My name is Andrea Vetrano (@andreavetrano) and thanks for checking out my review of Le Sirenuse in Positano. I was born and raised in Catania, Italy. My sense of style and art is what first got me interested in photography.
I have always loved to travel on my own and take holidays to places I had seen in magazines. During these trips, I told myself that it would be such a waste if I didn’t take photos of those destinations. So I started to teach myself and share my content on my social media and on my website too.
Luxury travel was something that always attracted me. I think it’s different for different people, but for me it was never about gold taps or chandeliers, but rather the staff, smiles on their faces, quality of the service and quality of the experiences you have on your travels. If you are experiencing something unique or incredible, that can be “luxury” in its own way.
Another Wonderful Trip to Positano
Recently, I had the opportunity of visiting Positano for the third year straight. I love this place so much because of the friendly locals, steep streets, stucco houses, fashionable boutiques, picturesque setting and cosmopolitan atmosphere. On my last visit I spent four days there enjoying the hotel, strolling around on a walking tour and chilling on the beach.
The hotel I stayed at was Le Sirenuse (link here) – my third year straight staying here too. If you are looking for a 5-star hotel in the heart of Positano town, you can’t get any better than Le Sirenuse. The location is ideal, within walking distance to the shopping area and the beaches of Positano. I also love the superb food at Le Sirenuse, especially the buffet breakfast!
Rooms and Facilities of Le Sirenuse
On this trip staying at Le Sirenuse, I booked the Junior Suite Sea View at the hotel. Almost all of the rooms have balconies with amazing views. They also have other rooms available to book such as Inner Courtyard, Pool Terrace View, Classic Sea View, Deluxe Sea View and Executive Sea View.
The wellness services include a pool, spa and gym. Designed by Italian architect Gae Aulenti, the spa provides guests with a soothing experience. Inside the spa, visitors can relax in the sauna, have a granite steam bath and plunge into an ice room with backlit crystal onyx walls. Massages, aromatherapy rituals, body rehydration and detoxification takes place here.
My Review of Le Sirenuse: 10/10!
My review for Le Sirenuse is a 10/10! Le Sirenuse is one of the best hotels in Europe and one of the most luxurious hotels on the Amalfi Coast. As locals say, Positano is Le Sirenuse. There is an old school charm within this hotel that is brought to life by the hotel’s staff, through excellent service and attention to detail. The only thing that is missing is your own private beach.
Need to Know Before you Go
The best time to visit the Amalfi Coast is in May or September. The weather is lovely (perfect temperatures) and the activities are plentiful (without the crowds July and August bring). Those who book for three nights or more in one of their suites are treated to an excursion on the Riva speedboat.
Also, twice a year (March and December), Le Sirenuse organizes the non plus ultra activities of Dolce Vitality: a week of fitness, healthy eating and yoga in one of the world’s best equipped open-air gyms – the Amalfi Coast.