Converted from a 17th century monastery, the exclusive Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa is a small boutique in a private setting on the Amalfi Coast.
The family-run hotel is nestled into the side of a cliff, allowing for panoramic views over breathtaking Bay of Salerno, the expertly groomed five-tier landscaped gardens and the astonishing infinity pool.
A true refuge from city life and ideal for romantic getaway or relaxing spa retreat.
The award-winning spa is the hotel's hallmark.
Each room within the Spa preserves the original 17th Century vaulted ceilings and many of its rustic walls, maintaining the monastic heritage of this beautiful property.
The Italian heritage of bathing is presented in the form of a Thermal Suite, consisting of a collection of vaulted spaces inter-connecting the various warm rooms via arched openings & changes of levels… a discovery around each corner.
The Suite includes a stunning double-height vaulted Tepidarium with pomegranate infused foot spas & heated mosaic loungers; domed Aromatic Steam Room; crushed Ice fountain to refresh between thermal bathing; Rock Sauna; Hydro Pool and Emotion Showers.
The most exceptional treatment room – the Spa Suite, is a stunning 80m2 double height vaulted space with Rasul; steam room; double wet & dry treatment couches; manicure / pedicure; relaxation lounge; private dressing & grooming space and a garden terrace… a ‘private spa within a spa’.
Alternatively, guests can enjoy a treatment outdoors under the shade of a pergola within the privacy of the Treatment Garden.
Or be cocooned within one of the historic single treatment rooms.
The gardens of the Monastero Santa Rosa Hotel & Spa are a semi-tropical paradise in the tradition of the exclusive estates and palatial Italian villas of yore.
Ranging from private cabanas on the cliff’s periphery to day beds in the gardens to lounge chairs by the infinity pool, the elegantly manicured grounds are gracefully connected by interwoven stairways and free-flowing passages. From every angle, a new perspective of the Amalfi Coast and Bay of Salerno is revealed.
Approximately 5,000 plants were imported for the gardens from 10 different countries. Connecting to the property’s past, 20 percent of the Monastero’s garden plantings are therapeutic in nature or edible.
Maintaining the local ties to Conca dei Marini, intrinsically Italian influences exist throughout the botanical art as well as local stones used to restore and rebuild the gardens’ walls, stairs, and paths. This elaborate downward illusion of a tumbling waterfall of gardens climaxes at the cliff’s rim in the elliptically shaped infinity pool embellished by a pool-side fountain.