Le Sirenuse Hotel – Glamour In PositanoSirenuse  

This 18th Century villa is still privately owned by the Sersale family, who opened their summer house as a hotel in 1951.

It was just about the time the Positano region of Italy was growing as a tourist destination thanks, in no small part, to John Steinbeck's remarking in an essay published in 1953, ‘Positano bites deep.

It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.

The hotel has a beautiful vantage point overlooking a steep decline dotted with village houses to the beach and marina.

It consistently comes in the top 10 European hotels in the World Traveler Awards, and its Michelin-starred restaurant will serve you a meal you will not forget.

This family-run hotel will happily organize your excursions to see the petrified inhabitants of Pompeii, or maybe lounging on a private boat or yacht is more your thing.

There are exclusive artisan products available from the boutique shop in the lobby.

The spa is designed by Gae Aulenti, who took time out from designing contemporary art museums in Paris to help create this unique spa space.

Type: Luxury   Villa
Location: Positano  Italy  West Europe
Positano, Italy

Le Sirenuse is a five-star hotel set in an elegant building from the 18th century.

Le Sirenuse Hotel exterior

The hotel is located in the heart of Positano, a picturesque town on the Amalfi Coast known for its colorful houses, lovely streets, and beautiful beaches.

Le Sirenuse Hotel

The hotel is built on a hillside, offering panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea from many of its guest rooms and public spaces.

The location is perfect in the middle of the city center, with only a short walk of approx—5 minutes to the main beach of Positano, the Spiaggia Grande.

Le Sirenuse Hotel interior with vintage paintings on the wall

Le Sirenuse is famous for its high-class service and is a popular destination for romantic getaways, honeymoons, and special occasions.

Vintage furniture in Le Sirenuse Hotel

Many original architectural features have been preserved, including frescoes, arches, and terracotta tile floors.

Italian vintage furniture

If you come to Le Sirenuse during the day, you will first notice the light. Here, the sea's light is reflected in the white walls, which creates bright rooms and suites.

Le Sirenuse Hotel bar

Le Sirenuse Hotel spa entrance

Le Sirenuse Hotel restaurant

Le Sirenuse Hotel restaurant with view on Positano

The hotel's restaurant, La Sponda, is considered one of the best on the Amalfi Coast and serves traditional Mediterranean cuisine made with local ingredients.

Le Sirenuse Hotel bedroom

Every detail in the rooms is carefully selected, including the beautiful bedsheets and toiletries produced locally in Positano.

Le Sirenuse Hotel vintage room

The hotel's decor blends traditional Mediterranean style and modern luxury with a color palette of white, blue, and terracotta.

Le Sirenuse Hotel room with terrace

Le Sirenuse Hotel suite with bathroom inside the room

Le Sirenuse Hotel bathroom

Sirenuse room with terrace

Dining on the terrace at Le Sirenuse Hotel

View from the terrace on Positano in Le Sirenuse Hotel

Le Sirenuse Hotel terrace restaurant

Sirenuse restaurant

Dining on the terrace of Le Sirenuse Hotel with view on Positano

Dining in the evening on the terrace at Le Sirenuse Hotel

White terrace of Le Sirenuse Hotel

Classy woman drinking wine on the terrace of Le Sirenuse Hotel

Le Sirenuse Hotel swimming pool and facade details

At the swimming pool of Le Sirenuse Hotel

Relaxing at the swimming pool of Le Sirenuse Hotel

Le Sirenuse Hotel swimming pool in the evening

Le Sirenuse Hotel terrace with view on Positano

Window to Positano

View on Positano and the Mediterranean sea from above

Rocks of the Mediterranean sea in Positano

Yachting in Positano

Arriving on a boat to Positano in Italy

Via C Colombo 30, Positano, Italy