The Hotel Pasitea is a beautiful Mediterranean-style property, overlooking the enchanting scenery of Positano's bay, surrounded by one of the most admired landscape in the world, with its typical colored houses clinging to the rock that slopes towards the sea, the picturesque terraces cultivated with lemon trees, the sea and the high cliffs of the Amalfi coast. Town with timeless charm, Positano has always captured the collective imagination of artists, lovers of beauty and good living, thanks to its cobbled streets, craft shops, rich noble residences, views and jet-set life that make it one of the most popular tourist location in the world.
The Hotel Pasitea is a modern property that offers its customers the guarantee of an exciting stay in elegant and finely crafted place: lava stone details, wrought iron decorations and wall furniture make all rooms unique and comfortable.
The light pastel colored rooms are spacious and bright; furnished in classic style, they are equipped with all the modern comforts, such as private bathroom, LCD TV, air conditioning/heating, hairdryer, free internet connection and a stunning sea view that can also be admired from the romantic suites with a big sea-view Jacuzzi.
Customers can enjoy the authentic flavor of the Mediterranean cuisine: the breakfast buffet is rich in Neapolitan pastry, certified cheese and salami; tasty local products will delight your palate at the Bruschetteria Cafè, such as the famous tuna fish from Cetara, the mozzarella from Agerola and the scented lemons of the Amalfi coast.
The Hotel Pasitea also has a Lobby and a small Conference Room, characterized by white curved walls and bright colored ceramic tiles from Vietri sul Mare. It is equipped with free wireless internet connection, business corner and small incentive room (max 25 pax).
Due to its strategic position, the Hotel Pasitea is a perfect starting point for visiting Positano, its monuments and narrow alleys, as wee as the Spiagga Grande. Not too far there are the other pearls of the Amalfi coast (Amalfi, Praiano, Furore, Ravello and Conca dei Marini), Sorrento, the archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, the Greek temples of Paestum, Naples and the Vesuvius and the islands of Capri and Ischia, reachable by daily ferry connections departing from Positano's pier.