With a stay at Anantara Convento di Amalfi Grand Hotel, guests not only indulge in a five-star luxury escape on one of the world’s most picturesque coastlines, but they become part of an 800-year-old story. Dating back to the 13th century, the cliff-hanging hotel was once home to Capuchin monks, and whilst its interiors have changed with the times, the unbelievable views of the Amalfi Coast remain the same. Lose yourself in this timeless panorama from the infinity pool, your private terrace, the outdoor gym, or at one of the hotel’s refined sea-facing restaurants over a delicious meal. Write yourself into a centuries-old narrative with an unforgettable escape to this unique Italian retreat.
Rooms & Facilities at Anantara Convento di Amalfi Grand Hotel
Perched atop a dramatic 80-metre cliff, the hotel is afforded with mostly sea-view rooms. The former monks’ quarters are simply and sensitively furnished to compliment the striking architecture of the building. Whitewashed walls and terracotta tiling make the original features stand out: the 13th-century cloister, frescoed ceilings, and stone arches. The pool provides the perfect respite from the Mediterranean sun, whilst not one, but two reading rooms entice book lovers during the ultimate Italian getaway. The gym is well-equipped with state-of-the-art cardio equipment, whilst the 8th floor spa comes complete with a Turkish bath, relaxation zone, and menu of indulgent treatments.
Dining at Anantara Convento di Amalfi Grand Hotel
Heavenly dining and drinking experiences accompanied by extraordinary views of the Costeria await guests at Anantara Convento di Amalfi Grand Hotel. The daily breakfast spread reaches new heights of elegance, allowing guests to begin the day on the terrace with fresh juice, delicate pastries, and cold cuts or expertly cooked dishes. Take lunch at La Locanda Restaurant with a variety of sumptuous salads and Mediterranean mains; but be sure not to miss a delightful dinner at Dei Cappucini Restaurant, where renowned chef Natale Giunta has curated an unmissable À la carte menu. For an aperitif overlooking the ocean, or a light bite in the mid-afternoon, you’ll want to head to Dei Cappuccini Bar.