Casa Angelina

5* out of 5 stars

This boutique bolthole surveys its Amalfi Coast surroundings from an enviable clifftop position, affording a classic view of Italy holidays on the Med. Whitewashed exterior walls offset the blue sea and skies perfectly for an arresting first impression. The vibe at Casa Angelina – a brand new hotel in 2018 – is very much modern minimalism, in a way that feels at once contemporary and authentic. Pared-back, understated and white-on-white are the buzzwords where interiors and design are concerned, and the overall effect is one of calm elegance. For a real jetsetter’s hideaway, book one of the rooms in a converted fisherman’s house by the beach.

Luxury Holidays at Casa Angelina

True perfection? It’s pretty close. This bright, light-filled retreat offers an exclusive choice of just 39 rooms – hence the quiet, bijou atmosphere. There’s a genuine focus on attending to every detail to build a completely joined-up experience. So from the inviting textures of your Etro cotton sheets and pillows to the garden-picked garnish of herbs on your dinner plate, expect the smaller things to satisfy discerning tastes too. Each beautifully appointed room or suite becomes a private sanctuary, with extra touches and style statements to crown your stay with luxury and a rewarding sense of sophistication. MacBook Air, Nespresso, Bang & Oluffson and Jo Malone are the trusted brands you’ll find in-room to round off your entertainment, refreshment and pampering needs.

The food at Casa Angelina

Dining at Casa Angelina, oozing Amalfi-style goodness fresh from the Campania region on the hotel’s doorstep, is a gourmet experience. Campania is a bountiful place that counts the birthplace of pizza, world-famous capers and sun-ripened tomatoes as its contributions to global cuisine, among much else that will brighten any meal. The traditions of the Campanian kitchen are closely upheld by the Casa Angelina chef team, making the hotel a foodie hotspot for culinary tourists to get a real flavour of coastal Italian cooking.

Please note: A city tax of up to 5 euros per person per night applies at this hotel, payable locally.



Classic Room

Perfect for short-break stays. Classic Rooms are just that – classic. Ideal for short getaways, these rooms pack in everything you could possibly need into a clean, contemporary and understatedly chic 22-square-meter space. There is a comfortable king-size bed and either a window or a small balcony with side-on sea views – the saturated green and blue tones of the surrounding Amalfi Coast are perfectly complemented by the pristine white walls and furniture within the room. Amenity-wise, guests who stay here will want for nothing, with a well-lit work desk, a flat-screen TV, Apple iPad and complimentary Wi-Fi all included. The bathroom, again bearing Casa Angelina’s hallmark pared-down style, comes with a bath and shower combo as well as a separate toilet and bidet.

Canopy Room

Large and light-filled for a feeling of space. The spacious, bright and airy Canopy Rooms come with large windows through which soft sunlight pours through, casting a flattering filter onto the minimalist-style, all-white room. Measuring a generous 35 square meters, the Canopy Rooms are perfect for guests who want to stretch out and enjoy the feeling of space. As well as a king-size canopy bed, some Canopy Rooms also come with sofa beds, making them suitable for families staying at Casa Angelina. In addition to allowing sunlight to stream in, the large windows also offer viewpoints out to the fabulously photogenic neighbouring town of Positano as well as promising partial sea views. All Casa Angelina’s regular amenities, including a work desk, a flat-screen TV, Apple iPad, touch panels for controlling the lighting and complimentary Wi-Fi, are all included as standard.

Romantic Room

A lovers’ retreat, for eternal memories. Measuring 23 square meters, the intimate Romantic Rooms are the ideal Amalfi Coast honeymoon hideaway for loved-up couples. Decorated in Casa Angelina’s all-white style, these serene, elegant retreats come with a private four-square-meter (43-square-foot) sea view balcony. An outdoor table and chairs face directly out to sea and provide a dreamy setting for drinks. Complimentary Wi-Fi ensures guests can stay connected, while a host of other in-room amenities, including a work desk, flat-screen TV, Apple iPad and a bath shower combo, up the comfort factor for couples.

Terrace Room

A prime choice for sun-worshippers. With a 30-square-meter outdoor terrace accompanying the 30-square-meter interior space, the Terrace Rooms – of which there are just two – are perfect for guests who want to maximize their time in the southern Italian sun. The rooms, decked out in Casa Angelina’s signature minimalist style, come with either a king-size bed or two twin beds, as well as a spate of in-room amenities including a Nespresso machine, a Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TV, Apple iPad, an iPod Dock, a work desk and an electronic touch panels for adjusting lighting preferences. Guests also have access to complimentary Wi-Fi. As the name suggests, the real draw of these rooms is the sea-view terrace, which comes equipped with sun loungers for daytime lazing, and a table and chairs for sunset spritzes or a romantic evening meal.

Grand Deluxe Seaview Room

The ultimate expression of a signature style. Encapsulating the minimal, elegant aesthetic and pristine all-white perfection of Casa Angelina, the 30-square-meter top-floor Grand De Luxe Suite is the ultimate style statement. With smartly simplistic furnishings and fittings from the who’s who of the European design world (think Driade chairs, Philippe Starck lighting and Gandia Blasco sunbeds), this suite exudes effortless style and timeless sophistication. Situated on the top floor of Casa Angelina, the Grand de Luxe Suite offers unsurpassed views of the Amalfi Coast. It even comes with its own private 30-square-meter terrace, perfect for private sunbathing sessions and for romantic sundowners as day gives way to dusk. The spacious bathroom includes a bath and shower as well as a separate toilet and bidet. Among the other in-room amenities are a Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TV, Apple iPad, a DVD player, a work desk and a Nespresso coffee machine. The room’s lights can be controlled via a touch panel and guests also have access to complimentary Wi-Fi.


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Food & Drink


At Casa Angelina, every day starts off the right way with a big, delicious breakfast. This hotel puts breakfast back on the pedestal it deserves, lining up a fully-fledged feast of morning dishes. An extensive buffet selection includes fresh-from-the-oven breads, homemade cakes and savoury tarts as well as perfectly ripe fruit, honeys and sweet preserves. Enjoy an assortment of cheeses, freshly cut cured meats, salmon and salads too, and the chefs will cook eggs and other hot dishes to order. Guests can choose between various tea blends and herbal teas, as well as freshly squeezed fruit juices, mineral waters and even Champagne - whether you’ve got something to celebrate or want to just celebrate being on vacation. The coffee too, which can be prepared whatever way you desire, whether a simple espresso or a frothy cappuccino, is carefully made by a specialist barista.

Seascape Cocktail Bar

Sip cocktails on the cliff-edge terrace. The on-site bar promises world-class cocktails and majestic views. Some of the most popular seats are to be found on the bar’s cliff-edge terrace, which is furnished with a smattering of teak tables and sun-shading umbrellas, and provides prime vantage points for cocktail sipping while soaking up the exquisite coastal vistas. Expert bartenders look locally for inspiration, mixing together refreshing concoctions such as the Limonce Mojito, a play on the classic mojito featuring white run, Amalfi Coast limoncello liqueur, lemon juice, mint, sugar and soda. Aperol spritz, another classic Italian aperitivo, is also given a twist with hotel-propriety Casa Angelina Champagne (a blend made by Pierre Mignon) providing the fizz. Marrakech’s cigar selection, which features Cubans such as Habanos Cohiba 52, Cohiba 21 and Partacas, alongside a selection of vintage Italian grappas, rums, whiskey and cognacs as well as delectable chocolates from Tuscan artisans Amedei and the Parisian Patisserie Angeline, provide guests with some rather tempting after-dinner options too.

Sundeck Pool Restaurant

Because holidays are made for barefoot, poolside dining. At Casa Angelina, the poolside restaurant serves meals that spotlight the Mediterranean pantry. Think Italian summer staples: Caprese salad done right (with locally produced mozzarella di bufala, sweet juice-bursting cherry tomatoes and peppery rocket) and prosciutto di Parma with melon, as well as more filling mains such as Neapolitan-style meatballs and thin vermicelli pasta with just-caught clams. Desserts offer the chance to indulge in some of the sweet dishes that southern Italy excels at, such as torta Caprese (a flourless chocolate and almond cake), chocolate semifreddo and ice cream or - if you fancy something a little lighter - pineapple carpaccio. So whether you want to lazily graze your way through an afternoon while spread out on a sun lounger overlooking the rugged Amalfi Coast cliffs, or sit down for a long, lingering lunch with your other half, the pool sundeck restaurant has you covered.


Kindle your passion for Italian cuisine with Casa Angelina’s dining adventures. Good food starts with good local suppliers. Which is why Taste sources the majority of its ingredients from the trusted producers and artisans of the surrounding Amalfi Coast and wider Campania region. The region is, after all, home to some of Italy’s best cheeses (mozzarella di bufala Campana), citruses (those famously sweet Amalfi lemons), and tomatoes (pomodoro San Marzano). Fresh seafood is also in ample supply here, and the region is also a major exporter of pasta, olive oil and wine. With produce like this on offer nearby, why look elsewhere.

Un Piano Nel Cielo

Experience haute cuisine with views to match at this top-floor restaurant. The gourmet restaurant Un Piano Nel Cielo (whose apt name translates as ‘floor in the sky’, owes much to the Amalfi Coast’s natural bounty. Not only does the surrounding landscape yield much of the produce that makes its way the kitchen, it also provides the knockout sea, sky and coastal views visible from the restaurant’s top-floor terrace. Large wall-span windows in the indoor dining space ensure that all guests, whether eating al fresco or not, can also enjoy the dramatic coastal scenery. Menus at Un Piano Nel Cielo take a seasonal slant and borrow from the rich cultural tradition of Campania, with the head chef sourcing the bulk of the produce locally to be used in reimagined classic dishes. With the bountiful waters of the coast literally a stone’s throw away, fish naturally takes pride of place, with everything from tender sautéed squid to lobster spaghetti showing up on the menu. The best cuts of locally sourced meat are also well-represented in carefully considered dishes such as pistachio-crusted rack of lamb and Marsala-marinated beef. Multi-course tasting menus serve as a platform for the kitchen team to showcase their culinary vision with vegetarian tasting menu options available for non-meat eaters. Sommeliers are also on hand to help diners pick the perfect accompaniment from the extensive collection of Italian and international wines.

Wine Cellar

The 4,000-bottle wine cellar is jam-packed with quality from far and wide. Amassed by experienced sommeliers for Un Piano Nel Cielo restaurant and reinvigorated with additions on a regular basis, the wine collection represents some 600 wine labels. It includes top vintages from well-known Italian producers as well as rarer bottles from under-the-radar regional winemakers. While Italian wines dominate the selection, international producers are also represented with a particularly strong showing from France an interesting selection of bottles from emerging regions and soon-to-be-discovered appellations. Bubbles, both of French and Italian origins, also abound and include the hotel’s own proprietary Casa Angelina Champagne brut and rose. Produced by renowned French winemaker Pierre Mignon, the Casa Angelina champagne is served upon arrival to all diners in the Un Piano Nel Cielo restaurant - the hotel’s way of saying benvenuto! Should you want to delve even deeper into the hotel’s pile of pours, a wine tasting session can be arranged, as well as customised wine pairings to accompany your dinner, based on your personal preferences.