inviting and comfortable ambience. The slick operations are managed by Antonio Sersale and his wife Carla, and the pair pride themselves on their warm welcome to Le Sirenuse. That, and attention to detail, which is evident in every perfectly-presented dish and flavourful cocktail served on the premises.
Housed in the hotel is the Michelin-starred La Sponda, a fine dining venue that is easily one of the most popular in Positano.
The dining terrace features an alfresco and interior area. Both are overrun by vines and lit entirely by the honey glow of candlelight.
Neopolitan cuisine takes centre stage at La Sponda, with plenty of pasta dishes; try the garlic and pepperoncini pasta or the sea urchin spaghetti. Other menu favourites include beef carpaccio, loin of lamb and lemon souffle. There is also plenty to keep fish-lovers happy, with most of the seafood on the menu coming in fresh from the sea.
In 1852, John Steinbeck wrote about the hotel for Harper's Bazaar, describing it as 'an old family house converted into a first class hotel, spotless and cool'. This is evidently still the case today.
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