Le Sirenuse is a wonderful place from which to enjoy the simple pleasures of Positano and the spectacular Amalfi Coast. John Steinbeck, who visited in 1953, wrote '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.'
Rooms & Suites
Le Sirenuse’s rooms and suites embrace and reflect the luminous shimmer of the Mediterranean. White walls, repainted every winter, white ceilings, many of them in traditional Amalfi Coast cross-vault style, crisp white bedspreads, soft white cotton curtains through which the sunlight gently filters – each of the 58 rooms is a soothing, spotless realm of light.
But there’s something else that’s more difficult to put into words. It’s to do with feeling at home as soon as you settle into an elegantly upholstered sofa, or a vintage cast iron chair on your private terrace with its ridiculously beautiful view. It’s to do with feeling at home – but also feeling that you’ve come to a place owned by people who care, who pay attention to details.
Restaurants & Bars
Eating and drinking well in congenial company is so important in southern Italy it approaches the sacred. At Le Sirenuse, they have built four temples to this dolce vita belief system. All you need to do, as jasmine perfumes the lunchtime air or dusk throws shapes and shades over the rippling Mediterranean, is choose your mood. They'll take care of the rest.
Who says you can’t eat, drink, meet amici, fall in love and stay healthy all at the same time? Spa treatments that focus on you, fresh, delicious seasonal Mediterranean cuisine, the challenging mountain workouts of our twice-yearly fitness retreat – in Positano, wellness is a way of life, one that is all about feeling good in body and soul.