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Grand Hotel Convento Di Amalfi, Amalfi

  • Neapolitan Riviera, Italy, Amalfi Coast

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The luxurious Grand Hotel Covento di Amalfi clings high to the cliffs 80 metres above Amalfi’s harbour and boasts panoramic sea views and a rich history.

Dating back to the 13th century, this former monastery has been carefully refurbished using local materials and meticulous attention to detail. The interiors have a minimalist and contemporary style, with crisp white hallways broken up with old black and white photos showing the hotel’s history. Guest rooms are all individually sized but include modern amenities and sea views come as standard.

Convento di Amalfi boasts one of the best locations on the Amalfi Coast and the design of the hotel ensures the stunning coastal views can be enjoyed from nearly everywhere. A small infinity pool hugs the edge of the cliff side, while two restaurants have plenty of tables on the large terrace meaning you can relax with a leisurely meal while admiring the sea and colourful buildings of Amalfi.

Added value

Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 nights between 01 Apr - 16 May 19 and 30 Sep - 31 Oct 19

Rooms

  • No. of rooms: 53
  • No. of buildings: 0
  • No. of floors: 0
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 0
  • Annex:
  • Official rating: 5

Superior Sea View Rooms are decorated in crisp whites with luxury furnishings, terracotta floors and views over the sea from the balcony. They measure 16-23m² and include air conditioning, TV, minibar and free wifi. They can sleep up to two adults.

Deluxe Sea View Rooms measure 18-30m² and have a large balcony. They can sleep up to three adults.

Junior Suites can accommodate up to three adults and measure 40m² with a sea view window and seating area.

Suites have a large bedroom and a separate living room with windows overlooking the sea. They measure 31-34m².

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: No

Meals

A large buffet breakfast offers a choice of hot and cold food including fresh fruits and delicious pastries.

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most recognisable images of Italy – a 50-kilometre-long coastline of plunging cliffs topped with sky-scraping viewpoints. The towns step down the cliffs in a jumble of pastel houses and church domes, before fetching up at tiny harbours.

Although alike in looks, each place has its own forte. Ravello is known for its terraced gardens and clifftop summer music festival. Amalfi has a grand eighth-century cathedral, while Positano offers the Byzantine Church of Santa Maria Assunta.

Amalfi Coast holidays also leave you perfectly poised for exploring the rest of the region – from Sorrento, Ischia and Capri to Naples, Pompeii and Vesuvius.

Inghams operate a telephone Rep service on the Amalfi Coast. 

Things to do in resort

Pompeii & Herculaneum

These Roman towns were destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in a devastating eruption in 79 AD, burying them in the heavy volcanic ash that helped preserve them for centuries. Take a guided tour and learn all about these once-thriving towns, viewing preserved-mosaics and plaster cast displays that give you a real understanding of ancient Rome.

Footpath of the Gods

This three-hour scenic hike starts or ends in Nocelle (a short bus ride from Amalfi) and boasts spectacular scenery and magnificent coastal views with Capri in the distance.

Paestum

Once one of Italy’s biggest ancient Greek cities, Paestum is now an archaeological site with well-preserved Greek temples and is a couple of hours drive from the Amalfi Coast. Make sure to stop at an authentic mozarella farm along the way, too.

Explore the Coast

The towns along the Amalfi Coast are easily explored by regular local buses or boats that meander along the coastline during the summer. Hop on a boat at Amalfi and visit beautiful towns like Positano, or sail across to the stunning isle of Capri. Buses skillfully drive round the coast's hairpin bends to towns like Ravello, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the panoramic views.

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 14.5951152
  • Latitude: 187780

For more information on travel and transport visit our Amalfi Coast page

Excursions

Pompeii & Vesuvius (full day)

This full day excursion will allow you to explore two of the most fascinating sites on the Neapolitan Riviera. Take in the sights as you drive along the stunning Amalfi coast to Pompeii where you’ll explore the ancient excavation site of the Roman town with the help of your knowledgeable local guide. Once a thriving resort, the town was buried following the mighty eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. Now a UNESCO world heritage sight, it is well-enough preserved for you to gain a real insight into what life was like in Ancient Rome. After the tour of Pompeii, you’ll head towards Mount Vesuvius. Ascend 1,000 metres by coach before walking to the summit where you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views, on a clear day you'll be able to see the entire gulf of Naples. On the journey back, visit one of the most prestigious cameo and coral factories in the region to see the production of typical Italian carvings.

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £44pp - entrance fees (approx. €25pp) and lunch are payable locally

Herculaneum & Sorrento (full day)

Visit the towns of Heculanium and Sorrento on a full day excursion from the Amalfi coast. Meet your local guide and head to Herculaneum, the ancient town buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD, which lies at the foot of the volcano. Enjoy a guided visit around the archaeological excavation sight and learn about the rediscovery of the town in 1709. The molten lava that covered the town preserved the wooden buildings and some of the objects which can still be seen today. After exploring Herculaneum the trip will continue on to Sorrento. Head intot the heart of the old town and admire the towns beautiful Churches and ancient monasteries and centuries-old palaces of the noble families of Sorrento as you go on a guided walk through the cobbled streets. Woodwork is a typical Sorrentine production, you'll have the opportunity to see the local craft with a visit to a woodwork shop, before taking the picturesque drive home along the Amalfi Coast, taking in the spectacular views. 

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £42pp - entrance fees (approx. €13pp) and lunch are payable locally

Pompeii & Herculaneum (full day)

Combine a visit to two of Ancient Rome’s most well-known towns on this full day excursion. You’ll enjoy tours of Pompeii and Herculaneum with an expert guide who will bring history to life. Pass through beautiful towns as you drive to Pompeii. When you arrive you'll have a guided visit of the archaeological sight of what was once a thriving commercial centre. See the remains of the ancient baths, villas and bars – all buried under a layer of ash when the might Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. Move on to the coastal town of Herculaneum, in contrast to Pompeii this was a wealthy residential town, you can still make out the magnificent frescoes in the once-luxurious villas that overlook the sea. Please note that this tour involves a long day of walking so may not be suitable for those with limited mobility. 

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £51pp - entrance fees (approx. €28pp) and lunch are payable locally

Pompeii (half day)

Enjoy a half day tour of Pompeii where your guide will take you slowly through some of the ancient streets of the once-thriving Roman town. Stop to admire the baths, forums and villas built by the prosperous Romans in the year 80 B.C. and marvel at the fabulously-preserved frescos which adorned the walls and floors of the villas at this UNESCO world Heritage Sight. 

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £37pp - entrance fees (approx. €15pp) are payable locally

Paestum & Mozzarella Farm (full day)

Paestum sits just south of the Amalfi Coast and is home to some of the best-preserved Greek temples in the world. The city was founded by the Greeks in the 6th Century BD and is now famous for the three ancient temples that remain. You’ll get to admire the temples from up close and enjoy a visit to the museum that houses artefacts that were excavated from the site. After the temples, you’ll visit a local mozzarella farm, where the region’s famous buffalo mozzarella is made. You’ll see how this soft, creamy cheese is produced from start to finish and get to try some at the end.

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £49pp - entrance fees (approx. €10pp) and lunch are payable locally

Capri & Anacapri (full day)

You’ll get to enjoy a full day on the glamorous island of Capri on this excursion – a must do for anyone visiting the Neapolitan Riviera. Your day will begin on the gentle ferry crossing before a minibus will drive you to the island’s top sights. You’ll enjoy time in Capri Town where you can relax with a coffee in the piazza, watch the handy work of the sandal makers and shop in the designer boutiques. The next stop is Anacapri where you can admire some of the best views on the island. You can also enjoy an optional visit to Villa San Michele and Caesar Augustus Gardens.

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £81pp - entrance fees (approx. €9pp) and lunch are payable locally

Cruise to Positano (half day)

This relaxing half-day cruise embarks in the afternoon for a leisurely tour of the stunning towns along the Amalfi Coast. Stop at the beautiful emerald grotto and admire the unique and striking green blue of the cavern. When you enter the cavern you'll see the impressive stalactites and stalagmites that emerge from the sea like huge collumns. Setting off from Maiori, you’ll head towards Positano, passing the charming village of Atrani and the town of Amalfi on the way. You’ll have some free time in Positano to browse the boutiques, stop for a drink in a café or simply relax on the sandy beach. The boat will return to Mairoi after a couple of hours.

Departs: Daily from 15 Apr – 31 Oct

Price: from £37pp - entrance fees (approx. €5pp) are payable locally

Private Excursions

The above excursions are all available on a private basis, meaning you can enjoy visiting the attractions with just your friends or family. Please call our reservations team for more information including prices, and to book.

Facilities

Restaurants & Bars

Dei Cappuccini Restaurant has a fantastic menu of typical Mediterranean dishes with a contemporary twist, which can be enjoyed in the elegant dining room or on the terrace – both have beautiful views over Amalfi.

La Locanda Restaurant has a lovely location next to the infinity pool, surrounded by the Mediterranean garden and lemon trees. Head here for a casual lunch on the terrace that overlooks the sea.

Dei Cappuccini Bar has a wide selection of cocktails, wines and soft drinks that can be enjoyed in the relaxed atmosphere.

Pools

A small infinity pool provides a peaceful spot for some sunbathing and its position on the edge of the hotel’s terrace means that it boasts incredible panoramic sea views. It’s normally open from June to September.

Spa

The hotel’s cosy wellness area features a Turkish bath, a fitness area and offers a range of massages and treatments (payable locally)


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