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These glorious hotels perched on ancient streets, Tuscan hills and seaside cliffs deliver it in spades.
Axar.az reports that attentive service and luxurious amenities, Italian hotels do travel hospitality right.
The infinity pool perched high above the Tyrrhenian Sea is a showstopper, but it's just the beginning.
Staying at Hotel Caruso is to indulge in all of what makes Ravello so seductive - terraced gardens of olive trees, lemon groves and rose bushes, frescoed ceilings, ancient stone vaults, and airy, elegant rooms with four-poster beds.
In contrast to the over-the-top grandeur of many Amalfi Coast hotels, J.K. Place has the casual, contemporary feel of an intimate but high-end beach house.
The guest rooms are studies in chic neutrals, some with dashes of coral and blue, while public spaces feature walls the color of the ocean and plenty of windows and balconies for viewing the real thing
All those photos of Positano villas tucked into the cliffs above the sea? A large percentage of them are taken at Le Sirenuse, the unofficial flagship property of the entire Amalfi Coast.
Accordingly, the hotel's terraces are the best seats in the house, whether it's the guest room private patios or the ones at Franco's Bar, outside of the Michelin-starred La Sponda, or beside the lemon tree-lined pool.
Rows of orange day beds and off-white beach umbrellas line an outcropping jutting into the sea.
Il San Pietro is the only hotel in Positano with direct access to a private beach.
For convenience, an elevator carries guests down (and more importantly, up) the cliff face to reach the coveted spot, which also houses a solarium, bar, and restaurant.
The newest addition to the Como scene, Il Sereno eschews old-fashioned style for striking, modern design by Patricia Urquiola.
Naturally, with a building cut into a cliff-face and perched over the water, the views here are out of this world, especially from the infinity pool and its loungers.
2018.10.18 / 13:35