The Amalfi Coast, Italy

Palazzo Murat

A historic gem in the heart of Positano

A harmonious blend of tranquil seclusion and extravagant comfort

In the heart of Positano lies the grand Palazzo Murat, where modern design elements perfectly complement the historical nineteenth-century architecture. Immerse yourself in the unique story of each of the 33 elegantly furnished rooms and admire the Castiglioni Arch and the vivid lemon yellow painted window frames, all with an incomparable view of Positano and the majolica dome of the Church of Santa Maria, a symbol of the city.

Treat your taste buds to an unforgettable culinary experience at Al Palazzo restaurant, where a fusion of culinary heritage and authentic Mediterranean flavours await. For a more casual setting, Le Petit Murat bar is the perfect spot to spend time with friends and family for an aperitif or light snack whilst listening to some delightful music during the evening events.

Unwind and take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool surrounded by lush greenery, with palm trees providing pleasant shade. The hotel’s secret garden immerses you in nature’s grandeur, with majestic views of the famous colourful houses set in the hills, all with the constant splendorous background of the sea.


33 rooms

Secret garden


Outdoor pool


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Places to combine Palazzo Murat with


Belmond Villa San Michele
Set amidst lush trees and terraced gardens, the Belmond Villa San Michelle enjoys the most perfect view over Florence from its hilltop position. Dating back to a 15th century monastery, the renaissance villa’s facade has been attributed to Michelangelo, as much a part of Italy’s heritage as the cathedrals and galleries down the hill. Today, Belmond Villa San Michele is recognised as one of the country’s finest boutique hotels. Each of the 20 rooms and 25 suites are unique, with sumptuous antiques, along with cotto-tile flooring and bright Florentine textiles. Separate from the main building, the exquisite Limonaia Villa contains three suites located in the convent’s former orangery, all with incredible views. These can be connected together to create perhaps the most glamorous villa in Tuscany, a unique haven for families and groups of friends, or for a special occasion such as a wedding or exclusive party. Belmond Villa San Michelle is naturally a favourite among honeymooners, however there are special services tailored towards family adventures, and world famous the cookery school is a destination in itself. A huge range of activities are on offer, such as exclusive historical tours and rafting under the Ponte Vecchio, and there is a complimentary shuttle to and from Florence itself. At the hotel, relax amongst the immaculate gardens and at the spa, swim in the panoramic pool or take part in one of the renowned culinary classes. Dining options here include one of the best restaurants in Florence – the romantic La Loggia – and more laid back cuisine at the Pool Restaurant, each with their own bar, as well as the Cloister Bar in the old monastery.


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.


Capri Tiberio Palace
Fun, stylish, and with an ambience that will capture the imagination of the young and the young at heart alike, the boutique Capri Tiberio Palace occupies an optimal position on the hedonistically famed island of Capri. Although just a two-minute walk from Capri’s central Piazzetta, you’ll find Capri Tiberio Palace subtly placed on a hill that’s off the main road and pleasantly away from the crowds. Set in a 19th-century building, the hotel has just 45 rooms and suites meaning that personalised care and attention to detail will be the order of the day. Inside, the eclectic decor is a melange of contemporary lines and retro stylings, harking back to Italy’s 1960s fashion heyday. The hotel evokes the exciting idea of house of a successful world traveller, with carefully placed memories sourced from international destinations everywhere.
There are six bright and airy room and suite categories to choose from, each with their own desirable characteristics and most are augmented by a balcony with charmed views of the island and sea. Make your way up to the outdoor heated pool and solarium for spectacular sea-views and enjoy lemonade, fruit, and a variety of complimentary refreshments while taking in the sun. Swim through decorative arches and you’ll find yourself in the indoor pool beside the luxurious spa which features four treatment rooms, a hammam, sauna, hot tub, and a steam room. Venture just outside the hotel and you’ll be greeted by a plethora of boutiques and an assortment of fine restaurants. After a busy day exploring Capri, the Amalfi coastline, or further afield, you can look forward to a gourmet meal served from one of the hotel’s two restaurants, offerring both traditional Mediterranean options and healthy, kosher dishes. Take your meal on the sea-view terrace and then relax with a cocktail amongst the chic decor of the Jacky Bar.