Set in a restored 17th-century Italian monastery property, this breathtaking clifftop hotel is filled with four levels of gardens, lush landscaping, plentiful lounge chairs, and stunning views of the Amalfi Coast. Each of the 20 rooms and suites has been individually designed with furniture hand-picked by the owner, Bianca, throughout her travels in Italy. One-of-a-kind antiques accent the suites while historical black and white photographs taken before the renovation pepper the walls throughout. All rooms are named for an herb that the nuns would have used in making their medicines from the Monastero Santa Rosa garden.
Monastero Santa Rosa hosts a fully equipped spa to rival any major city spa, offering not just treatment rooms, but large-scale amenities that include a sauna, steam, mosaic-tiled experience shower, hydro pool, and tepidarium. The Spa preserves the original 17th Century vaulted ceilings and many of its rustic walls, maintaining the monastic heritage of this beautiful property.
You can delight in authentic Italian cuisine at Ristorante Il Refettorio. Prepared with the freshest local, organic ingredients of Conca dei Marini you can enjoy an appetizer trio of crustaceans—lobster with chickpea puree and smoked olive oil broad bean salad with bacon and king prawn ravioli with tomatoes and candied lemon. With Monastero Santa Rosa’s own herb and vegetable garden on-site, every morsel is guaranteed to be fresh and delicious.
Centrally located, the hotel is just a 20-minute car or boat ride from the most scenic towns like Positano, Amalfi and Ravello.