At the heart of the Amalfi Coast, overlooking the deep blue expanse of the Tyrrhenian Sea, you will find Amalfi – declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 – a marvellous location in which to spend a relaxing holiday discovering a beautiful place immersed in local history. Characterised by exciting events, including at a cultural level, the true nature of the “Pearl of the Coast” never ceases to amaze and deserves to be discovered day after day whilst losing oneself in the narrow streets of the city centre. The Residence Hotel Amalfi, constructed within the ruins of a historical 18th Century palace is full of charm and located just a few blocks from the shoreline and the cathedral square, the epicentre of the life of the city which is dominated by the stunning Cathedral of St. Andrew the Apostle. The hotel terrace which is where breakfast is served every morning is the ideal location in which to watch the awakening of life and activity in the city. The hotel is in a strategic location - the building, which was converted into a hotel in the 50’s and then completely refurbished in 2010, enables its visitors to fully enjoy their holiday on the Amalfi Coast. The sea and the city centre are close by and the ferry pier and bus stop to reach other places along the coast are only a few meters away.