Featured hotels in Amalfi Coast

  • £50

    Average price per night

    Hotel Savoia, Positano
    9.3 Superb 1,064 reviews
    Description Hotel Savoia has been in the family for 3 generations. It has a fantastic location in Positano, next to popular Mulini Square and 200 metres from the beach.
    Review

    "Beautiful facilities with an amazing view of the sea & the town. Incredible breakfast, very helpful staff...we loved our stay!!"

    Katie. New Zealand
  • £116

    Average price per night

    Villa Piedimonte, Ravello
    9.3 Superb 468 reviews
    Description Boasting an outdoor pool and a sun terrace with panoramic views of the Amalfi Coast, Villa Piedimonte offers accommodation in Ravello.
    Review

    "The staff was very friendly and helpful. The property has the most amazing views."

    Raquel Cariati. Canada
  • £267

    Average price per night

    Villa Magia, Positano
    9.7 Exceptional 200 reviews
    Description Located in Positano, Villa Magia is a boutique hotel offering an outdoor pool and terraces with panoramic views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
    Review

    "Hotel was beautiful and the staff were so friendly and helpful"

    Emily Coombs. United Kingdom
  • £368

    Average price per night

    Le Sirenuse, Positano

    Le Sirenuse

    Positano City Centre, Positano

    9.6 Exceptional 185 reviews
    Description Centrally located in Positano, Le Sirenuse is just 200 metres from the coast and its beautiful beaches.
    Review

    "It is a magical hotel. Amazing location. Wonderful views. Superb service."

    Michael. United Kingdom
  • £99

    Average price per night

    La Moresca, Ravello
    9.1 Superb 312 reviews
    Description Boasting a spacious shared terrace with stunning sea views, La Moresca offers rooms in the centre of Ravello. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the property.
    Review

    "- Perfect place with great location and stunning view - Very cozy and comfortable room with all required bathroom accessories - Friendly personnel that returned to the reception after 8PM for our check..."

    Viktor. Ukraine
  • £445

    Average price per night

    Il San Pietro di Positano, Positano

    Il San Pietro di Positano

    Laurito, Positano

    9.7 Exceptional 177 reviews
    Description Offering a private beach, fitness centre and a Michelin-starred restaurant, Il San Pietro di Positano is located in Positano.
    Review

    "Spectacular views, beautiful rooms and exceptional service."

    Sophie. United Kingdom
  • £182

    Average price per night

    Al Barilotto del Nonno, Positano

    Al Barilotto del Nonno

    Laurito, Positano

    9.4 Superb 386 reviews
    Description Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea, family-run Al Barilotto del Nonno offers air-conditioned rooms with a terrace and sea views.
    Review

    "One of the most relaxing places we have ever been to. There is a Beach near the Hotel with a very good restaurant, but it is 20 minutes down a steep path. Also it is a 20 minutes walk to Positano Town...."

    Richard. Philippines
  • £137

    Average price per night

    Albergo California, Positano

    Albergo California

    Positano City Centre, Positano

    9.3 Superb 215 reviews
    Description Featuring a terrace with panoramic views of the Amalfi Coast, Albergo California offers classic accommodation in Positano.
    Review

    "Staff very helpful- stunning view"

    Cathy Kaschula. South Africa
  • £120

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa San Michele, Ravello
    9.4 Superb 101 reviews
    Description Only 50 metres from the Tyrrhenian Sea, Hotel Villa San Michele is in Ravello's Castiglione area. It offers air-conditioned rooms with sea views, a traditional restaurant and a 24-hour reception.
    Review

    "Balcony extraordinary. Most stunning views on amalfi. Away from the crowds"

    Suzanne. Canada
  • £81

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa Delle Palme, Positano
    9.1 Superb 288 reviews
    Description Villa Delle Palme is a family-run hotel located on the main road of Positano, between 2 famous restaurants run by the same owners.
    Review

    "Hotel owner extremely friendly and helpful with great recommendations."

    Pam. Canada

Amalfi Coast highlights

Conca Dei Marini
Home to the Emerald Grotto, sea-lovers can snorkel in the crystalline waters, while foodies can savour Sfogliatella, a sweet shell-shaped pastry from the Convent of Santa Rosa.
‘Painted Village’ of Furore
Small but full of character, this stunning hillside town gets its other moniker from the colourful open-air museum of murals lining its bougainvillea-lined streets.
Romantic Ravello
While Annunziata Historic Building hosts recitals, Villa Rufolo also delights with spectacular views and concerts in its gorgeous gardens.
Handcrafted goods from the Amalfi Coast
The Amalfi Coast is a home to unique artisan products. Positano is known for its linen beachwear, while Maiori is where you can shop for handmade Gladiator leathersandals.
Natural caves of Praiano
Set in natural caves, revellers can head to Africana Famous Club and admire the shimmering waters below. Extravagant live performance and lobster dinners are also on offer.
The ceramics trail of Vietri sul Mare
While colourful ceramics can be admired up and down the Amalfi Coast, the traditions of the master ceramist are a closely guarded secret in this picturesque coastal town.
The fishing village and anchovy paradise of Cetara
Experts at preserving anchovies, trattorias here are known for their fresh homemade pasta with fermented anchovy essence Colatura di Alici, topped with crunchy pumpkin.
Lemony pastries at Piazza Cantilena
Sal de Riso Patisserie is perfect for people watching with some chilled lemon mousse, a zesty lemon sorbet, or a generous slice of pear and ricotta cake.
Historic Piazza del Duomo
The grand staircase at 9th-century Amalfi Cathedral is a must-see. Sample chocolate-covered orange candy overlooking the bougainvillea terraces and turquoise waters.
Sunbathing along the Amalfi Coast
Crystal clear waters and endless stretches of golden sands run from Duoglio Beach in Amalfi to Cavallo Morto Beach in Maiori, while the hidden Laurito Beach near Positano is wonderfully secluded.

A Feast For the Eyes

Comprised of brightly coloured villages cascading down sheer cliffs, the Amalfi Coast is on the opposite side of a peninsula from Sorrento. Between the UNESCO World Heritage-listed villages are lemon groves and winding roads hugging the coastline that are definitely not for the nervous driver!

In wonderful Positano, delicately positioned houses somehow manage to cling to the cliffs. The next village along is Praiano, on a flatter piece of land and with a 12th-century church. Furore in the hills above a fjord has its own winery.

Amalfi itself is picturesque, as it rises from the harbour to the top of its 13th-century cathedral. As the coast’s largest town, it has a good selection of bars, restaurants and accommodation. Adjoining it is Atrani, a fishing village with a dramatic, beachside road supported by arches.

High above is Ravello whose Villa Rufolo’s landscaped gardens offer magnificent panoramas of the coastline below. Due to its position, this town boasts the Amalfi Coast hotels with the best views and, of course, prices to match. Back at sea level Minori and Maiori have the longest beaches.

Due of all this splendor, you might struggle to find cheap Amalfi Coast hotels, but there is also a selection of affordable apartments and B&Bs on Booking.com, and in any case the fantastic views makes the price well worth it.