The Amalfi Coast, Italy

Borgo Santandrea

A serene Amalfi retreat

A gorgeous beachfront sanctuary with stunning panoramic sea views

The Borgo Santandrea is a splendid 5-star hotel situated in the heart of the Amalfi Coast, overlooking the charming fishing village of Conca dei Marini. The hotel features 52 rooms and sumptuous suites, all meticulously designed to merge artisanal Mediterranean traditions with elegant mid-century style, perfectly complemented by the breathtaking views of the sea. The hotel has a strong focus on sustainability, and has incorporated some of the best energy saving technologies, state-of-the-art waste management systems, and plastic reduction initiatives.

After a day of adventure and exploration, enjoy exclusive access to the hotel’s private beach. Bask under the Mediterranean sun, take a dip in the crystal clear water, and indulge in the delicious cuisine of the beach restaurant and bar. Head to the hotel’s wine cellar, where a new tour is curated by the sommelier each evening, and is paired alongside a delectable selection of meats, cheeses, and breads thoughtfully selected by the chef. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy incredible dining at Michelin star restaurant Alici.

For ultimate relaxation, take a visit to the Wellness Retreat at the hotel, where a range of treatments are offered by highly skilled therapists. You can also keep up with your fitness routine in the spacious gym or on the outdoor terrace, all whilst taking in the panoramic sea views.


52 rooms and suites

Michelin star restaurant Alici

Private beach and dock

Spa and wellness centre

Wine cellar

Beach club

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Places to combine Borgo Santandrea with


Belmond Castello di Casole
Tuscany is one of Italy’s most picture-perfect regions with its rolling hills, rows of vineyards and old stone buildings. Located with a 4,200-acre estate, the Belmond Castello di Casole is everything you would expect from a grand country residence. The castle dates from the 10th century, when it was used to house political exiles from nearby Siena. Traditional construction methods and natural materials found on the estate were used during the restoration to ensure the castle maintains its authenticity and charm. Despite its size, the castle has just 39 rooms and suites, giving it an intimate feel. Rooms have plenty of character with original wood-beamed ceilings and stone walls, luxurious fabrics and a mix of antique and contemporary furniture. Most have views of the Tuscan countryside, looking out over the estate’s vineyards and olive groves. There are two restaurants with a focus on honest Tuscan food, so expect home-made pasta, organic vegetables and locally sourced fish and game. With over 100 acres of vineyards, this is the perfect place for wine lovers, and Tosca restaurant has a large wall displaying hundreds of vintages from leading wineries in Tuscany and around the world. The former wine cellar now houses the spa and guests can relax and unwind with a treatment from a menu inspired by local ingredients such as rosemary, grapes and olive oil. Take a dip in the outdoor infinity pool and enjoy the views or take advantage of the activities on offer including cooking classes and truffle hunting.


Relais San Maurizio
Back in 1619, a group of Cisterian monks headed up the old salt road into the Langhe hills and built a monastery on the ruins of an existing chapel. Almost 400 years later and doors are once more open, offering guests the chance to explore this beautiful corner of Italy from the most charming of locations. The hotel’s elegant rooms and suites are full of character, each one unique in its design. Some come with ancient fireplaces and private gardens, while suites have their own balconies and Jacuzzi. Decor is elegant and refined and befitting of its origins as a monastery. The hotel is located along one of the five ancient Vie del Sale, or salt roads, that carried precious salt from the Ligurian Sea to beyond the Alps. The views are truly spectacular and even just stepping outside your room you’ll find yourself surrounded by strawberry and olive trees and the beautifully maintained flower, herb and vegetable garden. The outdoor swimming pool offers panoramic views of the Moscati vineyards and the Langa Hills, but for the ultimate in relaxation you’ll want to head to the spa. A real highlight, it has a wine hammam with a Jacuzzi filled with water and wine, and a sauna in the shape of a barrel. This part of Italy is known for its fine food and wine, and the choice of restaurants at San Maurizio is second to none. For high-end dining there is Michelin-starred Guido da Costigliole located in the ancient cellar. A more relaxed option is the Truffle Bistrot, named after one of the region’s most loved ingredients; in the summer there is the option to dine al fresco. There is also a wine and cocktail bar showcasing the region’s top drops. There’s lots of beautiful countryside to explore and horse riding, walking or cycling through hazelnut groves and medieval villages is one of the best ways to appreciate this very special pocket of Italy.