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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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With a stay at NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi in Amalfi, you’ll be in the historical district and within the region of Terminal Traghetti. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Amalfi Harbour and Ancient Arsenals of the Amalfi Republic.


Make yourself at home in one of the 53 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a Select Comfort bed. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with onsite massages and facials. You can take advantage of recreational amenities such as a steam room, a fitness center, and a seasonal outdoor pool. Additional features at this Mediterranean hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).

Food & Drink

Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel’s dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include limo/town car service, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.

How to Get There

NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi
Via Annunziatella 46
Amalfi, 84011 Italy


4.5 Very Good 1261 Reviews
The best place I have ever stayed in
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the best hotel on entire coast. In addition to breathtaking view it has been build on historical grounds that are simply amazing. Staff went above and beyond to make our stay the must wonderful. They truly care and were very genuinely engaged.
Many thanks to restaurant staff and wonderful reception team.

Absolutely stunning
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We'd decided to stay in Amalfi for 3 nights to see the area and relax a bit. We'd chosen the Convento Di Amalfi for a bit of luxury!
We arrived in Amalfi, and having just come through a tunnel suddenly stopped next to a small room cut into the wall. Staff came out to take our bags, and we went inside. There's a lift that takes guests up to the main building dug into the hillside, so we didn't actually see the hotel until we got to the top!
The hotel is simply stunning, on getting out of the lift it seems to tower above you! There are steps and a lift up to the reception on the 5 floor. We walked, and was it worth it - the views out over Amalfi are stunning, the clear blue water of the Mediterranean, the town below you and the terraces of lemons.
The staff were very friendly, and welcomed us with a drink, our room wasn't ready yet (we arrived at 11am), but we were told it would be done soon so we walked around the grounds. Among their lemon trees are dotted chairs and a couple of hammocks, and it all felt incredibly peaceful.
Inside the hotel, they have kept the atmosphere of a convent, with the fragrance of incense and the vaulted ceilings. This was carried through to our room, where we had what were presumably 3 small rooms in the convent connected by archways with the bathroom in one, our bed in the other and a small living space in the third.
There is a shuttle service into the town hourly, but the traffic seemed to get pretty bad so most of the time we walked. After about 20m there is a set of stairs that lead down to the seafront, so you don't need to walk along the busy road. From there it's only a short walk into the center of the town. The pickup from the town is about 10 minutes after the hour, and the bus is easy to find (it's got the NH logo and Convento Di Amalfi written on it) near the bus stop.

We are already planning our next visit!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This hotel puts the ‘S’ into service. The staff were excellent and exemplified by the outstanding restaurant team that included;


The menu was superb. Our room included a terrace and Jacuzzi! Was amazing with the backdrop down onto the little harbour. I would have no hesitation and recommending this hotel to anyone.

A must stay if the budget allows!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This hotel is unique and exquisite.
The staff throughout were extremely friendly, accommodating and professional during our entire stay (6 nights).
We were greeted from the taxi by concierge who assisted with cases and navigated us across a death defying road to the hotel (normal in the Amalfi).
Our check in was straightforward and staff spoke excellent English. We noticed that all reception staff had badges on showing which languages they spoke and all had an addition language to English and Italian.
After our 1st night of poor sleep due to a soft bed (I acknowledge that this is a personal preference and that people have different requests) we raised with reception and they offered us 2 different rooms to choose and move to and assisted quickly with our move. We enjoyed our 2nd room much better due to the decor and harder bed. Thank you to the reception lady and manager that assisted with this (apologies I do not recall your name) And also the new male reception staff member that patiently showed me the rooms and then also showed me again with my husband when I had a decision dilemma.
It became clear to us that all rooms are quite different so do your research prior to booking and choose the best option for you.
If budget is no option for you we saw rooms that had their own sunbathing area and outdoor hot tubs with panoramic views of the sea and Amalfi - wow!
The property is well maintained and clean with high standards throughout. You would expect this from the price however I can assure that it is guaranteed.
There are many areas of the property to explore and enjoy so make sure you have a good look around on arrival and find secluded spots for reading and eating/ sharing a drink.
The pool is amazing for the sea views and would be a great spot to enjoy. Unfortunately we visited in May 2019 and encountered terrible weather of colder than average temperatures and lots of rain showers so could not enjoy this feature as we had planned to on booking.
There is an on site spa with steam room access for poor weather days or people that fancy some pampering. Spa staff were friendly and welcoming. We used the steam room which has its own relax area which was bliss after cold rainy days.
The spa also houses a small gym accessible from approx 7am. It has some cardio equipment and a combined multi gym and a selection of free weights. Not a large gym but a good selection to allow workouts. There is also an outside gym for those that prefer to exercise outdoors with panoramic views which would have been amazing however was covered due to poor weather. If you are a runner/ jogger you would struggle in Amalfi due to uneven paths and dangerous roads. Best stick to the gym options.
Set in an old convent with parts still present and visible within the hotel this place has history and magic that you can see and feel. A walk through the chapel/ courtyard and reading room is a must.
The hotel is set above Amalfi town in the hills. There is an accessible walk via the property which is like a tour in itself because you walk through corridors / steps weaving and winding amidst real houses and Italian residents. It felt very safe and is lit even late at night.
It would be very difficult or perhaps even impossible if you are unfit/ have any issues with knees / ankles / walking or have prams or wheelchairs given the downstairs, uneven paths, narrow sections and the reverse uphill stairs to come back. You can dine at the hotel. The menu looked nice although prices were quite high however they are exclusive for hotel guests only so you can be guaranteed good service and to get a table.
For the able bodied this is an adventure which we loved each day/ night and helped to offset some of the calories consumed with the delicious food and wine available at the restaurants (I have review a few of these if you wish to look up).
The walk down took approx 10-15 mins to the main shops/ Restaurants although may be quicker if you are not stopping for views and photos which is hard to resist!
If you are visiting Amalfi I would add staying here to your bucket list!!
Thank you to the staff. We hope to return and would love to experience when the weather is nicer.

May 2019 Stay at Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family just completed a wonderful 3-day stay at the Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi. Our two rooms overlooked the sea (as do all rooms). Ours had a nice balcony.
The hotel is a converted convent which dated back about 800 years. There are numerous outdoor seating areas, a wonderful infinity pool, and beautiful landscaped gardens across the large property. There is also a spa and a small gym.
Our room was a little small. I had to store my suitcase in a corner. My wife's larger bag went behind a curtain near the in-room safe and mini bar.
Breakfast was wonderful--an extensive buffet with fresh breads, cheeses/meats, yogurt, pastries, fruit, cereal, etc. Plus, there is a menu offering eggs, pancakes, etc. You won't go hungry here.

The service was excellent throughout. The concierge helped arrange a driver for our trip back to Naples (via Pompei). Also, she recommended fine restaurants for dinner.

Grand Hotel Convento sits on the Amalfi road. There is an hourly shuttle into town (2 minutes). But you can walk--carefully--along the road and take steps down to the city. It's only 5 minutes that way and gives you a chance to work off the wonderful breakfast.

Oh, there's a chapel inside the hotel, presumably a remnant of its days as a convent. It's a relaxing place to sit and read if you're looking for a diversion.

We loved this hotel.