Hotel Santa Caterina

Hotel Santa Caterina is located on the famous Amalfi drive, a few minutes from the famous town of Amalfi, the Hotel enjoys a panoramic coastal setting of incomparable beauty. Two elevators and scenic path transport guests past citrus groves and lush gardens to the seaside level, which includes a sea-water swimming pool, sunbathing decks, gym, café/bar and open-air restaurant.
Hotel Santa Caterina has thirty six standard and deluxe accommodations and thirteen Junior Suites and Suites, located in the main building. There are 17 additional accommodations between the garden Suites and the Villa Santa Caterina annex. The Santa Caterina has two restaurants: one in the main building and the other at sea level. The cuisine is so famous that it has been hosted in New York's Hotel Plaza on more than one occasion. The award-winning cuisine is part of the enjoyment of the Santa Caterina. The fame of the two restaurants is recognized by the most authoritative guidebooks worldwide.

The timeless beauty of the Amalfi Coast

A late 19th century liberty style villa immersed in the beautiful scenery of the Amalfi Coast, an elegant seaside residence surrounded by the perennial blue of the Mediterranean sea and sky, by luscious bougainvillea and by lovingly cultivated olive groves and fruit orchards. This is Hotel Santa Caterina of Amalfi, a special place to experience the finest of Italian hospitality and lasting sensations of wellbeing.

Hotel Santa Caterina is close to the center of Amalfi overlooking the coastline, perfectly located for taking day trips to Positano, Ravello, Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii and Herculaneum, and Naples.

The hotel offers a free shuttle for guests to and from the center of Amalfi, departing every 30 minutes from 8 a.m. to noon and from 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The center of Amalfi is also just a 15 minute walk away.

Events & Meetings


Hotel Santa Caterina provides a spectacular setting for an intimate banquet or sumptuous wedding reception. The secluded, sun-kissed veranda and the light-filled dining room overlooking Amalfi are the perfect venues in which to host a truly unforgettable event.
The traditional dishes of the Amalfi Coast, together with Chef Domenico Cuomo’'s beautifully presented creations, are guaranteed to tantalize the senses and satisfy even the most discerning of palates.

Meetings and Conferences

Hotel Santa Caterina's meeting rooms are ideal venues for small scale events and conferences, surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Amalfi Coast.
The Veranda and Bougainville meeting rooms are equipped with PC and internet points with ADSL connection, overhead projectors, flip charts, DVD players, photocopier, printers, direct telephone line and fax.
Sound systems with fixed and wireless microphones and interpreter services are available upon request.
Veranda (72 sq. m) 
Bougainville (21 sq. m) 

Mark the check box for the room(s) of your choice and you will receive an offer with the best available rate

Special Suites

Follia Amalfitana Suite

Immersed in the delicate scents of the orange and lemon groves, and with a spectacularly panoramic view over the Amalfi Coast, the Follia Amalfitana suite is sure to enchant guests. Here, the white walls create a delightful contrast with the exquisite emerald green of the ceramic floor tiles. The living room opens out on to a large terrace. Among the suite's most appealing features: the sunken jacuzzi pool overlooking the sea and the shell-shaped king size bed.

Giulietta e Romeo Chalet

The ideal suite for honeymooners, the Giulietta & Romeo Chalet has an intimate, totally private circular terrace for two, with a spectacular view of the sea of Amalfi. The suite is built on two levels, with king sized bedroom and master bathroom with jacuzzi bathtub on the top floor and lounge, second bathroom, and terrace leading out on to a private garden with heated "infinity pool" on the floor below.


Equipped with all the comforts today's guests might require, Hotel Santa Caterina's Partial Sea View, Executive Partial Sea View, Front Sea View and Deluxe rooms feature individually painted majolica paving tiles from Vietri and attractive sea view balconies (side sea view in Partial Sea View and Executive Partial Sea View rooms and front sea view in Front Sea View and Deluxe rooms). 

Suites, Executive Junior Suites and Junior Suites

These generously sized rooms with open-plan bedroom and living area, feature quality wood furnishings, colorful hand-painted majolica floors, large balconies or terraces directly above the sea of the Amalfi Coast, and private gardens bordered by sweet scented lemon and orange trees. Hotel Santa Caterina's luxurious suites have been designed so as to satisfy the requirements of even the most demanding of guests With living area, balcony or terrace overlooking the sea of the Amalfi Coast, tiled floors in colorful Majolica from Vietri and antiques, all of Hotel Santa Caterina's wonderfully spacious Suites and Junior Suites are equipped with luxurious baths in which to enjoy moments of total peace and relaxation.

Il Torrino

The wonderfully secluded Il Torrino Suite is near Hotel Santa Caterina's botanic gardens. The suite's large windows look out over a fabulous view of the whole of Amalfi. From the living room, guests access the mezzanine floor and the bedroom. White ceramic floor tiles, a bathroom with circular jacuzzi tub, and a sumptuous king size bed are some of the highlights of this suite.

Special Suites 

Wonderfully romantic retreats in a setting of unsurpassed beauty. Hotel Santa Caterina and the Amalfi Coast, the perfect place to celebrate your love.With their sunken whirlpool baths, exquisite hand painted floor tiles, immense windows and terraces overlooking the Amalfi Coast, Hotel Santa Caterina's Special Suites are guaranteed to make life's most romantic holiday truly memorable.

Rooms & Suites

Classic Italian interiors, quintessentially Mediterranean architecture and the style of the villas of Amalfi: all of Hotel Santa Caterina's rooms are spacious and filled with light, with floors in hand painted majolica, marble bathrooms, and balconies with view over the sea of Amalfi or the garden.

Thirty-six Partial Sea View, Executive Partial Sea View, Front Sea View and Deluxe bedrooms, thirteen Junior Suites, Executive Junior Suites and Suites are located in the main building. The secluded Garden Suites are, as the name suggests, located in the garden area of the hotel. An additional 17 accommodations between deluxe rooms, juniors suites and suites are situated in the hotel's Villa Santa Caterina and the recently acquired Villa Il Rosso.

A number of rooms connect with another of the same, or different, room category. Advanced booking is necessary so as to be assigned 2 connecting Partial Sea View rooms, 1 deluxe room connecting to 1 Front Sea View room, 1 deluxe room connecting to 1 Partial Sea View room, or 1 suite connecting to 1 deluxe room.

All rooms are equipped with wifi, ethernet and ADSL PC socket, 120 and 220 volt outlets, DVD player, air conditioning, heat, safety deposit box, minibar and satellite TV.


Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Hotel Santa Caterina. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate


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  S.S. Amalfitana, 9 84011 Amalfi − Italy

  +39 089 871012 
Fax: +39 089 871351

By car:
For those coming from the South and East
: from the A3 motorway take the exit for the center of Salerno. Turn to the left following indications for Vietri sul Mare and Amalfi and after circa 3kms you'll find yourself on the famous Amalfi Coast. Once in Amalfi, follow indications for Positano and, some 700 meters from the center of Amalfi you'll find Hotel Santa Caterina to your left.
For those coming from the North
: from Rome or Naples take the A3 motorway towards Salerno and exit at Vietri sul Mare. Follow indications for Amalfi: once in Amalfi continue for a further 700meters from the center in the direction of Positano and you'll find Hotel Santa Caterina to your left. Approximate driving time from Rome: 3hrs 30 mins, from Naples: 1hr 30mins.
A3 motorway exit Vietri sul Mare 20km
A30 motorway exit Salerno 23km
Naples Capodichino Int. airport (NAP) 80km
Rome Fiumicino Int. airport (FCO) 280km

By train:
The nearest railway station is that of Salerno (25 km - aprox. 55 minutes). Napels is the second nearest (70 km - aprox. 75 minutes).

By plane:
Naples Capodichino International Airport
is the closest to Amalfi, approximately a 90minute journey from the Hotel Santa Caterina, and served by flights to and from Rome, Milan, Venice, London, Paris and Frankfurt.

Around & About Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast lies on the southern side of the Sorrentine Peninsula. It is one of the most popular seaside destinations in Italy's Campania region and, with its breathtakingly panoramic Amalfi Drive, comprised of a succession of dramatic hair pin bends which faithfully trace each and every indent and rocky promontory, is considered one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the whole of Europe.

The charm of the Amalfi Coast is such that it can be appreciated throughout the year, whatever the season. When not bathing in the warm waters or strolling through the historic centers of Amalfi or nearby Positano, visitors might easily be found savoring the local specialties served in any of the area's excellent sea edge restaurants or sipping the fabulous wines produced with the grapes cultivated on the fertile slopes of Mount Vesuvius.

In addition to the spectacular scenery, part of the appeal of the Amalfi Coast lies in its historical and artistic importance. This short guide aims to introduce visitors to some of the most beautiful places nearby.

For those wishing to visit the Amalfi Coast from the sea, our Concierge or our attendants at the Beach Club will be happy to provide information and assist guests in booking private boats and motorboats with which to explore the coast.

Amalfi Coast 

For those guests eager to explore the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi, situated just moments away from Hotel Santa Caterina, is the obvious place to start. This port which lies at the mouth of the Valle dei Mulini surrounded by its churches, ancient watch towers and colorful little houses, was, in the 11th century, the birthplace of one of the world's greatest naval powers: the Maritime Republic of Amalfi.

In that period, the laws of the sea were the laws of Amalfi. Amalfi's navigation tables, the world's first maritime code, governed shipping in the Mediterranean for centuries. Not surprisingly, the town conserves numerous traces of its ancient sailing tradition and the famous tables, or Tavole Amalfitane, take pride of place in the Civic Museum.

Among the many buildings to be visited; the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea, with its imposing facade and bronze doors; the Cloister of Paradise, built in the 13th century to house the tombs of the town's most illustrious citizens; and the Paper Museum, situated in the Valle dei Mullini in an old 13th century paper mill, are, perhaps, the most noteworthy.

From Amalfi, heading in the direction of Salerno, we soon reach another of the most enchanting towns on the Amalfi Coast, Atrani. This little fishing village, once part of the rich and powerful Maritime Republic, is a haven of peace and tranquility, with a pretty little piazzetta, home to numerous street cafès and the Baroque Church of Santa Maria Maddalena.

Only a few kilometers south of Atrani lies Minori, with its intricate web of little roads and enchanting seafront promenade. Minori is famous for its sandy beaches and the citrus groves laden with the most succulent oranges and lemons, but also because of the ruins of a 1st century Roman villa which were discovered here in 1954.

Not far from Minori, the stunningly panoramic cliff top town of Ravello is rich in historic edifices, such as the Cathedral of San Pantaleone, with its imposing marble pulpit supported by six lions, the Arabian-influenced Villa Rufolo, the historic retreat of artists originating from every corner of the globe, and Villa Cimbrone, built at the start of the last century in pseudo-medieval style.

At this stage in the journey, a stop at Vietri sul Mare, famous for its majolica tiles, is obligatory. The town is filled to the brim with ceramic shops where you can buy vases, jugs, plates, coffee sets and just about every item which could possibly be made with the town's brightly colored ceramics. The majority of Hotel Santa Caterina's rooms are decorated with ceramics from Vietri sul Mare.

The seaside city and provincial capital of Salerno lies just a few kilometers away from Vietri. The oldest district of the city was built inland and is characterized by a maze of little lanes and alleyways. The most recently built neighborhoods have been constructed along the coast. Salerno provides a good half way stop before heading on to Paestum which, with its imposing Greek temples, is one of the Italy's most famous archaeological sites.

Paestum was founded by the Greeks from Sybaris sometime around the 6th century B.C., and was later colonized by the Romans. The archaeological site was only discovered in the 18th century during the construction of a road ordered by the Bourbon King Charles III. The sight of the magnificently conserved golden temples dedicated to Neptune, Basilica and Cerere is an unforgettable one.

Amalfi lies within easy reach of another well known town of the Amalfi Coast: Positano. Historic retreat of the ancient Greeks and the Roman nobility, Positano is all but divided in two by the cliff bearing the town's Transita tower, with the peaceful beach of Fornillo on the one side and the busier Spiaggia Grande on the other.

Rising up out of the waters opposite the town of Positano lies the archipelago of Li Galli. Legend has it that these three islets were inhabited by the Sirens described by Homer in the Trials of Odysseus. In 1924 the largest of the outcrops became the private residence of the Russian ballet dancer and choreographer Leonide Massine who built a villa here designed by the architect Le Corbusier. In 1989 this jewel passed in to the hands of Rudolf Nureyvev, another Russian ballet dancer of international fame.

The best way for guests to see these little gems, the coastlines of which are punctuated with caves, inlets and secluded beaches, is by renting a private boat and setting off from Hotel Santa Caterina's private jetty.

Bay of Naples

Exploring the Bay of Naples

Anyone who comes to the Campania region and does not visit the Bay of Naples will be missing the opportunity of experiencing the traditions, history and natural beauty of some of Italy's most beloved cities and islands.

Sorrento is one of the most important towns to visit from Hotel Santa Caterina. With its position directly above the sea, Sorrento enjoys superb views over the entire Bay of Naples. The historic center, characterized by its maze of narrow roads and alleyways, is the perfect place to buy the town's traditional hand-crafted wooden items, exquisite coral jewelery and quality leather goods. The arched Cloister of St Francis, filled with magnificent palm trees and great cascades of purple bougainvillea, is well worth visiting.

Naples is Italy's third largest city. Its historic heart still centers around the roads built here by the ancient Romans, and in particular Via Toledo, the oldest of the city's thoroughfares. To the North, lies the hilltop district of Vomero, with its elegant villas and museums, and the neighborhood of Chiaia, beyond which lies the long green boulevard of Villa Comunale.

The National Archaeological Museum is one of the most important tourist attractions and cultural institutions in the city. The ground floor of the museum houses the Farnese Collection of sculptures, including statues from the Imperial era, whilst on the mezzanine floor there is a collection of Roman mosaics. The Salone della Meridiana is home to a collection of Roman statues, wall paintings and glass, ceramics and other items of every day use, originating from the ancient cities of Campania.

Piazza Municipio, Piazza Plebescito and Palazzo Reale together form one of Naples' major attractions. Piazza Municipio, just steps away from the port of Beverello, is home to Castel Nuovo, also known as the Maschio Angioino. The fortress was erected in 1282 by the Angevins and successively transformed into a Royal residence by the Aragons.

Close by lies the San Carlo Theater, Italy's largest opera house and one of the most important theaters in the world, and Piazza Plebiscito with its semicircular colonnade, similar to that designed by Bernini for his Piazza San Pietro in Rome. Palazzo Reale, built by Domenico Fontana in 1600-1602 to accommodate King Philip II, is situated directly opposite.

The most famous of King Charles' royal palaces, often compared to Versailles, is situated not in Naples but at Caserta. Anybody visiting the Campania region should make sure to find the time for a visit.

The work of court architect Luigi Vanvitelli, the Royal Palace, or Reggia, of Caserta has a splendid 250 meter long facade, four identical inner courtyards and gardens which extend for some 3km north beyond the rear facade of the palace. Sculptures, fountains, cascades and a small artificial lake are all part of the enchanting landscape surrounding the Reggia.

The green and hilly Ischia is the largest of the Bay of Naples' islands. Here every space which has not been built upon bursts with vegetation. In the small villages of Casamicciola Terme, Lacco Ameno and Forio, immersed in sweet scented pine groves and olive groves, great cascades of pink and purple bouganvillea tumble over almost every wall and gate. An extinct volcano rises up from the center of the island, its slopes providing the perfect terrain for the cultivation of the grapes used to produce the island's superb Monte Epomeo wine.

Whereas Ischia is called the ‘Isola Verde’, The Green Island, because of its abundance of lush vegetation; Capri is named ‘Isola Azzurra’, The Blue Island, after its crystal clear waters. If one leaves Amalfi on one of the first ferries or hydrofoils, a day is sufficient to visit this small island which, in the Roman period, was home both to the great Emperor Augustus and to his, licentious, adopted son, Tiberius. Discovery of the natural wonders of the island coincided with the rise of tourism at the beginning of the 19th century.

Ferries and hydrofoils dock at Marina Grande, the island's fishing district. From here private boats are available for tours around the island and to the famous Grotta Azzurra.

From Marina Grande visitors can easily reach Capri's legendary Piazzetta and then Via Camerelle, which is lined with exclusive fashion boutiques and luxury hotels. Close by lies the Charterhouse of San Giacomo and the Gardens of Augustus, from which there is a fabulous view of the Faraglioni rocks, Marina Piccola and the recently reopened Via Krupp.

A short ride by bus or taxi leads to Anacapri, situated on the highest part of the island and famous for its stunningly beautiful landscapes and coastal pathways. Here, a tour of the town should include a trip to the Church of San Michele, with its the magnificent hand painted majolica floor, and to the Villa San Michele, built by the Swedish author and physician, Axel Munthe.

Area of Vesuvius

The history and landscape of Mount Vesuvius

The presence of Vesuvius has dominated life on the Bay of Naples ever since it buried the towns of Pompei and Herculaneum under a 6m thick layer of ash in 79AD. Vesuvius is the last remaining active volcano in continental Europe. The torrent of solidified lava left by the last eruption in 1944, visible on the walk leading to the crater, provides an eloquent reminder that Vesuvius is by no means dead - just sleeping.

Despite its devastating potential, Vesuvius has proved to be a source of wealth and prosperity for the people living in its shadows. Its fertile soil favors the cultivation of fruit and vegetables of worldwide fame, such as the del piennolo cherry tomatoes, the Somma Vesuviana peaches, and the grapes from which the highly prized Lacryma Christi wine is made. The volcano lies at the heart of the Vesuvius National Park, a protected area in which there are many spectacular nature trails.

When thinking of Vesuvius, one inevitably thinks of Pompeii, the volcano's most famous victim and now one of the world's most visited archaeological sites, and one which is, not surprisingly, included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

Pompeii was a much larger town than Herculaneum, which shared its dismal fate, and guides often take visitors on tours according to themes such as that of the private houses – including the House of Sallust, the House of the Hunt and the House of the Vettii – or that of the patrician villas, just beyond the walls, where to admire the famous Villa of Mysteries and Villa of Diomedes.

Unlike Pompeii, which was a busy commercial town, Herculaneum was substantially a holiday resort for aristocrats, ecclesiastics, and politicians.

Although the greater part of its villas' treasures are now exhibited in Naples' National Archaeological Museum, a visit to Herculaneum, on the western slopes of Vesuvius, offers an invaluable insight in to the life and times of the Roman Empire's elite classes. High on the list of the buildings worth seeing: the House of Neptune and Anphitrite, the House of Relief of Telephus and the Thermal Baths, the latter used as much an important social gathering place, as a hygienic necessity.

Excursions by boat

Li Galli Islets, Positano, Capri, Ischia, and Procida 

For those wishing to visit the Amalfi Coast from the sea, our concierge or our attendants at the Beach Club will be happy to provide information and assist guests in booking private boats and motorboats with which to explore the coast.

Feel fantastic on the Almafi coast

Hotel Santa Caterina's Spa: an exclusive wellness center on the Amalfi Coast. Here guests can indulge in a fabulous range of face and body treatments, performed using essences of Mediterranean herbs and citrus fruits, all designed so as to re-establish natural balance, and leave guests feeling relaxed, energized and rejuvenated.


Full body and localized massages

The Lemon Massage "Amalfi Gold", our Mediterranean aromatherapy, thanks to the essential oils from flowers and plants of the Amalfi Coast, relax and smooth, cleansing the body and rejuvenating the spirit.

Exclusive Massages at Hotel Santa Caterina

Lemon Massage "Amalfi Gold"

Relaxing massage with a special lemon oil which leaves your skin tonic and smooth, purified and vitaminized. After this treatment and thank to the stimulation of Chakra energy centres, you will reach the total and complete balance of mind, body and soul.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Full Body Massages

Holistic Massage

Variety of techniques specifically designed to relax both body and mind by applying pressure against muscles. The holistic massage relieves aches, pains and tensions, models the body, helps the blood flow.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Duration: 75 minutes - Euro 210,00

Swedish Massage "Deep Tissue"

This massage technique uses compression, deep transverse direction and stretching. The Swedish massage reduces tension and soothes sore muscles while increasing blood circulation and tissue metabolism which draws the body into a state of relaxation.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 160,00

Stone Massage

The Stone Massage consists in the application of a deep penetrating heat through heated stones in combination with massage. The stones are massaged gently and smoothly over the body with essential oils to bring about a deep state of relaxation. The hot rocks will penetrate the muscles and ease tension. The hot temperatures will stimulate the circulatory system and assist the body in self healing.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 150,00

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

The Manual Lymph Drainage, created by Dr. Vodder, stimulates lymph flow, speeds up the removal metabolic wastes in the tissues and relieves congestion. It also has a very powerful relaxing and calming effect on the nervous system. The gentle, rhythmic, pumping, massage movements follow the direction of lymph flow and produce rapid results. This is a gentle, non-invasive manual technique that has a powerful effect on the body.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 150,00

Lymphatic Facial Drainage

Specific massage technique characterized by the use of subtle and slow movements, all in circular and spiral form. This treatment drains and removes toxins from your face and improves skin tone and gives a radiant complexion.

Duration: 25 minutes - Euro 70,00

Brief and Localized Massages

Harmony Back Massage

Let one of our experts concentrate on your back and shoulders with traditional massage techniques to ease away your tensions and promote relaxation.

Duration 25 minutes - Euro 70,00

Duration 40 minutes - Euro 120,00

Harmony Scalp Massage

This special massage on head, scalp and neck will plunge you into a state of deep relaxation.

Duration 25 minutes - Euro 70,00

Facial Massage

Darphin beauty treatment, this massage restores energy and balance to the body, offers a natural "face lift", gives an abundant sense of luxury and pleasure combined with visible results.

Duration 25 minutes - Euro 70,00

Detox Legs

The perfect antidote for heavy legs and tired feet. Your feet are pampered with a wonderfully relaxing massage.

Duration 40 minutes - Euro 120,00


Pressure points and massage on the feet improve circulation and promote normal healing functions in the body.

Duration 25 minutes - Euro 70,00

Facial Treatments

Our skin care line, Darphin, is created from pure essential oils and plant extracts. Our facial are designed to offer specialized treatments for individual needs of all skin type. A full spa immersion in beauty and relax with our specific care to nourish and balance dry skin, to soothe and calm sensitive skin, to help and revitalize skin with first signs of aging, to repair and reduce the appearance of fine lines the anti-age treatment.

Quenching Infusion Treatment, relaxing dehydrated skin

A deep drench and soothing cooling quench for moisture-depleted skin. This intensive hydrating facial provides a delectably dewy-fresh, radiance.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Harmonizing Caress Treatment, soothing sensitive skin

A calming cocoon for aggravated complexions. This pillowy-soft blend of botanical ingredients helps to visibly reduce redness and reveals a smooth, even-toned complexion while promoting inner and outer peace.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Sparkling Healthy Glow Treatment, stimulating radiance for dull complexion

A healthy cocktail that clarifies, hydrates and smoothes your skin in a soft pampering way. An Indulging treatment to rediscover a glowing lustrous complexion.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Refreshing Purity Treatment "L'Institut Facial" with Sonic Cleansing and Massaging Epert & Facial Massage with Giada Stone

A deep purifying and detoxifying treatment that refines pores, controls shine and leaves complexion refreshed, sparkling and bright. The Sonic Cleansing Expert helps remove impurities that can age the look of skin and boosts the natural cellular process to reveal younger looking skin, while the Sonic Massaging Expert boosts microcirculation to reveal a rejuvenated glow. The skin is better moisturized, plumper, smoother and more radiant with fewer noticeable fine dry lines.

Duration: 1h 15 minutes - Euro 210,00

Firming care for first signs of aging

A perfecting treatment that corrects first aging imperfections in a three-dimensional approach, radiance, skin texture, and lines. Through an exclusive gesture, skin is meticulously worked to reveal its natural beauty.

without Darphin Facial Massage (50 min) - Euro 140,00

with Darphin Facial Massage (1h 15min) - Euro 210,00

Expert Smoothing and Repumpling Treatment, wrinkle repair and firming

This expert treatment challenges signs of age offering a total renewal. A complete rejuvenating moment to regenerate skin, promoting firmness and revealing a clear, even-toned complexion.

without Darphin Facial Massage (50 min) - Euro 140,00

with Darphin Facial Massage (1h 15min) - Euro 210,00

Ultimate Divine Lifting Treatment, radiant mature skin

Darphin's signature treatment. A lavish, luxurious "youth cure": An immersion in one heavenly pleasure after another. Pierre Darphin's unique youth renewal massage tones, tightens and lifts your skin to help visibly redefine facial contours. The ultimate boost for your skin and your spirit.

without Darphin Facial Massage (50 min) - Euro 140,00

with Darphin Facial Massage (1h 15min) - Euro 210,00

Body Treatments

A series of tantalizing spa treats await guests staying at the Hotel Santa Caterina. Delight your mind and soul with our Treatments, unique cocktails of essential oils and natural herbs, good to toning, firming and energizing your body.

Deep Nourishing Body Treatment with envelopment

The ultimate synergy of comfort and nourishing action in a treatment.Curled up and resting "comfortably" on a pillow, an experience of infinite well-being for the skin and the soul. Dream after dream, wrapped in a bed of generous active ingredients, the skin regains its softness, suppleness and comfort.

Duration: 50 minutes - Euro 140,00

Apricot Energizing Exfoliating Polish

Special express two-in-one treatment that deeply exfoliates to reveal a new, radiant you as it peps up the skin's energy with a stimulating massage.

Duration: 50 minutes Euro 140,00

"Anti-Cellulite" Body Treatment

An effective yet delightful slimming and detoxifying treatment designed to drain, tone, refine the look of "orange peel" skin, while removing toxins and target the appearance of unwanted to "curves".

Duration: 75 minutes, for 1 day - Euro 190,00

Duration: 75 minutes, for 3 days - Euro 500,00

Beauty Treatments

Treat yourself to moments of deep relaxation and intense well being, choosing from an wide range of massages and Mediterranean aromatherapy.

Beauty Treatments

Fingernail Polish. Duration 25 min - Euro 40,00

Toenail Polish. Duration 25 min - Euro 40,00

Cosmetic Manicure and Curative Pedicure. Duration: 1h 20min - Euro 150,00

Cosmetic Manicure. Duration: 50 min - Euro 95,00

Curative Pedicure. Duration: 50 min - Euro 95,00

Wax Hair Removal

Full leg wax. Euro 50,00

Half leg wax. Euro 35,00

Bikini line wax. Euro 30,00

Arm wax. Euro 35,00

Under-arm wax. Euro 30,00

Eyebrow pluck (with tweezers). Euro 20,00

Upper lip wax. Euro 20,00

Turkish (steam) bath - Sauna - Scottish Shower

Euro 25,00

Reservation and swimsuit are required

Fitness Area

Close to the Beach Club there is Hotel Santa Caterina of Amalfi's Fitness Center overlooking the sea.

The gym is equipped with the latest in modern appliances, such as Step, Recline, Run-Race, Chest Press, Vertical Bench, Leg Extension, Standing Leg Curl and Crunch Bench.


Open from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.


Beach Club

Life on the waters edge

Nestled in one of the most beautiful corners of the Amalfi Coast, Hotel Santa Caterina's Beach Club is where guests relax, soaking up the Mediterranean sun and swimming in the heated pool filled with sea water .

Easy to access by way of two comfortable elevators carved in to the rock face, the Beach Club is also home to Hotel Santa Caterina's Restaurant Al Mare, the perfect place where to enjoy a light snack or delicious platter of fresh grilled fish.

The swimming pool area of the Beach Club is reserved exclusively for use by hotel guests and is open from the second half of April to October, from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sun loungers, deck chairs, beach umbrellas and beach towels are provided by the attendents. Changing rooms and showers are also available.

Restaurant Santa Caterina

Restaurant Santa Caterina
Recipient of a string of prestigious culinary awards and listed in all of the most authoritative restaurant guides: the fame of Restaurant Santa Caterina's Mediterranean cuisine has spread far beyond national boundaries. A wine list featuring all of the most prestigious labels and an elegant dining room add further to the appeal of Hotel Santa Caterina's main restaurant.

Restaurant Al Mare

Restaurant Al Mare
From May to October, the period of the year which is best for enjoying the sun and sea of the Amalfi Coast, lunch is also served at the Beach Club's Restaurant al Mare, restaurant positioned on a perched terrace just above Hotel Santa Caterina's private beach platform. Fresh grilled fish and fragrant pizzas cooked in the traditional wood burning oven are the specialties of an informal meal, surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Amalfi Coast

Il Grottino Bar

Il Grottino Bar
A refreshing cocktail or bracing espresso: at Il Grottino Bar next to the beach club you can settle in and unwind between dips in the pool and sunbathing. In the evening, the twinkling lights of the candles blend with the canopy of stars above in a romantic backdrop for your aperitif or nightcap.

Wine CellarLa Terrazza Bar

La Terrazza Bar
Whether for an aperitif amongst friends, a light snack before heading to the beach, or a romantic after dinner drink it seems the most natural thing in the world to enjoy these leisurely moments at Hotel Santa Caterina's La Terrazza Bar, with its welcoming environment, panoramic view of Amalfi, and vast selection of cocktails and home-made lemon liqueurs, served with an inviting selection of warm and cold canapés.

Wine Cellar

Wine Cellar
Hotel Santa Caterina's well stocked wine cellar will delight lovers of Bacchus' favorite tipple, with its excellent selection of all the most highly acclaimed regional, Italian and international wines, wines to be savored as an accompaniment to the chef's specialties or to take home either as a gift or as a souvenir of the pleasurable moments spent on the Amalfi Coast.