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The Beach Restaurant & Bar serves local Mediterranean fare and fresh-caught seafood.

A premium pool suite is outfitted with Molteni&C furniture, vintage Italian textiles and hand-painted tile.

Borgo Santandrea is built into a cliff overlooking a private pebble beach.

Italian Getaway

La dolce vita on the Mediterranean

The first luxury resort to open on Italy’s Amalfi Coast in 15 years, Borgo Santandrea is built into a cliff overlooking a private pebble beach (top)—accessible by lift or walkways lined with lemon and olive trees. Architect Rino Gambardella worked with a team of designers to transform an existing 1960s-era hotel on the property. The 29 finished rooms and 16 suites (a premium pool suite is pictured above) are outfitted with Molteni&C furniture, vintage Italian textiles and bespoke, hand-painted tile inspired by nearby Pompeii. Three restaurants include the Beach Restaurant & Bar, serving local Mediterranean fare and fresh-caught seafood. Starting rates from $820 a night. borgosantandrea.it

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