How often do we get to sleep in a 13th-century Italian convent with a dazzling view of the sea? Exactly, not often. Choosing to stay at NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi might just be the answer to your prayers. Carved into the rock, this impressive monastery where Capuchin monks used to live unveils over-the-top views of Amalfi and its unique coast. The building is actually so beautiful that has been the subject for many architecture and photographic publications. The experience of staying at super luxury NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi couldn't be any more exciting: ancient structural elements blend with modernity in a faultless way, preserving all the place's original character. Rooms at NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi are impeccably decorated in neutral tones and feature all the luxurious amenities expected from a true five-star hotel. Dedicate some time to the process of reinvigorating your body by attending to the hotel's lush spa. Guests are also invited to visit the hotel's own private chapel. One of our favorite areas of this Amalfi hotel is its quiet infinity pool facing the sea - take a dive there and you'll easily understand what we mean.
One of Amalfi wonders it to take full pleasure of its pristine sea waters. For guests staying at imposing Hotel Santa Caterina, among the best hotels in the Amalfi Coast, this is particularly true: the hotel features a by-the-sea, salted-water heated pool with direct access to the sea, allowing sun-bathers to swim on the calm Mediterranean and have some fun with the gentle waves generated by the occasional passing boats. Rooms at Hotel Santa Caterina are spacious and comfortable, some featuring partial or complete sea views. Experience a candle light dinner at Santa Caterina, the hotel's exclusive Italian restaurant. In the warmer months, Restaurant Al Mare, next to the beach platform, serves delicious pizzas and local fish in an informal atmosphere. The only downside of Hotel Santa Caterina, one of the best hotels in Amalfi, is that, eventually, you'll have to leave.