Le Sirenuse

    Stark, whitewashed walls accentuate colorful Vietri tiles in Le Sirenuse’s guest rooms, most of which include bougainvillea-lined terraces with dramatic views of the coast. Several suites include original antiques, old master paintings, and whirlpool bathtubs with ocean views. Those who wish to venture off of the property can take day trips to Capri and Pompeii. Accommodations Most of the 63 rooms and suites have terraces lined with bougainvillea and potted citrus trees. Recreation Relaxing at the spa and swimming pool and hiking in the nearby mountains. Dining The resort recently added the outdoor Champagne and Oyster Bar, but the main restaurant, La Sponda, remains the most romantic setting for meals and drinks. Worthy Diversion Thrill seekers can rise early for a bike ride along the winding roads of the Amalfi Coast. Rates Sea-view rooms from $700, one-bedroom suites from $1,735, and two-bedroom suites from $2,135.

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