#Italy #romantic #hotel
“Across Italy there are lots of romantic hotels, I like the Amalfi Coast and the cave hotels built into the rocks”–Paul Ebeling
John Steinbeck described Le Sirenuse as ‘an old family house converted into a first-class hotel’ when he stayed here in the 1950s, and it is still the height of low-key sophistication. This in no small part thanks to second-generation owner Antonio Sersale, who runs the place with effortless grace and humor.
The Pompeii-style red and white building in the centre of this pretty town has 58 bedrooms, most with sea-facing balconies, and one of the prettiest restaurants in Italy.
Have a prosperous day, and get ready to enjoy your travels, the chaos is ending, Keep the Faith!