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This family-friendly Positano hotel is located in the historical district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Positano Town Hall and Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Fornillo ...
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Positano Town Hall and Church of Santa Maria Assunta. Positano Tourist Office and Positano ...
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The Palazzo Murat is a historic palace and now a luxury hotel that non-guests are welcome to explore. The palace is in Positano, a picture-perfect town on the Amalfi Coast that seems to grow out of the steep forested hillsides.
If your budget doesn’t stretch to a stay in Palazzo Murat hotel, check out the hotels in Positano and you’ll still be able to enjoy the atmospheric Mediterranean town and views of the palazzo.
Find upmarket hotels with infinity pools overlooking the dramatic coastline or private villas with hillside courtyards. Look around Positano’s narrow streets at the edges of the town for budget-friendly hotels that will immerse you in the ambience of this romantic coastal setting. The compact town is easy to explore on foot, but be prepared for lots of slopes.
The Palazzo Murat is named after Giacchino Murat, the king of Naples who built the palace as a summer residence. Wander around the building and you can still see some of the furniture introduced to the 17th-century mansion by the big-spending royal.
Since then, a wide variety of famous guests have fallen for the charms of the Palazzo Murat, including John Steinbeck and M.C. Escher. Non-guests of the hotel are welcome to stroll through the botanical garden for some peace and quiet. Breathe deeply to enjoy the scent of bougainvillea, which grows at the edges of the garden.
Take a seat in the Palazzo Murat’s tranquil courtyard, where you can sip a glass of Italian wine and relax in a peaceful Mediterranean setting. The palace also offers a restaurant popular with couples, thanks to its romantic setting in the palace’s manicured gardens. Expect traditional Campanian food prepared with pride and an Italian flair.
When visiting the Palazzo Murat, don’t forget to bring your camera. The palace not only has a magical atmosphere but also good views of Positano’s Church of Santa Maria Assunta, which is just below the grounds.