Sneak Peek: Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa, Amalfi Coast

  • Rooftop
  • Side view
  • Arch view
  • Hallway

Originally a 17th-century monastery, the Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa opened on May 17 on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. The five-floor hotel is built into the side of a mountain and has a glass elevator overlooking the Bay of Salerno. It has 20 rooms and suites, a pool, and gardens that lead to a 12th-century chapel. The building’s original vaulted ceilings remain throughout its spa—which features a steam room and sauna and a hydrotherapy pool—and its restaurant, which opens to an outdoor terrace with a fireplace. (+39.089.832.1199, www.monasterosantarosa.com)

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