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Le Sirenuse, Positano, Italy

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Le Sirenuse is right next to the coastline and overlooks the beaches and the Mediterranean Sea. It is owned by the Sersale family who converted their family house into this lovely hotel. Located on the South West side of Positano, the view from this luxury delight simply takes your breath away- miles and miles of endless blue as far as the eyes can see.

About the Hotel

There are two variants of the 58 guestrooms available – suites and rooms with either a sea or pool view. All the rooms have a private balcony. The rooms are spacious with vault- like ceilings and tiled floors and the décor is white with hints of blue- keeping in line with the sea theme. There are huge French windows to allow for the best possible view. The furniture is a mix of the modern and antique and is from the East as well as Europe. The bathrooms are tiled and made of marble and have a variety of body products and own brand of toiletries.


All rooms have been equipped with TV, Ac, King and Queen-sized beds, free internet, an iPod dock, a blueray player etc. The bathrooms are well equipped and pamper with a spa bath. The guests can make use of the gym and an outdoor swimming pool. The wellness center comes with massage, sauna, Hammam, steam room and solarium. There is also a Michelin starred restaurant and a champagne and oyster bar. It has a common lounge and a special smoking area. Boats on rent are available and can be booked from the hotel. The hotel does not allow pets. The hotel staff goes out of its way to be helpful and has received outstanding reviews.

Transportation and Sightseeing

The major attractions, without doubt, are the beaches and there are plenty of them. The Spiaggia Grande is one of the most popular beaches although you would need to do a bit of stair climbing before you reach there. It also has some of the best restaurants. You could also go for the Spiaggia Del Fornillo beach, a romantic getaway where you can enjoy the sea and breeze without the crowd. There is also the Li Galli Island- an archipelago of three islands where mermaids were said to inhabit, playing the lyre and singing.

The ruins of Pompeii (a village buried alive under ash and cinder when Mt Vesuvius erupted in AD 79 and killed all the twenty thousand inhabitants) are a must-visit. Also recommended are the Villa Rufolo and Marina di Puolo. If you love trekking, the famous Path of the Gods is for you. It takes you along the Amalfi coast from Agerola to Positano.

The Seiano Circumvesuviana Train Station and the Meta Circumvesuviana train station are nearby. Amalfi can be reached in about forty minutes by car while Sorrento is 15 km from the hotel. The hotel also runs a shuttle service (charged separately) and an airport shuttle. Parking facilities are available on request.

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