Nestled into the cliffs of Positano, overlooking the Amalfi Coast, is Le Sirenuse – an eighteenth century summer villa turned hotel that has become legendary in this sleepy, romantic village. I love that the traditional details, like the hand painted tiled floors, the poppy red exterior and decorative antiques, haven’t been changed a bit over the years. And the indoor vines and outdoor lemon trees?! Charming and perfect. Andiamo!
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