A stay at Belmond Hotel Caruso is unlike any other. To encounter rooms with original frescoes and vaulted ceilings is gorgeous enough, but look beyond them to views over the majestic mountains and glittering sea and you reach another level. Even the hotel's infinity pool has an ethereal quality, bewitching the mind with the way it blends sea into sky. Then there are the sumptuous gardens, rich with melodic birdsong and lovingly tended by Gaetano, who’s waiting to take you on a tour.
And the extraordinary cuisine of Chef Mimmo di Raffaele, who creates masterpieces on a plate. Don't forget the spa either – but before anything else, order a Negroni, breathe in the fragrant air and just sit and soak up the views. There’s plenty of time to explore later.
Set into the cliff edge, over tiered groves of lemons and olive vines, Caruso seems to float above the ocean. Rooms make the best of the view, with balconies overlooking the sparkling sea. Interiors also enchant: airy and elegant, with hand-picked antique furniture and four-poster beds. Every room and suite in this ancient palace is unique, so keep an eye out for intriguing historical details.
Bordering the Tyrrhenian Sea, in southern Italy, this ruggedly beautiful stretch of coast has been seducing visitors for centuries. Where can you pluck sweet lemons from the trees and eat them like oranges? Admire pastel-coloured houses cascading down to the bluest crystalline waters? Or steer your moped round hairpin bends, weaving through scenery that has inspired the likes of JMW Turner, Virginia Woolf and DH Lawrence? Welcome to the Amalfi Coast.
This stretch of coastline has exerted an irresistible allure since antiquity. Greek sailors were entranced by its rocky drama, fancying it home to mythical creatures, and wealthy Romans constructed grand villas on the cliffs. In the Middle Ages, Amalfi was a powerful maritime republic and the region was renowned for paper production – you can still explore the ruins of ancient mills in the Valle dei Mulini.
By the 19th century, writers and artists on the Grand Tour were discovering the area’s unspoilt beauty. Among them was Richard Wagner, who was so inspired by the gardens of Villa Rufolo, in Ravello, that he was able to complete his opera, Parsifal. It’s in this lofty corner of paradise that you’ll find Belmond Hotel Caruso. The landscapes that captured the composer’s heart are waiting to steal yours.
The hotel is about 65 km away from Naples Airport (NAP) ; courtesy shuttle to Amalfi and Positano.
Boasting one of the best views on the Amalfi Coast, this restaurant is celebrated for Chef Mimmo Di Raffaele’s imaginative Italian cuisine. Choose a table in the elegant dining room, on the spectacular outdoor terrace or the alfresco area close to the pool and feast on specialities from the local Campania region.
Picture the scene… An ornate XVII century door from the old Caruso Palace as your dining table, decadent Emilio Pucci chairs to sink into. The menu? A gastronomic masterpiece by Chef Mimmo di Raffaele, perfectly paired with a chilled bottle of Krug champagne. Enjoy the stunning outdoor setting, whether you celebrate with friends or just you and your sweetheart. You’ll have one of the best spots on the Amalfi Coast all to yourselves. Even better, take off your shoes, feel the lush grass beneath your feet and let the sweet life si...
Magnificent 18th-century frescoes and awe-inspiring views: where better to wind down after a busy day? The atmospherically lit, Arcade Bar is a destination par excellence for Amalfi Coast nightlife. It offers an extensive list of innovative cocktails, and a wide range of wines, champagnes and the delicious local prosecco.
For alfresco glamour and delicious drinks and snacks, this bar is a must visit. Come for snacks or a refreshing cocktail—all against the idyllic backdrop of the infinity pool with the Amalfi Coast beyond.
Soothe your mind and body at the sublime Wellness Centre. Enjoy Mediterranean-inspired rituals in indoor treatment rooms or sea-view gazebo.
Re-energise with a workout in an air-conditioned gym, enjoying a full range of cardio equipment, weight machines and panoramic views. A personal trainer is available.
While away blissful hours in and around the heated, outdoor infinity pool, where the sea meets the sky. Re...
The hotel is perfect for family adventures or relaxing stays with your little ones. The hotel offers children’s bathrobes, slippers and bottle warmers in your room. An extra bed and baby cots can be supplied in Junior Suites and Suites. You’ll find tasty children’s menus and highchairs in the restaurants and PlayStation, iPods, DVDs and toys at the Concierge desk.
The hotel offers dedicated spa treatments for children in the Wellness Centre, and activities including watercolour painting, pizza-making and sailing...
Browse handpicked gifts and items exclusively designed for Belmond Hotel Caruso. The exclusive silky clothing range sports patterns inspired by the hotel frescoes.
Explore the picturesque coastline aboard Belmond's charming wooden boat. Complimentary round-trips leave from Amalfi at 10.15 each morning.
Tee off by the sea on Volturno Golf Club’s 18-hole course, approximately 1.5 hours' drive from the hotel
Double Superior Rooms are located in the main hotel building and offer an enchanting garden or village view. They are furnished with either a king-size or twin beds. The generous marble bathrooms have a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. Three rooms are connecting. Max occupancy: 2 people.
AVERAGE SIZE: 35-45 SQ M (377-484 SQ FT)
Located just in front of the entrance or in the main building, Double Village Rooms offer a delightful garden view and are furnished with a king-size or twin beds. Large bathrooms feature separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. One room is wheelchair-accessible and features two bathrooms. Many have a private terrace or garden. No connecting rooms. Max occupancy: 2 people.
AVERAGE SIZE: 42-50 SQ M (452-538 SQ FT)
Each of these suites boasts breathtaking views of the ocean and coastline from either a balcony or terrace, which is equipped with sunbeds, a table and chairs. One also offers a private garden. Bathrooms are large and have a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. One room is wheelchairaccessible and features two bathrooms. One room is connecting. Max occupancy: 3 (one extra bed can be added in all rooms).
AVERAGE SIZE: 50-60 SQ M (538-646 SQ FT)
Blending light, airy spaces with beautiful historic features, these suites in the main hotel building offer beautiful views of the Bay of Salerno from their terraces. Bedrooms are furnished with a king-size or twin beds. Expansive bathrooms feature a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. Two rooms are connecting. Max occupancy: 3 (one extra bed can be added in all rooms).
AVERAGE SIZE: 45-50 SQ M (484-538 SQ FT)
A spacious entrance leads to a stylish bedroom with a choice of one king or two twin beds. Spectacular views of the sea are enjoyed from either a balcony or terrace, which is furnished with a table and chairs. Some suites also offer a private garden with sunbeds. Marble bathrooms are large and have a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. Six rooms are connecting. Max occupancy: 3 (one extra bed can be added in all rooms).
AVERAGE SIZE: 50-60 SQ M (538-646 SQ FT)
These sumptuous suites enjoy extensive ocean vistas from their private gardens and terraces. Furnished with a king-size or twin beds, they benefit from a beautiful separate living area, perfect for relaxation. A private terrace, equipped with deck chairs, is ideal for enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner served by a private butler as you gaze over the Amalfi Coast. Generous bathrooms feature a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. One room is connecting. Max occupancy: 4 (two extra beds can be added in each room).
AVERAGE SIZE: 90-95 SQ M (969-1,023 SQ FT)
High ceilings and expansive windows create a natural sense of flow in these light-filled suites, which feature breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast and private, panoramic gardens equipped with sun beds. Located in the main building, each suite enjoys an open, Mediterranean-style layout and airy ambience. The living area and bedroom are decorated in elegant Italian style with local antiques. Marble bathrooms feature double vanity basins, a large shower cubicle and separate bathtub. Rooms are connecting. Max occupancy: 3 (one extra bed can be added).
AVERAGE SIZE: 50-60 SQ M (538-646 SQ FT)
Located in either the main hotel building or the gardens, these suites offer spectacular sea views and magnificent terraces furnished with sunbeds and a table and chairs. Bathrooms are generously proportioned and feature separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. All the rooms have a king-size bed or twin beds and separate living areas. Two rooms are connecting. Max occupancy: 4 (two extra beds can be added in each room).
AVERAGE SIZE: 58-65 SQ M (624-700 SQ FT)
A generous living area is dotted with majestic design details in this suite, which boasts enchanting views over the village (no balcony). Located in the main building, it offers a bedroom with a king-size or twin beds and a separate living area. The bathroom features a separate shower cubicle, bathtub, bidet and double vanity basins. No connecting rooms. Max occupancy: 3 (one extra bed can be added).
AVERAGE SIZE: 55-60 SQ M (592-646 SQ FT)
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