Amalfi Convento

Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi

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Originally a 13th-century monastery, the five-star luxury rated  Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi is a fine example of a sympathetically refurbished monument. It’s perched on top of an 80-meter cliff, with spectacular views of the Amalfi coast. But it’s also only 5 minutes’ walk from Amalfi’s harbor and town center.

This place with its lemon gardens, the monks’ walk and the panoramic views have been an inspiration for artists, painters, photographers and ultimately for travelers coming from all over the world.

The complex was built at the beginning of the 13th century and was recorded in 1214 as a priory owned by Cistercian monks; it became an abbey in 1223.

In 1583 the monastery was entrusted to the Capuchin Friars who remained there for more than two centuries and carried out a vast restoration and reconstruction project. After the Friars were expelled in 1813, the complex was turned over to the Archbishop of Amalfi who first used it as a dining hall and later entrusted it to private parties which turned it into an inn.

In 1885 the monastery was used as a hotel for the first time and another series of transformations was initiated in order to meet the increasing tourism demand.

The Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi today is one of the most exclusive location of the Amalfi Coast, located few steps from the centre of Amalfi.

The Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi is located in the frame of the amazing city of Amalfi, UNESCO “World Heritage Site”, a treasure preserved between promontories and beaches with extraordinary views.

Famous symbol of the “Gran Tour”, the hotel is still considered one of the most precious place to enjoy the Amalfi Coast, surrounded by art and ancient masterpieces, is an exclusive combination of charm and elegance.

Modern facilities are well combined with the ancient setting of the Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi: history and contemporary details harmoniously coexist.

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Services we offer

Personal Nurse
Personalized Assessment and Care Plan
Family Communication and Reporting
Facilitation of local specialized care
Butler services (Some locations)
Support in local experiences
*subject to Terms & Conditions


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Attend the opera in Italy, visit ancient sites in Spain, have an unforgettable meal in Portugal, witness and relieve renaissance art, get some exercise, learn a new language, immerse yourself in a new culture… dance, laugh, get lost in hidden worlds. Experience extreme beauty, romance and drama while we work behind the scene to ensure your care needs are met.

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Assessing your needs

Our partner nurses will conduct an assessment and together with you come up with a care plan that best suits you.

They will coordinate all medical services from home to your destination. For example, do you need regular check-ups, physiotherapy, treatments and medication? Let our global team of professional partners manage the details

Connecting all the dots

Welcome to paradise! Warm and friendly people, exotic music and an entire culture to explore.

We will keep you family and friends informed about your progress and help you with all care related logistics.

Care Services

Geriatrics and senior care
Post surgery care
Cognitive Care
ADL Support
Medicine administration


It is almost impossible to describe in detail the endless experiences one can immerse into while in this ancient magical coastline. The intoxicating combination of elegance in design, majestic food and the violent history of exploding volcanos and ancient wars converge into a history of excess and privilege that make this spot one of the most dramatic places on earth. 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 is considered one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the whole of Europe.


Amalfi became in 839 AD the first Italian maritime republic and it is now the largest town in the region.

Named after a beautiful nymph, loved by Hercules, Amalfi is the principal town on the spectacular 'Amalfi Coast', situated on the south side of the Sorrento peninsular which forms the southern end of the Bay of Naples. The area has long been a favourite destination for tourists who come for the spectacular scenery, the dramatic views, the attractive seascape and the pretty seaside towns of Vietri sul mare, Maiori, Minori, Amalfi, Ravello and Positano. There are ferry trips that leave Salerno and call in at several of these towns, before going on to Sorrento and Capri.


Ospedale Gargano 57mins

Sorrento Hospital 1hr 11mins


Naples International Airport 1hr 27min


Promontories, caves and breathtaking views, Amalfi and its roundabouts: you can’t read about them, you need to live these places.

An extraordinary treasure of Italy where different peculiarities harmoniously coexist and testify the glorious artistic, historic and cultural heritage of the territory.

Nearby / What to do in the area

The city of Naples has a rich and varied history. Its many monuments reveal the splendor of its past. The National Museum has a important collection of artefacts taken from Pompei and Ercolano, as well as invaluable collections of porcelain, ceramics, bronze, mosaics, etc. Plan a trip of more than one day to fully appreciate all that Naples offers: the Royal Palace, the piazza Plebiscito, the Maschio Angioino (castle), the San Carlo theatre, the church of Santa Chiara and the many other churches which are such of part of the culture of Naples. From the hills a breathtaking views over the Bay and across to Vesuvius.
Capri, an island rich in natural and architectural beauty which has been the home for Roman Emperors, Italian Dukes and now a favourite haunt of movie stars and jet setters attracted by the luxurious hotels and houses on the hillside. The Island’s many attractions include the Blue Grotto, a 54m long sea-cave that is bathed in an ethereal blue light, the impressive remains of Emperor Tiberius’ Palace and the Medieval Monastery of Certosa di San Giacomo, the beautiful Villa San Michele of Dr Axel Munthe – famous Swedish writer – and the Gardens of Augustus from where one can enjoy a breathtaking view of the ‘faraglioni’ and the Marina Piccola. Not to be missed is the coffee break in the ‘piazzetta’ or the shopping in the via Camerelle!
Sorrento is a gracious town, rich in local tradition, history and natural beauty. It was already a favourite destination of the ancient Greeks and Romans and the signs are still visible today in the “Antiche Mura”, the remains of the old Greek city walls. on which the Romans built their own walls and fortifications and which were used during medieval times. The centre of Sorrento offers many buildings of historical interest such as the “Basilica di S. Antonino” which dates back to the IX century, the cloister of S. Francesco which was built at the beginning of the 19th century and the SEDIL DOMINOVA, the only testament in Campania to the ancient noble seats.
Pompei and Ercolano
Now a world renowned archaeological site, Pompei and Ercolano were buried following the eruption from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The excavations began in the 18th century and gradually led to the discovery of fabulous villas with their beautiful frescoes still intact, an amphitheatre, baths and so many other buildings which are a testament to the prosperity of this once thriving metropolis.

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