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Le Sirenuse Positano

Italy (Europe)

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Le Sirenuse opened its doors in 1951, turning a humble summer house into a hotel overlooking the Positano Bay. Listed by Condé Nast on the 2016 CN Traveler Gold List, Le Sirenuse' intimate roots and luxurious vision makes it one of the world's leading seaside resorts. The heritage property overlooks the stunning panoramas of the Amalfi Coast, making it a spectacular oceanfront getaway.

Guests at Le Sirenuse are invited to explore the Amalfi Coast on one of the resort's private boats or unwind at the state of the art in-house Spa, designed by Italian Architect Gae Aulenti.

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  • Food
  • Things To Do

Le Sirenuse houses 58 rooms, all uniquely furnished with a mix of antique and contemporary pieces inspired by the eclectic charm of both Europe and the East. Guests can choose to stay in luxury accommodation, from the Inner Courtyard Room, Pool Terrace View Room, Sea View Room, Deluxe Sea View Room, Deluxe Superior Sea View Room, Junior Sea View Room, Junior Suite Superior Sea Room and the 1 & 2 Bedroom Suite.

All rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, a DVD player, an iPod docking station, a flat-screen plasma TV, air conditioning, minibar and a safe. They also provide the luxury line of bath products "Eau d'Italie," produced exclusively for Le Sirenuse by the Sersale family in Italy.

Beds at Le Sirenuse have thick orthopaedic mattresses as well as feather toppers and linen sheets. The hotel provides nightly turn-down service to ensure guests' comfort during their stay.

Inspired by Amalfi Coast's tradition and ingredients, Chef Gennaro Russo has created menus, both traditional and innovative.

Indulge in the light, fresh Mediterranean delicacies at La Sponda Restaurant, a Michelin-starred restaurant using locally-sourced ingredients to produce the most exceptional quality food.

Le Serenuse's Champagne Bar and Grill open in the evening, overlooking the night view of Positano Bay, a perfect place to relax and unwind.

Serving lunch, the Pool Bar and Restaurant is surrounded by lemon trees and flowers, making it a scenic place to grab a bite before a dip in the pool.

  • Private boat excursions
  • Hotel flower tour 
  • Workout classes (Pilates, Megaformer, Resistance Band) 
  • Local village trips
  • Sunset cruise 
  • Wine tasting 
  • Cocktail creations
  • Visits to local limoncello factory
  • Olive oil tasting 
  • Massages 
  • Body Treatments 
  • Facial Treatments
  • Swimming pool and gym facilities 
1 Retreats Found
6 nights / 7 days

6-Night Le Sirenuse 'Dolce Vitality' Amalfi Coast Fitness Retreat

Le Sirenuse Positano
Le Sirenuse opened its doors in 1951, turning a humble summer house into a hotel overlooking the Positano Bay. Listed by Condé Nas...
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FALL 2020 1-7 NOV and SPRING 2021 14-20 MAR
price per retreat from US$6,575

location

Via Cristoforo Colombo, 30, 84017 Positano SA, Italy

Le Sirenuse calls the Italian village Positano on the Amalfi Drive home.

Positano is situated on the Amalfi Coast which is 55km south of Naples.

How To Get There:

By Plane:
The closest airport is the Capadichino International Airport in Naples and takes around 90-minutes by car. Private pick-up service can be arranged with the hotel upon request.

By Train:
The high-speed train connections between Rome, Florence, Milan and Venice can take you to Naples Central Station. It is then a 90-minute drive by car from the train station to the hotel. Private pick-up service can be arranged with the hotel upon request. To see train schedules and plan your route, visit www.trenitalia.co

By Car:
Drive along the A3 Napoli-Pompei-Salerno Highway and exit at Castellammare di Stabia. Then follow the signs towards Positano.

By Hydrofoil Ferry:
The Hydrofoil Ferry is only available during summer months between April and October. This fast-passenger service connects Positano with Capri, Sorrento and other Amalfi Coast destinations.

Via Cristoforo Colombo, 30, 84017 Positano SA, Italy