Le Sirenuse- Waking up and looking out at the back drop of Le Sirenuse simply can’t be described in words. Not only are the views one of kind, but this boutique hotel is exquisite. From the antique furniture to the impeccable service, it is not a place to miss. Besides the hotel pool, there is not a private lounge area around the beach so I highly recommend renting a boat for a few days.
Boat days are the best days!
Monastero Santa Rosa- Whether you choose to stay in Positano, Capri or both this is the best place to end up after! If a 3 story spa won’t cure you, I don’t know what will. Monastero is bliss! We came here at the end of our trip and I couldn’t have planned it more perfectly.
La Conca del Sogno- Can only be reached by boat, my favorite lunch spot! They cut the chillies right on your table! Must order the salt fish!
La Sponda- An obvious choice being that it is inside Le Sirenuse and a Michelin star! It lived up to the hype and more!
Ristorante Max- A hidden gem. Tucked in the one of the main touristy streets in Positano, Max was a surprisingly delicious meal! Don’t forget to order the lobster pasta and dessert. (terrible photo I know)
La Fontelina- If you’re not staying on the island of Capri, I suggest staying at a beach club during the day to miss the herds of tourists. La Fontelina is the perfect place to nibble on spaghetti vongole and sip rose by the rocks