The primary new resort to open on the Amalfi Coast in practically 20 years, Borgo Santandrea has simply opened its doorways following a number of years of meticulous development alongside the cliffs. Situated on one of the stunning corners of Amalfi, the property overlooks the small fishermen’s village of Conca dei Marini (house to Jackie O’s favourite native restaurant, La Tonnarella, in addition to Sophia Loren’s longtime villa).
The resort affords 29 rooms and 16 suites, all with beautiful sea views, and is the fervour venture of two Italian brothers from Ischia, certainly one of whom labored for the 4 Seasons for a few years opening motels around the globe.
The resort boasts its personal non-public seashore, jetty, unique seashore membership, and three eating places serving Mediterranean meals with various trendy twists – overseen by Michelin-starred chef Crescenzo Scotti. Company are seamlessly related to Borgo Santandrea’s non-public seashore by a collection of walkways and a community of lush terraced gardens of olive, lemon, jasmine, and pomegranate bushes.
Borgo Santandrea’s signature Italian mid-century-meets-Mediterranean aesthetic celebrates an authentically Made-in-Italy perspective that brings collectively regional artisanship with extremely acknowledged Italian manufacturers. One standout design component specifically is the 31 several types of geometric hand-made and painted by hand tiles, impressed by regional traditions, classical design, and Gio Ponti. White Italian marble – chosen from Puglia, Veneto, and Tuscany – sheathes surfaces across the property and displays the sunshine from the hand-blown Venetian glass lamps which might be dotted all through the resort.