As the first new hotel of its kind to open in Amalfi in almost 20 years, Borgo Santandrea is a 45-room cliff-side hotel suspended 90 meters above sea level. Overlooking the small fishing village of Conca Dei Marini, the luxury hotel has its own private beach, jetty , a future exclusive beach club and three restaurants. After three years of painstaking construction along the cliffs, the new hotel has made its smooth debut this summer.
Built as the passionate project of two Italian brothers from Ischia, the Orlacchio brothers focused on building a freshly modern but unmistakably Italian hotel. âIt has been a beautiful challenge, over the past three years, to bring the property to life and I am proud to have brought together so many talented artisans and iconic Italian brands to create a one-of-a-kind hotel that truly is ‘Made in Italy’. We believe that Borgo Santandrea is more of a home than a hotel and we look forward to welcoming our guests this summer, âsaid Maurizio Orlacchio, owner.
Borgo Santandrea immerses travelers in classic Italian charm with incredible design details, all locally produced, like 31 different types of geometric tiles made and hand painted, which are a nod to Gio Ponti and the traditions of patterns. local.
The hotel has 29 rooms and 16 suites, each offering stunning views of the sea and the ancient fishing hamlet of Conca Dei Marini. Guests can choose from seven room types which all feature Once Milano linens, handmade ceramic tiles, bespoke furniture, large Italian marble bathrooms and envelop their guests in hospitality and warm Italian charm. Their most opulent offering is the luxury suites with private swimming pool ranging from 91 to 1130 square feet and offering a private garden and a stunning private infinity pool.
Overseen by Michelin-starred chef Crescenzo Scotti, Borgo Santandrea’s three restaurants and two bars offer classic Mediterranean cuisine with various modern touches. Menus designed by Scotti that showcase bold local ingredients to allow customers to experience authentic flavors influenced by the freshest local ingredients. From the panoramic patio of Alici and the seaside glamor of the Beach Club to the culturally-inspired ambience of La Libreria, diners can savor breathtaking views of the Amalfi Coast with staples like Frisella al gusto d ‘estate, (Pugliese Rusk Bread with summer products), Tomato Burrata and a Rosemary Negroni.
Book a stay in this charming little fishing village with its green, turquoise waters and centuries-old maritime tradition for a magical getaway to enjoy a luxurious escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.