14 Top-Rated Resorts on the Amalfi Coast

The remarkable Amalfi Coast is a bucket-list destination for all types of travelers. Its picture-perfect views and stunning cliffside resorts make it a spectacular place to visit, especially for couples in search of romance. In fact, this Italian superstar is ranked as one of the best honeymoon destinations in Europe.

From infinity pools overhanging rocky peaks to private beaches reached by a funicular, there's no shortage of fun things to do at the best resorts on the Amalfi Coast. And if you're hoping for a meal to drool over, you won't be disappointed. The top resorts in this region of Campania are flanked by award-winning restaurants serving the freshest of local fare.

Whether you choose to visit the postcard-worthy Amalfi, Positano, or Ravello, you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to an incredible resort featuring awe-inspiring vistas and top-notch service. If you have the time, why not hop from one town to the next?

Use our list of the best resorts on the Amalfi Coast to find your perfect accommodations.

1. Villa Magia, Positano

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An intimate five-star retreat with only 12 rooms, the Villa Magia is an ideal resort for couples looking for romance on the Amalfi Coast. Once a family home, the recent upgrades have transformed this lovely space into a luxury resort filled with high-end amenities and excellent service.

Its small size grants guests the amorous feeling of staying in a private villa while they're treated like visitors of a plush hotel. On the grounds, you'll find a fab restaurant, called Luna, on the main terrace; multiple pools; a snack bar; and an open-air spa.

Each room is set up as a spacious suite, featuring a variety of luxurious decorations and furnished balconies that offer breathtaking vistas. The double with spa bathroom includes a hammam steam bath while the suite with private pool comes with–you guessed it–a private pool!

Unlike other top resorts on the Amalfi Coast, guests won't have to climb a ton of stairs to reach this boutique spot. It's easily accessed from the road, yet still affords visitors remarkable panoramic views.

The resort's convenient location in the heart of Positano makes it a perfect base for exploring the Amalfi Coast.

Address: Via San Giovanni 19 via san Giovani, 17, Positano, Italy

2. Il San Pietro di Positano, Positano

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From a tennis court perched above the sea to a Michelin-starred restaurant to glamorous rooms carved into a cliff, Il San Pietro di Positano has everything you'll need for a romantic vacation on the Amalfi Coast. The outdoor, clifftop pool area is remarkable, both for its comfort (it is surrounded by sun loungers and umbrellas) and impeccable views.

This is the only resort in Positano to boast direct access to a private beach, and guests will find it easy to reach this sought-after amenity. No need to climb hundreds of stairs or hop on a shuttle bus – the cliffside elevator will get you there in a jiffy.

When hunger hits, head to one of the resort's multiple restaurants, Zass (the Michelin-star awarded seafront eatery), Carlino (a beachside venue), and the Bee Chic food truck offer exceptional fare, much of which is farmed from the resort's 10 terraces of organic gardens.

Rooms come in various sizes, but all boast a private, furnished terrace; handmade ceramics created by local artisans; awesome views; and super luxe décor, including handmade bedding.

The attractions, restaurants, and other fun things to do in Positano are a mere three minutes away by the resort's free shuttle. Also complimentary is a two-hour boat cruise, which is offered from June to mid-September. No wonder this has been dubbed one of the best resorts in Italy.

Address: Via Laurito, 2, Positano, Italy

3. Grand Hotel Quisisana, Capri

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It's hard to beat the central location of the Grand Hotel Quisisana. Set just a couple of steps from the main Piazzetta in Capri, this resplendent resort oozes relaxation and elegance. And that's something you'll need once you digest the nightly rate–we're talking $2,000 and above, depending on the season.

Luckily, guests get a lot of bang for their proverbial buck at this historic resort (it opened in 1845). In addition to outdoor and indoor heated pools, there's a spa boasting multiple treatment rooms, a Turkish bath, and a sauna. A gym, beauty salon, and restaurants set by the pool and on the terrace make it easy to stay on the property all day.

Walk along marble floors so well polished, they gleam. Wander through the gardens, and gaze out to sea, soaking in the view of the Faraglione di Mezzo. No matter where you are, you'll find something gorgeous to soothe your soul. No wonder so many celebrities and royal figures have stayed here.

You can't go wrong with any of the rooms at this top luxury resort. They are bright, airy, spacious, and plush. Most offer captivating views of the resort grounds, gardens, swimming pool, or sea, and suites offer a furnished terrace. Marble floors, antique furniture, and majolica tiles combine to enhance the enchanting feel of these spectacular rooms.

Address: Via Camerelle, 2, Capri, Italy

4. Hotel Santa Caterina, Amalfi

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Home to a beach club, the historic Hotel Santa Caterina is a fun resort for families in Amalfi. Kids will adore the heated outdoor pool. It's filled with seawater, so they can feel as if they're jumping into the Mediterranean.

This is also where you'll find the Ristorante Al Mare, a tasty spot to dine on lighter fare with a captivating view. There are change rooms, showers, towels, and sun loungers and umbrellas on hand, plus two elevators to take you from the resort to the water. For dinner, the Glicine Restaurant is the best place to eat, especially if you enjoy gastronomic delights.

The resort, which opened in 1904, has been run by one family for over four generations. While it has been updated since then, guests are treated to the romantic feel of days of yore in the shape of antique furniture, hand-painted ceramic tiles, and ancient gardens. The resort also features a waterfront fitness center, boutique shop, and a spa. Their signature, Lemon Massage (a.k.a. Amalfi Gold) is a must-try.

There are many rooms and suites to choose from, most of which are incredibly romantic. Gorgeous bathrooms feature intricately tiled floors, some with marble accents and deep soaking tubs. The suites are larger, obviously, and include private balconies or a terrace with sea or garden views. Each room is uniquely decorated and elegantly furnished.

Address: S.S. Amalfitana 9, Amalfi, Italy

5. Villa Cimbrone Hotel, Ravello

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It's impossible to visit the Villa Cimbrone Hotel without feeling inspired. Even those who claim to lack an artistic streak will be tempted to put paint to canvas once they've seen the masterful décor in this cheerful and elegant resort. Don't forget to look up–the frescoed and tiled ceilings are divine.

An idyllic resort for couples, this retreat is intimate and incredibly romantic. The 19 guest rooms are housed in a deluxe villa that dates to the 12th century (don't worry, it's been upgraded since then).

A large, outdoor swimming pool offers guests a chance to cool off while enjoying a view of the surrounding mountains. A fitness center, gorgeous gardens, and staff masseuses ensure you'll be well detoxed and relaxed by the time you leave this heavenly resort.

A Michelin-starred restaurant, Il Flauto di Pan, offers exceptional dishes prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Mediterraneo is also on hand to serve guests who enjoy a tasty meal.

The accommodations here are stylish and romantic and range from standard rooms to small and large suites. Tiled floors, frescoed walls, and carved stone fireplaces enhance gorgeous fabrics while floor-to-ceiling windows highlight the real star of the resort: impeccable sea views.

Not a fan of driving along narrow, winding clifftop roads? Guests of this plush resort can take a helicopter instead, making use of the private helipad.

Address: Via S. Chiara, 26, Ravello, Italy

6. Caruso, A Belmond Hotel, Amalfi Coast, Ravello

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The splendid Caruso, A Belmond Hotel is an ideal resort for couples. Perched high above the Bay of Salerno, atop the jagged cliffs of the Amalfi Coast, this luxe resort is the stuff of dreams. It is situated at the highest point of Ravello, offering incredible vistas from every angle.

First, there's the remarkable infinity pool, which is so gorgeous, you won't want to get out. Next, there's the majestic setting: an 11th-century palace playing host to lush terraced gardens, multiple restaurants, a lavish spa, a fitness center, boutique, and 50 resplendent rooms and suites.

Each room type includes a balcony, antique furniture, unique décor, large marble bathrooms, and four-poster beds. The sea-view suite has its own garden, lush linens, and a separate living area. Daily breakfast for two is included with this room type, as is a spa credit, food and beverage credit, and one transfer either to or from the Naples airport.

Address: Piazza San Giovanni del Toro 2, Ravello

7. NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi, Amalfi

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The extraordinary NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi is a haven for couples. Perched on an 80-meter cliff, this luxury resort is one of the best places to visit in Amalfi, even if you don't want to incur the hefty charge to stay overnight.

Used as a monastery in the 13th century, this beautiful point of interest includes the original church and cloister, which provide stunning backdrops for photographs. A terraced garden presents guests with a romantic spot to enjoy a stroll, while the two top-notch restaurants are known for their delightful meals, as well as their magnificent vistas.

Speaking of views, almost all the resort's 53 rooms offer sea vistas. They're bright, clean, airy, and decorated in stark white tones to let the resort's star (the azure sea) take center stage. Book a suite if you'd like to enjoy a private terrace and outdoor Jacuzzi tub.

The facilities are as luxe as you'd expect from a highly rated five-star resort on the Amalfi Coast. You'll find a spa, gym, and heated cliffside infinity pool.

Exploring Amalfi's top attractions is easy to do with the resort's free shuttle–it only takes five minutes to get to the center of town.

Address: Via Annunziatella, 46, Amalfi

8. Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa, Conca dei Marini

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Much like the other luxury resorts on our list of the best resorts on the Amalfi Coast, the Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa boasts impressive sea views, terraced clifftop gardens, and an immaculate infinity pool. This building, too, once served as a Dominican monastery and dates to the 17th century.

Wandering the spectacular grounds will have guests oohing and aahing with abandon. It's impossible to avoid being impressed by the lush surroundings and historic architecture. Step foot in the spa, and that "aahing" will become even more dramatic. Enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant or poolside café, and your tastebuds will "ooh" in appreciation.

The 20 rooms and suites are an eclectic yet seamless mix of modern amenities and old-world charm. Dark wood accents add a rich feel to the comfy rooms.

The Deluxe Terrace Sea View Suite is a must if you like spending time outside. While luxurious inside (it has separate living and sleeping areas), the outdoor terrace is long and lovely, featuring a view so fabulous, you'll want to spend every waking moment gawking over it.

Address: Via Roma 2, Conca dei Marini, Italy

9. La Sirenuse Positano

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Be prepared to have your vacation plans ruined when you stay at Le Sirenuse in Positano. This five-star luxury resort is so beautiful, it has become an attraction in its own right. And it is chock-full of amenities so fabulous, you won't need to leave the property to fully enjoy your vacation.

Before you embark on a trip to this fantabulous place to visit, toss your must-do list and prepare to sit back, relax, and be pampered. The spa can help with that! So, too, can the outdoor pool and gym.

Grab a lite bite by the pool, or fresh, light fare at Aldo's. A meal at La Sponda is an adventure. Not only will the food cause you to salivate with joy, but the remarkable view will cause your heart to skip a beat. Add the live mandolin music, and you've got a romantic restaurant perfect for couples.

There are 58 bright, airy, and gorgeous rooms on offer at this swanky resort. They're painted white to give the accent pieces a chance to really pop. Great attention has been paid to every detail, including the floor tiles and high-end bathroom amenities. Breakfast is always included; despite which room you choose.

Address: Via Cristoforo Colombo, 30, Positano, Italy

10. Le Agavi Hotel, Positano

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Relaxation is the name of the game for guests of Le Agavi Hotel. Situated a mere three kilometers outside Positano, guests can enjoy a quiet respite as they lounge on their private, furnished balcony overlooking the sea.

The rooms and suites are tastefully decorated, with a seamless mix of contemporary design and various items that date to the 19th century.

A suite is the way to go if you're hoping for extra space and a higher level of luxury, but even if you choose a standard room, you won't be disappointed. Comfortable sofas line the outdoor terrace and the bathroom features either a mini waterfall massage shower or Jacuzzi tub.

The Remmese Beach House is both beautiful and gloriously relaxing. To reach the cozy sun loungers on this lovely deck, you can descend in the cliffside elevator. Once there, you can settle in, or head off to swim in secret coves and walk along the beach. Bring shoes if you plan to explore, as the beach is filled with large pebbles.

A restaurant is located just steps from the deck, making it easy to enjoy a refreshing meal.

An outdoor pool, fitness room, and spa are well appreciated by those looking to destress. And the La Serra restaurant is an excellent place to enjoy a delectable, romantic meal overlooking the city. A free shuttle takes guests to the center of Positano in a mere five minutes.

Address: Via Guglielmo Marconi, Positano, Italy

11. Palazzo Avino, Ravello

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The windows are a highlight of the grandiose Palazzo Avino resort in Ravello. Whether you're staying in a room with floor-to-ceiling beauties or one featuring giant arched masterpieces that allow the sparkling view to captivate your senses, you won't be disappointed.

Depending on the type of room you choose, you'll be privy to fab luxuries like a balcony or terrace, many which feature sea views and others that face the mountains. Some of the swankier suites come with two floors and glamorous marble bathrooms, as well as outdoor terrace tubs.

Two restaurants and a Chef's and Sommelier's Table ensure you'll dine in style, while the 20-meter outdoor pool, lush gardens, spa, fitness center, and the solarium with its own rooftop infinity pool, make it easy to spend the entire day on the property.

There's no beach on site, but guests of Palazzo Avino have complimentary access to Clubhouse by the Sea, which boasts a swimming pool, restaurant, changing rooms, and beach platforms a 15-minute drive away, in Marmorata.

Address: Via San Giovanni del Toro, Ravello, Italy

12. Casa Angelina, Praiano

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If you like your resorts chic and sleek, you'll love Casa Angelina. This modern boutique resort features a minimalist design and crisp, white décor that enhances the bright sea views. Pops of color are added to the 38 guest rooms and suites through decorative throws.

The four Eaudesea Experience Rooms are a spectacular way to add even more luxury to your holiday. They are located on La Gavitella Beach, in what once served as fishermen's houses, and share a furnished terrace. These special rooms are only open between mid-May and mid-September and are easily reached by an elevator and a walk up (or down) 250 steps.

Not up for such a luxe accommodation? No worries. The resort's other rooms are just as lovely, and they all feature either partial or full sea views. Most also have a private balcony or terrace and handmade ceramic floor tiles designed by a local artist.

Meals can be enjoyed at the fine-dining restaurant on the top floor, or at the more casual all-day restaurant on the ground floor. Facilities include an indoor pool and sauna, a spa treatment room, and a few fitness machines. An outdoor pool is also available at the resort's Beach Club.

Address: Via Gennaro Capriglione, 147 Via Breve, Praiano, Italy

13. Palazzo Pascal, Scala

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A stay at Palazzo Pascal will cure what ails you. The inside of this wonderful resort is almost as stunning as its outdoor vistas. Wooden ceiling beams add texture and ambience to the bright white walls, while historic domed doorways add to the romantic allure. Pops of color are used throughout in the form of unique art, textiles, and floral arrangements.

The resort is housed in one of the Amalfi Coast's oldest noble houses, with parts of it dating to the 9th century. From its clifftop locale, travelers can enjoy panoramic views that include Pontone, Scala, Ravello, and Amalfi.

Its small and intimate aura makes it one of the most romantic resorts on the Amalfi Coast.

The seven suites are impeccably decorated, and most feature soft bedding, floor-to-ceiling windows, a separate sitting area, private terrace, balcony, and captivating views.

Facilities include an outdoor pool and solarium; olive, herb, and Mediterranean gardens; a lovely terrace; and the restaurant Gli Ulivi, where guests can also sign up for a fun and informative cooking class with Nonna Maria.

Address: Via Piazza Minuta, 1, Scala, Italy

14. Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria, Sorrento

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Although not technically located on the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento is known as the gateway to the region, and it's a popular place to stay for those who want to tour the twisty cliffside roads and villages. In just 25 minutes, tourists can get to Capri, or in 30 minutes, to Positano.

The Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria is one of the most glamorous resorts in Sorrento. It, too, is perched on a cliff, offering pristine views of the Bay of Naples and lush gardens. There's no mistaking the resort's storied past when you stay in this remarkable retreat. Frescoed ceilings, antique furniture, and decadent décor take you back in time, while the modern amenities ensure you'll be more than comfortable.

This estate boasts everything you'd hope for in a five-star resort: spacious and elegant rooms, a fabulous restaurant, and breathtaking grounds. The luxury spa is set in a greenhouse that dates to the 19th century. Each treatment room boasts a private garden and Jacuzzi tub.

The Deluxe Double Sea View Room includes a balcony and views of both the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. A king-sized bed, marble bathroom, and floor-to-ceiling glass door add to the relaxing and remarkable allure.

Address: Piazza Tasso, Sorrento, Italy

Map of Resorts on the Amalfi Coast

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