Le Sirenuse

Le Sirenuse Hotel

Sirenland is hosted at Le Sirenuse Hotel in Positano, Italy. Le Sirenuse is a five star hotel. All the rooms are full of light and decorated with a combination of antique and contemporary furniture, contrasting cool whitewashed walls. The floors are covered with colorful tiles from Vietri. Most rooms have a balcony or terrace overlooking the azure sea where at night the gentle sound of waves can be heard.

Our Hosts: the Sersale Family

Le Sirenuse opened in 1951, when the Sersale family decided to turn their summer house in Positano into a small elegant hotel. They started with eight rooms and a large terrace overlooking the Islands of the Sirens. Fifty years later the hotel has 62 rooms with all the comforts of a five star luxury hotel without losing the atmosphere of a family home. The hotel is now managed by Antonio, Carla and their sons Aldo and Francesco Sersale, our official hosts of the Sirenland Conference.

The Rooms

With vaulted ceilings, the rooms at Le Sirenuse are decorated with antique furniture, handmade tiles, old master paintings and watercolors. Each junior suite is spacious and luxurious, having a beautiful balcony or terrace overlooking the sea.

All rooms are individually air conditioned and equipped with mini bar, safety box, cable TV and wireless internet. Bathrooms are decorated either with colorful Vietri tiles or precious marbles. All have a shower and a whirlpool bath, and are provided with Eau D’Italie bath products, combining bergamot and magnolia and the essence of the Mediterranean.


The Food

Le Sirenuse hosts a spectacular restaurant, La Sponda, recently awarded a Michelin star. Inside, bougainvillea cover the vaulted ceiling and hundreds of candles create a magical atmosphere. The cuisine is simple, fragrant and light combing the best of local and Italian flavors with international flair. Chef Gennaro Russo has taken Mediterranean cuisine to the highest levels, using choice  local ingredients. And Sirenlanders get several opportunities to enjoy his handiwork. During the week, three group dinners will be hosted at La Sponda, as well as a luxurious breakfast every morning.

The Spa

Le Sirenuse also boasts a high class spa. Opened in July 2000, the new Aveda Concept Fitness and Beauty Center is essential and modern and was designed by the famous Italian Architect Gae Aulenti. In the Gym, Life-Fitness machines and weights come with a personal TV. Use of all gym equipment is complimentary and exclusively for the use of hotel guests. A sauna, bio-sauna, and steam room are also available free of charge to hotel guests. Body treatments, massage, and facials are billed separately and can be arranged with the hotel.