Located in one of the most beautiful bays of the Amalfi coast, not too far from the historic town center of Amalfi, rich in valuable historical testimonies of the trade and cultural power of the first Italian Maritime Republic, the Gran Hotel "Il Saraceno" is a wonderful structure built in oriental style, overlooking the sea, surrounded by the vibrant colors and scents of the typical Mediterranean vegetation.
It has 62 spacious rooms, all with sea view, elegantly furnished with fine antiques and vivid majolica tiles from Vietri sul Mare and equipped with all modern comforts. The hotel is characterized by the typical features of the Moorish architecture, such as peaks, golden decorations, arches and Moorish other elements.
The Grand Hotel "Il Saraceno" is structured on several levels, served by comfortable lifts. On the higher level there are the rooms, the "Mashreq" restaurant, the "Doge" coffee bar, with a panoramic terrace, the chapel in Romanesque style, ideal for weddings, and the fully equipped meeting room for up to 60 people.
The outdoor swimming pool with sea water is set on a large terrace. The "El Qusayr" restaurant, reserved for banquets and events for up to 200 people, and the Beach bar are located in the mighty walls of a castle, rebuilt on the ruins of an ancient XI century watch-tower.
- private beach, easily reachable by lift;
- complementary parking (for about 50 cars);
- complementary shuttle service from/to Amalfi with timetable;
- Wi-fi connection in the common areas.
Unique and exclusive location for a wonderful wedding, which can be held in the "El Qusayr" restaurant or on the panoramic terrace, the staff of the Grand Hotel "Il Saraceno" will make memorable the most important day of your life, satisfying your every need and all your desires. The all in a dreaming setting!
Thanks to its strategic position, along the SS. 163 Amalfitana - also defined one of the most suggestive and panoramic roads in the world -, the Grand Hotel "Il Saraceno" is an ideal starting point for interesting excursions to the other famous locations of the Amalfi coast (such as Positano and Ravello), to the Sorrento Peninsula and to the islands of Capri and Ischia.